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How to Use Martial Arts in Real-World Situations

By Premier Martial Arts in Fort Wayne, IN

If you think that Martial Arts is only applicable in fighting and violence, well, there’s a lot more uses of Martial Arts in life. As a matter of fact, Martial Arts can be used in every aspect of a person’s life including self-defense.

Starting your Martial Arts journey can be quite tough at first. You might think where will it impact my life? Moreover, a lot of people are confused about this one question. So, we are here to talk about how to use Martial Arts in real-world situations. To spice things up, we are going to add some real-life scenarios that can save the lives of a lot of Martial Artists out there.

Using Martial Arts in Real World Situations


Now, training for self defense can be quite rewarding. A lot of people think that Martial Arts can’t help you defend yourself in a life or death situation. However, here’s the truth. When we talk about those attackers, they are mostly fighting with eir egos. Hence, in the midst of proving themselves, these attackers are full of rage. Martial artists learn ways to read their opponent. Hence, Martial Arts will let you discover the fighter’s weak points and ace the fight. In essence, a fighter’s ego exposes themselves to danger.


Even though all sports are different from one another, Martial Arts help the sportsman in a lot of ways. Here’s how Martial Arts can improve your overall sports performance, enabling you to become a beast in your most favorite sport.


  1. Martial Arts increase the strength and balance of your body

From eye coordination to hands, you’ll see a drastic change in handling your body after you start training for Martial Arts.

In other words, your body acts in a way you want it to move. Even if your right side or left side is weaker, Martial Arts help in balancing the core of your body, making you perform in your prime in the respective sports you’re playing.


  1. Martial Arts builds explosiveness

Do you have a hard time acting to your reaction? For example, even if you have a little control over your body and senses, if you can move with the explosiveness that a sport requires, you won’t be able to thrive.

In some sports, it’s jumping higher, running faster, dodging, attacking, throwing, and all the other physical elements involved.


  1. Martial Arts builds flexibility

In sports like MMA, Boxing, Football, and Basketball, having inhumane flexibility can put you ages ahead of the competition.

Athletes who have an insane amount of flexibility can not only move better but they can perform in a charming and explosive way. Martial Arts makes you stretch your hips, glutes, and every muscle/joint you can think of.

Martial Arts Improves Your Emotional Health

Life is uncertain. You can’t have perfect days every time. Additionally, life is a series of losing your loved ones too. That’s where Martial Arts comes in. We all know that Martial Arts improves your physical health.

However, the equal benefit that it provides is improving your mental health as well. Martial Arts constantly reminds you that life is temporary, some things are outside the level of our control, and the things you can control, let go of them. You can only control what’s inside your brain.


Martial Arts Helps in Stopping Negative Thoughts

We humans tend to think negatively. Well, that’s true for the most part. However, Martial Arts prepares you to combat not only fights but negative thoughts too. When you put your body and mind through challenges and hard work, it creates tolerance for tackling more challenges and thoughts.

This is because your brain is a muscle too. So, whenever there are negative thoughts, instead of frowning upon them, you start to take action!


Keeping in view all these real life situations, Martial Arts is indeed helpful in preparing you for real life situations. And if you make up your mind to join and learn the art of Martial Arts, it will make you and your life better.


Please visit for information about our martial arts schools closest to you in Fort Wayne!

Premier Martial Arts has been in business for more than 20 years, and since our founding in 1998 we have helped thousands of students of all ages realize their full potential. Premier Martial Arts delivers a best-in-class martial arts experience that helps our students develop the personal skills that are necessary to build a successful life. Our mastery of teaching martial arts over the past two decades is evident in our structured and thorough curriculum, which is standardized across our 100+ locations across the United States, Canada and England.

Our curriculum focuses on character development far beyond the importance of self-defense. We teach our young students how to respect their elders, how to be accountable, how to focus and how to stay in shape in a fun and exciting atmosphere. We empower our adult students with the self-confidence to overcome anxieties and trauma, in an environment that fosters inclusion and social belonging.

Premier Martial Arts Fort Wayne founded in 2015 by 6th Degree Black Belt and Master Instructor Ron Kuhn. Master Kuhn had a distinguished management & engineering career working for such companies as Verizon, NIPSCO, Frontier Communications and Mediacom. In 2019 he made the decision to operate his Martial Arts School fulltime which has always been his lifelong dream. That one location has grown to three in the City of Fort Wayne.

Master Ron Kuhn is married to his wife Anita (retired Special Needs Teacher) of 27 years. They have three wonderful daughters, Jordan, Ally and Katie. Jordan is a nurse who lives in Indianapolis. Ally has a computer science and business background and works with her dad at Premier Martial Arts. Katie is Chemical Engineering graduate and works in the pharmaceutical industry in Indianapolis.


Premier Martial Arts of Fort Wayne operates three locations:

North – 10240 Coldwater Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46825 (Coldwater & DuPont)

East – 10154 Maysville Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46835 (Chapel Hill Area)

Southwest – 9906 Illinois Road Fort Wayne, IN 46804 (Scott & Illinois Road)


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