Why Do We Train the Techniques of the Ancient Warriors?

Why is it that we train in so tough in martial arts? Why do we take the time in our day to push ourselves in something most of us could not ever have to use in actual everyday life? We break our bones, pull ligaments, tear tendons, pull muscles, put up with neck pains, and just mention a couple of issues that happen soon after a tough day of training. We are constantly in discomfort when we wake up from an excellent training session. Though to me, it is what I call a good/bad feeling. But, we by no means quit, even when injured. Over the years I have personally lost a couple of teeth training, also as other parts. In a civilized world we do this to maintain youth and health, if injuries occur, its just component of the game.

The only logical answer that fits the majority of accurate full-time martial artists is, the interest in practicing the fighting strategies of ancient warriors is within your bloodline. It’s a great possibility you exist since your ancestors won some sort of past battle in more than one era inside your loved ones history.

So, what exactly is it that attracts us to put in all this effort to develop these “super powers” martial art gives us? Ever notice we look up to the individual who can perform a martial style with the coolest searching moves that look like they can kill or maim an individual? Those moves that look like the “secrets of the ancients!” Here’s yet another example; you bring in an actual nice knife, they all have to hold it, admire it, slash and thrust with it. You know their imagination is running rampant whilst playing with that gorgeous searching tool of death. As a fan of a nice looking weapons myself, I do find that specific admiration to be fairly amazing. That admiration, or even the fear some people have when there’s a knife around. Either emotion is now component of our natural instinct because of a bladed weapons being such a part of human nature in 1 way or one more.

Back to the blade topic again; I would believe the reason we all have this admiration for the bladed weapons and feel attracted to them is because our ancestors have such a long history, in fact going back to the beginning of man making use of the blade to survive. Each culture adapted to the blade for survival. You see the folks that join a good martial art school and they do not remain that lengthy. Possibly they decided it’s not a priority in their life. More than most likely, those men and women are not of a warrior bloodline.

Nicole Thomas

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