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From the staff to the facility, the professionalism and discipline that is being put forward makes it an incredible program that my son has enjoyed more than anything! Even during these times of uncertainty, distancing etc they have maintained a place that is fun for the kids but also teaches them respect and the importance of discipline.

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We had our son's 6th birthday party here on the weekend. All the children had a great time. They kept the kids busy the whole party and were very involved! Our son had a fantastic birthday party here, I would highly recommend!

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No Limits Martial Arts is fantastic! The Sensei's have a genuine love for the kids, and they encourage and motivate their advancement. They also encourage them to be good people and help everyone in the world for whatever cause. My daughter is a student here, and I plan on signing up the other two when they are old enough. I hope this is the one thing they stick with, and it's all because of the owners/family that run this place. LOVE THEM!

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I can’t say enough about how amazing No Limits Martial Arts is! Both my girls attend and the change in them is incredible. They are confident, more focused and happy. Sensei Adam and the team are outstanding.

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Such a warm, fun filled place for your kids! Sensei Adam is AMAZING with the kids, and they always have a great time in class. He is also firm when it is needed. Love this place, and I would recommend it to anyone!

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We love No Limits! It's not only organized and run by a cool, and kind, family but it is fun and beneficial for any child. The space is great and atmosphere is safe and clean. Sensei Adam is funny, professional and knows how to interact and teach kids in a special and supportive way. We are very happy we joined!

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My son had his 4th birthday party today and it was so amazing! Sensei Adam is so great with kids! Everything was so well run and organized. Sensei Adam even helped hand out the pizza and the cake. I Highly recommend this place for a party!!

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Are You Teaching Your Kids Responsibility?

We all want our children to be responsible. Whether it be understanding that they need to clean up after themselves, knowing when it is time to pay someone an apology, or something as simple as packing their own lunch, teaching our kids these valuable lessons start with instilling a sense of responsibility. 

Start Early 

A lot of parents think that responsibility comes with age. The reality is that you can start teaching your child basic skills that will help them further develop their own sense of responsibility in their early years. 

Great examples include having your child make their own bed, help to pack their lunch, feeding any pets at home, or even help with grocery shopping. 

Use Consequences and Rewards

A great way to illustrate the importance of being responsible is by creating a reward system for when your child proves to understand their duties, and consequences for when they decide not to comply. 

Design this system to revolve around a list of tasks that you and your child think are reasonable. Once this list is ready, place it somewhere your child will frequently come into contact with it. 

Give your child no more than one reminder at the beginning of every week to stay on top of their responsibilities. If you notice they are making time to effectively get their tasks done without any reminders, reward them with things like a special treat.

However, if you find that your child isn’t following through with their responsibilities, show them the consequences of not taking accountability for their actions by taking away their allowance or screen time.