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Values accepted by older seniors karate fighters

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Introduction: One group of the practicing Far East martial arts is older seniors karate fighters over 35 years of age. The values they present differ from those of the entrants to the art. The goal of the paper is to obtain knowledge on the values presented by older seniors karate fighters. Method: The study was conduced on 10 males between 35 – 59 years of age with 23 – 30 years of karate training experience. All of them hold black belts (1 - 6 Dan). The study was carried out based on a diagnostic survey with and open - ended questionnaire. Results: The subjects of the study accept values connected with positive traits of charac ter (34 p ositive answers) and positive personal interactions (33 positive answers). Further, there are philosophical (mentioned 7 times), fitness (5 positive answers), health, and sport aspects (3 times) of karate. The less acceptable values refer to the aesthetic aspects of karate and to the cultural ones, as well as to the employment opportunities for employment. Discussion: The older seniors karate fighters prefer the positive characteristics such as relaxation of mind, courage, consciousness, will power, compo sure and consistence in action. Almost equally, they accept positive personal interactions, especially integrity, truthfulness. Here, the participants noted negative interactions in their environment. As an art, karate contains aesthetic aspects and also provides opportunity for learning about the culture of the Far Eats. Karate may also be a way of making a living. According to the older seniors karate fighters, karate is their way of life, part of their personality and the values carried by karate are p resent in many aspects of their lives.
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