Eh, that's nothing that should stop you…
At this point, you're at a stage referred to as "Unconscious Incompetence"… in other words, you don't know what you don't know yet. When you start, you'll feel uncoordinated, awkward, unsure of what you're doing… which is "Conscious Incompetence"… you know what you're meant to do, but not how to do it. After a while, you'll move onto "Conscious Competence", being able to do what you need to by thinking about it, and focusing on it… eventually, you'll arrive at "Unconscious Competence"… where you don't have to think about what you're doing, it'll just be there for you.
For now, of course, just realise that you're at the start… which is where everyone starts from. You're not meant to be good, great, perfect, or anything else… you're meant to be a beginner. Embrace that! It's great! But most importantly… start! Otherwise, nothing will happen… and you'll never get the benefits you're after.
Hey guys, I'd like to learn Kung Fu but I am already 28. The reason for it is I find it quite a disciplined martial art. you think it would still make sense if I start now?
In a year, you'll be 29, if you don't start kung fu. Or, if you start kung fu, in a year, you'll be 29.Hey guys, I'd like to learn Kung Fu but I am already 28. The reason for it is I find it quite a disciplined martial art. you think it would still make sense if I start now?
Welcome to the martial arts Jason.Thanks for the encouragement, guys. I really appreciate it..