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Fighting Is Not Pretty In Real Life

There is an art form to martial arts, there’s no doubt about that. There’s a fluid nature of beauty that comes from the motions that come through. Watching someone go through the steps of tae kwon do, karate, judo, kung fu, and many other forms can be awe inspiring. However, the real art of fighting is not pretty.

Learning Martial Arts With Technology

If you were to travel back in time to feudal Japan, or you were to scale back centuries to the original Shaolin Temples, and you studied martial arts in the past, you would not have many options. You could either join a school and be a servant for life, or you could find a scroll or a teacher to individually teach you and show you the way. Today, there are more options than ever before, and you cannot compare the learning options of the past to the present as technology takes on a major role for those that are starting out and for the masters of any given style.

So You Want To Be Bruce Lee?

You can insert anyone you want into the name equation, but the message is going to be the same, you can do it. You want to be the next Bruce Lee? Sure, you can do it. Will it be something that you can do in the same time frame that he did? Not likely. Can you truly be as good as Bruce Lee?

Real Fighting Is Nothing Like Movies

Martial artists that first start to learn kung fu, karate, or any form that you can think of usually come into a school with the idea that they are going to learn how to kick butt like their favorite action stars. Some think that they’ll be the next big thing, or even have aspirations to be the next UFC champion. While those things are fine for most, it’s important to understand one thing about learning any style, and that’s the fact that it’s not like the movies.

Learning From Martial Arts Comedy

Like any other entertainment source, martial arts cinema has played a role in a lot of comedic endeavors. Some outright obvious, such as the original “Drunken Master”, and “Shaolin Soccer”. While the movies are played for laughs, there are still some interesting things that you can learn from them, as it is hard to separate pure fighting away from the lessons that have been passed down for centuries.

Become Better At Everything Through Martial Arts

Millions of people will start to think about the New Year as holidays approach rapidly. They’ll think about resolutions, changes, and different things that they want to accomplish in the coming year. One of them is making their lives better, and changing to something grand. For the millions of people that will think about their lives, and want true change, an option that should be looked at is martial arts.

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