There is no better way to reach your dream physique than by studying martial arts! The fast paced classes will help you burn calories and fat, lose weight, will tone your body like you never believed possible! A great way to get fit whilst making new friends!

We don't expect you to start your classes with the ability to run marathons and will cater the training to your own individual level. We do advise you to get your GP's approval before starting if you have any doubts about your health.

 

Our Syllabus will start you slowly with warm ups and drills that you will be able to handle and quickly master. Our aim is to build your confidence to allow you to push yourself harder and rapidly improve your fitness level.

Our classes are the ideal solution for all your weight loss needs and will offer a natural and sustainable route to keeping your body at its ideal weight.

The martial arts techniques and drills you will learn will rapidly increase your flexibility whilst simultaneously toning the bits you want to get in to shape, ie thighs, bums, tums, chest and arms.

We can also offer advice and support on sensible eating and can supply supplements to help you reach your goals whatever they are!

So the big question is how many calories does an hour’s worth of martial arts burn? Quite a lot actually. An average 145 pound person engaging in one hour’s worth of martial arts can expect to burn approximately 870 calories. In order to burn the same amount, a runner of the same weight would need to run an 8 minute mile for 60 minutes or bicycle at 14 miles per hour for 90 minutes.  Comparatively, martial arts is a hot calorie burner.

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Martial arts is one of the most effective weight-loss activities around. It offers a full-body workout by employing movements that exercise all major muscle groups, as well as incorporate balance and dexterity.

Using punching, kicking and fight stances, individuals work their arms, legs, glutes and core through an activity that is challenging and fun at the same time. Despite martial arts stereotypes, it is not strictly about fighting techniques. It’s about improving fitness levels, self-discipline and overall health.

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