Sabrina shares insights and thoughts that have shaped her personal journey as a martial artist.

Martial arts training: Two dimensions of time

Inspired by the Ancient Greeks two dimensions of time, this article shares how I have explored these concepts to my martial arts training to obtain a deeper meaning to my journey - especially now as a black belt. If you are looking to find a deeper meaning to your training journey, I encourage you to reflect on these concepts too.


How I made my martial arts instructing unique

Instructing martial arts can be a rewarding opportunity for both the teacher and those taught. The ability to communicate who you are through your teaching gives additional value and enjoyment. It also makes your efforts memorable. This article explores how I've made my martial arts instructing unique, so that you have a better idea to use this process when reflecting on how you teach, for self-development.


How I went from unfit to become a black belt

I had always been overweight and unfit as a child and young person. A few factors during my school days escalated this issue. At the age of 18 I had a defining moment to make a change and turn my life around. This article shares with you where my journey towards health and fitness all began, and how I went from unfit to becoming a black belt. I share this in the hope it would inspire you to continue your journey when you experience dips. If I can make it, you can too.


Why I keep training after black belt

For many who start their martial arts journey, they are led by a material goal: to obtain a black belt. I was no different. Now, as a black belt who continues to train, I've frequently been asked 'why?'. In this article, I share with you my main reasons. These point to more deeper reasons that merge with one's journey in life.

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