Strength & Flexibility
It's no seceret that Martial Arts has always been one of the best ways to keep you in shape, you only have to look at the Martial Arts film stars such as Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet-Lei the awesome Chuck Norris and the split master himself Jean Claud Van Dam to see how Martial Arts can shape your body.
How To Choose A Martial Arts Club
Martial arts has seen a huge rise in popularity, with it now being considered a mainstream sport, especially with personalities like Conor McGregor, Jon Jones and Tony Ferguson really engaging with people on a wider platform than ever before. Adding to this, is the new wave of celebrities getting involved with MMA too, with the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Aaron Chalmers and most recently James Haskell who have all taken up various forms of MMA.
Fighting Back Against ADD – How Martial Arts Can Help Children with ADD
With martial arts growing in popularity year on year, there are a multitude of reasons as to why someone might consider taking up a martial art. From wanting to learn how to defend yourself, to wanting get fitter and healthier or even to compete on an amateur or professional level. However, there are other reasons however as to why people are taking up martial arts. Research has found that martial arts can have a dramatic affect on a variety of mental health issues, ranging from anger management to depression. Many people have also found martial arts has a particularly positive effect on children who suffer with ADD/ADHD.
The mental and physical health benefits from doing martial arts
We are all well aware that physical exercise can help in many ways, but how exactly does martial arts benefit our physical and mental health? Whether you’re an adult or a child, here are a few reasons you should get involved to give your brain and body that much-needed boost.