Archive for the ‘Training’ Category

The Top 5 Fat Burning Exercises

Monday, November 12th, 2012

A question common asked in training is “What are the best fat burning exercises”?

Well, as you can imagine, there are no shortage of exercises to chose from, in fact the video below explains very well about the best movements for burning fat. It gives you a series of exercises to chose from for each movement.

The Movements include –

Any type of Squatting Movement – Bodyweight Squat, Single Leg Squat, Barbell Squat etc

Any type of Pushing Exercises – Bench Press, Push Press, Push Ups etc

Any type Pulling Movements – Chin Ups, Pull Ups, Dumbell Rows, Single Rows

Single Leg Exercises – Lunges, Single Leg Squats etc

Total Body Abdominal Exercises – Such as Mountain Climbers

These are the big 5 Movements for a Total Body Workout. They can be done with or without weights. Bodyweight exercises are totally fine so you see you can do something from each of these categories without the need for any weights or fancy equipment.

Watch The Video Below to see an excellent video covering these basic exercises.

Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Sensei Malcolm Bale – Instructor Ju Jitsu Rugby

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Fitness Classes in Rugby Warks

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Our Martial Arts Fitness Classes in Rugby Warks are great fun and will get you motivated to keep attending. There are various aspects covered –

  • Resistance Training
  • Cardio Training
  • Stretching

Our students have had some really great results through our Fitness Classes in Rugby, both physical and mental.  Come and try a couple of sessions for Free.

Sessions involve Bag work, Cardio Karate, Resistance Band Exercises and Martial Arts Stretches. Fitness is relative to each individual, so you can apply as much effort as you need to depending on the level you are at. It is not a case of trying to keep up with everyone else but working at a level where you are comfortable.

Sessions are suitable for both men and women.

There’s only one way to find out if our sessions will be right for you.

Train Smart – Fightwize!

Sensei Malcolm Bale

MMA in Rugby Wark’s

Friday, March 18th, 2011

MMA in Rugby Wark’s with Ju Jitsu. Our Art forms the basis of Karate, Judo and Aikido so consists of a range of striking techniques (punching and Kicking), an array of throws and take-downs, then a complete arsenal of Joint Manipulations – Chokes and hold-downs. I think it is fair to say that Ju Jitsu is the original mixed Martial Art. In fact it would be better described as the Mother of Martial Arts as so many other Arts were developed from it.

Come and take a look at what we have to offer in our sessions, try out a couple of lessons and see what you think for yourself before you even commit to joining us. There are no contracts, just one small monthly fee which you can stop at any time.

I’m excited to introduce MMA in Rugby Wark’s, programs are available for Adults and Children. Regular sessions are provided for those who want to learn Ju Jitsu techniques, work on improving themselves, their general health and fitness and then we have additional sessions for those who want to go the extra mile 😮 Private sessions are also available.

Visit our Site and give us a call or drop us a line.

Sensei Malcolm – MMA in Rugby, Warks

Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Learn AikiJutsu – One of The Most Effective Martial Arts?

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Learn Aikijutsu

learn Aikijutsu – The Martial Art of the Samurai –

 

It is now possible for the first time ever to learn Aikijutsu, you can study all the techniques required for promotion from white to black belt with online video instruction in the exact order and lesson format that you would experience in private lessons at the Academy. Whether this is your first martial art or you are an experienced martial artist looking to expand your knowledge, is perfect for you.

 

Through innovative Video Teaching, carefully explained step by step that allows you to learn AikiJutsu from the comfort of your home. There are no time restrictions and with the evaluation process, your progress can be monitored, skills evaluated, and assess your eligibility for official belt promotions on your journey to mastery.

Why learn Aikijutsu? Well, over many centuries it has proven to be a very effective self defense system, used by the Samurai in ancient Japan for close combat fighting, utilization of one’s opponent’s movement or intention in order to subdue them usually through join manipulation and throwing techniques makes it useful in today’s conditions.

Instructor – Armando Toral has been involved with Martial Arts since he was a teenager, he was introduced to the Art over 20 years ago proudly holds a 3rd. degree Black Belt, He has spent many years sharpening skills and commitment and to help you learn Aikijutsu the same effective way he teaches his very own students in the Dojo.

Join the online Academy to Learn Aikijutsu and you will get:

 

  • Over 150 of the best online training videos – with step by step explanation
  • Complete Curriculum – 8 rank advancements from white to black belt.
  • Modular system – carefully selected monthly teaching modules.
  • Powerful and Effective self defense techniques – used by the Samurai.
  • Original techniques – transferred from generation to generation.
  • Save Money – pay only a fraction of private lessons

You are about to get started a very exciting journey into this Martial Art, whether you are familiar, experienced or not, you will find it to be a beautiful yet effective system for self defense.

Start Your Journey to ==> learn AikiJutsu Today <==

 

 

Teaching Martial Arts with the Aid of 125 Dynamite Drills

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Makes Teaching Martial Arts or Learning Martial Arts Easy With 100+ Drills and Exercises…

– Finally you can stop scratching your head wondering what to teach next – no more inventing stuff on the spur of the moment hoping that it’s ACTUALLY going to work… You can take immediate control of your Martial Arts classes, add structure and never run out of ideas again.”

