Do u think it is a good idea for martial arts training to be compulsory in primary school?
Lots of people think learning to swim is important, as it is a survival skill. In my opinion, martial arts is an even more important survival skill (especially for girls) we should not be encouraging people to get into street fights, but should be able to defend them self, against an aggressor, in a street fight. Professional warriors, usually learn up to 3 different fighting styles, because, each fighting style got strength and weaknesses, as somebody who is not a professional warrior, knowing 3 fighting style isn't necessary, but should at least know 1 fighting style for self defense purpose
Martial arts teach control over your mind and your own body. They help you understand your body and how it works. It can help with stability and posture.
Many sports focus on agility and brute force but martial arts are about mindfulness and awareness.
It's also nice to know how to block and throw a punch without hurting yourself.
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