Learn Martial Arts For Self Defense

in combat •  last year 

Many people learn martial arts. There are different reasons behind learning martial arts. Maybe you love sports and want to be a champion and very popular. Maybe you want to impress some girls lol... I don't know.

Most people learn martial arts for self defense. If you have a clear idea of what you want to do with your martial arts skills, it gets easier to choose martial art. It will shape your entire journey of learning martial arts.

If you want to learn self defense so that you can use it when your life is in danger, you can choose martial arts that is direct, realistic and makes you ready to face real life situation. You can take a look at Wing Chun. This is one of the most popular martial arts.

We all know about Bruce Lee. But do you know which martial art did he learn at the beginning of his career?

He learned Wing Chun. Yip Man AKA, IP Man was his teacher. Then he moved on and learned different things. We know how Bruce Lee impacts thousands of people all over the world. Many people are inspired to learn martial arts watching his movies.

Martial Art is to stop the violence, not to create more. It is not just kicking and punching that we usually see from outside. It is more than that. Martial Art teaches you a lot of valuable lessons that you can implement in your life. You will learn to respect others. It can make a better person.

You can watch the video that I shared in this post. Hope you will find it inspiring. If you like martial arts, please follow me @RezoanulVibes. Please feel free to let me know your thoughts in the comment section. I'd love to hear from you.

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