The Way of The Warrior

Martial Arts is a way of life – a warrior’s life in action. It has been developed from centuries in different forms all around the world. There are various forms of martial arts like Karate, Judo, Taekwondo, Kung Fu, Krav Maga, Boxing, Wrestling, Tai chi, Kalaripayattu, Muay Thai and many more.

It is a comprehensive physical, mental and spiritual discipline, a way to transform your body and attitude so that one can express oneself. Committing yourself towards your training is the most important thing for a trainee no matter how much long time he has to put in his efforts, one the he will see the outcome. No one is too weak, too young, too old, too short or heavy to train. Polish your mind to sharpen your blades of your body and mind.

In long history of martial arts the instinct to follow and imitate in most martial artists, Instructors and students. This is mainly because of human tendency and had become a part of tradition. Each and every individual belongs to a style and claims to posses the truth in his own way. But one should never restrict himself to one style and must look for learning more and more. Seek the form through formlessness.

Instead of facing combat in its realness, the most systems of martial arts accumulates the fancy method of distraction. I one wants to see the real truth in martial arts, to see any opponent clearly you must throw away the motion of styles.

If anyone is learning one particular style like Karate then he must not limit himself to its methods and movements, because that is not actual fighting. He must take tools from this art and act according to the situation.

Martial artists must be more interested to know more about roots of the martial arts and not to its various branches. It is not correct to argue, compare and think which branch is better because all are equal. One cannot see the street fight looking through them is limited and not clear so one must like or dislike it.

Truly said by the legend of martial arts Bruce Lee – When it comes to fighting you must train every part of your body.