Rhythm in karate is called Kata, and there are two major rhythms in karate. Rhythm plays a central role in Karate because it is the benchmark that separate trained karate experts from jokers. Rhythm can only be developed through continuous training. Only experienced karateka have rhythm.
Most trainees don’t hang on long enough to develop the rhythm. However, some children are born with innate rhythm. These children also tend to excel in things like dance and music. Children with such talents are few. Most children develop rhythm through practice. Read on to find out the two major rhythms in karate and their usefulness.

Karate is one of the most effective exercises that help children develop physical and mental power. Life is full of challenges and therefore having mental and physical power comes with an advantage. Mental and physical power is what help endure tough times and come out victorious. No sports teach this better than Karate. Martial arts like Karate inculcate mental and physical power over time. Read on to find out more on how karate helps your child develop mental and physical power that help them overcome many obstacles in life.

Commitment is one of the key ingredients of success. If you are committed to your goals, you’ll achieve them. Most of us can agree that committing to a goal is not an easy task. If adults struggle with commitment, it means that children may need extra motivation to remain committed to their dreams. Martial arts training is a mentally and physically demanding activity that needs commitment. Your child will have to agree to attend classes that are often challenging.

Teaching children self-control at an early age is important because it enable them understand themselves later on as adults. In addition, most school curriculums don’t teach self-control. Martial arts provide children with a platform to master self-control gradually because it is a skill that cannot be mastered overnight. Martial arts teach children self-control by helping them understand what they can do mentally and physically. This assist children to know what they can do, and how their actions affect others.

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Martial arts help children build inner confidence that is crucial for success later in life. Martial arts don’t teach children cockiness that is often confused with confidence. A good martial arts class provide children with an avenue to nurture self-confidence and the discipline needed to live a productive adult life. Let’s explore how martial arts play a significant role in building confidence in children.

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