Martial Arts Training at Home With Its Benefits and Limitations

In this post, I am going to dive deep into martial arts training at home and how you can either start or improve your training today! As we all know martial arts is one of the oldest arts known to man. It’s been around essentially since the dawn of time.

Benefits of Martial Arts Training at Home

    • Unlike any MMA training session where there is allotted time and duration for a session, here it is different as you can decide the time and duration of the martial arts training session.
    • Since you are doing martial arts at home, you get to train wherever you want.
    • You can practice a drill or movement as much as you want until you get it right, and you can go at your own pace, without anyone making annoying faces.

Limitations of Martial Arts Training at Home

    • Since everything is available on YouTube from micro to macro content. You can rely on it. It’s up to you to decide whether to vouch for good or meaningful content on YouTube, however, there is also bad content and you will get anywhere. Many people just merge the content and mash them by watching small clips without having any idea what you are doing.
    • Feedback is something which you can be deprived of if you are doing martial arts training at home. There is no one to correct your technique if you are doing it wrong, and you will only end up developing bad habits.
    • You don’t get a black belt or be a karate belt, a rank or certification

The Basics-

Let’s get into the basics of your martial arts training at home.

    • Boxing: Boxing is the basic form of martial arts. It is a very well-known fighting style that has been around for decades. You have to focuses strictly on your hands, and does not involve your kicks, knees, or elbows.
    • Muay Thai: Muay Thai is by far the most effective striking art in the world that combines punches, kicks, knees, elbows, trips, and sweeps which is one of the self-defense technique.
    • Karate & Taekwondo: You can learn Karate training  & Taekwondo at home.  It’s important to learn the correct technique by starting off slow and building up speed when you know you’re executing correctly. Use a chair or wall for assistance. Buy a punching bag or use a firm pillow to practice your strikes, punches, and kicks!
    • Footwork Drills: Martial arts training requires how to move your feet properly. That is why doing footwork drills is important.
    • Punching Bag: Next up in the list is a punching bag. You don’t have to panic as there are cheap punching bags available in the market but I highly suggest you buy a high-quality one because cheaper ones can get ripped in a few months or even weeks if you are going to use it regularly.