Martial arts may seem like a uselessly tiring activity for few people, however they can’t understand the true taste of martial arts and it’s discipline unless they understand why people learn martial arts and probably by practicing it themselves at least for some time.
Various people have different reasons for learning martial arts, including:
- Many people learn martial arts to simply make themselves able to defend themselves physically in a combat situation
- Some need a regular activity and exercise to build stamina and strength and improve their health status
- Martial arts is a stress reliever for many people who want to get rid of anxiety, building up as a result of everyday life routine
- Some people are interested in and aim for competitions and thus work hard to progress and become champions in martial arts
The reasons don’t end here, people study martial arts to reduce weight, control their physique, become self-aware, etc. Whatever the reason may be, one usually achieves many positive results and changes in themselves both physically and mentally! A martial artist is healthier than the usual inactive person not just physically but also mentally and have higher levels of confidence in their lives. They have greater self esteem and respect for themselves and also for other people.
Why do people learn martial arts by Doctorali