Creating your at home Martial Arts Studio
By: Charlene Roth
If your family is currently spending a lot more time at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be worried that your kids aren’t getting enough exercise, but you know that they need an outlet for all of their pent-up energy. If your kids are interested in martial arts, this could be the perfect time to set up your own studio.
You don’t need much space to set up an in-home martial arts studio — your garage or basement will do just fine. Here’s how to find the perfect gear, keep your home studio clean, and make sure your kids stay safe while they practice!
The Right Space and Equipment
To design a functional martial arts studio, you’ll need to start by finding the right space and choosing high-quality mats and punching bags that are suitable for your kids’ skill levels.
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Stock Up On Cleaning Products
It’s important to keep your studio very clean, and you’ll need a bleach-based cleaner to get rid of stains and dirt and disinfect equipment to remove germs, viruses, and bacteria.
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Martial arts is not an inherently risky activity, but you should take some extra precautions to make sure that your kids don’t injure themselves.
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Martial arts can be a very rewarding activity that teaches children confidence while helping them stay fit. If your children can practice martial arts in a home studio, they will see major improvements in their skills so they’ll be on track when they return to class!