Posts tagged Combat Arts
New Combat Cardio fitness programme

If you want to improve your health, have a stronger body and gain confidence you need to try Combat Arts’ new Combat Cardio fitness program. It’s a fun and exciting way to exercise, whilst learning the secrets to punch, kick and elbow like the pros and staying injury free.

Combat Cardio is perfect for beginners. It allows you to workout regardless of your body condition and lets you push yourself to the limit in a safe environment.

Positive results await you with Combat Cardio.

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7 reasons to try martial arts

Just about everyone knows about the popular martial arts, such as Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu and Tai Chi. You may even have heard of the art forms we use at Combat Arts; Muay Thai, Pancak Silat, Kali and Jeet Kune Do.

Just about everyone has thought about taking up a martial art at some point in time. Maybe as another way to stay in shape. Possibly as a means to protect yourself from the school bully. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of reasons why people choose to take up martial arts. But have you ever actually done it? Do you need a reason?

I want to take a second to outline what I feel are the most important reasons to at least try Combat Arts.

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Why diets are bad news for you

Why is it that merely saying the “D” word, you know “diet”, brings immediate thoughts of failure to the minds of many men and women around the world?

You need to eat to survive. You cannot live without eating. This means that if food is a problem in your life, you must find a healthier way of viewing food.

Isn’t this where diets generally come in handy? The short answer is no. This is where diets often fail.

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Why you need to make stretching part of your everyday routine

The body is flexible. It’s designed to be able to bend, flex and stretch. You should be able to bend and reach that something you dropped on the floor. You should be able to apply sunscreen to your own back. You should be able to reach that book you need to read at the top shelf.

These are simple activities. Nothing grand about them, you merely stretched out a bit. However, if have difficulties in doing such simple motions, then you maybe you need to stretch your limits. You need a stretching program.

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The secret to healthy ageing is just to think positively

The mind can be a very powerful tool. Over recent decades, there has been much talk about positive psychology and the workings of the mind. The belief is that the more you are grateful for, the more you will have to be grateful for in your future. Thinking positively is equated with drawing even more positive things into your life.

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The Snowball Effect of Exercising

Everything we do in this universe has a trickle-down effect that comes along with it. If we smile at others, others smile back at us; if we are in a bad mood, others will pick up on that and become edgy as well. This is known as the snowball effect. Did you know, however, that exercise could have a snowball effect as well?

Well, it can. Exercising is not only good for you; it is good for the universe as well. There are so many positive effects on ourselves from exercising, yet we do not realize how many positive results it can have on those around us at the same time.

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Moderate exercise for 30 minutes increases your energy levels dramatically

How many times have you ever felt tired and stressed out from work and the moment you get home your children come running towards you asking you to play football with them? And how many times do you refuse and promise them that you will after you take you rest.

Here’s a thought? Instead of disappointing your children, why not say, "yes" after all?

You will be pleasantly surprised by the amount of energy you will have after just 30-minutes of a fun kick-about with them.

Did you know that by exercising at a moderate pace for only 30 minutes, you would feel a lot better, mentally?

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On your way to a healthier you

Many people end up abandoning perfectly good fitness programs and weight-loss regimes before they even lace up their sneakers.

Why?

Because in a world filled with fast food, instant messaging, and a five-second disease-tracking device, anything without a quick payoff goes against the grain of the instant gratification ethic.

Yes, it would be fantastic to actually drop inches in just a few days like those miracle ads proclaim.

But, managing weight and losing weight through physical fitness is a slow and steady process that takes time and commitment.

There is no quick fix. Fact!

But where do you start?

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