The Potential Risks and Advantages of Fighting Techinques Courses of instruction for Teens


Martial Arts for Kids First Self Defense Lesson (Krav Maga)

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Learn Martial Arts: 3 Basic Kicks for Beginners

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14-Day Martial Arts Workout Challenge (Day 1)

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3 Benefits of Martial Arts in Everyday Life

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5 Things You Should Know Before Joining a Martial Arts Gym

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Why Every Girl Should Learn Martial Arts

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Benefits of Martial Arts

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The risk of injury is much higher in mixed martial arts than in other contact sports, including collegiate football. 10  Teens who participate in mixed martial arts are at a high risk of concussion and asphyxia, due to chokeholds and hard blows to the head. Lacerations, upper limb injuries, and fractures are also common.

The risk of injury is much higher in mixed martial arts than in other contact sports, including collegiate football. Teens who participate in mixed martial arts are at a high risk of concussion and asphyxia, due to choke holds and hard blows to the head. Lacerations, upper limb injuries, and fractures are also common. Certain practices in mixed martial arts, for instance, carry a higher risk of concussion, suffocation, spine damage, arterial ruptures or other head and neck injury, the academy notes. These risky.

Evaluate for yourself to find out if Martial Arts is violent. Explore the risks, benefits, and intentions of someone starting Martial Arts. There are a number of risks from training in the martial arts. From being punched, dropped, strangled, kicked.. the list really does goes on. But with our modern lifestyles and the many risks of illnesses being generated through stress and poor posture.

The Benefits of Martial Arts Training For Children & Teens July 27, 2018 bounty100 0 Comments It has been said that children today have access to more technology and informational tools that allow them to communicate and learn in a multitude of ways that could never have been imagined by previous generations. Improved muscle strengthBetter balanceEnhanced flexibilityImproved cognitive functionHigher self-esteemMore self-respectBetter self-awarenessThe Most Common Injuries From Martial Arts Like any other physical activity, martial arts pose some risk of injury. Here are some of the most common injuries your teen may experience while participating in martial art.

The lifelong benefits of structured martial arts training are valuable for teenage students, particularly in positive impacts on self-esteem, academic performance, and stress relief. Our dynamics program was built to transform teen students at Karate Denver into confident, compassionate, and capable leaders (thekoma). #15. 35% of people who are interested in the martial arts industry take mixed martial arts classes.

This is followed by karate (22.2%), taekwondo (12.8%), and judo (10.2%). (IBIS World) #16. 73% of people who practice martial arts or attend classes at a studio do so for physical fitness. For parents looking for a fun and productive way to get their teenagers moving, martial arts might be the answer. Physical Benefits of Martial Arts A regular practice of martial arts helps to improve a young person’s physical condition in the following areas: Strength.

Most martial arts classes begin with light jogging and a basic.

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Youth participation and injury risk in martial arts.

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by Sérgio Rocha Piedade, Andreas B. Imhoff, et. al.
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Low risk of injuries in young adolescents participating in top-level karate competition.

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As a parent who wants her child to enjoy life and be successful, the martial arts appear to allow a child the capacity to advance and improve on an individual level, unlike being involved in team sports.

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Health, physical exercise, staying fit, learning how to fight, learning self-defense are all side effects to the study here, not the purpose.

“Cheng Hsin: The Principles of Effortless Power” by Peter Ralston
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For example, if you don’t want your son to become a jock, explore martial arts practices, such as capoeira or aikido, which focus on strength, determination, and self-control under the guidance of an authoritative teacher.

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While I certainly doubt most people will get that much out of it, I do think martial arts training can be beneficial for many people on the spectrum, especially youngsters.

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By participating in exercise classes that improve balance and muscular strength, elderly people can reduce their risk of falls.36 The Diversity in Health essay in this chapter describes the benefits of tai chi, a form of martial arts that helps some elderly people become healthier.

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The martial arts school runs a special anti-bullying workshop each quarter as a fullday event for parents and teens.

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In addition to the games above, organized sports, martial arts, fitness exercises, running games, arm wrestling, and other activities like a special kids’ “model mugging” class can promote a sense of physical competence as an antidote to a sense of helplessness.

