The world is fighting the Coronavirus by staying in their home and in the meanwhile, most of the children are spending their time playing video games. Video games can negatively affect the brain, memory, and vision. They can cause stress, anxiety, and even isolation if the addiction gets severe enough. Kids playing too many video games exhibit impulsive behavior and also show obesity.

Moreover, Karate is a sport where success is determined only by regular practice.

Hanshi Premjit Sen who is President of Karate-Do Association of Bengal, Chairman RC and Treasurer of Karate Association of India and a World Referee and Coach has been conducting online classes to keep the children engaged.

Hanshi Premjit Sen has his branches all over West Bengal and in 14 states. The instructors of these branches who have taken their training from him are also following his footsteps to promote fitness among the students. On receiving a huge response from the students and their guardians, Premjit Sen is also organizing various kinds of online competition.This is keeping them physically fit and also improving their mental state in this hard time of a pandemic.

In this present world, Karate is a skill that every boy and girl must possess.

Karate not only helps in enhancing the physical fitness of an individual but also prepares them to face any kind of atrocious situations. Karate also helps in improving the concentration of a kid.