Inspiration Martial Arts Glendale

Inspiration Martial Arts Glendale


The following piece was written by a parent to inspire young women to be comfortable with who they are. 👊

We hope you found this as powerful as we did.💪

"I’m a lot.

I am.

I know I am.

I’ve always known I am.

I get over-the-top excited about mundane things. I get overly-emotional too.

I have ten thousand ideas flowing rapidly through my brain at any one point in time.

I think fast. I speak fast. I type even faster.

I sing at the top of my lungs whether I’m in church, or sitting alone in my car. I think the world is falling, and then realize maybe I just haven’t had any sleep the last two nights, and I need a glass of water, and everything appears sunny again.

I send ten text messages in a row. And, oh yes, you’d better believe they are full of exclamation points and emojis. I plan girls’ trips at the drop of a hat. I work really hard to make everything magical.

I apologize all the time.

I talk way too much.

I take up too much space.

I dance anytime music is on—grocery store, car, bank, doesn’t matter.

I build businesses and then new businesses and new businesses.

I see clothes that I absolutely HAVE to have.

I think every movie I’ve ever watched is the “best ever.” I like every song that comes on the radio, and I rave about them, and I research the lyrics and try to figure out the deeper-meaning.

I cry about situations, and then turn around with my next breath and flip the switch and find the ever-elusive silver lining.

I’m a lot.

I’m passionate.

I rarely walk.

If I’m going somewhere, I run. (Metaphorically-speaking, of course. If I’m literally running, something weird is up.)

When I’m chill, I’m chill.

But when I’m not—watch out, sister.

I don’t tiptoe. I jump in without looking back. And I splash water everywhere. I have energy, and I like for energy to be given back to me.

I used to hate this about myself. Everything I just mentioned made me blame myself, and question myself, and want to be by myself, and also somehow, made me want to be with everyone all the time.

I used to think being too much was my worst quality. I thought it was the reason I was misunderstood and lonely. I thought it was my greatest setback.

And so I quieted myself up.

I played small.

I bottled my excitement.

I convinced myself to become less.


I give hard. I forgive hard. I work hard. I laugh hard. I cry hard. I mess up hard, but then I get back up and I keep on moving forward.

I dream hard.

I believe hard.

I live fierce. And I love free.

There is nothing wrong with that.

There is nothing wrong with meeting someone and instantly clicking with them.

There is nothing wrong with telling people how much you love them.

There is nothing wrong with laughing and crying and feeling other people’s pain.

If your’e an “a lot” person like I am. If you bounce around from place to place. If it takes a while for you to settle down, and you lie in bed at night wondering what in the world is wrong with you, and oh-my-gosh why did you say “you too” when the waiter told you to enjoy your meal. That’s such an odd thing to say.

It’s okay.

You’re okay.

It’s going to be okay.

Stop beating yourself up. Stop with the constant worrying that people won’t like you, and start liking yourself.

Cause, yeah, you’re a lot.

You’re a lot of love.

You’re a lot of joy.

You’re a lot of beautiful.

You’re a lot of real.

You’re a lot of passionate.

You’re a lot of empathetic.

You’re a lot of what makes a good friend.

And you’re also a lot of what this world needs. Don’t hide, sister. Don’t shy away. Don’t back down. Don’t try to be someone else. Don’t shrug off your gifts.

Don’t change. Ever.

But do breathe, and do at least try to be more on time.

This may be the coolest shirt we've ever seen. 💙
Why you should join us for Spring Break Camp 🥳😂
One of the biggest parts of our roles as professional coaches is actually coaching parents. 😅

Not in actual martial arts.... (although we wish all parents would take the adult class 🤣.... but that's not usually the case.)

It's coaching parents through the obstacles they face during the 10-15 year process that they've started with martial arts when enrolling their children.

We may be a little biased when we say this but we're HIGHLY AGAINST anyone quitting martial arts unless it's for a circumstance completely out of our control.

If we had a crystal ball that would predict the future, it would for sure say that all of our children will experience violence in their lives.
Having seen our fair share of real violence, we want to equip everyone with the proper tools to stay safe when that time comes.........

