Never stop learning. Always be willing to grow. It seems that when people leave education they stop learning. We leave school or further education, partly armed with snippets of knowledge and head out into the world with our opinions, skills and information ingrained in our brains – and, unfortunately for most, that’s where it stops.
On Saturday 18th April in Ipswich, Winspers coach and internationally-ranked kickboxer Connor Porter cruised to a lopsided five round points win over Nathan Smith to add the ICO English Welterweight title to his ever growing collection of belts. Porter started the fight with lots of movement, circling around his opponent, before launching blistering combinations.
It’s something we all experience; fear. We’re not just talking about the fear of being attacked by a brown bear or the fear of the psychotic clown who lives under your bed. Fear can come in many forms, but the biggest show-stopper of them all is the fear of failure. Our society, for some reason,
We all want things to happen now. We have become a nation of instant gratification: fast food, 2 minute abs – it seems as if the virtue of patience is beginning to slowly disperse from our tool bag. Now don’t get me wrong – if we can get the same results by doing something quicker,
Nobody wants to see their child ill, sick and unhappy. So here are a few simple tips to help your child be fit, healthy and full of life! 1. Make sure they get enough sleep: Children will need approximately 10 hours sleep – this will help them repair and develop and will also help their