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But the reality is that many martial arts students simply value a fun way to stay fit.

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  • Also, if you have any type of fungus, rash, skin condition or injury either cover it or be curteous and let people you partner up with know to avoid health and hygeine issues. Please wash your feet before heading to your dojo. (actually, I would go as far to just say shower before and after dojo training).

  • You missed a huge one: do not sign any papers until you seriously know thats who you want to train under. Theres so many gyms that are competition focused and have their golden boys and their politics and the people who cant spar but want to murder you everytime youre drilling or sparring.
    Thats just a little of what ive gained through shitty gyms and coaches. God bless

  • I want my great grandson to learn to defend against bullies and I don’t want him to be agrrssive either. He is 6 and is already being bullied and teachers do nothing. I am teaching him to run away & tell if possible and to inform the bully of the law. We will file a lawsuit on his parents if he isn’t made to stop. I will teach him to use the full force of the law too if need be but I want him to know how to run away or defend in case of an emergency. I have told him to tell the bully its illegal to lay a finger on him if he doesn’t want him to and he will file charges on him if he ever hits him, grabs him or harms him in any way. I know that sounds crazy but 6 year olds have the right to the protection of the law like anyone else and I’m teaching my grandson to exercise his rights.

  • Try old style kung fu classes which are basically extinct…….
    In Canada there are like 3 in Toronto and a few in Vancouver. First one ever started there. So many RULES. The alter. The actual training area must be bowed to before stepping on…alot of mma gyms have the occasional guy bow every time he enters or leaves the matts while everyone else just walks back and forth on them, those guys have old style asian training in an asian martial art.

  • Hey Samery. I noticed your form on your pushups could do with some fine tuning.
    Here is a link to a video that can be of assistance:

    Also, thanks for the workout video, your kicks are so fast!:D

  • I practice mma and Eskrima Kali, everyday it gets better, like a beautiful painting unfolding on a daily basis. Il do this til I die.

  • este challenge es algo viejito pero lo acabo de hacer junto con el video me sirve para entrar en calor me encantan tus videos sami te quiero proponer algo si estas disponible

  • Hi! Im about 4 minutes in and have a question. Where am I aiming that first kick on my oppent? I tried the chin, because thats what I thought it looked like, but my toes stopped on his chest, and i am worried of breaking my toes in high-impact usage, as I normally kick with my shins or my heel. Do you have any advice on avoiding this?

    Thank you, Professor

  • Pls if u want to self defend do box or mma or kickboxing. Karate, kung fu, krav maga are not good. Maybe krav maga but you need a good gym. Karate, Kung fu aren’t good. You need to stay there a lot of year for starting to do something. With box or kick box you prepared in 5 months

  • At the third challenge, my back literally just said “Nope” and i felt how it collapsed, idk how to describe it, i cant move and i’m on my bed xd i hope there’s nothing serious about this. I’ll just stay layed down here till someone notices im not active xd help.

  • Great video content! Apologies for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you ever tried Chireetler Dread Free Rule (google it)? It is a good one off product for learning effective self defence moves minus the headache. Ive heard some great things about it and my friend at very last got excellent results with it.

  • the sole reason i wear shoes is to keep the smell in.

    i always have garlic baked beens 1 hour before class.

    i say hello,just befofe a throw-goodbye as they sail past my shoulder.

    rear choke defence-refer to garlic baked beans.

    sardines and onikns or puckled mudfish(gag gag) work for front choke

  • We had a sparring once, after the first round, my opponent drank so many water that when the 2nd round started ans I kicked his stomach, he puked… at me…

  • My gym be like: my gym rents 2 rooms in a schoolbuilding, and u gotta walk like 10m from the dressing room to the mat. everyone just walks bare foot through a hall where little kids ran with dirt on their shoes and all just 2h ago����
    Gross right

  • 5. No shoes on the mat
    4. Cut your nails
    3. Introduce yourself
    2. Make sure you have the proper clothing
    1. Don’t eat a big meal before class

    Now give me my like

  • i actually think taekwondo is useless people can just run you over and not even have a single scratch sorry guys this the reality and comment if you have something to say feel free

  • I will never forget the fifth advice I went to a full body workout class and my dumbass ate sushi one hour before the class NEVER AGAIN.

