Welcome to the Spring 2017 edition!

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Spring brings with it a sense of renewal, a fresh surge of energy that makes us feel ready to tackle the issues we may have put on hold during the long, dark winter. This edition kicks off with an interview with two very inspirational and superbly motivating young men, both members of South Wye Police […]

LEE TAYLOR RETURNS

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A year ago, 4th Dan black belt karate instructor Lee Taylor suffered a neck fracture in a car accident that very nearly ended his martial arts career. The skills he had learnt during his training helped with his recovery, and cheered on by his family, friends and martial arts colleagues as well as by his […]

FENCING – The Sport For You

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By Peter Ellis Fencing is a fast, modern sport that can be enjoyed by everyone from the age of eight to 80+. At the 2016 Rio Olympics and Paralympics, Team GB fencers had their best results in recent times, with Richard Kruse narrowly missing out on a bronze medal in the individual Foil and Piers […]

Welcome to the Winter 2016/17 edition!

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Welcome to the Winter 2016/17 edition! Discipline means making ourselves do what we think is right. Passion, on the other hand, is actually doing what we feel like doing. With passion, things feel effortless so it makes sense to find a way of keeping fit and healthy that we feel passionate about and that we […]

NLP: Matt Hudd’s 3 Core Principles For Success

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Matt Hudd has been a martial arts instructor for a number of years and more recently added NLP Master Practitioner to his skills. Following a NLP course on public speaking he’d attended, I asked Matt to share. “The course highlighted how the two seemingly very different disciplines are connected,” he says. “The skills taught in […]