Today's parent coaching obstacle tip comes from "I feel like my child isn't taking this SERIOUS enough"

Throughout the years we've seen very common threads between all the students.

And ALL students go through this particular phase.

Here's a few things to help you not "if" but "when" this phase happens:

1. Always remember kids aren't really expected to take this seriously because children learn through fun.

If it becomes too serious a task they will start to tune out.... kinda like doing too much homework.

2. Physically tell them to have fun every day. Even if they're having fun already. 😅

3. Your child needs to test the boundaries of all the environments they come in contact with to develop their perception of how the real world works. This includes the martial art mat and the coaching of the staff members.

When a child underperforms in an activity it's a form of attention-seeking behavior.

"If I play around at this activity my parents are taking extremely seriously.... my parents will DEFINITELY pay attention to me." (Remember, young children don't differentiate between good or bad attention... it's all attention to them.)

4. Your child has their own unique path and personality, trust the process.

That's worth saying twice.

Trust. The. Process.

Our team actually meets nightly after training to discuss everything that happens on the mat.

We discuss the path of all the students and how we need to adjust or pivot when we notice new phases in the developmental process of the kiddos.

5. Your child is doing exactly what they're supposed to be doing at that moment whether it be good or bad.

They need experience in life to become a functional member of society. Let them make mistakes. Let them learn. Let them grow. Let them play. Let them train........

Best Regards,
Coach Sharon
As a head coach, my team knows it's very difficult to earn my praise. 😅

They have to improve so much all the time.📈

As martial artists, that's what we do.

That being said.

I'm truly grateful for this team and everything they do in our community.

It may be hard to earn my praise however I'm ALWAYS grateful.
I'm so proud of my team!!! We really love what we do... there's still some spots left for spring break camp.. talk to the front desk.
Early on when my parents put me into martial arts, I had NO idea how much I'd be getting in return as an adult. 🙏

I've far from mastered the art of self-awareness.

That being said the small investment of time and money that my parents made have taught me:

How to work like a business owner.
How to lead.
How to motivate and inspire.
How to be the director of my own life.
How to be healthy.
How to be a better partner.
How to contribute to my community.
How to provide opportunities for my team members.
How to make a positive impact on the lives around me.
How to master a craft.
How to never give up.
How to harness discipline when motivation failed.
How to learn from every mistake.
How to have my own voice.

The things I've received I can never repay... because they're priceless.

Instead, I'll just say this.

Thank. You.

Coach Liana
Don't be this guy 😬

Instead be THE COOLEST parent and register your kids for Spring Break Camp with us March 14th-18th 😎🥳😂
Who else is guilty of putting the milk back at the very BOTTOM of the fill line?😁
Have you ever had to deal with tantrums.... especially in public? 😤

Just to let you know, your child most likely didn't start their day with the intention of throwing a wrench into your target trip with a good ol' fashioned meltdown.

We recently read a great article with the following tips to help you out:

Be consistent. Establish a daily routine so that your child knows what to expect. Stick to the routine as much as possible, including nap time and bedtime. A child's temper can become short if he or she doesn't have enough rest or quiet time.

Plan ahead. Run errands when your child isn't likely to be hungry or tired. If you're expecting to wait in line, pack a small toy or snack to occupy your child.

Let your child make appropriate choices. Avoid saying no to everything. To give your toddler a sense of control, let him or her make choices. "Would you like to wear your red shirt or your blue shirt?" "Would you like to eat strawberries or bananas?" "Would you like to read a book or build a tower with your blocks?"

Praise good behavior. Offer extra attention when your child behaves well. Give your child a hug or tell your child how proud you are when he or she shares or follows directions.

Avoid situations likely to trigger tantrums. Don't give your child toys that are far too advanced for him or her. If your child begs for toys or treats when you shop, steer clear of areas with these temptations. If your toddler acts up in restaurants, choose places that offer quick service.

We may be biased to this next statement. 😅

As a professional martial arts Academy, we focus very highly on emotional intelligence.

If you haven't tried a class, come on down!

Let. Us. Help.

