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Everyone Should Explore Martial Arts, Even During COVID

“I could never get into martial arts–I’m too old/uncoordinated/pacifistic/pressed for time…”  Most martial artists who encourage others to get involved hear these claims.  Though understandable, they are untrue, and the thoughts below may encourage you, your family, or friends to try martial arts (most schools offer free trial classes).

Everyone Should Explore Martial Arts, Even During COVID

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“I could never get into martial arts–I’m too old/uncoordinated/pacifistic/pressed for time…”  Most martial artists who encourage others to get involved hear these claims.  Though understandable, they are untrue, and the thoughts below may encourage you, your family, or friends to try martial arts (most schools offer free trial classes).

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