Wellness - General Health | 5-18 yrs

Martial Arts: A Way To Good Health

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Is your kid bored of aerobics and yoga? How about trying karate or martial arts for fitness, instead? This way, your child will learn a self-defence technique too.

Martial arts, an ancient form of self-defence is increasingly becoming popular as a part fitness regimen. Challenge your body and mind with different types of martial arts such as tai chi, karate, taekwondo and others.

In this ClipBook, we have discussed the benefits of martial arts along with 5 self-defence moves every girl should know. We have also listed health benefits of kickboxing and taekwondo. It also covers articles on martial arts and its effect on mental well-being.

We also have three videos for you. One that introduces you to martial arts and another that shows different martial arts moves that children are practising.  In a third video, we have two young kids imitating their karate master. It is quite hilarious. Do take a look.

So go on, flip through the pages of our ClipBook and learn about different types of martial arts and get inspired. 

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