“I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times” – Bruce Lee
Martial Arts is challenging – it takes hundreds of hours of practice and commitment encountering many difficulties along the way to perfecting new skill sets and advancing in belt levels. Martial Arts students will learn to view challenges as opportunities rather than difficulties, and through challenges they will grow and develop. In Martial Arts to key to success is understanding that it is not how many times you fall down, but the number of times that you get back up.
Endurance building in Samurai Martial Arts Melbourne involves raising the body’s respiration and heart rate, which helps in improving overall fitness. A myth is that endurance training doesn’t build strength, but in fact there are various exercises that will build strength. Endurance exercises helps improve daily movement and makes it easier to carry out daily activities.
Muscle lethargy can result due to lactic acid build-up while training. Samurai Martial Arts practice such as blocking, striking and body-weight exercises, are intended to get the body used to dealing with these lactic acid build-ups and working through them. Students will eventually gain resistance and be able to train longer and harder. Their improved muscular endurance will be seen both in and outside of the Samurai Martial Arts training hall.
Better endurance can prevent fatigue during sparring matches. It also allows students to maintain a proper technique for longer because of lack of muscular fatigue. In competition, this endurance may be the difference in winning a match, and in testing, it could be the difference in passing or failing.
Samurai Martial Arts instructors will help students build their endurance and increase their stamina. Once a specific level of endurance training has been attained, children will move up the belt levels and be given more challenging training regimes.
The skills in endurance exercises may differ from student to student, but key is always doing your best and never resigning. Fundamentally, correct Martial Arts technique is critical, but endurance and strength are also significant in being successful.
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