Though it could be tough to accept, the way to becoming good hasn’t got much to do with special books or phenomenal natural talent. It is basically much more faster, in a way, and many of us could be disappointed to find the martial arts is not as paranormal as they believed. But do not be discouraged! Anybody can become good still, even without all of the fables about super powers and special capabilities and old hermit teachers. Just try these tips.
1.) Focus – You want to focus on what you do. When you’re coaching, you have to be in the instant, only considering what you are working on. Focus is important in anything in life.
2) Dedication / Determination – How are you able to get anywhere if you do not care about it – or you quit? You have got to keep it up, be devoted to what you do, and work through it for good or bad.
3) Goals – Without focus, this is very unlikely. But now you understand one you want to realise that to get somewhere, you’ve got to set a goal. The human mind has a tendency to work better towards something if they know what it is and if it is desirable. Set targets ; become a goal orientated person.
4) Tough work – Yes folk, it actually boils down to good ol’ fashioned difficult work. You cannot get anything that you desire without working for it, particularly in the martial arts. If you try your 200% best, you’ll get results – and keep getting them.
5) Repetition / Relentless Practice – You have to do your forms and systems repeatedly again, and you must do them each day. This is how you get good. Repetition brings speed, power and your muscles become used to the movement so it become easy. When you start out doing a round house kick, it can be truly hard and exhausting. as you practice over and over again each day, after a bit it becomes so straightforward it takes practically no strength to supply devastating blows. Heck, you may even practice in your mind’s eye while sitting at work or driving in the vehicle, or in the bed sick!
6) Acute awareness of detail – As martial artists, we don’t depend on beast strength or other physical features to deal with. We use strategy, because method is superior. Attention to those miniscule details is what will do or die us as martial artists. Particularly smaller, weaker artists.
7) Humbleness – This is the last, but definitely not the least. In truth, this is the most significant thing to keep in mind. In the martial arts, you test your ego at the door. If you are so impressed with yourself, how are you able to see your shortcomings? Folks won’t like you, and you will no longer improve. And for what? So you can feel all mighty? Mildness is absolutely critical. If you’re missing this, then you’re not a real martial artist. Try these pointers fastidiously and I guarantee that you’re going to improve greatly.
And don’t forget to work conscientiously, practice consistently, set targets, stay targeted, and remain humble.