  • Once i got kicked from a judo competition because of big fingernails, it was the final and i was almost sure i was gonna win, i fought 4 times b4 the final, and the nails werent big, 1 or 2 but not all
    It was a slip on my hygiene

  • Thank you for putting this out there cause my martial arts class closed this will also be a challenge for me and strengthen my legs at the same time..

  • I haven’t seen this guy since “Wild and Crazy Kids” on Nickelodeon in the 90s. I’m glad to see he’s becoming a great martial arts instructor.

  • Brilliant!!! And you weren’t lying about the push ups but that’s ok… ty first keeping it real and you are freaking adorable…i live across the street from my gym which is now closed until further notice and all I have at home now is a treadmill and bike trainer so I needed this….tyvm. be safe and smart world we’ll get thru this.����✌��������

  • Thank you! Hopefully, I won’t dislocate anything ^ ^
    I have a small question: How do you get your leg to be straight while doing the kick?

  • Look to see who the bullies are �� �� cos there are bullies. Even the instructor him or herself. Dont let older or more experienced members or members whove been going a long time use that to take advantage of you and cause you an injury. dont get back swept on an oak floor train at a place with cushioned ground.
    If youre instructor has something to prove, or is racist, or doesnt help you at all or laughs at you or makes jokes at youre expense allot,,,,get outta there. ����

  • The eating and water part got me on my first class. Ate about half an hour before the training started (like, full dinner and desert and everything), already cramped up during the warming up run. Was on the edge of throwing up at the end of sparring:’) Definately learned from that one:)

  • He is literally promoting that one should afraid of his/her parents! and other authorities. I will tell you mr Sensei of DARKNESS; you fear your children and kill their soul. But what do you know about nurturing souls right? You only interested with power and gaining abilities. Underneath your so called sensei title; a shallow, weak, dark and fearful creature lies. STAY AWAY FROM THIS MAN HE PROMOTES FEAR.

  • The teacher: Hey you! No shoe on the mat
    Me: Excuse me, I’m wearing heels
    The teacher: no more heels


    The teacher: Hey you, no heel on the mat
    Me: This is flip flops

  • Hey man! Love your videos! Barely got into kick boxing and I enjoy it! Can you happen to make a video on some basic training drills on a bag with combos that works on the basic jab, cross, and kicks so beginners like me can work on?

  • Use the bathroom before class, im in a hapkido kids class (11, half yellow belt) and i once peed myself after laughing so hard because we did a obstical course i knocked over some herdles

  • My life had a decline when i quit martial arts
    My lessons stuck with me for a long time, but there was a moment
    Where it all fell through
    I’m still trying to come to grips and terms with what I need to do
    I’m not proud of my body nor my life its saddening for me
    Maybe if i get back into the grove of martial arts I can get my life on track again

    But I’m reminded of the price one has to pay to get good at something
    Plus one must consider the inherent talent that helps in the progression of pursuits

    Too much mind goin on here, not enough balance in the body and spirit

  • Thanks so much for another fantastic video Samery. I did all of it in 2 sets today with nice session of stretching after. Great feeling. Stay safe ��❤️

  • what I absolutely hate is when other new students laugh at everyone even when they only make one tiny mistake! It’s annoying that they will make fun of someone for falling while doing a high kick while they can’t even get their legs even close to where the pad is. Also, when the sensei/senpai says for the newbies to do something else just don’t copy what the advanced people are doing. now then no hating it just giving friendly advice and thank you for reading this.

