Martial arts and dating
So, why not consider dating one and enjoy the following benefits that come with it.
People training in martial arts are physically very fit and treat their bodies like a temple, avoiding things which can detract them from their health.
They spend up to 4 hours every day practicing and this is more than enough to keep their bodies in good shape. Martial artists have really high levels of discipline when it comes to their habits and bodies.
They have to learn how to control their minds as it helps in their disciplinary measures.
They’re honest with themselves, their colleagues and their sensei.
Hence, it’s automatic for them to extend the same respect to the people that they’re dating.
They acquire the ability to find joy in the smallest of things and passing moments which most people tend to take for granted.
Both men and women who train in martial arts have many benefits that they can offer to their potential partners.
Their training can be a bond that helps strengthen their relationship and vice versa. If they can’t keep their relationship issues off the mat it can create awkward social situations at the dojo.
Of course, it was the late ’70’s-early ’80’s– sex, drugs and rock and roll…
I never saw anyone abuse the instructor/student relationship.
Or if the couple has a bad break-up it may lead to one or both people leaving the dojo.
Whatever way you look at it, in my opinion, a Sensei has no right to meddle in the affairs of their students and tell them who they can or can’t date. 1) The couple dates in secret and do whatever they’re going to do in spite of any “policies” you may have.Martial art professionals are not just some skilled warriors but are trained individuals who know how to balance the skills they learn in martial arts in their everyday lives.