Why choosing Xen-Do gives you a Great Body!

Xen-Do gives you a Great Body
Xen-Do London’s Sensei Diab demonstrates a full body workout!

Part five: Variety is the spice of life and body! – Why choosing Xen-Do gives you a Great Body!

Ask Dai Master Raf, founder of Xen-Do Kickboxing and the Martial Arts London what makes a great lesson and he will say: adrenaline, endorphins, a little Martial Arts and a lot of fun!

“What makes the Xen-Do curriculum so effective is the motivation, whole body workout and fun our students have,” says Dai Master Raf. “Variety is important both for motivation and interest and to prevent overworking the same muscle groups. You need to take care that your body does not start to recognise the same exercises and become complacent and Kickboxing and Martial Arts is the ideal way of introducing continual variety and stimulation.

Xen-Do Senseis ensure that every student achieves their personal best during every lesson and that is something that is hard to do in a gym.” Dai Master Raf continues: “Our students learn a lot from each other, the senior grades enjoy helping other grades progress and this also creates a fantastic community spirit so different from the isolation that can be found in the gym.”

All of this means that if you are looking for a chart topping exercise program, a great body shape, and fun within a great community then Xen-Do Kickboxing and Martial Arts could be right for you.

“Choosing what form of exercise and in particular which Martial Arts Club is best for you is an important decision,” says Dai Master Raf. “That is why at Xen-Do we offer a FREE trial lesson so you can experience Xen-Do for yourself before making a commitment. With four Xen-Do Clubs in London, the latest having just opened near Goodge Street tube station, Xen-Do offers convenience and a timetable of lessons to suit today’s busy lifestyles.”

Why not book a FREE Xen-Do trial lesson and experience Dai Master Raf’s training approach for yourself?

Follow Dai Master Raf in part 5 as he looks at the importance of variation in training and how that affects long term motivation.

This article is based on opinion:
– the author is not a qualified doctor or anyone who can dispense medical advice.
– any opinions stated are just that and people should consult a doctor before making any dietary changes or changes of any nature prompted by the articles published by or on behalf of Xen-Do.
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