The Benefits of Judo
According to the National Crime Victimization Survey 232,960 women were either raped or sexually assaulted in the United States (Sexual Violence). That happens to be more than 600 women a day. Is there any way that this could have been prevented? Yes, there are many ways. One of the best ways would be martial arts, specifically Judo. In this paper I will be discussing how judo can help women, and people in general with self defense as well as discipline, fitness, respect for oneself and others, and confidence.
When people decide to pick a certain martial art for self-defense they may not be fully benefited from this. In judo you learn a lot of different things that can benefit anyone throughout life. One important benefit would be self-defense. Judo has many techniques that help with protecting oneself when needed. When a person first begins judo, they learn how to fall properly and how to throw an opponent. Falling properly falls under the category of self-defense because if a person in a scenario of being attacked were to be thrown down, they would know how to fall and prevent themselves from serious injury and get back up again and possibly go into a judo throw (Judo as a Self-Defense). Judo is really good way to learn self-defense because it helps with everything from choking, falling properly, taking down an opponent, and even preventing oneself from getting into a hold of any kind. Judo also helps with feet maneuvering and balance. That helps with self-defense because if a person were to be in a situation where some one is trying to attack them, and with the knowledge of feet maneuvering from judo, an individual can keep himself or herself from being grabbed. Judo is a very excellent way to learn self-defense.
Not only does Judo help with self-defense but it also helps with discipline. Judo can help with discipline among youth and adults as well. As a youthful teenager, Judo can help with controlling anger and also with handling...
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