Alex Evers joins the GME team as the special guest on Good Morning Enid. He talks all about martial arts and the services the Enid Family Martial Arts provides for the Enid community.
They might not be learning kicks, punches and how to defend themselves, but Richmond Elementary second-graders are learning to be ninjas when it comes to solving math problems.
When visiting the school you will be welcomed with courtesy and respect, but it’s not until you participate in a class that you come to truly appreciate what a friendly and truly kind place the school is. Your age, size, or athletic ability does not matter to your instructors or classmates–you are treated with consideration, patience, and encouragement.
Alex Evers is featured in the 2019 book "Food Radicals." This 9 page section of the book speaks about Alex's thoughts on intentional living and eating.
Alex Evers, Owner of Family Martial Arts, talks about the services his businesses provide in Oklahoma.
He describes leadership, as he sees it and practices it, in the martial arts industry. JD talks to Alex about the role of servant leadership in the practice and how it shows up in day-to-day interactions.
Leaders of downtown Enid’s martial arts school say they’re expecting a kick and a jump in size for this year’s returning after-school program after recent additions to the school’s transportation fleet.
Click the picture to view Alex's article on how to use positive reinforcement and encouragement on how to motivate kids toward healthy habits.
Kids Kick Obesity (KKO) is a movement to encourage our youth to build better eating and exercise habits. Click the picture to view news coverage about the movement.
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