Friday and Saturday Class 7/15 and 7/16

On Friday, adults and kids can expect another overwhelming arm workout with lots of punches, hand stands, cartwheels, and heavy throwing!

Saturday we will do legs and lower core, with some helpful 60 second exercises.  These 1 minute techniques are great “pocket” techniques that anyone can do in limited space and limited time, but still get their heart rate up, and work on muscle groups that go missed in day-to-day life!

Any extra time we have on both days, we will work on complex obstacles!  Remember, to those students who are looking to advance to red belt I want a form and I want it snappy!  Make sure to show me so I can help you with it!

No Class Saturday 7/9

Friday classes 6-7 for kids and 7-8 for adults is still in session!  It will be a more vigorous arm day than last friday, so be prepared!

Saturday, our host has informed me they need the facility for choreography practice, so no class will be held Saturday!  For ambitious students, I recommend doing 20 squats, and 1 one minute wall-sit alternatively until your legs turn to jelly!

 

July 1st and 2nd class

On 7/1, adults’ and children’s classes will be doing terrible strenuous arm exercises!  Keep your guard raised, your arms up, and your punches strong.  You can prep for this class by eating healthy foods and doing lots of push ups!  Why do arm exercises?  They build strong punches, and improve your ability to block and defend yourself.

As usual, punching drills will include the kids punching me in the stomach repeatedly.  My ribs always enjoy that.  The offer still stands for kids.  If they send me to the hospital, they get a stripe.  Adults are not permitted to punch me, much.  Most could send me to the hospital, and adults don’t get stripes for that, only pained looks of betrayal.

 

On 7/2, both classes will be doing some exhausting leg exercise!  Prep with squats, lunges, and wall sits!  Kids will be doing a relay race for the best times.  I expect SPEED.  Adults will enjoy a thorough bout of knife defense.  I expect to have my wrist broken!