I hope that you have had a safe and happy Christmas & New Year break, and are now re-energized and ready to kick off for 2019.
2018 was indeed a great year for our academy and students. The past 12 months have been absolutely phenomenal with students pushing hard in their training and classes. Exam results were inspiring, students have grown to be more self-confident and disciplined and fitness goals have been achieved. I am sure that everyone feels that they are in better shape, stronger, faster, and more flexible than last year.
Fitness Tip - Celebrate Small Wins
Posted: September 18, 2018
Celebrate small WINS!
Motivation can be affected when we become consumed with what we haven’t accomplished in a fitness program, and don’t acknowledge the amazing changes that we have already adopted – small changes to eating habits, an extra walk around the block at lunch, etc. The motivation to stick with a fitness routine and healthy lifestyle largely comes from making and celebrating those smaller changes every step of the way.
If you’re having a bad day, week or even month of exercise and diet, remember that you can always start over again at any point. It’s better to finish strong after a slow start than to not try at all! And if you’re doing well and feeling great, pat yourself on the back then strive for more.
Self Defence Tips - Safety when exercising outdoors
Posted: September 01, 2018
SELF-DEFENCE TIP: Practice SAFETY while exercising alone outdoors
This is a great time of the year to be exercising outdoors. Taking your workouts outside from time to time will certainly help keep your fitness routine fresh. The new scenery and unique challenges may even help you break through fitness plateaus.
Of course, there are a few considerations unique to exercising outdoors. So let’s take a look!