Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to have you around my table. Several days ago I wrote an article to share some thing that has helped me in my recovery process. To empower individuals who learn more effectively through watching and listening I am creating this video presentation of the article. Below is an excerpt from the article. May you be encouraged in your recovery process as you listen to, watch or read the article.
“Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to have you around my table. Yesterday I wrote and published an article, Neuroplasticity, Small Successes and Learning / Relearning Skill Sets. In response to the article, I received a comment and a request. “It would be extremely helpful for those trying to best utilize the neuro plasticity, maybe you could be more specific as to which martial arts training works best for what. It would be greatly helpful to even post a regimen for those who practice a martial art or seeking to and have a brain injury.” I began to answer this question and then decided that answering the comment and request through an article would serve many.
Let me first say that I have trained in various martial arts post injury with safety as a priority. I am not suggesting that a person recovering from a brain injury start training in martial arts. Please consult with your Dr. before beginning training in any martial art discipline. Martial arts have and continue to be a part of my journey and recovery process. What I will share in this article; is, what I have learned and found that works best for me. As my martial arts instructor (Sensei) shared with me many times, “What works for me may not work for you.”, I do not know which martial art style or regimen would work best for each individual, given their specific brain injury. I can only share the benefits that I have gained through the styles that I have pursued as a martial artist.”
To listen to / watch this presentation, please click on the following link: Martial Arts, Neuroplasticity and Recovering from Brain Injury Video Presentation
To read the article from which this presentation is made, please click on this link: Martial Arts, Neuroplasticity and Recovering from Brain Injury
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