 

The 125 Dynamite Drills includes:

 


43 Martial Arts Warm Up & Endurance Training Drills…

These are downright heart starting, blood pumping, enduring exercises that’ll have your class working hard and wanting more…

 

30 Basic Karate Technique Exercises…

To refine and polish loads of basic technique no matter what style you teach. They’re fun, simple and are proven to make students more focused and deliver more power.

 

20 Killer Kata Exercises…

Instead of doing the same old “I’ll count and we all do it together” exercise, you can now have your students test their knowledge and understanding by trying these challenging drills.

Each requires your students to really THINK about what they’re doing, rather than mindlessly going through the movements.

 

21 Kumite (Sparring Drills)…

 

To turn a choir boy into into a dynamic, hard hitting, fast moving fighting machine! Yes, these drills work footwork, dynamic movement, timing, distance, angle of attack, etc. These are great for improving sparring skill sets for both tournament and the dojo.

 

12 Self Defense Drills…

To bring out the best in your students and take them as close to the real thing without the associated risk of injury. They’re extremely effective exercises for building awareness, reaction time and effective self defense technique.

 

Give it a go:

125 Dynamite Drills

 

Sensei Malcolm Bale

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Sunday, July 26th, 2009

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Personal Safety During Outdoor Exercise

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Another area to consider when thinking about personal safety is for those who participate in outdoor exercise.

Below are a few tips for walkers and joggers to stay safe while you stay fit.

Don’t go it alone. Your walking or jogging routine will more fun if a friend comes along.  An attacker would rather attack someone who is alone, so you’re less of a target if you have an exercise buddy. As a bonus: it makes it harder to skip your workout when you know someone is at the park waiting for you!

Bring man’s best friend. If you were a bad guy, who would you rather attack? A woman walking all alone, or a woman walking with a big dog? Exactly! The presence of your best furry friend makes you a much less attractive target.

Avoid the deserted spots. The solitude is wonderful, but is it worth compromising your safety?  Instead, choose well-lit, well-traveled areas.  A park with lots of other walkers and joggers won’t provide the solitude you crave, but it will provide a safe place to workout.

Buy a treadmill. On the days that your partner can’t make it, walk or jog on your treadmill. Also, if there is no place that you feel safe, a treadmill provides a good workout right in your own home.

Don’t go empty handed. Carry a Whistle, Keychain or some type of loud Personal Alarm in case you feel threatened.  Also, carry pepper spray in case you are attacked. Both items come in small versions that will fit easily in a pocket or on a key ring.

The bottom line is “Do not Neglect Personal Safety During Outdoor Exercise”.

Train Smart – Fightwize

Repetition is the mother of Skill

Monday, December 1st, 2008

The saying “Repetition is the Mother of Skill” can be applied very directly to Martial Arts Training. It is very true that repetitive training can lead to great improvements in your technique. However, it is essential that you learn the techniques to a point where you are confident in carrying the movements out.

If you were to repeat incorrect techniques time and time again, then you are simply reinforcing poor technique which is never a good thing.

This theory can be applied to most areas of your training, whether you are training for Kicks, Punches, throws, joint locks or even good technique for training exercises.

Be sure to learn the correct movements at a low intensity and gradually build up the tempo as you become more confident.  Never be afraid to go back to the beginning and ensure your technique is good and then build the tempo up again. Don’t allow yourself to get sloppy in your movement.

Repetition is the Mother of Skill but only when you are positively reinforcing good technique.

Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Martial Arts Video

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

One area that is so easy and inexpensive to utilise these days is Martial arts Video. Use it to improve your current level of skill. A camcorder can be bought very inexpensively. A tripod makes filming easier and also the footage look a better quality.

There is very little technical skill required in order to get this done so do not let that hold you back.

The ability to record footage of your training is so easy to do and to upload onto your Computer or straight into a format that can be viewed and studied. Look for areas that are strong but also look for those areas that require improvement.

Martial Arts Video is especially a great tool for keeping up kids enthusiasm for training as they love to see themselves on TV or the computer.

Regardless of whether you use Martial arts Video to keep up enthusiasm, to track progress or to study techniques, it is a great, simple and inexpensive tool that you really should be taking advantage of.

Train Hard – Train Smart – Fightwize

Sledge Hammer Training

Monday, October 13th, 2008

Add some Power to your Striking and also to your Throwing Techniques with Sledge Hammer Training.

 

This method is so easy to set up, it’s completely inexpensive and you can even do it right at home in your own Back Yard. A sledge hammer costs just a few dollars and you can pick up tires for nothing at many places.

Sledge Hammer Training is a perfect conditioning exercise that you really should incorporate into your workouts. Sledge Hammer Training is great for your grip strength, it is great to increase core strength and will help increase work capacity.

You will develop that explosive Power that is a major requirement of any Combat Athlete. Mixed Martial Arts, Judo, Boxing, Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, you name it – They can all take advantage of the benefits of Sledge Hammer Training.