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  •  in St Clair, Kemps Creek & Hoxton Park - International Martial Arts Centres - 5 Ways To Fire Up Your Training This Winter

    5 Ways To Fire Up Your Training This Winter

    It’s almost winter time, which means the majority of people have long forgotten about their New Year’s resolution. Worrying about your ‘summer body’ might be an afterthought for a few more months. However, if you are one of the few who want to keep your training going strong when everyone else is slacking off – here is our very own IMC guide to keep your training red-hot this winter.
    BUILD A ROUTINE – Easier said than done right? WRONG. Your brain works wonders if you put in a little bit of effort. The first couple of weeks are usually the toughest, but once you get in the habit of going to class on specific days consistently – it will ....

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  •  in St Clair, Kemps Creek & Hoxton Park - International Martial Arts Centres - Step-by-step: The grading and promotion system at IMC

    Step-by-step: The grading and promotion system at IMC

    IMC Kemps Creek is coming into its first of 4 seasonal grading cycles of the year. The grading system is a central feature of the IMC system as you go through your journey to Black Belt and beyond. The beauty of Martial Arts training is in its progressive and consistent drive towards self-improvement which is represented by your rank. Our students would have noticed the intensity and difficulty of training may have picked up over the past couple of weeks as we move towards the goal of passing the grading and achieving your next rank. This is because we aim to push everyone to succeed, however we stress that you only attempt to grade once you believe you are ready. On your day of ....

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  •  in St Clair, Kemps Creek & Hoxton Park - International Martial Arts Centres - Ultimate 11-minute home workout to boost your training results (NO equipment required)

    Ultimate 11-minute home workout to boost your training results (NO equipment required)

    Are you enjoying your training at IMC Kemps Creek, but are looking for that extra boost to fast-track your fitness goals? Try this ultra-simple, whole-body home workout designed to complement your class training...
    30 Squats (glutes, legs):
    make sure you keep your back straight and go down until your butt passes your knees. For extra difficulty, hold the position for 3 seconds each time you squat down.
    20 Push-ups (chest, shoulders, arms):
    make sure you keep your arms in tight and back straight. Consider raising your legs on a low bench to increase difficulty.
    30 Leg raises (abs):
    Hold your feet an inch off the floor and raise to 45 degrees, and back down again. After you ....

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  •  in St Clair, Kemps Creek & Hoxton Park - International Martial Arts Centres - “What do I have to do to make my child successful?” Hanshi Paul Zadro gives all the answers!

    “What do I have to do to make my child successful?” Hanshi Paul Zadro gives all the answers!

    From my experience over the last 39 years of teaching, there are essentially 5 steps you should take to make your child have an enjoyable and rewarding Martial Arts journey. Firstly and probably most importantly, your choice of school. You should definitely pick a dojo that has been around for a while and isn’t just the “flavour of the month” that will shut down a year later. Having your child being a part of a school with a strong culture will motivate them to be a part of the journey that all the students are taking together. Also, ensure the school you pick has a full range of students from white belt Little Ninjas (3-6 years) to Elite Black Belts – it ....

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  •  in St Clair, Kemps Creek & Hoxton Park - International Martial Arts Centres - 5 surprising ways karate can help develop your child’s fine motor skills

    5 surprising ways karate can help develop your child’s fine motor skills

    1. Balance The funny thing about kicking is that you need to be standing on one leg to do it properly. But that’s not all – you would be surprised how difficult it is just to move from one stance to another. Now Karate won’t stop your kid from falling over and scraping their knee, but it will better prepare them for the vast majority of all physical activity they will do in the future. 2. Posture Having the ability to stand up tall and straight when waiting for instructions or keeping their shoulders in line when performing kata (a traditional pattern) leads to your child not only feeling confident with their newfound Karate skill, but also ....

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  •  in St Clair, Kemps Creek & Hoxton Park - International Martial Arts Centres - The 4-Step Guide To Staying Fuelled During Your Martial Arts Class.

    The 4-Step Guide To Staying Fuelled During Your Martial Arts Class.

    NOTHING
    is worse than showing up for your class and spending the entire time focusing on trying not to throw up all over yourself instead of what you're learning. Keep yourself performing at peak levels with: The 4-Step Guide To Staying Fuelled During Your Martial Arts Class. 1. Pre-Workout Meal
    You want to have your last big meal 3-4 hours before working out. Opt for a high carbohydrate meal which is low in fat. This will maximise your energy levels, as well as, helping with digestion and gut comfort during your workout. Examples include: Pasta, rice, potatoes, bread roll, beans 2. High Energy Snack
    When you’re about an hour away from doing your Martial ....

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