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Rocco E. White




03 Apr 1993

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Published on: 22 Jul 2019 by rocco

Karate For Kids - Character Development

Karate training for kids is a world away from adult karate classes, isn't it?Children simply do not have the physical strength of an adult, but they have the "clear mind", which is certainly a great advantage when someone begins to learn karate. Generally, they are more flexible than us, adults, and they learn karate faster, especially kata karate for more info is starting to look good for our karate children, but wait. Adults can understand the deeper significance of karate movements and the philosophy of martial arts and, of course, in self-defense, adults can defend themselves against other adults while a child has no chance against an aggressor over 200 lb. + fed with fabrics.But I would like to delve deeper into the development of the character along with karate for children.This opens up a whole new area for me. Children are easily affected, and if they truly admire someone, they will do almost anything for that person. Therefore, I think there should be more control over karate instructors, perhaps a governing body that regulates martial arts instructors.Karate instructors are shaping these young minds and sometimes they do not do a good job.Adults are different. When an adult begins karate, he has already forged his character and faith. However, a child is like a sponge, absorbs knowledge and experiences and decides to catalog information.If adults lose patience quickly, they are sad, unpleasant, jealous, selfish, it is very difficult for them to change, I think it is possible, but very difficult. It is much easier to help children with these problems.I have always tried to infuse all the positive traits of human character with my students, and I think it's more important than how good they can fight.

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