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Everything in todays society is very fast-paced No one these days has any time to do anything unless it is done within a few minutes to an hour Technology is trying to make all things simpler for people even with getting people into shape Enhanced weight training machines are more used now than free weights dietary supplements are used to artificially increase a persons health and certain drinks these days enhance muscle and athletic performance Even in the martial arts world many changes are being undertaken People these days look for a fast and sometimes easy style to learn but what they do not understand is that these styles cannot be taught overnight It takes years of hard work and practice to become good that these styles Many martial arts instructors these days are trying to appeal to the people of this time era by teaching their students in only a few months techniques and conditioning methods that would take years and years to learn In our fast paced world not that many people have the time or even want to give the effort to learn the true or traditional styles of the martial arts Styles like Kung Fu and Swai Chaio are styles that take years to learn to be used effectively and if practiced too fast the consequences are that the person practicing will not gain the strength and power that those styles are very well known for Other styles like Jiu Jitsu are very different These styles are very easy to learn in the short run and are very effective in certain situations but what they gain in that they lack in other areas In this day and age of fast-paced life styles no martial arts style would be the best because most of the styles take too long to learnKung Fu is probably one of the most well known martial arts styles in the world today With all its very flashy
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