Self-defence programmes

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Keep fit with Martial Arts and Self Defence Classes in Brighton at The Choi Foundation

Self-defence Martial Arts Classes Brighton

FREE trail class at The Choi Foundation. Classes for Adults, Kids and families of all ages and abilities. We are based a Dorothy Stringers School in the dance studio and there is plenty of free parking in the car park.

If you like your trail class you can go on to try our ‘£20 trial month*’.  Normal price £46.50 per person per month (2 classes a week, 8 lessons* in total) and 10% discount to families.

We look forward to seeing you. Try a FREE trail class this week, email Robert here.

Adults FREE trial class offer to Choi Kwang Do, Choi Foundation

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Keep fit with Martial Arts and Self Defence Classes in Brighton at The Choi Foundation

Keep fit with Martial Arts and Self-defence Classes in Brighton at The Choi Foundation

Martial Arts Brighton

Classes for Adults, Kids and families of all ages

Call or text for a FREE trial class at The Choi Foundation. We are based a Dorothy Stringers School in the dance studio and there is plenty of free parking in the car park.

If you like your trail class you can go on to try our ‘£20 trial month’.  Normal price £45 per person per month (2 classes a week, 8 lessons in total) and 10% discount to families.

We look forward to seeing you.

Based in the Dance studio at Dorothy Stringers School. Brighton self defence classes.

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Keep fit with Martial Arts and Self Defence Classes in Brighton at The Choi Foundation

FREE Trial class

There are many reasons to exercise regularly. Above all, it keeps you healthy. Call or text for a FREE Trial class at The Choi Foundation – Choi Kwang Do. Classes for Kids, Adults and families of all ages. There is plenty of free parking in the school car park.

£20 trial month*

If you like your trial class you can go on to try our ‘£20 trial month*’. Normal price £45 per person per month (2 classes a week, 8 lessons* in total) and 10% discount to families.

We look forward to seeing you. For a FREE trial class, email Robert here.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Creating S.M.A.R.T. Goals

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Keep fit with Martial Arts and Self Defence Classes in Brighton at The Choi Foundation

Our job @CKDBrighton is to educate, motivate and assist you in reaching your optimum potential leading to a healthy life.  Sometimes just a kind word or a motivational quote can change everything. Goal setting is a process that starts with careful consideration of what you want to achieve and ends with a lot of hard work. The SMART process is an effective way to set and meet your goals. Continue reading

@CKDBrighton Disarm your cravings

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Keep fit with Martial Arts and Self Defence Classes in Brighton at The Choi Foundation

Disarm your cravings with the 5 Ds:

Your body needs exercise the way it needs oxygen and water. Thank you for choosing us as one of your vital necessities.

@CKDBrighton Disarm your cravings with the 5 Ds:

  • Delay—wait 10 minutes
  • Distract—concentrate on something else
  • Distance—do not keep temptation on hand
    make yourself leave your environment to get the food
  • Determine—think about how much you really want it
  • Decide—know how much to eat; if you choose to eat
    something you crave, remember to enjoy it.

For a FREE trial class, email Robert here.

Healthy Lifestyle with Martial Arts

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Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Local exercise classes with a difference, martial arts, it’s not as scary as you think!

Metabolism-Boosting Steps

While it’s true that our metabolism naturally slows down as we get older, these tips can help people of all ages and sizes optimise their daily calorie burn.

Aerobic exercise is the key!

You probably already know that aerobic exercise helps rev up your metabolism and thus burns calories while you’re doing it. But did you know that aerobic activities also cause your metabolism to stay revved up for a period of time after exercising?

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Get S.M.A.R.T. with Martial Arts fitness

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Keep fit Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Keep fit Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Easy everyday fitness with Martials Arts

Choi Foundation classes set goals for you. Learning new self-defence moves, kicks and punches with each new colour belt you achieve.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Creating S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Goal setting is a process that starts with careful consideration of what you want to achieve and ends with a lot of hard work. The SMART process is an effective way to set and meet your goals.

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Learn a new skill, learn Martial Arts

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Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Learn real-life, practical self-defense skills

Achieve a greater level of health and well-being with Choi Foundation Martial Arts in Brighton.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Words to Inspire

Sometimes just a kind word or a motivational quote can change everything.

Your body hears everything your mind says.” ~ Naomi Judd

Nothing is over until you stopped trying.” ~ Unknown

If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you.” ~ Fred DeVito

Six months from now, you’ll wish you’d started today.” ~ Unknown

I’m not telling you it is going to be easy, I’m telling you it is going to be worth it.” ~ Art Williams

Exercise is a great way to deal with stress

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Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Burn calories at The Choi Foundation Martial Arts

5. Get a move on. In addition to burning calories, exercise is a great way to deal with stress. Exercise is the fountain of youth and one of the best investments you can make for your health. Continue reading

Improve your mood with Martial Arts

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Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Increase your brain feel-good with Martial Art fitness

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Feel Good

1. Exercise pumps up endorphins. Physical activity helps increase the production of the brain’s “feel-good” neurotransmitters, called endorphins.

