Anyone interested in martial arts? In general I mean. Which do you study? Why did you choose those?
Is yours practical, artistic, for sport, or what?
I am generally interested. Would love to learn some Aikijutsu and Jujutsu, but there aren't any classes in my neck of the woods.
Kickboxing and Greco-Roman wrestling are a good base to learn other martial arts, Kung Fu, Krav Maga, etc. I mean, even in themselves they provide a pretty decent skill-set for self defense in most situations, despite the fact that they are sports.
I am a 24 year old male who is relatively fit, but has had no training in any martial arts at all. Most of the people I know who are/were in martial arts classes started very young (like 8 or so years old). Do dojo's train older people?
course they do, that's why there are adult classes. i trained in muay thai for a while. not so much hte martial art as the boxing style. most places offer adult classes. but im in north america. it could be different elsewhere.
I practice capoeira for the fun of it
Hi I'm Cecilia and I need your help you. I'm study English and I have to do a work about hobbies and I choose Martial arts Can you help me? Tell me the reasons why I should to start to learn this dicipline
Having spent most of my days sitting down in front of a computer, I'm very, very unfit. Lately, I've been thinking about doing somehting to better it, at least a little. I’ve got no motivation to simply train using weights, but doing some kind of martial art might be a good way to go about it. I've been thinking that kendo could be fun, but I'm indecisive as fuck when it comes to these things.
>>27 probably some team oriented sport is more appropriated to get you moving.
Krav maga is very nice for self defense, or so it seems for what I've seen of it.
I think that if God wills, I'll be learning some Judo, very fun, and ideal to mix it w/ k.m.