Thursday, March 18, 2021

Family Mixed Martial Arts Videos Preschool Mixed Martial Arts Review

{Disclaimer:  I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review.  I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.}

I have been so blessed to receive unlimited access to Family Mixed Martial Arts Videos Preschool Mixed Martial Arts as part of our homeschool fitness program.  While this online video course is targeted for preschool, it can be used by the entire family!  I love that this program can be beneficial for all ages as it utilizes Mixed Martial Arts techniques specifically designed to help develop and improve balance, coordination, and gross motor skills.  I have mainly been using this program with G but F likes to jump in too!  The primary goal and objective of the video lessons is to improve self-confidence and overall physical fitness!

An important aspect of this program to note is that it is a mastery-based program.  This means that the lessons should not only be completed in the correct order, but the skills should be also be practiced and mastered as you work your way through the lessons.  It is ideal to have shorter more frequent practice times verses longer and more infrequent.
This course begins with an introduction section (above) that introduces your student to Miss Cheryl, the instructor.  It has a course items list, which comes in handy, and teaches a few fundamentals.

I really appreciated knowing which items we needed to have for each week.  You can see a sampling of this list above.

One of the first fundamentals is to learn attention.

G learning attention

After the introduction, this course is broken down into 16 lessons, each focusing on a different technique.  Throughout this course students will learn technique for push/pull, double collar break, self defense stand up, jab, cross, front kick, left hook, left uppercut and so much more!  Each of the 16 lessons is made up of 6 parts: the greeting and warm-up, technique, character trait, review with game, fun exercise and lesson review and closing.

Let's walk through a lesson together.  Lesson 1 begins with the greeting and warm-up.  This warm-up includes jumping jacks and squat reaches.

G doing his warm-up exercises.

Next, the lesson teaches the technique.
This week students learn the push/pull technique.  This teaches the students what to do in response if someone pulls them by the right arm or pushes them on the right shoulder.

The next part of the lesson focuses on a character trait.  This lesson teaches students the word attentive and what it means to be attentive.  I like that they tell students that being attentive is a choice that requires effort.

The review and game focuses on the technique learned and gives students an opportunity to practice it more.

The fun exercise this lesson was planking.  The boys were able to practice planking on our boogie boards (which I knew to have handy from the items list).

G showing me his surfing pose.

The review and closing is exactly what it sounds like.  Miss Cheryl goes over the technique learned and encourages students to practice.  And that's lesson 1!  The lessons range between 14-23 minutes.  They are very manageable and G has no problem focusing for that amount of time.  He absolutely loves all the fun exercises.

F and G learning Target Toss
Fun Exercise - Target Toss

If you are looking for an online mixed martial arts course for your preschool student or your entire family, we definitely recommend this one!

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