I started running five years ago after a period of feeling out of shape and constantly lethargic. Running was something I could do on my lunch break that didn't require any expensive equipment or a gym membership. I suffered a few injuries in the early days due to poor running technique, so I started learning everything I could about proper running form and how to warm up and cool down safely. I now have three marathons under my belt and volunteer at my local running club to help get new runners off to a good start. I started this blog to share what I've learned with new runners, and I hope you find my tips useful.
22 June 2022
Self-defence classes are a great way to learn how to protect yourself from an attacker, but they also help you become stronger in other ways. Here are three ways that taking self-defence classes can make you stronger: 1. Self-Defence Classes Help You Learn How To Assert Yourself You might think that all it takes to defend yourself is brute strength and aggression, but in reality, this isn't the case. When you study martial arts, you learn how to defend yourself without hurting your opponent — or even putting them in a position where they can hurt you.