Discipline is important in professional and personal life. Your ability to control your behavior and emotions can make or break you. Having control and balance over your emotions is a difficult state to achieve, but with practice it’s possible. Martial arts not only improve children’s health, but also teaches them discipline and self-defense.
Goal-setting gives you a sense of the direction you want to take in life. People have long and short-term goals. For instance, attaining a black belt is a long-term goal in martial arts. When you embark on the journey to attain a black belt, you may encounter many challenges or even sustain injuries. Dedicated martial arts students never quit when they’re met with challenges. In addition, students review their goals every day, which helps them remain focus.
Courage is one of the key skills martial arts teaches that is often ignored. Courage or bravery is the ability to do something you never done before. Courage means moving out of your comfort zone to do something you’ve never done before. It means doing something new and positive. For instance, jumping from the roof is not an act of courage; it’s reckless.
Integrity is a super virtue that includes things like telling the truth and acting with dignity and respect. However, in martial arts, integrity and honesty means the same thing. For instance, an honest individual has strong moral values. This’s what integrity is.
The history of martial arts is traced to 527 A.D when emperor Wu Di invited a Monk named Bodhidharma from India. Bodhidharma was invited to assist Chinese monks improve their physical and mental health. When traveling across China, the monk stumbled upon a Buddhist temple that was under attack. The monks were too weak to defend themselves. Bodhidharma meditated for nine years on what he could do to assist fellow monks.
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