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EVERYONE SHOULD CONSIDER WHILE LEARNING SELF-DEFENSE TECHNIQUES

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EVERYONE SHOULD CONSIDER WHILE LEARNING SELF-DEFENSE TECHNIQUESBasic skills: Whenever you plan to learn the self-defense skills, don’t forget to keep in mind whether you just want to learn the basic skills or you want to learn the advanced skills of martial arts. Also, never forget that to reach advanced level of martial arts; you first need to learn the basic skills in a better way. Until you learn the basic self-defense skills, you won’t be able to learn further. If you feel interested in learning advanced skills after learning basics skills, proceed with advanced self-defense skills. Preparing mindset: Mindset is the essential aspect of any self-defense training, especially when you are willing to fight back with someone by implementing your self-defense skills. You need to stay calm first if you wish to take some useful action, never perform any action when you are in the worst mood. Have patie…
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Weight Training for Women

Weight Training forWomen
There is a common misconception that lifting weights would make women big and bulky. With R2F starting its weight training classes, one of the most frequently asked questions we receive is “is weight training suitable for women?”.
Given today’s fast paced lifestyle, the part exercising plays in our lives is becoming increasingly important. However, we repeatedly feel there is a lack of time or energy (or both) that prevents us from finding ENOUGH time to workout. Although cardiovascular exercises (such as running, walking, swimming) all have some health benefits, adding strength training to your fitness regimen can allow you to achieve your fitness goals more effectively. Here are some reasons all women should incorporate weight training into their workout routines:
·Burns more calories: As you lift more weights you increase your lean muscle mass. The good news here is according to several studies, it was found that 1 pound (0.45 kgs) of muscle burns about 10 c…