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Because not all Martial Arts Clubs are created equal!
Because not all Martial Arts Clubs are created equal!

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Advanced Karate Masterclass coming up
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https://youtu.be/XNKTcOv0YF4 We did some work last night on Tekki Shodan and it's applications.
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Conquer your fears before they conquer you!
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We've been working on the Japanese Karate Kata Sanchin (In Chinese Martial Arts the Kung Fu form is known as Saamchin) in the teenager's classes for the past two weeks.

It's known as the Three Battles because of it's focus on the harmony between mind, body and breath.

Harmony is a key skill in Martial Arts practice, whether in a Kickboxing match or rolling with a partner in Brazilian Ju Jitsu through to protecting our own body and mind. Mindfullness in our training is key to success and longevity of any physical exercise.
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MONDAY MOTIVATION
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Some people dream about succeeding..
successful people wake up and don't give up until they get it
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We're looking forward to hosting a seminar covering healing and the Martial Arts. A rare event and it will be packed full of useful ideas, tip and things to protect your own body.
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Some good tips on using energy efficiently.
When we practice Tai Chi we try to move as efficiently as possible. We mindfully use our energy to ensure that nothing is wasted. Throughout your day play with using the minimum amount of the energy when performing simple tasks; opening doors, standing up, walking, lifting, etc.

Did you use too little energy to move efficiently? Did you use too much? Did the power you used flow naturally or was it rushed? This is a great way to meditate during your normal daily routines and develop mindfulness. It also helps the more mundane tasks of the day become Tai Chi training… and therefore more FUN!
- See more at: http://rochfordmartialarts.com/tai-chi-tip-moving-efficiently/#sthash.9gC5xYPY.dpuf
Tai Chi Tip - Moving Efficiently
Tai Chi Tip - Moving Efficiently
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