Karate practice- no escaping the daily routine
Why is it important to practice karate on a daily basis? This is a question that beginners ask so that they can find a valid excuse not to practice on a daily basis. If you are interested in becoming good at karate, then you will have the desire to practice on a daily basis at all times. If you are forcing yourself to learn karate, then perhaps you may need extra motivation to practice daily.
I always advise other individuals to practice on a daily basis because it will help them develop the habit of regular practice. Do you practice opening and closing the door of changing room lockers? Of course not. You proceed ahead and open or close the door without a difficulty because you have developed the habit of doing so. You may have found it to be a slightly difficult task when you were first allotted the locker. As time went by, the habit of using a particular locker and opening and closing a particular door would have simplified matters.
This is the reason why you should practice on a regular basis. Inculcating the habit of practicing will automatically help you improve your karate skills. If you have the habit of practicing daily, your body will remain warmed up and prepared for the strenuous exercises and activities at all times. On the other hand, if you practice once in a while, chances of suffering injuries will increase drastically. You may find it difficult to motivate yourself when you are having a bad or dull day. If you succeed in doing so and succeed in practicing, then you can look back at your effort and appreciate what you have done.
You will feel happy and proud when you look back and realize that you have been disciplined about this task for a very long time. This confidence is essential if you want to become good at karate. When you are practicing your moves, you should have a voice inside your head telling you that you are doing a great job and that you need not worry about anything else.
If you have the habit of practicing daily, then you will be the position to focus on the nuances of your moves without getting distracted. Make it a point to practice regularly for 12 months at a stretch. After that, you are free to take as many breaks as you want. If you last 12 months, then chances of becoming undisciplined at a later date will automatically come down.
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