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Attitude towards karate

A large proportion of people who want to do karate, are attracted by the popularity of these magazines (films, exhibitions, publications etc ...) other, they do so by the desire to find a way to resolve violent situations.

From the beginning, the practitioner realizes that its objectives will be met if there is a progressive and persistent training. Some beyond this preliminary survey, it started shortly after leaving. Obviously these people have no will to work and excuse themselves saying that karate is not for them, preferring to target their interests to something less demanding. Fortunately, most participating in a class, continue with the practice of this dynamic art.

During the first weeks, students learn many techniques and progress. During this time, it is so obvious that it leads to impatience, in addition to notice a physical mejoradísimo.

It is very important that in addition to the tenacity put in training, there is regular, hence it is vital to follow a reasonably serious program to prevent diversion of the ultimate goal, for example suspended in training after several weeks, it is difficult to resume activity and even though I work at intervals of time, months if not months, will be producing more harm than good.

Learning to control the impatience, accept criticism, to train regularly are the most important mental disciplines that a karateka should be required.

It is interesting to note the circumstances that lead a person to abandon the practice of a martial art, and some of them which are described below:
"Demoralized by the fact that other people entered the gym, at the same time we have achieved major accomplishments (they have a belt higher than ours, better physical properties, elasticity, strength, etc ...).

"The lack of confidence in our ability to reach a higher level.

"If you start practicing at a young age, there are several causes that may influence or at least persuade him to not have the time, including: Circle of friends with different tastes and objectives, study, work, marriage, etc. ..

-Negative and aggressive attitudes among practitioners permitted by the instructors.

To counter these negative influences are different attitudes within the tatami that influence the practitioner to show a disciplined approach in the same, they may be, the atmosphere within it, the proper training program and the ability of the instructor, the good relationship between students , which leads to other actions outside the "Tatami".

That specific atmosphere that exists within the Dojo is very subtle to define. This is largely conveyed by the way the others move, discipline, and how they respond to the demands, in essence that energy that overwhelms us when we watch others work hard.

In the absence of this climate, Dojo seems to be a lifeless place, it is very important for the image that gives the instructor. A bad teacher, unable to command respect, inept teachers, lack of knowledge, both as regards the fitness-which is more common - the technique obviously going to fail in creating the enabling environment.

For these reasons, and to sum up, we can say that the karateka who trains regularly, it is because he values the fact that mental fitness and receiving, will give a strong body and an iron will, which is present in every moment of his life, both in the Dojo and in his private life.

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