Saturday, October 24, 2009
The Defense and Martial Arts emotional reaction and response
The Defense and Martial Arts emotional reaction and response The media have the perception that ordinary people in the street are in constant danger of aggression, and self-defense classes promise to show their fear. For students, most martial arts schools teach U.S. defense methods. Make many statements about the benefits of martial arts techniques to defend against attacks. Such situations of aggression are rare, however, and can be avoided by not putting in danger (for example, do not walk around Bad neighborhoods after dark, not for the purchase or sale of illegal drugs, not hanging around bar, not to deal with groups, and so on). The tender and aware of their environment and to recognize the nature of acts that might be in some places are the first line of defense. The media have the perception that ordinary people in the street are in constant danger of aggression, and self-defense classes promise to show their fear. In truth, this perception is largely false, as more people are injured in cases of domestic violence on streets from strangers. To be effective, defense classes are just the feeling of fear. If a person is actually attacked on the street by a stranger, the main problem in defense is not usually a lack of physical capacity for the attack, but an emotional reaction, such as anger or panic, which in tu a bad situation worse. Panic can be paralyzing and invite attack, while anger can lead to damage as well as frightening or angering an attacker to further violence. Training in the martial arts is the emotional reaction to violent clashes. After many hours of practice, a blow or a kick is just a physical force, a fist or foot is easy to handle, and the meeting is not yet as a personal attack. Students lea coordination and good self-confidence, characteristics that are potential aggressors to be aggressive in the first place. In martial arts, simply, to be charged for a longer period may be the most important element of effective self-defense, as he taught a specific technique. Focusing on self-defense in today's world, the techniques taught in martial arts. In the mode world, no one can be a sword-swinging samurai. Instead, an unarmed attacker, or a baseball - BAT, knife or gun. Techniques to fight the battle are not very useful in these situations. The emphasis on these techniques has proved effective in most styles of martial arts and has been replaced by techniques that are on our time.