Some finding martial arts training is just for a rare moment when you or a loved one is hired, but what if martial arts could be used every day in your life?
Would you like more? Are you aware of the surrounding, faster, stronger, better balance, better responses and ability to think clearly under stress that is important to you?
Martial arts are then perfect for you! Caution, always consult your doctor before exercising. Let me tell you about some of my personal experiences that might benefit you ….
Use attack attacks and multiple attacks and see if it does not increase the overall awareness of the environment.
I have a good response, but I've also been faster faster. Part of the increased rate I have to lend to the Honolulu Sparring Club. A lot of great fighters who taught me how to look stupid do not let me get away with things I had used to getting away.
Training with people faster than you and doing speedy exercises will increase your overall speed.
I'm definitely stronger from some exercises in physics I've developed and practiced.
The strength comes not only to prospective positions, arms, legs, etc. Also holds unusual positions. For example, my inverters and adventurers, who are the muscles that turn my ankles in and out, gained strength from performing many pleasures while balancing one foot. I have taken steps of invisible balls and in invisible holes that should have exploded my ankle, but it just does not happen. My back is stronger from backups too.
As you have read earlier, it is very important to perform many happy. I know the center of gravity better than the average. I should also say this to prevent workouts. Even if I travel, I catch myself.
There is a difference between faster and faster response. A reaction is a reaction to stimulus. You can learn a reaction or unintentionally. Pulling your hand from heat would be an example of unintentional reaction. Learned reflection, which I'm discussing here, is obtained with repetitive movements like a factory worker like screws on the same nuts and balls and escapes it. Sometimes this movement, through repetition, is sent to the lower part of the brain near the spinal cord. Learned reflexes are also referred to by a very inaccurate period of muscle memory. Muscles have electrical and chemical reactions, not memories. A correct concept is learned response.
Although the reactions are primarily unique to the activities you have practiced, martial arts have such a wide range of responses trained in us, I think I might respond to something from jumping out of cars where the moron is turning right when you look left in a row or grab a pen before it hits the floor.
I find both blocking exercises and exhaustive exercises great exercises to increase reaction time or to learn the reaction rate.
Thoughts under stress
It's dark. I travel down highway 16 in Illinois with my female friend. The car ahead of me is going to be terribly slow.
No, do not wait!
I slipped the breaks and started pumping them to maintain control of the car.
I'm not gonna do that!
I turn left and avoid the car while it breaks.
OTHER CAR STOP IN THE LINE LANE!
I refuse to avoid the car and finally stop.
The emergency over, my body was relaxed, still ready to take action, my adrenaline was pumping. I considered these physiological responses as if I were a third party inside me. All these emergency procedures decreased for 30 seconds for one minute after we had stopped safely.
My friend, however, could not settle for half a night.
But wait, I told you to use your daily right? I'm a rather bad driver if I did it daily. The same precise training, to think clearly under stress, is used every day at work. Deadlines and sales promotions, the ability to think clearly and beyond the box are not just part of martial arts training, they are a sign of leadership skills!
Yes, you can find other actions to give you all of these daily benefits, but it's not an action that I can think of covering all these benefits in one activity and teaches you to protect your physical and mental shape where you try to stay.