Martial Arts Revealed: Benefits, Problems, and Solutions

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iUniverse, Jun 15, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 120 pages
Learn about the enormous benefits one can receive from consistent martial arts training-physically, psychologically, and spiritually. Martial Arts Revealed reports on issues that are critical to every person involved in the martial arts: What steps should be taken to avoid a potential fight situation? Which factors affect the psychosocial characteristics of children involved in martial arts? Are the martial arts as safe as other mainstream sports activities? How can Tai Chi benefit the elderly?

At the same time, Martial Arts Revealed will outline some of the more common challenges occurring today. For example, it will also address important subtopics such as: The association between competitive martial artists and eating disorders The problem of competing martial arts organizations Martial arts rivalries Head injuries in highly competitive tournaments


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Jamie Seabrook is a 5th Degree Black Belt in American Kenpo Karate and also holds black belts in Kung Fu, Modern Arnis, and Shorin-Ryu Karate. He is a member of the Masters Hall of Fame (2000). His educational background includes a Masters Degree in Sociology (2000) from the University of Western Ontario.

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