We live in a modern society, but we each respond differently to modern conveniences. Our height, shape and proportions cause us to interact uniquely with our environment and to adapt to activities and traumas we’ve experienced. This helps some of us develop a healthy movement system while the rest of us develop a painful one
We’re excited to announce the re-opening of the clinic portion of Konga on a limited schedule beginning this upcoming Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020. We’ll keep you informed as more of our services become allowed and available to the public as well.
Fasting and exercise will be important this month. This follow-along series will give our viewers the opportunity to learn martial arts instruction as well as fitness exercises. This promotes the double benefit of learning how to protect yourself and getting/staying in shape. Yes you heard that right, you can get more than one thing out of this!
Hey guys, lots of take-aways you can’t miss in this podcast episode. We dive deep into a very important topic today which is training while fasting. Ramadan is a month every year that Muslims all over the globe celebrate. We fast each day of the month from dusk till dawn.
As the world continues to stay home, the line between the gym and the rest of the world continues to blur. It’s time to look at your immediate environment through a different lens. One that sparks creativity from any given circumstance. You need to adapt how you workout.
To become better at martial arts, you need to make sure that your training involves some form of conditioning. Workouts without weights are a great way to accomplish this. This can be anything that increases your heart rate and challenges your stamina.
The great thing about bodyweight exercises is that whether you’re a beginner, or a seasoned athlete, there’s always a way to make things challenging. The progressions in these exercises are very straightforward too. What are you waiting for? Let’s get this work.
The difference is the level of difficult in these techniques. Intermediate adds the Southpaw stance to the mix which is when your right leg is the lead one. The striking combinations have increased in complexity too with more strikes, ducks, and blocks added.