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Universal Principles of Sports Science Event

Posted By Linda Coyle, Sunday, April 5, 2015

Dignity Kids, Inc. is offering free Universal Principles of Sports Science seminars to schools K-12! The mission of Dignity Kids, Inc. is to educate and empower youth through fitness based STEM concepts.We are completely dedicated to inspiring and empowering families, schools, and the community to live healthy, active lives. Through classroom presentations, school assemblies and martial arts, Dignity Kids Inc. promotes the importance of health and fitness and educates children on the importance of pursuing a career in the STEM field, or simply furthering their education on a STEM-related topic.


Our primary objective is to leave a lasting impression on students that we reach in order to create a passion for STEM. In order to do this, we utilize a creative approach to education that most students have never had the opportunity to try before. A black belt instructor will volunteer to teach the Universal Principles of Sports Science seminar that teaches the physics behind how martial artists generate force to break boards, utilize rotational acceleration in their flying kicks, and maximize their speed in their lightning fast strikes! All students are thrilled to find out that they are much stronger than they think when they get the chance to apply their new knowledge by using their mass and acceleration to generate enough force to snap a board in half!


If you are looking for something new to spice up your STEM activities, give Dignity Kids a call to schedule your Universal Principles of Sports Science seminar today! We can be best contacted through email at or by phone at (602) 438-7338. Be sure to act quickly - these seminars fill up fast!

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