A Speech on “Studying Martial Arts Is Good for Mind and Health”

All over the world, martial arts are very famous nowadays, whether it is karate or taekwondo, or any other type of martial art. These Martial arts are a great one of a great way of achieving and maintaining physical fitness. But not only physical fitness, but these age-old martial arts also have more specific benefits as per some people. The films like The Karate Kid are marketed on the idea that these martial arts may have a spiritual aspect. And it is not something we can decline quickly because it is partly true. Martial arts affect not only our physical health but also have great benefits for our mental health.

Martial Arts can be counterintuitive at the surface, but it actually helps people a lot to lead more peaceful and self-controlled lives. This happens because there are a number of explanations and the one mindfulness of the one who practices martial arts. 

To achieve a certain amount of expertise in martial arts, it is crucial to pay very close attention while practicing it. Especially martial arts are very helpful for people with certain conditions like those who struggle with attention or have trouble focusing, including with ADHD type diseases. Martial arts build the skill of concentration in people.

This has been proven in several studies conducted to learn more about martial arts. Not only children but adults also received the attention and concentration benefits of martial art. Martial arts improve the training of attention and training attention both. 

In addition, by improving the skills of attention, martial arts can provides us with a number of benefits that can stimulate good mental health. People who suffer from depression can have a number of benefits from physical exercise like martial arts. Exercise accelerates the release of feel-good chemicals like endorphins and cannabinoids in our brain that can definitely lift our mood up.

There are other benefits too. For example, martial arts have a mood-boosting benefit which is similar to the benefits that come from grasping any hobby. Martial arts can help people a lot who suffers from anger issue or mental disorder like anxiety, and it could give someone confidence too because martial arts can be a channel to redirect their energy through it.

There is a famous quote by MARCUS AURELIUS Regarding this, “People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.”

Practicing the skills of martial arts is like giving yourself another chance to live life fully.

Last but not the least, people who learn martial arts feel empowered by physical and mental strength and attentiveness. Author Becky Oberg told that “the true payoff of martial arts is an unexpectedly ironic one.” 

 People who learn martial arts tend to avoid fights because it is an important part of it.

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