I have practiced martial arts in three different clubs.
My main Instructors were:
Sensei Nidal Malki – 2nd Dan Black Belt
Sensei Glen Moulds – 5th Dan Black Belt
Sensei Rod Butler – 6th Dan Black Belt
Over the years, I have realised that being flexible is so important in the practice of martial arts as it tends to unify the body, mind & spirit.
Flexibility is the trade mark of a great performer and is important to every martial artist. We will dedicate a good time of the training to work on flexibility & stretching to improve your physique & flexibility through dynamic stretching techniques and mental focus. This is just because a flexible muscle is less prone to injuries, allowing you to deliver powerful blows and kicks quicker and permits you to execute each technique more effectively.
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When you first start to train you’ll make gains in your training but after a few months these gains will level off because your body has learnt to adapt. To avoid hitting a plateau you need to change your martial arts workout every couple of weeks.