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As Martial Arts instructors, we’ve all experienced what it’s like to have students quit. There are many reasons why students leave, and surprisingly, most can be prevented.

The first 100 days of a new student’s training are by far the most critical and should be given special attention. Percentage-wise, more students are lost during the first 100 days of their training than during any other period. That’s why, during the first 100 days of a student’s training, special care must be taken to ensure that the student and parents are made to feel as comfortable and as important as possible.


So what does this kind of special care look like?

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