Full service professional Martial Arts School. We offer a variety of programs and classes for everyone, ages 3 and up!

Programs include ATA Taekwondo, Warrior Xfit, Krav Maga, Kickboxing and Hyper Martial Arts!

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Martial arts can be a great way to help children build confidence. Here are a few ways that martial arts training can contribute to building confidence in kids:

Physical accomplishment: As children progress through the ranks and learn new techniques, they will feel a sense of accomplishment and pride in their physical abilities.

Discipline: Martial arts training requires discipline and self-control, which can help children develop self-confidence and self-respect.

Focus: Martial arts training requires focus and concentration, which can help children develop mental discipline and focus, which can translate into improved performance in other areas of their lives.

Self-defense: Learning self-defense techniques can give children the confidence to stand up for themselves and feel more secure in potentially dangerous situations.

Positive reinforcement: Many martial arts programs use positive reinforcement to encourage and motivate children, which can help build their confidence.

Goal setting: Many martial arts programs have a belt system that allows children to set and work towards specific goals, which can help build self-confidence as they achieve each goal.

Overall, martial arts training can be a great way to help children build self-confidence, discipline, focus, and a sense of accomplishment. It's important to find a reputable and supportive martial arts program that is tailored to children's needs and abilities.


Setting goals is a valuable skill for children to learn because it helps them develop self-discipline, motivation, and a sense of accomplishment. To help your child set goals:

1. Make them specific and achievable.
2. Involve your child in the process.
3. Set both short-term and long-term goals.
4. Use positive reinforcement when they reach a goal.
5. Set an example by setting and working towards your own goals.

By following these tips, you can help your child learn the importance of goal setting and develop the skills they need to succeed.


We want to wish everyone a fun safe New Years' eve!

If your children are celebrating the holiday with friends, here are some safety tips to keep in mind:

Set a reasonable curfew. If your kids want to stay at a friend’s house past midnight, it may be best to see if they can stay with their friend.

It’s easy for teen drivers to get distracted if they’re tired, and you also want to protect them from drunk drivers they may share the road with.

Encourage your kids to stay in one place rather than party-hopping.
If your kids will be at a friend’s house, make sure that friend will have a responsible parent at home during the entire party.


We once asked an 80 year old martial artist.... "How do you keep doing this at your age?"

His answer....

"Never stop moving!" 😎


Fun fact. 😜

If you did martial arts, you'd have more to talk about than just being tired. 😄


Did you know.....

Most people's version of feeling "normal" isn't even close to how you're supposed to feel.

As humans, we're meant to feel AMAZING!

Over time we get accustomed to not sleeping well, not moving, not eating right, and not having fun because we're too "tired".

You're not "tired".

You're out of balance.

If you feel that way, start small.

Move around.
Eat one meal a day a bit healthier.
Have some fun.
Sleep for 8 hours.

Simple shifts can change your world!


We can honestly say that the teens that graduate from our program don't do this. 😜

We create respectful and coachable young humans. 😎


This month, your child will be studying the character word: PATIENCE. It is difficult to categorize at what age children will learn patience. In order to learn patience, one must learn how to deal with disappointment. If people give in to every demand of a child, than that child will never learn how to wait for what they want. This can be a difficult cycle to break, but it is possible if you understand this fact; as well as some ways to better teach patience.
The following information includes a few facts and tips regarding patience in children and ideas on ways to help them improve upon this character trait:
• With children ages 3 and 4; they are very impatient and will want to be first during every activity. It is your role to help them understand the importance of waiting their turn.
• With children ages 5 and 6; they are impulsive and will blurt out an answer to a question without raising their hand and waiting for the teacher to call on them. It's your role to teach them how to wait for proper directions.
• With children ages 7 to 9; they are at the age where you must teach them patience during difficult times, such as dealing with bullies.
• With children ages 10 and up; now is a great time to teach them how to have patience as it relates to perseverance and endurance required to accomplish large goals.
Remember, some children will demonstrate great patience at an early age. This is the nature of the individual child and does not mean that every other child will be the exact same without some direction. Do not compare the patience of one child to that of the others, because it may frustrate the children that are naturally impulsive. Be patient with your children as you teach them this characteristic and you will see progress.
Thank you for your support!

