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“Performance athletes, including martial artists training at an intense level, need endurance as well as skill. You can be technically fantastic, but if you “hit the wall”, ( i.e. no energy left at all, cooked, baked, finito, put a fork in you) you’re done. And in the martial arts that could mean the difference between walking away and being carried.”

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Foods that can help, or hurt, inflammation

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“Small, gradual changes are typically more sustainable and easier for the body to adapt to,” writes Axe. “So rather than emptying your pantry and sailing off to the Mediterranean, you can pursue an anti-inflammatory diet one step at a time.”

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Cold Therapy Unit review, pros and cons

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As part of my recovery this particular cold therapy unit was prescribed by my surgeon for post-arthroscopic adhesive capsulitis release ( also known as frozen shoulder), with biceps tenodesis. I was instructed to wear it constantly -”

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Small Group Training comes to Bushido Karate!

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Certified Personal Trainer and Bushido Karate student Jair C. De Oliveira Jr. will hold his first Small Group Training session on Monday, September 10th at 9:30 a.m. at The Bushido School of Karate

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Martial arts has been shown to improve a person’s emotional wellbeing

“As well as increasing physical fitness and mental health, martial arts can boost brain cognition too”

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