2. Exercise is meditation in motion. After exercising, most of us have forgotten the day’s irritations by concentrating only on the body’s movements. Often people discover that regular exercise helps people remain calm and clear in everything that they do.

3. Exercise generally improves mood. Regular exercise can increase self-confidence and lower the symptoms associated with anxiety. Many people find they sleep better when they have exercised.

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Martial Arts will help you sleep

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Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Martial Arts exercises the whole body and mind

… Exercise triggers an increase in body temperature, and the post-exercise drop in temperature may promote falling asleep. Exercise may also reduce insomnia by decreasing arousal, anxiety and depressive symptoms. Insomnia is commonly linked with elevated arousal, anxiety, and depression, and exercise has strong effects on reducing these symptoms in the general population. Finally, exercise may reduce insomnia by its effects on circadian rhythms (body clock). For people with insomnia due to the timing of their body clock, exercise may shift its timing depending upon the time exercise is performed…

https://sleepfoundation.org/ask-the-expert/how-does-exercise-help-those-chronic-insomnia

Strengthen your self-control with Martial Art fitness

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Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Building muscles and toning your body has more than just physical benefits

Martial Arts is for everyone of all ages.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Can You ‘Train’ Yourself to Have More Willpower?

You can train your body, your mind… and your will power. That’s according to a study which said that with a little practice, it may be possible to strengthen and improve your self-control.

The study suggests self-control, or willpower, is like

“building a muscle.” “The more you ‘exercise’ it by working out even when you don’t feel like it, the more you’ll increase and strengthen your self-control ‘muscle’ and quite possibly improve your health,”

says lead author Tricia M. Leahey, Ph.D. Building muscle and toning your body has more than just physical benefits. It can also aid you with willpower and self-control. Being able to accomplish this every day is a great motivator. Knowing that you have done something to improve your body makes you not want to spoil it.

Source: sciencedaily.com

Achieve small goals while exercising with Martial Arts

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Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Martial Arts goals are achieved in every class

Our Martial Art classes are about learning and improving techniques in every class. Praise is given regularly helping you achieve these small goals. Grading is our larger goal and is achieved every 3-4 months, if you are ready.

Whether you are contemplating a big change, working toward achieving a goal or just trying to get through the day, these quotes should give you a little dose of inspiration and motivation.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Food For Thought

“If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.” ~ Jim Rohn

The only bad workout is the one that didn’t happen. ~ unknown

You don’t always get what you wish for; you get what you work for! ~ unknown

“You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.” ~ Zig Ziglar

Yesterday you said tomorrow. ~ unknown

For a FREE trial class, email Robert here.

Positive thoughts with Martial Arts

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Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Learning a new skill in every class

“The road to success is always under construction” ~ Lily Tomlin

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Mental Toughness

Positive Affirmations Prior to Exercise

Positive thoughts will increase your energy level. Telling yourself that you are out of shape and not as strong or flexible as you used to be can rob you of necessary energy. Prior to exercise, think about your unique skills and abilities. Positive thoughts create enthusiasm and excitement.

Visualise Success

One of the strategies that athletes use is visualising success before they begin competing. You can apply this same principle to your own workouts.

Replace Negative Thoughts with Positive Thoughts

The tendency is to focus on weaknesses and failures and beat yourself up for not being in better shape. Mental toughness involves consciously avoiding negative thoughts about failure during exercise, and replacing those thoughts with positive ones.

The next time you work out, reward yourself with the positive thought that you are doing it! You might notice that you are a bit stronger.

Source: fitday.com

Martial Art fitness boosts you energy

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Fitness classes for all at Brighton Marital Arts and Self-defence classes, The Choi Foundation, Robert Tanswell

Martial Arts stimulates the brain too

We tend to feel more energised and ready to tackle the world after a good workout! Read on for more energy boosters…

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Energy Boosters to Get You through the Day

Get your exercise. Vigorous exercise can act like a stimulant (which is a great daytime energiser), so schedule your workouts in the morning or afternoon when you need a boost the most. Sources: realage.com, webmd.com

Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person’s physical, emotional, and mental states

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“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” ~ Robert J Collier

“Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person’s physical, emotional, and mental states.” ~ Carol Welch

Anyone can start today and make a new ending

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“If you focus on results, you will never change.
If you focus on change, you will get results.” ~ Jack Dixon

“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” ~ Maria Robinson