It's not uncommon to get tired in the afternoon, but you maybe making it worse than it needs to be. Here are some tips to prevent/minimize the afternoon drops.
Everyone in this society seems to be in a go-go-go mentality. Here are some reasons to break from the norm and focus on the self. You'll benefit all-around.
Valentine’s Day has just passed, but February is still all about the heart. Every year, the
American Heart Association celebrates Heart Month to raise awareness about heart disease
and heart health. What you may not know is that martial arts are great for the heart. In fact, the cardiac benefits of martial arts give a whole new meaning to the idea of cardiovascular fitness.
With that in mind, here are some ways that taking martial arts classes can protect and
strengthen your heart.
Martial arts is an established system that can better the entirety of your being.
Whether you need mental benefits like furthering your discipline muscle, physical benefits like getting in shape, or maybe you’re just looking to make some new friends; martial arts is for you.
Bullying has become an epidemic in recent years. Yes, there have always been bullies, and yes, those bullies have always caused serious and lasting damage to their victims; however, bullying in the 21st century has changed – and not for the better.
It's easy. Too easy. The delicious food is there, no one cares if you take another serving... Your martial training will, though. Sorry to be a grinch, but we're so close to making it through the holidays. Flex that discipline muscle and your training will thank you.
If you're serious about continually improving your martial arts skill, it's important that you train holistically. It's with that in mind that I recommend investing in some strength and conditioning equipment. On a budget? Don't know where to start when building your own personal gym?
If you are looking for a way to improve your health or get in better shape, consider heading to our martial arts school. Martial arts could be the fitness solution that you have been searching for. Discover the benefits of martial arts for men’s health.
You're welcome! This week Mike and Caleb discuss what every person needs in his/her emergency preparedness kits (aka "Bug Out Bag"). Share this important information with everyone you care about! Thanks for listening. If you want to reach the guys, email them at ModernEraFitnessPodcast@gmail.com, or on social media (@MEFPodcast). Like, share, review. Be Healthy. Be Safe.
Mike and Caleb talk about their "white belt moments". After listening to this week's episode, let us know what YOUR white belt moment was! You can email it to ModernEraFitnessPodcast@Gmail.com, or send via social media (@MEFPodcast). Thanks for listening! Want to help out the show? Give us a Like, Share, and Review.
In previous episodes, Mike and Caleb have discussed how to stay safe and keep yourself from being mugged. This time, you've tried to avoid it, you've tried to calm the situation, but the fight is unavoidable, what do you do?! Listen as Caleb shares some tips to help you end the fight and ensure safety. Have questions or comments about this week's topic? Email Mike and Caleb at ModernEraFitnessPodcast@gmail.com, or contact them through social media (@MEFPodcast). Thanks for listening!
Time to gather around the campfire. Mike and Caleb play a casual game of 20 Questions and learn a bit more about each other. Listen as they talk about everything under the sun, including *but not limited to* fitness and martial arts. Thanks for listening in. If you enjoy, please like, share, and review. If you have questions or comments, email the guys at ModernEraFitnessPodcast@gmail.com, or contact them on social media (@MEFPodcast). Be Healthy. Be Safe.
This week on MEF, we have a special guest interview! Mike and Caleb discuss age, self-defense, fitness, and motivation with special guest, Joey Hurt. Listen in as Joey talks about what spurs him on in his martial arts and fitness training. Have a question or show topic you'd like Mike and Caleb to explore? Send them an email at ModernEraFitnessPodcast@gmail.com, or reach them via social media (@MEFPodcast). Give the show a like, share, and review to help spread the message of health and safety. Thanks for listening!
Ever heard of the 80/20 principle? Maybe. Ever apply it to your martial arts journey? You should. Listen in as Mike explains how to get the most effectiveness out of your efforts and not waste your time. Have a question for MEF? Email them at ModernEraFitnessPodcast@gmail.com. You can also reach them on social media (@MEFPodcast). Help us spread our message by becoming a patron on Patreon.com/modernerafitness, or by liking, sharing, and reviewing the show! Thanks for listening.
It's vital that we write down our material as we learn it, affecting multiple parts of our brain. It also provides a visual timeline of your progress and the material you've learned. If you're just now starting your martial journey, don't wait! Start journaling immediately. The later someone starts, the more daunting the task seems.
In a survival/self-defense situation, things are obviously different. We may not have a second chance and need to endure whatever pain we experience, but on the mats we should be pushing ourselves while not ruining ourselves.
Whether we know it or not, we often prevent ourselves from reaching the very goals that motivate us. The reasons why are so many and varied that I wouldn't even know where to begin in listing them.
If you’ve trained in martial arts for an extended period, you’ve likely heard of, and likely experienced, the dreaded "plateau". We've been working hard, but not seeing the progress we once were. The same demon shows up in any self-improvement modality, whether it’s martial arts, strength training, competitive sport training, intrapersonal enrichment, meditation, etc.
Here’s the deal. Martial arts is a great physical activity that can help you get in shape. However, it takes more than physical activity to be healthy.
The old guy (or gal) on the mountain top who answers your question of “Where is the bathroom?” with “In your mind, you will find all answers.” is the pinnacle of martial arts masters, according to movies. S/he has probably been training since s/he could walk. But, what about those of us that start martial arts as adults, and not as limber kids at a Shaolin monastery? Is there any hope that we will gain any proficiency?