Martial Arts best known as Self-Defense is a aspect which suits to all age category from kids to adults.Martial Arts not only teach us defense but also helps us to train our mind and body at same time. It improves both physical and emotional health with in turn improves self-esteem , self-confidence as well as decreased tension, stress, anxiety and depression etc.
Here we aim to do this in an simple but effective manner.Always remember , martial arts is a key to train yourself and should not be misused or mistreated in any manner. Below we have broken it into smaller parts.
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Martial Arts Variants :
Karate : A system of self-development using kicks and punches. Its quick, sharp actions involve snapping movements of the joints, which means that we need to warm up carefully.
Tae Kwon Do : A form of karate developed as a military art, which has become one of the more popular martial arts in the U.S. It uses kicking and punching movements to energize the body, and breathing and meditation techniques to provide focus.
Judo : Taught as a competitive sport, judo teaches how to throw a partner using balance and leverage and helps them learn self-control and respect for their opponent.
Jujitsu : A competitive form of self-defense that teaches students to use their opponent’s weight and strength against him. Having a partner fosters cooperation.
Aikido : Uses many of the same movements as jujitsu but is gentler and noncompetitive. It gives good body movement, throws, and joint lock. It is an excellent discipline for learning how to work with a partner.
Kung Fu : A rigorous and physical form of karate that involves more fluid movements , making it easier on joints. It’s fast-paced, hence it also gives an aerobic workout.
T’ai Chi : Focuses on balance, stretching and weight-bearing moves. T’ai Chi is easy on the joints, boosts flexibility and improves concentration skills.