How to bring up masculinity in a child without giving up in the martial arts section?

How to bring up masculinity in a child without giving up in the martial arts section?

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Answer 1
March, 2021

Moral-volitional qualities are brought up not only by fights with others, but by any activity to overcome circumstances.

For example, winter swimming, hardening, gymnastics on the horizontal bar, walking on a tightrope, juggling.

From martial arts, you can use complex complexes of movements (kung fu ballet) with self-control from video recording.

The simplest exercises in martial arts to develop will and fighting spirit are push-ups on fists and slow squats.

Answer 2
March, 2021

To be honest, I see no reason not to send a child to the martial arts section. It doesn't have to be an MMA-style scuffle, you can choose some kind of aikido, where the whole strategy is built on self-defense and cutting off enemy attacks. There will be more good in this, in any case, than in the fact that not to go, and it is easier to send a child to a section in childhood than then to send to Suvorov and the army and instill courage in adulthood. By the way, in my observation, the modern generation is more feminine, sentimental and touchingly perceives the world and I do not know what this is connected with, but you are unlikely to teach your child correctly if you teach him the way you were taught. Modern children are completely different, they have different interests, hobbies, peace, life. They definitely need to look for and find an approach in the first place. They do not always care and need what you want to impose or convey to them or what you want to get from them.

Answer 3
March, 2021

Courage is either there or not. It cannot be artificially imposed on a person. If it does appear, then only from the influence of some life situations

Answer 4
March, 2021

What is masculinity? The ability to protect yourself and your girlfriend? Ability to make decisions? Take responsibility? Have composure? To endure difficulties? Not to be afraid of pain? Or something else?

A well-chosen section with a smart instructor will solve most of these problems. And if without a section, then the father needs to spend more time with his son. Lead by example, tell stories, answer questions, ask questions yourself. And all this is boring to do not from the position of a guru, but from the position of an equal, that is, accepting his independence and the right to his own opinion about his life. Or maybe he himself would like to go in for sports?

In 90% of cases, parents are against sections, because they do not want "their child to be beaten". It's like not being allowed out on the street for fear that a child will be hit by a car. Parental fears often ruin children's lives.

Answer 5
March, 2021

As well as bringing up everything else: by example. And it's better to give it to the section, and to the most ordinary box. Let the child be hit there. A very useful skill, always useful.

Answer 6
March, 2021

If by masculinity we mean the ability to stand up for oneself, or, to put it more specifically, adequate behavior in a conflict, then for boys the example of the dad is important, and for girls - the mother. Children are great imitators. And our behavior in a conflict situation is reproduced by them to the smallest detail. And especially in such important issues as the regulation of aggression. Therefore, significant men teach boys self-control / non-self-control skills and women teach girls. We explain by word and deed in which situations we "communicate" and in which not. If we are in conflict, then how. What do we do - attack or defend? When is physical violence appropriate, and when is it prohibited. In which case we shout, in which we offend, in which we are indignant, in which we are offended, in which we are irritated or express rejection. And How. We discuss all these issues with children. And if our task is to instill moral firmness in a child, then it is behavior in conflict that creates and hones it.

Answer 7
March, 2021

And I don’t think that martial arts bring up courage that much.
When I was practicing, I always walked more to scare with friends and move. I didn't think about any nonsense like "masculinity".

Courage, as you know, is a volitional act caused by moral motives associated with overcoming fear.
And where does martial arts have to do with it? Here is a house on fire, there are children. Do you think that a person who goes to boxing will behave more courageously than a milkmaid? =)
I don’t think.
In the army, there are quite frequent cases when a person seems to be a killing machine (master of sports in boxing, weightlifter, weight 120 kg) - and he sees a bearded uncle with a Kalash - and courage flows down the leg.
Courage will appear as difficulties arise and overcome them in your child's life. (Starting with elementary washing up, because mom is tired and needs help. This is courage, but hitting on the head with peers is about something else). Just let him be independent.

Shl I saw here the tags "Chechnya "and" battles ". Apparently the question was inspired by an egregious case, when one high-ranking notorious parent is trying to raise the social security risk not only at the expense of the father, but also the children, putting them into battle without means of protection.
Well, as for the mentality there ... As the saying goes: " You should not take kindness for weakness, rudeness for strength, and meanness for the ability to live ... "
People living in the Middle Ages cannot understand this.

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