You can always try to find schools that are close to your place of residence or place of work/study. If you stay in the surrounding areas, you will be more motivated to attend classes and not make excuses out of laziness. Also, take in account the attitude of the teacher and students. Observe how dedicated and disciplined they are. There should be a fine balance between seriousness and light heartiness as too much of each or too little of each is not good either!\n
-> It helps you keep fit and stay strong, which in turn helps you live
healthier for longer.
-> It improves the body’s physiological health, from enhancing heart health to lowering cholesterol, lowering blood pressure and regulating insulin, you get a whole host of benefits from martial arts training.
-> Martial art training also helps to improve one’s flexibility, agility, endurance, strength, balance and coordination.
-> Training in martial arts also helps to reduce body fat and flabbiness, increases muscle tone, and promotes weight loss through the burning of calories and fat in unwanted places. It does this also by speeding up your metabolism.
-> Try to find schools that are close to your place of residence or place of work/study, such as in Narre Warren or Berwick, if you stay in these towns or in the surrounding areas. That way, you will be more motivated to attend classes and not make excuses out of laziness.
-> Ask if you can take part in an introductory class or observe a class in progress. Take in account the attitude of the teacher and students. Observe how dedicated and disciplined they are. There should be a fine balance between seriousness and light heartedness as too much of each or too little of each is not good either!
-> Check out the number of students in each class to ensure that you will receive a good quality of attention without becoming just another number.
-> Check out the credentials and experience of the teachers.
-> Make sure their facilities are clean and hygienic and they have a fully equipped first aid kit on premises.
-> Talk to the teacher you may be assigned to for your class and style of martial arts and see if you feel you are a good fit, if you have good vibes, and he/she is respectful and knowledgeable.
-> Choosing the right martial arts school is the first step towards a fulfilling
study in martial arts, so choose wisely and choose well and you will not be