Fitness Friday

Happy Fitness Friday!

Enjoy your workout and weekend!

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Discipline And Martial Arts

Discipline is doing what needs to be DONE, even when you don’t want to do it.

Through the years, martial  arts has taught me discipline both inside the gym and through the other areas of my life.

Has martial arts contributed to your life in a positive way?

Do you have an interesting story that tell?

If so, we would be love to share it.  Either comment below, send us a message on social media or send an email to info@fightingiseasy.com.

Can’t wait to hear from you!

Happy Friday!

3 Tips for Healthy Weightloss

 

What is the fastest way to weightloss?

This is one of the top questions I am asked as a trainer.

So I came up with the top 3 tips to achieve healthy weightloss.

Hope we these help…

1. Don’t diet…change your lifestyle.
2. Keep ppl who encourage your healthy habits. Drop the negative people like the pounds you shed.
3. Make it a habit to exercise at least 30 minutes daily

Climb!

Very awesome poem.

MairImages.ca Blog

Climbing, M. Mair, original art Climbing, Margaret Mair, original art

He was cast down
With the falling dark
But now dawn brings
Glimmers of light
And in the shadows
He sees a cliff
That must be climbed,
With ropy roots
Offering dubious handholds
And crumbling rocks
Where fingers fumble
For cracks and holds,
Where feet scrabble
For openings to rest in
And ledges to push from.
Grasp, pull, cling;
He must not look down
In his aching ascent
From shadow to light.
He has no wings
Nor wind to lift him
Only breath and body
And wish and will
And fading strength.
He keeps his eyes
On the bright patch
That looks like heaven,
Reaching for the next hold,
Struggling to lift himself
Into a new day.

Written by Margaret Mair
Picture, original art by Margaret Mair

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