How To Choose The Right Martial Art For You

Choosing a martial artwork will be extra difficult than most assume. Not solely there are numerous totally different martial arts, lots of them declare to supply one thing which they don’t ship as for instance the mandatory self protection information.

In this Martial Arts Explored episode I’ll share what I take into account to be crucial points when selecting the best martial artwork for you, primarily based on my 15 yr expertise of training and exploring martial arts.

If you get pleasure from important pondering then additionally take a look at my new channel The Journey, the place I share varied tales on classes that I discovered the arduous means and apply important pondering to different areas moreover martial arts similar to yoga, meditation, spirituality and way more:

For instance take a look at my video on how most of my Aikido college students deserted me right here:

00:00 Intro
00:50 Why it is tough to decide on a martial artwork
01:49 Asking the important query
03:13 Understanding self protection
04:40 What makes a martial artwork efficient
05:58 Learning prevention
07:06 What martial arts to keep away from
08:20 My personally really helpful martial arts

Welcome to the Martial Arts Journey YouTube channel!

My title is Rokas. I’m a Lithuanian man who educated Aikido for 14 years, 7 of them operating an expert Aikido Dojo till finally I noticed that Aikido doesn’t dwell as much as what it guarantees.

Lead by this realization I made a decision to make a daring step to shut my Aikido Dojo and transfer to Portland, Oregon for six months to start out coaching MMA on the well-known Straight Blast gymnasium Headquarters below head coach Matt Thornton.

After six months intensive coaching I had my first novice MMA combat after which I moved again to Lithuania. During all of this time I’m documenting my expertise via my YouTube channel referred to as “Martial Arts Journey”.

Now I’m slowly organising plans to proceed coaching MMA below high quality steerage and preparing for my subsequent MMA combat as I additional doc and share my journey and discoveries.

If you wish to assist my journey, you may make a donation to my PayPal at [email protected]

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21 thoughts on “How To Choose The Right Martial Art For You

  1. V says:

    im sick of men at my school backing me against walls because im smaller than them and they think its funny i cant fight back. i picked up boxing during lockdown, for self defense and for general exercise because i wanted to be healthier. it was good for a while, i have anger issues and it helped, but now its just frustrating, im not improving, and i want something else. something more about being fast and technical than about being fast and powerful. i'll keep doing boxing too, but im tryna figure out what else to try.

    edit just to clarify cause i overthought this after i wrote it: i know my situation isnt terrible. its some bullying, and a couple old dudes when i walk home – and i know plenty of other people have it way worse. just in case anyone experiencing worse read this and felt upset at how small my situation is compared to theirs. trust me, im aware its not a big deal.

  2. Chris Frappier says:

    What is the difference between Akido and Hapkido? And why is Akido not a good system? I am asking because these were my choices. I am planning on getting back into Martial arts and I like the style of both of the ones I am asking about.

  3. Pamela says:

    I personally believe I was made for martial arts. I did Taekwondo in my teen years and still can do a pretty good high kick if I say so myself. It was the only school near literally within a block of a distance to me and was closed down due to the owner having personal problems. I didn't continue because I had lost interest. And I always said I would go back and practice martial arts but never did. But how the world is lately I feel ready to go back tbh.

  4. Damien Letham says:

    I started thinking about Karate after watching Cobra Kai. There's also the fact that I started learning it when I was little, and briefly learning Tae Kwon Do a few years later – only getting like 1 or 2 belts of each. In other words, I've already picked up some of the basics and like the idea of learning it properly. Furthermore, it would be nice to do something that involves stretching and limbering up, since I tend to spend a lot of time sitting around feeling uncomfortably stiff.

  5. durban speciale says:

    Martial arts is like riding a sports motorcycle in the street amounts heavy traffic or cornering around hills near trees and graval verges. You need to practice the moves until they become automatic without thinking always prepared to save your life in an instant when confronted with a life treating situation just like riding a motorcycle.

  6. Stick of the truth says:

    For me it was quite simple. I read some boxing manhwa on webtoons called "the boxer" and thought it was real cool but something was missing, so I looked for something that uses other things like legs to hit with and I ended up with muay thai. Luckily, someone I know had a family member that did just that not too far away from where a live and it was/is pretty cheap to stay there which is nice.

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