Last week I had the pleasure of teaching two self defence seminars at 1st Central in Haywards Heath, a large insurance company. As a part of their wellness programme, staff … Continue reading Corporate Self Defence Workshops
The school holidays are here and with the amazing weather here in the UK, the parks are full of families. This week just gone, I spent a day by the … Continue reading New Blog Post: Learn How To Play!
January is, of course, the time of year when many of us start thinking of putting new plans into action for the year ahead.However, everyone knows that the best intentions … Continue reading 5 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution
Cross training is an oft-mentioned term in the health, fitness and martial arts world and not without good reason. It is a great way to vary your training, keeping it … Continue reading Benefits of Martial Arts Training
1. Don't settle for where you are right now We are often told that we have to make the best of what we've got or settle for what we have. … Continue reading 5 ways to find your motivation
I've written an extensive blog entry over on http://www.dailycupofchi.com about how Tai Chi can benefit runners... have a look and feel free to leave comments.
If you are anything like me, the thought of running for any length of time on a treadmill fills you with about as much excitement as watching a lot of … Continue reading Make the treadmill more interesting
1. Keep mobile - do joint mobility exercisese everydayAfter a hard training session most people are stiff and ache to some degree a day or two later, especially if they … Continue reading 5 things to do between training sessions or classes
Thought I'd update the blog briefly as it's been a while. At WCA it's been a busy few weeks, lots of classes, personal training, organising courses and most importantly grading Kung … Continue reading Lots going on!