My Idols. I got into music at an early age; I think I was around 13 years old when I discovered Bon Jovi. After I heard “Living On a Prayer,” I was hooked. I became a Bon Jovi aficionado when “New Jersey” came out and I heard “Bad Medicine” on the radio. “Bad Medicine” is my all time favorite Bon Jovi song. In My Own Words.
The Psychology of Martial Arts. Martial arts is a lifestyle in which one learns for self-defense. But martial arts is not just about learning self-defense and learning how to fight. Martial Art Philosophy.
Religion vs Spirituality. I was born Catholic but am now a Spiritual person, which means I am more into meditation and a free mind of thinking. When I was a kid, I was forced into this thing called catechism, which I did not understand. Spirituality Speaking.
Martial Arts and Mindset. Martial arts is great for your mind. Martial arts is a great type of mindset for your mind. Martial arts will keep your mind free from negativity. More than likely if you ARE experiencing negative feelings and emotions, it is because you are struggling with a form, technique, and / or speed, and it is overwhelming you. Facebook Lives.
Martial Arts and Disabilities. When you combine a person with a disability and martial arts, you get an individual who is not set in his / her ways to be able to function in every day life. In My Own Words.
Martial Arts Teaches Anger Control. In this post, martial arts teaches anger control and many other emotions that come over you. How many martial artists do you know who have anger issues and yet still train in martial arts? Martial Art Tip.