If you’re looking for ladies martial arts, Bristol has much to offer. I’m biased, but I think you should try Bristol Shorinji Kempo Dojo!
Tag Archives: exercise
Book review: The anatomy of martial arts
I’ve been attempting recently to understand more about the biology and physiology of why our martial arts moves work the way they do.
Why you will never be perfect
We will never be perfect, no matter how much we try. So why should we even bother? Is there benefit in striving towards perfection?
How to make the most of your class
Whether you’re a long time student or a new beginner, there’s always lots going on in a martial arts class. How can you maximise your learning in each class?
Daily exercises for improvement
We all know that we should do more exercise to balance out our long days of sitting at a desk hunched over a keyboard. But time is limited!
Indoor Martial Art Training Returns
Following the official British Shorinji Kempo Federation (BSKF) guidance for returning to usual training practices, indoor training has resumed.
Target Practice in Martial Arts
Physical contact is important in martial arts training, to improve aim, speed, and more. Contact is limited at first, so don’t be afraid to give it a go.
Outdoor Martial Art Training Returns
The last year or so has been weird, to say the least. And one of the things we’ve really missed at the Bristol Shorinji Kempo Dojo is training in person.
Three ways to keep exercise interesting
You know you should exercise more. But the gym is so dull, right? Pounding on the treadmill, maybe do some reps on the strength machines? Bo-ring!
How to behave in the dojo
You’re new, and you’re nervous – but don’t be! Here’s all you need to know to enjoy your first session – or more.