LMA Blog: Training Tips
Here’s an overview of each day of the Workout Challenge:
These exercises are meant to be FUN and a bit challenging! Remember everyone has a different skill level so take your time, adjust what you need, and stay safe! Do a complete warmup before attempting any of the exercises 🙂
Are you hoping to improve your tornado kicks because they don’t feel fast or smooth? Here’s 3 tips of things to check and improve that will help you get closer to the tornado kick you desire!
Are you hoping to improve your sidekicks for your forrms, poomsae, or just to have better sidekicks? Here’s 3 tips from the Kick Tutorial Vault to help you improve!
Are you new to learning the Bo Staff and want to find one that’s perfect for you? This Martial Arts weapon is incredibly fun to learn and it teaches you different things like control, focus, perseverance, and more! Below, I go through different things you should consider when deciding on what bo staff you should use and links to my top recommendations.
Natalie is an awesome example of a Live Martial Arts student, so we are super excited to share her story. Anytime she’s on a live class she brings a positive energy that reaches everyone who’s training with us. She’s highly dedicated to her training and is very active on the Facebook group, motivating others with her goals and disciplined mindset. Learn more about her below!
Working out from home can be challenging because of the distractions, lack of motivation, and self-drive it requires to stick to your goals. Here’s 5 Tips for Working Out at Home to make it a great experience that you’re excited about to help you progress!
Kyndra started her Martial Arts training 6 years ago and joined Live Martial Arts this July because she wanted to learn more drills and expand her knowledge. In every LMA Live class, she puts in 100% effort, always has an awesome attitude, and pushes herself to improve.
Going through injuries SUCKS! The biggest injury I’ve had to overcome was when I tore the ligaments in my ankle while training, and then a year-long recovery process after surgery. I hated missing out on competitions and watching training sessions from the sidelines. Here’s 3 of my favorite quotes that reminded me to keep my mindset strong while my body healed.
Are you new to sparring and feel a bit overwhelmed with all the different parts to it or want to make sure you properly train so you improve? Below, I’ve listed out 5 important tips to keep in mind when you’re a beginner at sparring.