Making Kids Tough With Their Body and Mind at Carlson Gracie

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Carlson Gracie Menifee owner and instructor, Orlando Alonso, takes extra pride in his kids class program. Children learn so much more than just the basics of Jiu-Jitsu, they also learn valuable lessons and personal character traits important for leading a successful like. Alonso shares a typical kids class:

"They are all sweating intensely and most of them are still catching their breath. This is right after this sparring sessions back to back. Never mind the countless burpees, mountain climbers, and push-ups they had already done prior.

This is just another day at Carlson Gracie Menifee’s kids class. It is a high-intensity class made to teach kids how to defend themselves through hard work. The hard work is essential in order to be good at the physical part of Jiu-Jitsu, but it's made first to build their confidence. Once kids learn that they can be pushed to new heights with their body and mind, confidence is easily instilled in them.

If you are looking for something challenging and different for your child then come visit us. We even give a free week to try out the classes.

But, I tell all first time parents to be ready, because honestly for many people it’s a shock when they see what the kids go through in our classes. I run a strict and disciplined program. Then lets not fail to mention that Jiu-Jitsu is not easy, but it is made for everyone. All kids can learn it. I have students that have ADHD, asthma, had barely any self-confidence, or have never played sports before, not just learn but grow and thrive in it.

Check out our website at carlsongraciemeinfee.com or call us at 951-526-2001. We hope to hear from you soon."

-Orlando Alonso,
Instructor/Owner of Carlson Gracie Jiu-Jitsu in Menifee



29723 New Hub Drive, Suite D
Menifee, CA 92586

Website: Carlson Gracie Menifee
Phone: 951.526.2001




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