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  •  in Tring - Tring Martial Arts - Office workers have substantially higher rates of obesity than the national average

    Office workers have substantially higher rates of obesity than the national average

    According to http://workplaceinsight.net/office-workers-have-substantially-higher-rate-of-obesity-than-national-average/ Obesity rates among office workers are substantially higher than other workers, a new report claims. Recent figures have revealed that 63 percent (NOO.org) of UK people entered 2017 either overweight or obese; despite around 35 percent holding a new year’s resolution to lose weight last year, The research also claimed that absent rates due to lifestyle related diseases is costing the British economy over £8.2 billion per year. Following this revelation, in correlation with National Obesity Awareness Week, Savoystewart.co.uk looked at which industries are ....

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  •  in Tring - Tring Martial Arts - Stuck for a Birthday Party Idea?

    Stuck for a Birthday Party Idea?


    At Tring Martial Arts Academy you can leave the entertaining to us! Each Birthday Party is designed to not only be fun, but also organised. When you arrive the school will be set up, decorated and ready for the games and fun to begin. At the end of the Birthday Party we simply bid you farewell so you can go home and relax, with not one bit of cleaning required. Our highly trained staff will personally supervise and coordinate everything from beginning to end. Let Us Do All The Work!
    Each party is filled with specially designed drills and games making it possible for all the kids to have fun while they learn some basic Martial Arts skills. Additionally, there is no prior Martial Arts ....

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  •  in Tring - Tring Martial Arts - Personal Safety Tips For Men

    Personal Safety Tips For Men

    Personal Safety Tips For Men

    FACT: Men are twice as likely than women to be a victim of a violent attack. TIPS
    Think about where you are going and how to get there. Plan your route to avoid deserted streets and dark parks or alleyways.
    Avoid wearing headphones or chatting on your mobile when walking down the street alone, as this will prevent you from hearing any danger warning signals.
    Carry a personal attack alarm. They are not just for women. Use it to shock and disorientate an attacker. This will gain vital seconds for you to get away.
    If you hear or see trouble ahead, then cut off or turn around before you get to it and head to the nearest safe place, such as a garage, police ....

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  •  in Tring - Tring Martial Arts - Very Important Announcement!!!

    Very Important Announcement!!!

    Very Important Announcement WE ARE NOT IN COMPETITION WITH OTHER MARTIAL ART SCHOOLS!! We are in competition with the issues that directly effect the lives of children and adults in our community such as:
    Obesity
    Bullying
    Lack of Confidence
    Body Image Issues
    Sedentary Lifestyles
    Family Issues
    Lack of Self Belief If we all worked together to rid our community of these problems our society would be a better place ....

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  •  in Tring - Tring Martial Arts - Face Bullies with Confidence

    Face Bullies with Confidence

    Face Bullying With Confidence
    Originally written on our sister site http://www.tringantibullying.co.uk on May 28th, 2012 Here are some practices you can work on with the young people in your life. 1. Walk With Awareness, Calm, Respect, and Confidence
    People are less likely to be picked on and more likely to be listened to if they walk, sit, and act with awareness, calm, respect, and confidence. This means keeping one’s head up, back straight, taking brisk steps, looking around, having a peaceful face and body, noticing what is happening around you, and moving away from people who might cause trouble. Show the differences between acting passive, aggressive and assertive in body ....

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  •  in Tring - Tring Martial Arts - 10 Things That Require Zero Talent?

    10 Things That Require Zero Talent?

    10 Things that require Zero Talent? You might have heard or seen this a few times on the internet, whilst all of these things may not require "talent" they do require "training".
    Being on time . Arriving somewhere that is either an hour away or just five minutes, always being punctual — that’s called planning. It’s a skill. Whether it’s a delivery lorry following its schedule or a salesperson getting to a meeting, knowing when to leave or that you should check the weather and traffic if planning to drive, are things learned.
    Work ethic . Too many people don’t realise how involved this is, and how much it depends on experience. It’s like ....

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  •  in Tring - Tring Martial Arts - I just can't get him to come to class, but he enjoys it when he is there.....I think we need to quit!

    I just can't get him to come to class, but he enjoys it when he is there.....I think we need to quit!

    I can't get him to come to class, but he loves it when he is there - an email from a parent. Does your child complain about going somewhere only to have fun once you get them there? Once they are at a fun activity (birthday party, friend’s house, karate), does your child resist leaving? Sometimes, parents tell me that their child is difficult to get to class, but love it once they are there. As parents, we worry that our child may be losing interest in the activity. The good news is that this behavior does not necessarily mean that the child doesn’t like the activity. Instead the child is demonstrating a behavior known as “present focus"
    What is present focus?
    Present ....

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