Martial arts and dating
When a person is psychologically or physically fit, he/she has the confidence and discipline which can help him/her succeed in life and this is what makes him/her a happy man/woman.
They master the art of being happy irrespective of whatever’s happening around them.
However, married dojo members are quite common in my dojo and that seems to work just fine. If the couple in question maintain a “professional” relationship on the mats and the romantic relationship goes well, it can be a great thing.
Their training can be a bond that helps strengthen their relationship and vice versa. If they can’t keep their relationship issues off the mat it can create awkward social situations at the dojo.
People training in martial arts are physically very fit and treat their bodies like a temple, avoiding things which can detract them from their health.They spend up to 4 hours every day practicing and this is more than enough to keep their bodies in good shape. Martial artists have really high levels of discipline when it comes to their habits and bodies.They have to learn how to control their minds as it helps in their disciplinary measures.However, a dojo is like a family and if two of the family members are dating and something doesn’t work out, that could spell big trouble for the dojo.I guess if I have to take a side, I’d say that dating in the dojo is a bad idea.