Martial arts is a great way to get in shape and learn self-defense. But it’s not just about learning how to punch someone in the face! Martial arts can be so much more than that. The benefits of the practice include better balance, coordination, strength, and flexibility. Plus, you get to meet new people who are also interested in martial arts. So if you’re thinking about starting up your martial arts practice seven days a week (or even twice), here are some reasons why:
You or your muscles get used to it!
The body adapts to the stress of martial arts practice by becoming stronger, faster, and more flexible. Our bodies can become so accustomed to this type of repetitive motion that we may begin seeing results even before we’re ready for them! That’s why it’s important not only to train hard but also to take breaks from training during your week-long martial arts class. The best way of doing this is by taking short walks outside every day or doing some light exercises like pushups or situps between classes.
You get to be better at it
- You can practice more and get better at it.
- You can practice more and get better at it faster.
- You can practice more and get better at it without getting injured.
- You can practice more and get better at it without getting bored!
You can make friends!
With the constant practice of martial arts, you can make friends with anyone interested in the same thing you are. Everyone has something to share, and everyone wants to talk about it! You can also meet like-minded people who aren’t into martial arts but want to learn more about it or have an interest in some other topic as well.
You can also meet people who aren’t interested at all by simply being yourself around them—no matter what they may think or say about your style of fighting (or lack thereof). If your friend asks why you do this every day without fail, tell them that it’s because it makes me feel good inside when I’m tired after work; then smile confidently while nodding vigorously until their faces turn red before walking away quickly toward another friend waiting nearby.
It can become part of your life
- You can make it part of your life.
- You can make it a daily routine, even if that means you only get to do it once a week.
- You can make it part of your identity, so that when people ask what you do and how long have you been doing martial arts, they know exactly what they’re talking about (and maybe even why).
Setting a goal of doing it seven days a week can give you the impetus to start doing it more often. You can use this challenge to motivate yourself to get fit, or better yet, lose weight.
It’s also an excellent way to keep track of your progress and see how much improvement you’re making over time.
Practice martial arts more often!
If you’re like me and have a lot going on in your life, it can be hard to find time for martial arts practice. Seven days seems like a long time. But if you want to do martial arts more often and have things in your life that support that, then there are many good reasons to try it!
First, if you have children or other responsibilities outside of the gym that make getting there tricky or impossible for any given day (like having dinner with family). Then being able to train once per week might be enough. If this isn’t an option for any reason (maybe because they’re still at school). I recommend trying at least twice per week instead of just once. Making sure they get their class every other weekend would help them feel more connected with the program overall—and if possible even add another type into their schedule once per month, so they don’t miss out on anything too much either way!
If you’re ready to take martial arts practice seriously, start by setting up a healthy routine. And being consistent with your schedule. Then, keep going! It might not be easy at first, but with the right mindset and persistence. You can get a lot out of this training.