Consult your martial arts instructor.
I think it means like... Someone who's important, or a master, like a God or like a well known martial arts instructor. Someone very important, I think.
A hockey instructor teaches someone the fundamentals and techniques of the game.
My typical day is I get up and go to work. After finishing my job for the day I go home and change into my gi. Then I go and lead classes for a couple hours.
Martial Spirit is very important for someone who wants to master martial arts. Martial Spirit is essential to understand and to acquire. The mind and boy must be developed as well as the body.
A belt is called an obi. It is used to indicate someone's rank in their martial art.
In the Japanese martial arts someone of a lesser rank is referred to as kohai. An equal is referred to as dohai.
Martial efficacy, we can define it by breaking it down into the two words. Martial in this context is defined as 'fighting', 'warlike', 'soldierly'. Efficacy is the the power to produce a desired effect. So martial efficacy is the level at which someone can effectively be soldierly, warlike etc. In laymen's terms - the level at which someone can effectively fight.
In all actuality, you don't need any "formal education" like going to school. A legitimate instructor will have attended a formal recognized martial arts studio, with an instructor who can prove his background in the martial arts and document his rank and training. Studying under someone who "claims" to be a Master without legitimate documentation is dangerous as that person may not really know how to teach Karate, and his instruction could injure someone seriously. Ask around the local schools for what they teach, what they charge, can others watch the classroom in action, and also check with the Better Business Bureau. Don't trust the Internet either, people can make any kind of claims , "buyer beware!"
yes they can
A teacher is an educator, tutor or instructor, someone who teaches
The first time someone shared a technique or method of fighting with someone else.
The first individual that hit someone else was practicing a martial art. Over time they learned what the best way and place to hit someone. This was passed down over time and became the martial arts we know today.
The best place to learn any martial arts form is underneath a trained instructor. It's much safer than learning from Karate for dummies for many reasons. With an instructor you learn the proper technique for execution which can keep you from injuring yourself. Also, when learning from an instructor you have someone to interact with in order to learn the application which, again, can minimize risk of injury and ensure that you really know how to defend yourself. Also, there is a lot of philosophy that you can't just learn from a book, it's best to be taught be someone experienced.
It means providing lodging for someone.
It means that they have not learned the most important lesson of the martial arts. Once must have patience, control one's temper and not start trouble.
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No. Someone taught him to do all the karate stuff.
Martial arts are no more evil then a gun or a knife, or even a stick. In fact, most true martial artists are recognized more for their contributions to society then their fighting ability. A true martial artist would never consider attacking someone for fun or just because they can. a true martial artist understands martial ethics.
Teacher, professor, and instructor are some terms for someone who teaches.
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Someone who gives instructions. This could be someone teaching something to a group of people, so they are giving instructions on how to do something.
ask her or him...
that there is a pervert out to get you