April 25, 2019

 Getting children engaged in their martial arts training can be, at times, challenging. They can often seem bored of the repetition required in the arts to improve technique. 

As an instructor, it is your duty to keep them engaged and active. One of the best w...

March 6, 2018

There we are now, in the lobby at the desk, with our luggage, and he asks, “how may I help you?” After a sideward glance to the bride, I said, “checking in”.

October 25, 2017

October 24, 2017

Woke up this morning with the best of intentions...AND I kept them!
Well, it was mostly due to my snarky British accented "MyFitnessFoe"!
All day long there he was, watching me, staring me down...every step I took, every food I ate, he was watching me.....

October 24, 2017

 A few months ago I had a hernia operation and not being able to workout for these past months has, well, added a few pounds, well, more like 30ish, to my frame!

Easing back into exercising has been daunting to say the least! Although I regularly instruct martial arts,...

September 11, 2017

The first couple of weeks back to school can often leave kids AND parents exhausted at the end of the day. This is normal as everyone gets used to the 'routine' of school, homework, activities etc. 

Don't let this discourage you or let it be a reason for your child to s...

September 5, 2017

Martial Arts Training can give your child the confidence to face any challenge or obstacle they encounter

February 25, 2017

Training observations - One must have the ablility to accept your limitations and work with them, intstead of letting them guide your training. 

If your joints are limited due to some type of permanent issue, and you're trying to "kick to the head" and only end up...

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