Photos from Inspiration Martial Arts Glendale's post 11/01/2022

Welcome to our FAMILY!


From our academy, to your home we just want to say happy Halloween!

We hope everyone stays safe. 🎃

In case anyone was wondering... the coaches favorite candy is Reses peanutbutter cups. 😄

Feel free to donate as much as you want. 😉


The secret hack for setting age-appropriate chores.

We've found that understanding the ages and what you can do to set them up for success is the best approach.

Try these tactics and see what happens. 💪

2 - 5: Keep it simple and do the chores with them.

6 - 8: Can manage simple chores with clear directions under supervision.

9 - 11: Can handle simple chores on their own with accountability.

So, maybe now you can have a house that actually looks like it's been cleaned. 😎


Shhhhhhh...... Don't tell the kids.... 🤐

The key to great technique is becoming great at the basics.

Yep. 😅

That's right, nothing fancy.

Just fundamental basics.

Over and over... and over... and over.😎

The key is how our team disguises it during training so the kiddos NEVER get bored of them. 😉


Welcome to Inspiration!


Welcome to Inspiration!


In our academy, we're very big advocates for having conversations with kids about the dangers of the world.

We prepare our students for tough situations through our system of mat chats, parent talks, and physical training.


After encouraging our families to have talks at home or around the dinner table, we've had many students encounter dangerous situations and make it home to their parents safely.

Why does this happen?

It's simple.

These conversations create awareness.

Awareness creates competence.

Competence Creates confidence.


Welcome Leon to our family!


Quick BRIGHT safety tip for new trick-or-treaters.🎃

Carry glow sticks or flashlights, use reflective tape or stickers on costumes and bags, and wear light colors to help kids see and be seen by drivers.👀

Safety is a huge part of our academy culture on and off the mat.

We want to ensure all the young ones make it home safely this Halloween year.

Photos from Inspiration Martial Arts Glendale's post 10/27/2022

Join us and join the fun!


If you had to choose a new dream, what would it be? 😄


Belt ceremony ! Join us!


What holds people back from greatness?

Fear of starting. 🎯

Fear of not being good. 🎯

Fear of becoming uncomfortable. 🎯

Be different. Be brave. 💪


Does your teenager lie?

Well, if we're honest all of them do. 😅

One of the best things you can do is put a ton of value in your household around open honesty.

Lead by example by having the same values as you speak with them.

Because let's be honest (pun intended) we can't eliminate lying completely. 😅


We challenge you to try to change the channel.... 😅


Does your teen overuse media and technology?

Here's how you can address this with your child.

Teenagers need to develop skills and tools to manage technology. Discuss the effects of social media, and set and adjust boundaries often.

There are positive attributes technology offers teenagers, but they need to learn skills to control their usage and not be obsessed with technology.

Don't be afraid to have tough conversations about the dark side of media. (Yes we're talking about the bad people that want bad stuff)

Simply put... Just talk to them. Openly.


"Mrs. Rueckert, little Johnny wants to quit and I never make him so anything he doesn't want to do" or.. "Mrs. Rueckert, we're going to take a break, because Johnny is to busy"

Why do kids quit?

Short answer....

They don't. 😎

Someone in their lives allows them to.

Quitting is a learned habit and once it's condoned, it sticks.

Martial arts teaches kids to follow through with a commitment, no matter how challenging it can be.

Martial arts also supports parents in this process as well. Sometimes it's a hard pill to swallow as a parent, that many things we learn in life get passed down to our kids because they absorb everything we do.

Sometimes all you need to do to help your kids reach their next level of growth is unlearn a few habits by having a coach in your corner who's there to support you. 😉

Yep, it's that simple. 😅

Nurture good behaviors and good behaviors will come.

Parents: This is essential to understand. It’s on us when our kids quit things.

There is a reason they can’t drive or buy alcohol yet, it’s because their brain isn’t fully developed.

