Martial Arts Teaches Focusing
Did you know that the average human being has an attention span between 7 – 10 seconds? Did you know that it’s harder for a person, particularly a child, to be able to focus on studies than it is for an adult to focus on work?
There is a solution to this. It is called martial arts. In martial arts, when you have a really good instructor, the instructors and the head master of the school has a regimen in which teaches you to be able to focus. This is called martial art forms.
There are many styles in martial arts. In all these styles there is always a form in which you have to learn to be able to rank up to the next belt. In order to rank up to the next belt, you have to be able to memorize the form. Now, depending on the martial art style, there can be between 5 to 20 to 30 different types of steps to be able to memorize in a form. Sometimes there are even 60 to 90 steps depending on how high of a rank in which you are going for to be able to rank up. So, you have to memorize all those steps, because in order to pass, you have to be able to complete the form and acceptance of the requirement approved by the instructor.
Doing forms helps you to be able to focus. In doing so with these steps, you have to be able to memorize them, which is able to help you improve your concentration and your focus even more. What’s more better about doing these forms is the ability to get along and improve your team work and effort with others. When in doing forms, not only do you improve your focus and concentration, it gives you the sensibility and capability to be able to learn how to work well with others. You have to be able to communicate and get along with your instructors when it comes to doing forms and learning other techniques in which you learn in martial art class.
If you have a child or are an adult, or are someone with a disability or has an A-D-D deficit, it is a good thing to learn martial arts. It teaches you to improve your concentration and your focus.
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