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Published on: 08 Nov 2017 by lezang

Should the parents give their daughter to the karate section?

What is the motivation of parents in deciding to give a child to a karate section/club? If it's a boy, it seems to be clear and even logical. But the girl is karate? Why do they not give their daughter to the sports dance, gymnastics or figure skating section, but choose Karate or other martial arts? Karate has a lot of perks. International experience is also important. In Japan, for example, almost all martial arts groups have roughly equal numbers of boys and girls. They both use the same uniform in karate training and have no discrimination between them. Besides, they have a lot of brand for karate uniform and they awesomely develop on that. Among of the top uniform brands "Tokaido Karate Gi"(You can know more about tokaido karate gi from here-http://www.mykaratestore.com/blog/5-ways-to-tell-if-your-tokaido-karate-gi-is-really-from-japan/) is one of them. As there has same priority on mem and women, they have greatly shone in this field.  And this is not so much the case that in the east of martial arts is a part of the culture, but that martial arts are a very good form of raising both the spiritual and the physical abilities of the child. 

The Karate section is an excellent option for those who want to give their child commissioned development.

 

 Karate for Girls

 If you decide to give your daughter to the Karate section, be sure to study our article as a good choice of partition.

Plus Karate for girls

In fact, karate for girls is perceived by parents as a whole list of advantages: It is also a certainty that a daughter can stand up for herself; It is also the guarantor of the child's physical health; It is also considered important that karate is not only an emphasis on physical training but also martial arts, with its own philosophy and desire for the internal harmony of the individual.

Thus, karate for girls is a world that promotes the full and harmonious development of a future woman. But let's talk about the pros more ... There's a lot of work in the outer lung.

Of course, practice will not be easy. The basis of karate is the desire to prevent close contact with the adversary, to disarm it quickly. The girls are working on such shocks, which are capable of "stacking" the opponent as short a time as possible. Here we see one of the main pros-the self-defense skills.

It should also be noted that karate is a martial arts that is difficult to stay away from forever. Yes, a girl will need a lot of effort to achieve the desired impact and effectiveness. That's probably why they say karate helps shape a particular kind of character. In this regard, the benefit of Karate for girls is to develop a sense of purpose and self-confidence. Karate provides not only for self-defense and assault skills, for the ability to apply them in all circumstances, but also for not giving up in any situation. This is not a negligible plus.

 As we have said, training contributes to the development of flexibility, speed, and strength, which will, of course, have a positive impact on the health of the girl child. However, outside womanhood is only a win, and "angularity" figures are simply not karatistkam. We note that in many schools, breathing exercises are also being studied.

 

Possible negatives of Karate for girls

 Before giving my daughter to the karate section, it should be borne in mind that karate is a rather traumatic type of martial arts. In the case of a fall, fractures and other injuries may occur, and karate often suffers joints. The child's strength, therefore, needs to be adequately assessed in the first place: if there are even slight diseases of the joints, hearts, arterial pressures, neuralgic diseases of the spine, no sense of balance, at least it should be To tell the future coach or not to risk your daughter's health and to forget martial arts.

 

Male and female Karate

 If you return to the "male" and "female" Karate division, you should immediately say that this is not an acceptable approach. It is not possible to divide martial arts into karate for boys and karate for girls. Children, regardless of gender, find themselves and each other beautifully in the halls. With accustomed children, playfulness and directness, which is particularly pronounced in pre-school age, they are happy to immerse themselves in class and go along on the path of martial arts.

Karate Boys and girls

Note that in 8-10 years there is little difference in the training of boys and girls, and quite often in groups, coaches conduct joint exercises. And from 10-12 years of age, when children have a competitive period in karate, there is a division for boys and girls competitions. This is mainly the case for Kumite, because, in children's tournaments, it is often possible to see a joint competition in kata without dividing the boys and girls. However, with the increased technical skills of cadets and juniors, many coaches nevertheless practice mixed duels, both as tests and as preparation for competitions.

 

To the rights of opinion

 In conclusion, it is worth emphasizing once again that karate is an excellent opportunity for the girl to develop in an appropriate, harmonious way. Parents understand and lead their daughters to sections and karate clubs. This led to the appearance in Russia of well-known athletes like Elena sampling of Volgograd, Svetlana Prikazchikova of Engels, Elena Ponomarev of Moscow, Maria Sobel of Vladikavkaz (currently the only A Russian world champion of karate, Inga Sherozia were returned from St. Petersburg and others. There is no doubt that they will be followed by a new constellation of young and talented athletes who will be able to compete successfully in many forms of martial arts, including karate. And their path will also begin with parents looking for schools, clubs, and sections where girls have another hobby. Because of karate suits everyone, regardless of gender.

 

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