SMAA Can Help When You Don't Have Time to Train
Many martial artists struggle to find time to train, but it's important to put family and work ahead of training.
By: Shudokan Martial Arts Association
Surveys show that we Americans, at least, are working more hours and getting paid overall less than a decade or two ago, and we work more productive hours than almost any other country. All that work and then having to deal with daily family life will, indeed, put a crimp on training time.
So where will you find the time? The short answer is, you might not. The time spent with family and at work actually can contribute to your life and training.
You have to put in adequate time for family, first, because without the support of your family, your life is meaningless. You have to shoulder the responsibility you took on and spend the time and effort with family. Without a stable job and income, you will have a hard time paying to train. The expenses associated with training require you to make a decent wage if you want to continue.
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About Shudokan Martial Arts Association: SMAA was founded in January 1994 by a group of martial artists who were concerned with promoting and safeguarding Nihon budo and koryu bujutsu--the traditional martial arts and ways of Japan. SMAA is a non-profit that aims keep the spirit of traditional budo alive in the West. Anyone can become a member, even if you aren't a martial artist, and SMAA members are from multiple countries across the globe.