They need an accountability partner / accountability parent to help keep them on track with their goals. Be that for your kids even when they push back because as adults they will thank you for it.
Help your children understand the value of goals. It's easy to enjoy goal setting when everyone is happy, is much harder when there is challenges. But challenges work our emotional muscles just as physical activity works our muscles in the body. Nothing grows with out applying a level of stress.
Love each of you. Stay the course my beautiful parents!


Michelle was bullied to the point that she no longer wanted to go to school....... 😭

We hear stories like this a little too often at our academy.

This is the reality of being a kid these days.

It's not a question of "if" but "when" this will happen. 🙄

Self-protection is a huge part of what it is we do in martial arts.

Little Michelle, gained enough confidence to stand up to the bullies and was able to walk confidently through school. 💪


The text below is taken from “Profile of Power & Success” and it does a great job outlining the behind the scenes journey that Walt Disney took to become a success.
Take 3 minutes to read this and let me know your biggest takeaway. Mine is in the comments…
1. At age nineteen Disney & Ub Iwerks founded Disney Commercial Artists in Kansas City. The firm lasted one month, dying from the lack of contracts or income.
2. At age twenty Disney founded Laugh-O-Grams in Kansas City. His first product was Alice in Wonderland, animated cartoon for Kansas City theater owners. The firm became insolvent due to selling animated shorts for too little money. It was a profound learning experience but Disney went broke before any success could materialize. He skipped town to avoid angry creditors and ended up in Hollywood with his older brother Roy.
3. Disney founded Disney Brothers Studios in Hollywood at age twenty-two on October 16 1923, with a $500 loan from Uncle Robert and $285 from Roy. With an advance of two thousand dollars from Margaret Winkler he produced his first successful cartoon Trolley Troubles featuring Oswald the Rabbit. Unscrupulous distributor Charles Mintz stole Oswald, his animators, and attempted to take over Disney Studios. The naive Disney lost his only cartoon character, only revenue, plus his best animators. Broke and disconsolate, he created Mickey Mouse on a train to California.
4. At age twenty-seven Disney launched Mickey Mouse in Plane Crazy, an overnight sensation in 1927. By 1928 he was insolvent again when his first sound cartoon, Steamboat Willie, was produced, he was forced to sell his car to stay in business and finance Steamboat, which became a super success.
5. At age twenty-nine Disney made a deal with MGM for distribution of Mickey Mouse cartoons with unscrupulous Pat Powers who stole his number one animator Ub Iwerks and refused to pay $150,000 for royalties. Harry Cohn of Columbia rescued him from certain bankruptcy after the Powers debacle and financed Silly Symphonies, which saved the company. Disney had his first nervous breakdown and took overdose of sleeping pills in an attempt to escape torment of corrupt businessmen. He referred to this as the lowest point in his life.
6. At age thirty-one Disney pioneered in technicolor with Flowers and Trees cartoon and won his first two Oscars in 1931. He ran out of money and had his second nervous breakdown. He paid his animators with promissory notes and gold tokens. Disney risked everything on color and then couldn’t make the payroll; bankruptcy seemed inevitable when licensing of Mickey Mouse for Christmas coloring books shirts watches and toys saved the firm. His first steady income brought him back in 1932.
7. By age thirty-two Disney and Mickey were famous. Three Little Pigs from Grim’s fairy tales released in 1934 became an international hit and Disney Studios grew prosperous enough to begin producing Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, known as “Disney’s Folly.” Roy accused him of “Trying to ruin us;” experts thought full-length animated film idea was crazy. Studio became insolvent from Snow White costs and Disney had his third nervous breakdown.
8. By age thirty-five (1936) Disney convinced the Bank of America to loan him $5 million to complete Snow White, which was finally released December 21, 1937, with overwhelming success. Twenty million patrons paid $8 million to see this film and the company had money for huge expansion. “Disney’s Folly” with re-releases earned $100 million by 1990. During the final stages of production, Disney suffered another nervous breakdown. Success revived him in time to accept an Oscar and to appear on cover of Time in 1938.
