The month of October is Bully Prevention Month. During this month, we strive to bring awareness on how to help stop bullying or what to do if you are being bullied. The first Monday in October is recognized as “World Day of Bully Prevention”, and you can participate by wearing a blue t-shirt. Communities all over the world show their support by wearing a blue t-shirt.
Our RMT members participated in “World Day of Bully Prevention” by wearing blue shirts to class on October 5th.
Muay Thai & martial arts in general is a great source for anyone who is a victim of bullying, or even for someone who is the bully & wants to change their actions. Anyone at any age can be a victim of bullying. Rad Muay Thai helps provide children & adults with physical, mental & social benefits through martial arts.
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We recently purchased Crossropes and have been incorporating jumping rope into our fitness training every week. Jumping rope isn't isn't for little kids in gym class or out on the playground during recess. It can be an extremely difficult workout.
When I heard about Crossrope I had no idea there could be more to the average run of the mill jump rope or "skipping rope" as they say across the pond. There are actually jump rope competitions where teams all around the world show off their skills with basic or advanced techniques.
You actually do not need to purchase an expensive or top of the line jump rope, but where to begin when deciding what jump rope to add to your fitness equipment arsenal or simply to your gym bag?
So, can jumping rope help you lose weight? Can it make you stronger and fitter? What are the benefits, or risks? Should I adopt a jump rope routine to meet my fitness and/or weight loss goals?
In this video I discuss all how jumping rope is an amazing function to add into your workout routine.
I am Rad Durousseau, the owner and head instructor of Rad Muay Thai Fitness Center in Aurora Colorado. I love to share whatever I can to help whomever I can to grow through training in what I call Martial Athletics. I use functional strength training and conditioning to strengthen my martial arts and I use martial arts to compliment my S&C training in an effort to create a complete Martial Athlete and next level human being.