New Year's Resolutions!

The Christmas season is a time for New Year's resolutions. Have you achieved last year resolutions? People make them and break them every year. It doesn't have to be that way for you, however, if you keep in mind that a New Year's resolution is no different from any other personal goal. Goals should be SMART: specific, motivating, achievable, relevant, and trackable. You're more likely to actually achieve a goal that meets these criteria.

Are you bore of going to the gym and pump those cold irons in order to improve your health and fitness. Paid your gym membership and only visited once or twice. Why not try something different for this New Year’s resolutions.

Martial Arts are a great way to get fit and learn useful self defence skills at the same time. In addition make new friends and increase your social network. Unlike gym membership requires you to sign a year contract. You can try a class and if you like it you can attend all classes with monthly fee. Mind you the fees are a lot cheaper than most corporate gym.

With one to one private tailor made lesson, you will be surprised how fast you can achieve your goals.

Book private lessons in Jan 2011 and get £10 off for every lesson you booked.

Call Aldrich on: 07595509116

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The inner rewards of martial arts

After three week of regular martial arts training, practitioners will have improvements in blood sugar and pressures, as well as calcium metabolism.

These changes translate into better functioning of the body and brain, and overall risk reduction for such diseases as hypertension, diabetes, heart and respiratory diseases, osteoporosis, anxiety, depression and some cancers.

Martial arts also bring about remarkable change in brain chemistry. Higher levels of serotonin, endorphins and dopamine have been recorded following training.

These will boost moods and increase self-confidence. Those who use the right side of their brain are likely to be better at martial arts as they have superior spatial perception. Aldrich Sawbwa, founder of Kung Fu Fitness, explains: ‘In terms of mental strength, everything we do in life requires self-confidence. By controlling balance and power in martial arts, we learn to control anger. If you can’t focus you can’t see and then you get hit, which is why martial arts are a way of meditation. Even with small amounts of practice you’ll find beneficial effects to mind and body’.
Kung Fu Fitness is a combination of different Kung Fu style and Bando Kick boxing (Lethwei).