I'm afraid Martial Arts training will make my kid more violent?

I'm afraid Martial Arts training will make my kid more violent?

We hear this a lot and the truth is, it does exactly the opposite. 

First, we teach them to only use their martial arts "When their life or the life of a loved one is in mortal danger, never in anger." We go into great detail teaching them what this means.

Secondly, most people who put a lot of time and effort into their training begin to put a certain value on it and don't want to waste it on something stupid like just getting angry. We teach them it's like wearing your best suit to go play at the beach.

Thirdly, as they learn to control their body and add spirit to their techniques, they learn a greater self control, no longer reacting to the impulses of anger.

Lastly, there grows an appreciation for how dangerous fighting really is, even with training. Joe Rogan says: "Too many young people are willing to get into fights and not know how to fight.
I've been training and fighting my whole life and I am terrified to get into fights.
I just can't imagine putting myself in that situation with no skill at all."

So why learn to fight at all? Master Brown says, "Better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war." 

Give your kid the skills they may need someday, give yourself the peace of mind that they can defend themselves.



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