Many people take to the gym to practice techniques and lift weights in a bid to build a stronger physique. Whilst developing a faster punch and a chiselled six-pack, they often ignore the most important part of training; the mental workout. Of course, physical training is very important and beneficial; though never as important as building mental strength. Building a strong
Abraham Maslow, the renowned American psychologist is probably best known for creating Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. His theory of psychological health based on innate human needs.
When we look at his theory we see the most important is Physiological as the foundation of human needs; categorized as food, water, air, sleep, homeostasis and excretion.
Nowadays, you only have to take a casual amble through your local chemist aisles to realise just how many products there are on the market for aches and soreness and whether sports-related or for general muscular and tissue injury. “Deep Heat” was a cure all….
Congratulations to everyone who took part in last weekend’s 2 Day Self-Defence course. The first introduction course of 2015 will remain in my memory for many reasons. We had new people training with the more experienced. All students did an inspiring job….
Hard Target Self-Defence Systems specialise in fitness and one-to-one personal training and over the years many of our clients have succeeded in reaching their health and fitness targets, whether it’s strength training, building muscle, toning up or slimming down.