How to Master Real Martial Arts
Article by Jennifer
In the world of martial arts, it’s not always the most talented who wins. No, not the fastest, strongest, most flexible, whichever natural quality – you name it – is not the essence for the great fighter. The essence lies inside, and I’ll explain you how to bring that power outside in practical terms – not in a new age sense.
Now, I’m sure you’ll be familiar with the situation I’ll present to you. That’s the norm for lots of movies and tales, but it doesn’t seem to be taken seriously anymore.
You have two guys – one of them has been naturally endowed with the ability to jump high, run quickly and punch hard. He’s pretty good at it.
Then you have another guy, who doesn’t seem to be much. Just another common guy you think.
The talented kid is regarded in his circle as the best, besides not having to do much to keep that title. The other guy praises the talented kid, seeing him as an example to be followed. He uses him as motivation for training harder, essentially doing the ONLY THING he (and anyone for that matter) can do to improve himself.
Time goes by and the guy’s natural talent is not polished, since he’s already the best, there’s no need for him to do anything. The normal guy, on the other hand, has learned from the time he spent training that he is IN FACT in control of his abilities. He set out to train and that’s what he did – he end up surpassing the talented guy by far.
He who learned the essence is the one who has really mastered the martial arts. To master a real martial art is to master life itself, since this knowledge flows into all areas. There’s no other way to master a real martial art than to do what the normal kid did: strive hard.
So, here’s the deal:
1) Practice. No matter what, when or how, if you want to succeed, be it at real martial arts or playing the piano – practice is what will get you success.
2) Have faith in yourself. Know your practice will bring you results, be sure of it. That’ll be your motivation.
3) Be persistent. Don’t give up when it starts getting though – that’s when you have to renew your faith and go even harder at it.
Keep these in mind and you’ll always succeed. And being a real martial artist, you’ll always be confident and safe of yourself when in a real life situation.
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About the Author
I’m a young person who loves writing and decided to use it for something. I also practice martial arts for some time now, and I see much wrong stuff around, so I decided to write about it to help people looking for the real deal.
If you’ve found my tips helpful, then you might want to check out the blog I’m developing: http://seriousmartialarts.wordpress.com/ – I plan on updating at least weekly, or as much as I can.