If you pay by Standing Order to train twice a week you can now also train at Egham Karate Club at no extra cost. Now for just £45 a month you can train up to four times a week. That’s less than £3 a session!
If you pay by standing order you can now save even more:
Family discount – second family member pays half price. So two family members training twice a week will be paying £45 + £22.50 = £67.50. That’s almost half price compared with paying per session.
Introduce a friend and you get a month free membership as soon as they start paying by standing order.
That’s right, just 3 minutes! New research suggests that just three minutes of exercise a week (yes a week) could improve key health indicators. A workout regimen using High Intensity Training (HIT) consisting of just three 20 second bursts three times a week has been shown to be able to dramatically improve Insulin sensitivity and aerobic fitness, both key health indicators. The BBC’s Michael Mosley explore this and other surprising facts about fitness in this article and a Horizon programme – The Truth About Exercise.
On Wednesday, January 25th, the Kenmei Karate Club in Sutton celebrated its first birthday with a special charity event. Sensei Neil Jerome took on the 100-man kumite challenge to raise money for the Smile Train – the KUGB’s current charity appeal. The event, which was streamed live to the world (and watched by a few enthusiasts) also attracted karatekas from Woking Shotokan Karate Club and from Egham Karate Club. Sensei Jerome should be very proud in having raised nearly £600, which will enable more children in developing countries who suffer from a cleft to smile and lead a normal life. Oh, and they had cake too.
Please note that there will be no lesson on 24th December. Lessons resume normally on 31st December. Happy Christmas everyone!
Dear all, I would like to set-up a mailing list for the club. If you’d like to join please send me an e-mail with your name to email@example.com.
Sensei has officially christened us as “The Rising Sun Karate Academy” and so the domain name was duly registered and the site has gone live. You can probably tell it’s not completely ready yet and you are more than welcome to contribute. Since I suffer from chronic typo disorder you are also welcome to point those out to me. Please e-mail any comments or suggestions, praise or criticism to firstname.lastname@example.org.