Martial Arts are Good for ADHD

Did you know that Martial Arts lessons can help your ADHD?

As well as improving your overall fitness level and reducing your stress level, Martial Arts have extra benefits if you have ADHD. Adults with ADHD report an increase in concentration, improved focus as well as an increase in self-esteem, self confidence and self discipline. It’s thought to be the combination of using your mind and body at the same time that makes Martial Arts so great for people with ADHD.

There are many to Martial Arts to choose from, Judo, Karate and Tae Kwon Do are just a few. Even if you are a total beginner there will be adult classes for you in your neighborhood. So why not do a quick goggle search for Martial Arts in your area, and see where your nearest class is.

Comments

  1. Pam says:

    Running across this post I have to smile. I have a friend who is gently urging me to try Tae Kwan Do. Maybe this is a sign that it might be best to seriously consider giving it a try.

    Nice post. Thank you.

    • Jacqueline Sinfield says:

      Hi Pam!! definitely try Tae Kwan Do. When I started Kung Fu I had no idea how much I would love it. What I thought would be a month experiment has turned out to be something quite marvellous in my life. I am constantly doing things that I didn’t think were possible, like breaking a wooden board in 2 with my hand, or carrying someone my own body weight across the room. Now I can do 47 push ups in a minute ( and they are real push ups) and I have made some great friends too.
      Let me know how you get on with Tae Kwan Do!!!
      warmly
      Jacqueline

  2. DLekx says:

    I agree with your above point.
    I’ve been practising T’ai Chi Chuan (a form of Kung Fu)off and on for many years. I appreciate how the glowing hands and fingers, and the syncing of body and mind can reduce stress.

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