The Real Art of Self-Defense,
Self-defense and martial arts
Highly considered is a more experienced martial artist with the absolute notion that the karate master is a professional defender. The defensive area in which he works is not close to the type of area in which he may be attacked.
A trained military professional may have the ability to remain calm and respond effectively in some situations but please do not make the mistake of thinking that you are a trained professional defense. Probably not. Yes, there are certain programs that will equip you better than others if you happen to meet physically for no reason, but, it is almost impossible to find a place to practice or a situation to compare with the real thing.
In this case, the young man climbs the stairs to his third-floor apartment with his cell phone on his shoulder. It’s been a long day of self-consciousness. Suddenly, without warning, she was attacked by two men, one with a knife. Give us your bag and phone or I’ll cut you a friend.
This condition can arouse strong emotions in any of us, adrenaline rush, rapid heartbeat, fear, etc. This highlights a common feature of subtle attacks such as the one described in the real world, there is no time for warmth, no bumps. near sparring or free karate gi. The traditional dojo passes through endless repetition of the basic elements kata and a Kumite drill on wooden floors in a well-lit area.
However, this is not a defense. Because, without the training of condition awareness and environmental considerations that may be a threat to you or your loved ones, you are not fully performing self-defense or self-defense as it is also referred to. Unfortunately, all of this cannot be repeated in a safe dojo environment, or all the different types of physical attacks some people have experienced.
Therefore, when training your chosen martial arts to ensure true readiness, continuous and firm awareness try to gradually introduce situations to replicate close to the types of attacks you face outside the dojo area or the comfort zone.
For example, try to train unless it is possible to combine all the things mentioned earlier. Wear tight jeans or a skirt now, try making a roundhouse kick up on your opponent’s head now, easy now? It does not work and one should never try to fight the road. Bring some truth to your training. Outdoor training, especially in rain or snow, can help to improve your understanding of the environment and the development of the environment as well as the ability to use your skills under unusual circumstances.
Once you or your students begin to understand situation considerations and solutions your training will take on a whole new meaning. It is good to do kata and its plans but real fighting is a completely different story. Remember, styles do not win combat. Such changes can introduce students to features of training that they may not be aware of or that they need to know about. Continuing to train in the same way can breed dissatisfaction and can put you at risk. Don’t forget, we’re talking about real defense here. False training can give you a false sense of security and can put you at risk. In addition, the dojo is not the rear of the inner city so balance is important, and to use the many situations you can find yourself in to ensure maximum use of skills as a martial artist.
Traditional martial arts have a great value that gives a person who wants to improve themselves in many different ways. It is full of history, power, and character. But you have to close that gap between dojo training and fighting in the real world. If not, you will never learn the true art of self-defense.