The Art of Martial Arts
What I would recommend is this: start slow, don’t expect to do any real progress unless you put in hard work, and practice regularly. It’s also important to use your imagination and plus your heart and soul in order to perfect your craft. Don’t be afraid to fail, and use every failure as an opportunity to improve and do better. In order to progress, you need to be willing to take risks, and you need to be as bad as you want to be. This is partly the art of Bruce Lee, do not imitate his style, use your own! Only untrained opinions can give you static ideas about what works, really try to figure out what makes you different from other martial artists. I like hard, complicated martial arts, people that are really committed to their style and use their art as a platform to challenge themselves. You should be able to do your forms without breaking a sweat. Way of fighting without the weapon. Although today many of the modern martial arts have taken a backseat to sports and competition, certain arts are still used for fight duels or knife duels because their practitioners are mainly people who want to use their abilities for protection. Being able to perform amazing moves is the upside to using physical art as an effective form of self-defense, which may or may not include the use of a weapon. These kinds of styles are often practiced by old and aging kung fu masters with a great distance since they practiced only for exercise. The performance of amazing moves in a real fight means a lot for the lowest belts. If you’re looking to learn martial arts you will find that even if you don’t have any experience of martial arts, you don’t have to think twice. The most important thing is practice, it’s one thing showing off your skill in the dojo, it’s another displaying your ability on the street and being able to save yourself or your loved ones. As your skill increases, you will notice that your self-defense extends past the dojo, past the scope of punching and kicking, and beyond. No matter how much you are training you make a conscious decision every morning that if violence does happen then you’re ready, your choice was made because you believe in your heart that you’re truly capable of protecting yourself and your loved ones. Today many of the traditional martial arts are based on karate. Bruce Lee was one of the designers of a modified version of tae kwon do and has probably had more influence on the martial arts than anyone else. There is no excuse; if you want to learn to fight then you must train. I wish I had Strength, speed, endurance, and power in these martial arts that could stay longer and less injured. One day I hope that the success, fame, and ADDitude of breaking bricks with your extended middle and ring kicks will be relegated to the mind and not the body. I try to think of that every day!