  • Another rule is to try to say the numbers in the language that ur martial art is from
    Example: Taekwondo /Korean
    Judo or karate/ Japan
    Muay Thai /Thailand and etc because it shows your master that u are keen to learn

  • I had just started taekwondo and so much sparring i was loving it so much but now i stopped going cuz of the virus sooo scary my grandma lives w me

  • I always watch all u r workouts, previously I thought iff There is more breathing because off rough workout, u can expose to corona, and letter I came to know that which is wrong, so I apologize what I say before, so I prefer Yoga, meditation etc, workout with less breathing,yet I don’t know weather it’s write or wrong, so take care live longer friend, thanks����

  • Now this is a guy that i respect, the kind who doesn’t talk trash about other martial arts and actually give legitimate tips on fighting and working out

  • hi samy, i got an injury (pop noise came when i did a dulleyo chagi too high, injured hip flexor) due to which i can’t do an ap chagi as high as i could before, it’s been 2 months and i can do it a bit higher but i wanna speed up the progress, is there any way?

  • Saying “Hello” is kinda hard for me since im a minor training with adults (im 6”3 and weigh 185lbs) and i got social anxiety.But i got a steady trainingspartner

  • thanhs sis for this but i want a teacher only for some days for learning a i am learning at home after some days i will move in a dogo till than can you teach mr please please online personal y

  • Who else is learning it to beat up the bullies when schools open
    1:36 front snap kick
    5:52 roundhouse kick
    10:02 side kick

  • I have to disagree with the shower before class, such a waste of time washing yourself before doing exercise and getting sweating and then of course showering again right after

  • My problem is that I can’t force myself to file my nails. It’s one of these sounds and feelings that just makes me feel like I’m being tortured:/

  • Does this include punches oops I click wrong vid I’m a challenger boxer 10 year old sorry I pick I know how to side kick but I’m missing stly punches

  • i wash my gi once a week
    my hand nails are long
    i don’t say hello untill someone says it to me
    i like to take coffee with anything sweet before my training
    i secretly fart as much as i could during warmups
    i go to the bathroom as an excuse to rest or hide my boner
    i don’t like to take a shower after training

  • Honestly anybody who is well trained will take the fight to his advantage. A karate person will stay striking and a BJJ will end up finishing it on the floor. In my opinion there are no such thing as a bad Martial Art but a bad practitioner. All arts focus on everything however specialize on certain movements. This could be from grappling, Kicking, punching etc. In a real fight the Martial Artist will fight his/her fight to win the fight quickly and precisely. Practice is what makes it great.

  • Thx Samy, I will take your challenge and being more active bcz the gym closed and love it simple but effective!!! Your a good trainer how you explain and motivate ppl doing TKD!!!

  • thats horrible he literally we should fear our parents and authority. Most probably the only identification he has is the “sensei” title. underneath a shallow weak dark light who promotes FEAR. STAY AWAY

  • half hour seems too little.I know when i had soccer they told us at least 2 hours beforehand if you re going to eat a proper meal with meat or just alot in general

  • Rule 1 there has to be a wrestling class.
    I was fucked out of luck; every fucking MMA/BJJ gym I was in didn’t have a wrestling class

  • I’m going to do this with my girls. I’m currently creating a playlist of moves to teach them. Things are happening so fast these days and I want them to be able to defend themselves.

  • At first I was confuse what a roundhouse kick was, but now I know what it is. At my taekwondo we call it a front turning kick. I will definitely go to this channel to practice my forms. I have been doing taekwondo for 7 years now:) and I’m testing for my black belt really soon:))

  • This is absolutely lovely! I’m a white belt who just started (after 15 years) again doing taekwondo, and after a month and a half I saw myself forced to stop training due to covid-19. Now I found you and this is exactly what I was looking for to continue my training at home, so I don’t lose what I have already re-learned. Thanks a bunch! I’m going to start right now! Stay safe, sensei!

  • Hi Samery, thanks so much for making these videos and sharing your passion with so many people here. I am new to Taekwondo and this is super helpful to set the basic kicks and stretching exercises are great as well. Many thanks and greetings from Australia!

  • I was drinking a lot of water by the end of the class. it helped me wet my mouth and it almost felt like it gave me some extra oxygen. I felt like I was about to die, then I drank about 1dl and I was all good. I drank like 1 liter of water during class and I felt amazing even when we were grappling and practicing ground and pound and standup attacks that need full body movement

  • I wanna take my niece to martial arts class so she can defense herself if someone try to hurt her or try to take her away she would know what to do she only 8 year old