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Why Every Child Needs to Learn Martial Arts

BY: Deena David | Category: Education | Submitted: 2010-04-30 10:50:28
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Article Summary: "Children would be better off if they learnt some martial arts. The reason is that there are many benefits of learning these as they can be seen here..."


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Every child needs to learn martial arts, being it for enhancing one's ability, for self defense or for fitness. Martial arts are okay for children of all ages, from toddlers to adolescents. Studies have shown that children who learn martial arts have a greater sense of responsibility, a higher self esteem and reduce the willingness to take foolish risk. This is why many parents are spending lots of money to have their children learn martial arts.

Self Defense -

In this world we live in today, children are most victims of attack. It is therefore necessary for every child to know how to defend himself. A child becomes more confident in his ability to defend himself. The need to defend himself reduces as he unconsciously begin to carry himself in a more confident and matured manner and that confidence is projected to those around him. In addition, Children are taught how to recognize a potentially dangerous situation and how to avoid it.

Athletic Enhancement -


This is a reason why every child needs to learn martial arts every, especially those that are athletically talented. Every professional sports man supplements his training with martial arts. Martial arts training offer several advantages. First off, it is amazingly effective in improve general coordination of the body because it uses every part in a balanced way. forward movement, side, left side, Upper body, lower body, right lateral movement, rotational movement, it's all included in martial arts training. Martial arts training teach your children the right body movement.

Fitness -

Strength, flexibility and endurance are the manifestations of fitness. Every child needs to learn martial arts as it requires a balance between the three. Therefore, a child who learns martial arts will find his weaknesses and strengths and improve upon them. Also, because of the balance in the three manifestations of fitness, they are less likely to get hurt when they take part in athletics.

Health -

Every child needs to learn martial arts to remain healthy. It has been proven that, martial arts is related to better health for children, it is a great exercise. But because it is fun, kids don't mind doing it. Teaching students diet a part of martial arts training, so children who learn martial arts grow up with healthy habits.

Concentration -

Very few activities engage the mind, body and spirit more than martial arts. Because of this, a child's ability to concentrate is greatly enhanced by their martial arts training and this concentration tends to be easily transferable to other activities.

Confidence -

Every child needs to learn martial arts to develop self confidence. Martial arts are structured to set children up for success. Each time they experience success, their confidence improves until they tend to believe that with hard work and dedication, they can accomplish just about anything.

Martial arts are all about the development of the whole being of your child, and not just about the physical development. Encourage your child to learn martial arts to improve his overall well being.

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