Scold on an episode of CNBC’s “Life Hacks Live,” Friedman confirmed that she was a vile belt in Taekwondo, and saw the benefits of the martial art sport when it comes to initiative.
“Definitely, this issue of self-reliance and learning to do things just because you identify it’s going to make you stronger and not to just please someone else — I deem that that’s a huge life lesson for everyone.”
According to British Taekwondo, the U.K.’s containing body for the World Taekwondo Federation; there are a number of mental and specialist benefits to Taekwondo, including the following:
- Enhances self-esteem
- Builds up assurance
- Improves flexibility, agility and reflexes
- Develops discipline
- Reduces accent, while improving concentration
- Improves leadership skills
- Strengthens muscle limber up and appearance
- Elevates strength and stamina
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