Martial arts of any kind are really considered a niche kind of ‘sport’. So we can assume that… not everyone likes it. Here are some reasons why
Martial arts leads to both physical and mental skill improvements. As your train and learn physical self-defense skills, one of the many mental skills you develop is resilience. Resilience is a measure of your emotional strength and endurance. It’s your ability to cope with any setback or obstacle.
You might assume that resilience is something that you either have or don’t have. But just like any martial arts skill or technique, resilience is another trainable skill. Martial art is a great environment to increase your resilience. As you train and learn self-defense, you’ll encounter a variety of challenges and obstacles. But with practice, you figure out how to adapt and deal with these and other obstacles.
Here are a few ways to build resilience through martial arts training: Continue reading “3 Ways to Build Resilience through Martial Arts Training”
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Choose. It all depends on what you want. Do you want to learn at a calm, slow pace until you get the moves right? Or do you want to advance fast, training as though you are in a combat situation and quickly learning how to correct mistakes? The choice depends on you.
It’s hard to say too much about Michael Jai White, whether you’re talking about his talents (seven black belts, dozens of major acting roles, and even more television roles), or him as a person (former special education teacher, also just plain nice).
The first, White, began learning was actually jujutsu, but, his first black belt was in Kyokushin karate. This is no doubt an important style to him to this day. So, it’s not surprising that one of the ways he would choose to give back to the martial arts community would be teaching to the next generation of martial artists! Continue reading “The Karate Roots of Michael Jai White”