Parents' Guide to

Fight Quest

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Martial arts docuseries has some intense images.

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Some of the martial arts featured in the series have been popularized by Hollywood films like Mission Impossible and The Bourne Identity. But Fight Quest shifts the focus away from these glitzy, stylized fight sequences to the raw strength and skill required to perform them. That said, while viewers do get some brief explanations about the various fighting techniques, most of the show centers on Anderson and Smith enduring grueling training sessions and sustaining various injuries as they spend a week learning methods that have taken fighters centuries to perfect.

Fight Quest's intensity makes it iffy for tweens, though teens should be able to handle it. But no matter how old viewers are, it's important to note that the often life-threatening moves featured on the show shouldn't be attempted without the supervision of a trained professional.

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