kids. Saturday , April 01st , 2017 - 21:41:23 PM
It's true that with boxing comes the risk of slight injury, including parents main concern - brain damage, but it's no more dangerous than other popular sports. As long as your little one has the right equipment (Everlast equipment is highly regarded in the boxing world), teachers, and environment, boxing can really help in your kid's ongoing development.
The downfall here is it is not like one on one lessons, you do not have a person there to correct your child if they are doing something wrong leading them to learn incorrectly right from the beginning. I recommend these Internet Videos only when your child has grasped the instrument, how to tune it correctly, hold it, learned basic chords and so on.
Sing and dance with your child to simple, upbeat, and easy songs. Have fun with your child with whatever sound comes out of their mouths at this stage. The plan is to just have fun!
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