The Number One Benefit of Training at Miller’s Dojo

People join our school for several legit reasons. Some join to increase their confidence; others join for better focus; many join to learn how to protect themselves; several join for better discipline. The list of benefits our students receive is endless. The number one benefit, however, is better health. Nothing is more important than your health and your child’s health. The benefit of good health is much stronger than learning self-defense. What’s the use of learning to defend yourself when you are already kicking your own butt?

Nowadays, many children aren’t as healthy as they should be because of lack of exercise and poor nutrition.  Children spend way too much time sitting down playing X-box games and nowhere near enough time exercising. I am not against video games, although I don’t play them myself, but I feel time playing them should be regulated and should be balanced with some form of exercise. The problem is many children play them way too much.

Working box jumps (ages 7-9)

Our child programs are a perfect solution to better health and fitness. The drills and exercises we do for appropriate motor skill development provide a great sense of fitness, stress relief, motivation, and instill confidence in our students. Not only should we have a positive physical health, but also we must have positive mental health. Our programs provide focus, discipline, respect, confidence, and positive self-esteem so that the children have the sound mind and mental strength they need to stay healthy and live productive lives.

Working how to do a proper push up (ages 4-6)


We aren’t your average martial arts school. We focus on each student as an individual and tailor the teachings to ensure the child is getting everything he or she needs to become the best he or she is capable of becoming. We produce results. We are realistic in our training and provide a safe and positive environment that all enjoy. Our focus is on what we can do for you. It doesn’t matter how many accomplishments I have if I can’t teach you how to reach your full potential. My belt doesn’t matter and my awards and certifications don’t matter, if I can’t create the positive change you seek for yourself or your children. At our school it’s not about me. It’s about our students and their growth.

As for our adult program, you won’t find a more fun atmosphere with great workouts and realistic self-defense training anywhere around our area. Health and fitness are the focus while teaching modern, practical self-defense. We don’t focus on sport. We focus on reality while losing weight, toning our muscles, gaining better muscular endurance and cardiovascular health. Age isn’t a factor. I have students in their 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s, and they all do well. How is your health? Would you like a change? Only you can decide.

Here is what some of our adult students said on Facebook after one of our workouts:


That workout rocked left my muscles wanting more… Thanks for the push!


–          Amy Fink

I love that everyone in that room worked their ass off…including the instructor. You don’t usually see that now days


–          Megan Uscinski


Awesome workout tonight at Miller’s Kenpo Karate Dojo. High Intensity Training! Thanks Mr. Miller for kicking my butt – lol.


–          Dustin Laurie


Michael Millers adult fitness class ROCKED!!! Thanks for the FUN workout! Perfect amount of PUSH! I feel GREAT today! If I lived in Bradford I would be taking a class everyday! I am very impressed with everything! Congrats Mike on all of your accomplishments! I love your facility and I love your teaching style! Thank you! Keep up the good work guys!!!


–          Jill Marie Mintz (special guest for one class)




That is why I teach – to make so many positive changes in people’s lives. Thank you to all my students who always give 100 percent effort. I am proud of all of you. Keep up the great work. I am only half of your success. You have to be willing to do your part. The instructor opens the door, but you must walk through yourself.


– Michael Miller