It’s UMA Parent Week! Pumped to get ready for this Saturday’s Belt Promotion with the Parents! #FresnoUltimateMartialArts #UltimateMartialArts #MartialArts #Clovis #Fresno #Karate #Kickboxing #JiuJitsu #MMA #KidsActivities #BrazilianJiuJitsu
Posted: May 24, 2019
It’s UMA Parent Week! Pumped to get ready for this Saturday’s Belt Promotion with the Parents!
#FresnoUltimateMartialArts #UltimateMartialArts #MartialArts #Clovis#Fresno #Karate #Kickboxing #JiuJitsu #MMA #KidsActivities#BrazilianJiuJitsu
Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick: 5 Top Tips From The Experts
Posted: May 24, 2019
“New Year, New Me!” It’s a slogan that has become so familiar that it’s almost a cliche this time of year, with a torrent of jokes and memes on social media to drive the point home. Most people fail to keep their resolutions, often giving up completely by the time Summer rolls around. As many as 88% of resolutioners are said to abandon the change they sought in January, with as many as 43% lasting less than one month!
Still, science tells us that the new year is a great time to make positive changes in our lives because we are able to dissociate ourselves from our previous habits and better envision ourselves with new patterns and new beginnings. There is a reason why the new year has been a time of goal-setting and vision-casting ever since the ancient Babylonians, thousands of years ago. And with the vast majority of New Year’s resolutions involving health and fitness, it’s never a better time than NOW to find expert tips for success!
Science Says Healthy, Active Kids Get Better Grades
Posted: May 11, 2019
All parents want their kids to live active and healthy lifestyles – but in the age of streaming services, smartphones and a seemingly infinite number of time-wasting apps, getting children up and moving is a whole lot easier said than done.
That’s why more kids than ever are slipping into sedentary lifestyles, and it’s wreaking havoc on their health.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), we are in the midst of an irrefutable global obesity crisis – and it’s hitting children particularly hard. More than 41 million children under the age of five are now classed as overweight or obese, and this can go on to cause a lot of serious health problems later in life.