If the title already got you thinking what’s cooking got to do with a martial arts blog, read on.
Cooking a great meal doesn’t happen right away. Unless ramen is your idea of one.
Even before you actually start you already have a somewhat concrete idea of the ingredients to be used and how they fit in.
Then you got to manage the right timing of adding spices, salt, sugar along with boiling or frying.
You have to be alert about maintaining a consistent level of heat. You just don’t turn the burner on full blast right from the beginning.
You might be continuously engaged in stirring or you let it be for a while and keep it simmering. Obsessiveness with the process ruins everything.
In 30-45 minutes, you cooked yourself or your loved one a great meal and swear to God, it tastes amazing. Much better than the 120 seconds instant noodles.
Why does your approach to martial arts, personal safety, fitness and health have to be any different? You can’t drive-thru at your local gym with a fat annual membership plan and feel entitled to become fighting fit.
If you are new to this, relax and leave yourself to a scientific training process that takes care of routine, intensity levels, recovery and anything else that might crop up. If you are not a doctor, you don’t self medicate. If you don’t know cooking, you ask for help. Don’t be stubborn with self-training when it comes to martial arts and fitness as well. We all start somewhere and contrary to the image in your head, the better training standards a martial arts center has, the more are your chances of getting help from the instructor and training partners.
Take a look at the blog posts. Go to the youtube channel and see for yourself the all rounded experience you will have in our training sessions.
Make the walk to our centers in Pune and cook up the perfect lifestyle of health, safety and fitness for yourself.