Pride Martial Arts – Myth about having to be incredibly fit to start Martial Arts

This is something that everyone seems to think about when starting Martial Arts that they have to be incredibly fit before they begin because of the training that’s involved! That’s not the case at all.

Yes Martial Arts is a physically demanding sport but building your fitness is part of the process and that is what comes from your weekly classes.

Your Martial Arts classes incorporate skills and drills to help improve fitness, stamina and increases your cardio so you don’t have to go some were else to get this like a gym.

Heavy bag drills help build upper and lower body strength and cardio, pad sessions also improve speed, agility and stamina.

Once you’ve started training in Martial Arts regularly you will notice the results of your training within as little as a month depending on how many times you attend your sessions. All you need to do after then is to maintain the level of your training.

Simple. Myth busted!

“you don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great.”

– Les Brown

 


One thought on “Pride Martial Arts – Myth about having to be incredibly fit to start Martial Arts

  1. This is very true started about 3 or 4 months ago not very fit and overweight in the time I have been going I have worked hard attended classes and the benefits are starting to show

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