9. At age thirty-eight Disney was flush with monies from Snow White profits and embarked on three Herculean productions: Pinocchio, Bambi, and Fantasia, which guaranteed bankruptcy unless all three were a phenomenal success. All films were over budget, two were delayed. Within twenty months Disney studios was insolvent during the middle of filming Pinocchio and Fantasia. Disney bought land for Burbank Studio. Brother Roy pulled financial coup with public offering of stock in 1939, which provided cash to finish the three major features.
10. At age thirty-nine Disney released Pinocchio in February 1940 at a cost of $3 million (most expensive film ever produced) to rave reviews. Fantasia was then released and was a box office bomb while Bambi was delayed still further. Walt hired Leopoldo Stokowski who used Stavinsky’s music for Fantasia, which contributed to box office disaster. This was the golden era for Disney Studios.
11. Walt was professionally successful by age forty but an emotional disaster. Nineteen forty-one was a disastrous year. In June his workers structure the Disney Studios, Fantasia bombed, and his father died, causing his most severe nervous breakdown. The company was again on the verge of bankruptcy. Roy recognized his brother’s suicidal tendencies and coerced him into a three-month vacation while he settled the strike through binding arbitration.
12. After the strike in October 1941, Disney released Dumbo with great fanfare and it saved the company from bankruptcy. Due to financial misfortunes, he had produced Dumbo for $1 million in contrast to the $2-3 million cost of his other animated films.
13. In early 1942 the Defense Department confiscated Disney Studios because of its proximity to Burbank’s Lockheed Aircraft. Disney was outraged by the act and announced his retirement at the ripe old age of forty one. Bored, he returned to animated entertainment almost immediately, producing U.S. Navy training films between 1942 and 1945 to pay the bills.
14. At age forty-three in 1944 Disney Studios was once again insolvent and needed cash to survive after the failure of Bambi. The resilient Disney re-released Snow White to enormous demand and the income from a product with no cost saved him from certain bankruptcy.
15. In 1947 at age forty-six Disney was able to show the first profit in seven years but was near bankruptcy again by 1949. During this period he was emotionally distraught; he had a blatant affair with Dolores Del Rio, started drinking heavily, smoked three packs of ci******es daily, and lost all interest in creativity. A near-fatal air disaster in Alaska with an inebriated pilot sparked his sense of mortality and reawakened his creative spirit. He used the Alaskan footage to produce Seal Island, which both Howard Hughes and Roy Disney recommended scrapping. He ignored their advice and it won an Academy Award in 1948.
16. Disney drew his first plans for a Mickey Mouse amusement park targeted for Burbank in August 1948. Bank debt would not permit implementation. Roy called it a “fairground” and accused his brother of schizoid behavior for such a childish idea. Walt Disney ignored both brother and the studio board, forming WED in 1951 to finance his dream park. He borrowed $100,000 on his insurance policy and sold his Palm Springs home to help finance the start-up that Roy refused to support.
17. Fortunes improved in 1950 with success of Cinderella, but Alice in Wonderland bombed in 1951. Work on Peter Pan and Robin Hood took all available cash and company was again near bankruptcy through 1951.
18. By 1952 Disney had hired and personally funded the Stanford Research Institute to draw up plans for Disneyland. The Disney studio board had amusement park experts review the SRI plans in November 1953 and concluded that it wouldn’t work (the reasons turned out to be the very reason for its phenomenal success) and advised Walt to save his money.
19. TV was the mortal enemy of Hollywood studious but Disney struck a deal with ABC for money to finance Disneyland in 1953. Disney got financing and ABC got the rights to the Disney film library and “Walt Disney Presents.” Disney was fifty-three when the “Mickey Mouse Club” and the “Disneyland Story” first appeared on television on October 27, 1954. Disneyland opened July 17, 1955, making Disney a millionaire. The financial crisis finally ended. Disney’s TV show revolutionized the medium and began a long-term relationships between Hollywood and television.
20. Walt Disney went broke for the first time at age nineteen after opening his first enterprise to create animated cartoons. He flirted with bankruptcy virtually every year thereafter until age fifty-four when he made a deal with television and opened Disneyland. When Disneyland opened in 1955, he finally became a millionaire even though most people thought he was rich long before since he had been winning Oscars for twenty years.

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