The martial arts has played a big role in many people's lives. Some of the people that can benefit the most from the martial arts are women. There have been a lot of famous women martial artists, which has caused more women to take a serious look at karate. Women can benefit a lot from studying karate. In this article, I want to go over some of the benefits of martial arts for women. Let's begin.


Great For Defence

Most attackers love it when women are alone. Women are the easiest pray for a mugger or rapist. The second benefit of women learning the martial arts is that it will help protect them from these cowards. Karate teaches certain self defence techniques, that if used correctly, it can seriously injure or maim an attacker. The techniques range from getting out of a choke hold to seriously injuring your attacker. Most instructors know the exact spot to hit so that a woman can cause major harm to the person that is attacking her. I feel that all women should study the martial arts for this very reason alone.


Helps For Weight Loss

The reason why karate drops weight so fast is because it employs every part of your body. Karate has so many twist and turns that it works every inch of your body. Karate also gets your heart rate up so that you can quickly burn off that unwanted fat. The martial arts not only burns fat, but it also strengthens your muscles.

Helps For Relieve Stress

Most women have very busy and stressful lives. There is nothing like working up a good sweat while kicking the heavy bag. The energy that you put into throwing your kicks will help you relieve the stress of the day.

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Smita Patil was born in october 1955, pune in India. Smita patil was an actress of an Indian film television and theatre. Smita patil appear in over 75 hindi and marathi films in a career that spanned just over a decade. During her career she received two national film awards. And a filmfair award. She was the recipient of the “Padmashree”. Indias fourth – highest civilian honour in 1985.

Apart from acting smita patil was an active feminist (in a distinctly Indian context) and a member of the women’s centre in mumbai. She was deeply commited to the advancement of women’s issue, and gave her endorsement to films which sought to explore the role of woman in traditional Indian society. There sexuality , and the changes facing the middle – class woman in an urban milieu.


To develope and promote liking of karate kungfu,kick boxing,Martial Arts and other Sports movements and explore various methods of Karate Kungfu,Kick Boxing,Martial Arts.To educate the public of the Pune City , District ,State and National.The martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practices. They are practiced for a variety of reasons, including self-defense, competition, physical health and fitness, as well as mental, physical, and spiritual development. The term martial art has become heavily associated with the fighting arts of eastern Asia, but was originally used in regard to the combat systems of Europe as early as the 1550s. An English fencing manual of 1639 used the term in reference specifically to the "Science and Art" of swordplay. The term is ultimately derived from Latin, and means "Arts of Mars," where Mars is the Roman god of war.Some martial arts are considered 'traditional' and are tied to an ethnic, cultural or religious background, while others are modern systems developed either by a founder or an association


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