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How to Start Martial Arts Training at Home

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Many people dream about learning martial arts. Maybe you wanted to try karate classes as a kid but never got the chance, or maybe you’re intrigued by all of the unique martial arts equipment like nunchaku or swords. Or possibly you’re just looking to learn some simple self-defense moves. If you’re interested in starting martial arts at home but don’t know where to begin, this guide is for you.

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If it’s been your life-long dream to try out martial arts, then I have good news for you! Yes, you can start martial arts training at home. Whether you can do it effectively is another question. If you want to become an elite MMA fighter or boxer, then training at home isn’t a good choice. In fact, most martial arts have some element of combat involved, so you’ll need to find a trained sparring partner.

Remember that just because you can start training at home doesn’t mean you should always train at home. You’ll progress faster if you learn from an expert. Without an exceptional teacher to provide feedback and insight, you’re not going to reach your full potential as a fighter. You need a trained professional to help correct your form and work on advanced techniques.

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Post time 2020-5-31 21:51:57 | Show all posts
Let’s use football as an example. If a football player only practiced kicking the ball into an empty net by himself and nothing else, then he wouldn’t become a fundamentally sound player. Sure, he might get better at striking the ball but, there’s much more to football than this one move. Now, what if this same soccer player primarily trained at home in his backyard, but the difference is he has a coach come to his house 2 times per week and help him with his form? Perhaps he also plays football every night in the backyard with a couple of his buddies. He gets better at dribbling, scoring, understanding plays, defense, and increases his overall physical fitness.

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Post time 2020-5-31 21:53:20 | Show all posts
He wouldn’t become the next David Beckham by primarily training at home, but the addition of a personal coach and some practical experience would make him a more well-rounded player. Keep this analogy in mind if you’re looking to start martial arts at home. Are you already going to classes? You can practice at home on days when you’re not at the studio. As long as you’re taking the necessary days you need for rest and recovery, then you can definitely further your martial arts skills at home. Instead of sparring with a partner, you can focus on things like conditioning, proper form, and stretching.


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Post time 2020-5-31 21:54:22 | Show all posts
You’ll never truly master martial arts by training at home by yourself. However, there are some online training programs that can help you learn the basics. Spend some time learning a little bit about different types of martial arts before making a decision on which one is right for you.

To narrow down your search, you can write off learning MMA, Muay Thai, BJJ, Taekwondo, or any other martial art that’s dependent on having another person to practice with.Keep in mind you can always learn the theory behind martial arts from the comfort of your home. There are multiple courses available online that teach you about the history, techniques, and movements of various types of martial arts. They won’t help you practice techniques or give you feedback, but they can arm you with knowledge.

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Post time 2020-5-31 21:54:37 | Show all posts
Tai Chi is very focused on self-practice, so it can be a good choice for you to learn martial arts at home. There is also no sparring in Tai Chi, which makes it ideal for practicing alone. On the other hand, you’ll need to confer with an expert in order to make sure your technique is right. If you're interested, this guide on how to start tai chi for beginners is a good place to start.

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If you’re interested in cardio and burning lots of calories, cardio kickboxing might be for you! Unlike traditional kickboxing, sparring isn’t part of cardio kickboxing classes. However, kickboxing places a lot of emphasis on the proper technique which can be nearly impossible to achieve if you’re practicing on your own. This guide on kickboxing for beginners is a good place to start and get familiar with the sport.

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Edited by Mjngd at 2020-6-9 11:32

The standard combat fighter formations of the 4th generation fighter era may not be appropriate for the stealth fighters like the F-22 and the F-35. The F-22s are in short supply with only 180 or so units flying, so flights of 2 seem appropriate. The F-35 should soon have plenty of units, but like the F-22, stealth tactics may be better served by having the fighters spaced well apart, maybe miles. The idea is to keep opposing fighters, AWACS, or air defense missile systems from detecting more than one fighter. A second fighter could stay at a little safer distance and be the one to actually launch BVR missiles which are command launched from the first stealth fighter that found a target.





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Post time 2020-5-31 22:04:21 | Show all posts
Many people who start learning martial arts become life-long practitioners, so there’s no specific timeline to keep in mind. As a general rule, you should train at your own pace. It’s common to do 1-2 classes per week, so aim for 45-60 minutes at least once a week. Once you feel more comfortable with some basic movements you can transition to classes at a studio. Logen Lanka, the founder of Way of Ninja, recommends training approximately 29 hours to reach a basic level of proficiency. “Assuming that you are training two sessions of one hour each week, you will take roughly 3 to 4 months to be good enough.”

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If you enroll with GMAU, you’ll be able to learn from certified black belts through online education. With their courses, you can watch detailed training videos, practice on your own schedule, and get detailed evaluation from martial arts masters. The best part about GMAU is the feedback you get from your certified instructors. You also have the ability to earn real ranks through their courses. If you stick with it, you can earn up to a black belt.
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