Lailoken wrote:Hmm...interesting. I never thought of the possibility of there being Celtic marshal arts. I'm sorry to say that I've never heard reference to this, so you may be hard-pressed to find anything. I do practice karate as I like to be physically active as it provides the mind/body exercise and discipline that I don't get (for the most part) from jogging and working out in the gym.
If you do find anything, or if anyone on here knows about Celtic martial arts, I'd love to learn more.
Wyeuro- good of you to give fighting women credit, but cannon - gunpowder did not arrive in europe until about the 13 th century a.d.
I think this thread ha lost its way a bit.Druid physical exercise did'nt exist, as time would'nt allow it.Phyysical energy would have been put into good use,such as chopping firewood,carrying water,walkijng rough terrain.These general chores were enough exercise.In some ways a druids background would dictate how fit or unfit they would have been.
Pim wrote:Past druids did acknowledge the importance of good health, including the benefits of physical exercise.
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