You are thinking of beginning Martial arts classes. This definitely will be more interesting than an aerobics session or an hour on the treadmill and exercise bike down at the gym. Let’s take a look at some things you should consider.
Let’s face it – there are a lot of martial arts schools out there. Knowing which one is right for you or your child can be confusing. So how do you tell which schools are great, and which ones aren’t worth your time?
Takewondo is the perfect choice for adult fitness. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been working out for years, or if you’re looking to get back into a regular fitness regime – Taekwondo will help you improve your physical and mental health.
Taekwondo is one of the oldest forms of martial arts. For over 2,000 years the practice has helped people all around the world to develop key life skills – including resilience, confidence and physical and mental fitness. Children gain the strongest benefit from...
Taekwondo is a great way to keep fit, develop confidence, and increase discipline. It's fantastic for physical exercise and mental focus for kids of all ages. If your child has expressed interest in learning a martial art, Taekwondo is a great place to start. Their...
Break down the barriers that are stopping you from learning martial arts and enjoy the amazing physical, mental and emotional rewards it offers.
If you haven’t tried martial arts before, or if you are returning as an adult after a long time, we understand you might be nervous for your first class. At United Martial Arts and Fitness Academy, we know that everyone has to start somewhere and that even the greats were once beginners. That’s why we have put together some of our top tips for your first class to make sure that you get the most out of your training, and most importantly, have fun!
Taekwondo, Mixed Martial Art (MMA), Extreme Weapons and Kicking (EWK)... With so many different martial arts practices and styles to choose from, how will I know which one is the best for me to learn? Growing popularity Martial Arts have become an increasingly popular...
Introducing your children to taekwondo sets goals for them and helps them to learn the skills to achieve these goals. They will also develop the strength and self-discipline to overcome setbacks along the way, how to get up and try again if they fall. Most importantly, they are going to learn how to treat others with respect. All of these skills will be useful in school, social situations and throughout life. While it is true that there is no single martial art that covers every aspect of every discipline, taekwondo with its focus on striking a balance between mind, spirit and body is a well-rounded martial arts technique.