Despite years of memetic research conducted across social media platforms near and far, it is now believed that most people who choose not to pursue martial arts do so because they are not interested in it or cannot afford to do so, and not because they’re coward-ass sheep who love to quit. It was long hypothesized that anyone who did not participate in one or more martial arts programs merely lacked the intestinal fortitude to put themselves in uncomfortable situations and persevere, however, it is now believed that many people simply do not find the idea of participating in a martial art to be appealing, and that contrary to previous beliefs, that’s totally okay. Others, while interested in or potentially even loving the arts in question, simply cannot afford the $150 a month gym dues charged by the black belt sharing pictures about the two types of people who exist in the world. Although researchers have not yet gathered a sufficient amount of evidence to confirm, it also appears that there may be a compelling case to be made that there is no right way to enjoy a martial art, and it’s fine to train as often or infrequently as works for you.
New Study Finds Lack of Money, Interest, Not Personal Weakness, Keeping Most People From Training
It’s now suggested that, actually, it’s okay to have different hobbies and financial capabilities.