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Your Journey - Find Your WHY

Our journey in martial arts goes beyond just kicks and punches; it's about finding what truly motivates us. Why do you want to do martial arts? For me, it all began in my teenage years when I fell in love with everything about it. But motivations can change over time.

Here, I share WHY I still do it today, hoping to inspire you to reflect on your own reasons.

  • Impact and Fulfillment:

Teaching martial arts is incredibly rewarding. Seeing my students improve and reach their goals is the best feeling.

  • Being Part of a Positive Environment:

Martial arts isn't just about physical training; it's about being part of a supportive and uplifting community that cheers you on every step of the way.

  • Empowerment Through Combat:

There's something empowering about perfecting your skills and becoming stronger through combat. It's not just about fighting; it's about personal growth and self-confidence.

  • Fitness and Health:

Martial arts keeps me fit and healthy, providing a great workout routine.

  • Friendship and Community:

I've made amazing friends in the martial arts community who feel like family.

When I feel tired or unsure, these reasons keep me going. Now, what drives you to pursue martial arts? Hold onto that motivation tightly—it'll guide you through tough times.

Whether you're just starting or have been practicing for years, remember WHY you started and know WHY are you still doing it.

Let that drive your martial arts journey.


Shihan Steve

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