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  •  in Nerang - Combined Martial Arts Academy Nerang - Banana porridge pancakes

    Banana porridge pancakes

    Makes 8 medium sized pancakes Ingredients ¾ cup buckwheat flour (or around ¾ cup buckwheat groats blitzed into flour) ¾ cup oat flour (or around 1 cup rolled oats blitzed into flour) 3 tsp baking powder ½ tsp salt 1 tsp cinnamon 2 ripe bananas, mashed 2 eggs, lightly whisked ¾ cup milk of your choice ¼ cup honey or maple syrup ½ teaspoon vanilla Unsalted butter or coconut oil, to cook Yoghurt, maple syrup and extra slices of banana to serve How to make Place the buckwheat flour, oat flour, baking powder, salt and cinnamon into a large mixing bowl and whisk to combine Whisk together the mashed bananas, ....

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  • Rainbow ribbon pizzas

    Rainbow ribbon pizzas: Photo credits Roberta Nelson @naturomedico vegetarian Makes 4 small pizzas Ingredients Spelt dough 1 cup warm water (not hot*) 2 tablespoons raw sugar 2¼ teaspoons active dry yeast 2½ cups spelt flour 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon fine sea salt Super green pesto 1 cup torn kale (no stems) or baby spinach leaves 1 cup fresh basil leaves, stalks removed ½ cup extra virgin olive oil ¼ teaspoon salt (more to taste) 1 small clove garlic, peeled 1 tsp dried oregano Juice of one lemon ½ cup raw pumpkin seeds ½ cup grated parmesan Toppings 1 ....

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  •  in Nerang - Combined Martial Arts Academy Nerang - RECIPE: Fully loaded nachos

    RECIPE: Fully loaded nachos

    Your little ones burn plenty of energy during their days of growing, playing and learning. They use up every ounce of their fuel making it important to feed them the right foods that will support their mind, body and growth. The challenge can be getting a healthy meal that will appeal to the younger crowd and these fully loaded nachos should do just the trick. Made with a generous serving of veggies and beans these nachos are a source of calcium, folate, vitamin A, vitamin C, protein and complex carbohydrates. Complex carbohydrates, found in the beans, sweet potato and corn chips, are important during any growth period as well as when energy output is high. Little ones ....

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  • Martial Arts has grown

    Over the last few short decades, Martial Arts has grown
from being an obscure, cult-like obsession of just a
few to a mainstream, worldwide phenomenon. No
longer is it confined to dirty town halls or stuffy
basements. There are world-class training
facilities in virtually every city on the globe.
I truly believe that the key to continued success
in our schools and the industry as a whole is
offering the best classes possible by developing
the best instructors possible. This was written by one of the best martial artist in the business today Kyoshi Dave Kovar. Please share your thoughts with your fellow black belts ....

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  •  in Nerang - Combined Martial Arts Academy Nerang - Things that we should do to be the best Professional Martial Arts Instructor possible

    Things that we should do to be the best Professional Martial Arts Instructor possible

    We often talk about all the things that we should do to be the best Professional Martial Arts Instructor possible. There are, however, at least twelve things that we want to avoid doing. Here they are the first 4: Don’t Argue. Logic and emotion are like oil and water; they don’t mix. Generally speaking, when we argue we become emotional and don’t think clearly. As our emotions become heightened, the likelihood of us saying or doing something that we might regret later increases dramatically. Also remember, winning an argument does little to win respect or friendship. Don’t Blame. When you point a finger at someone else, three fingers point back at you. Blaming ....

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  • Homework who do you think was a great leader and why?

    Here are some examples for you
: 1.Pope Francis -Pontiff, Catholic Church 
2.Warren Buffett -CEO, Berkshire Hathaway
 3.Bill Clinton -Founder, ex US President ,The Clinton Foundation 
4.Aung San Suu Kyi -Chair, National League for Democracy 
5.Dalai Lama -Spiritual leader of the Tibetan people
 6.Mahatma Gandhi, was born an ordinary boy with a determination to excel at what he did.
 7.George Washington, known as the founding father of the United States of America, was the leader of the American Revolution and the first president of US.
 8.Abraham Lincoln- The 16th president of the United States is also one of the most well known leaders of all time.
 9.Nelson Mandela was the first South ....

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  • Communicate the WHY" to your parents and students...

    As teachers we are very good at teaching the "How" to do things. It's important that we don't forget to focus on the "Why". To the student, this can facilitate their learning by contextualising the technique into a relevant scenario. To a parent, it helps to paint the bigger picture of not just WHAT their children are learning, but WHY. If you don't have a parents / students Facebook group, I STRONGLY recommend you get one. This is where you can really connect with parents and students, with not just information about what is going on, but by engaging them in the WHY your club does what it does. This is the sort of post I put up in the group. It highlights a couple of great students, ....

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  • Weekly Tip - Maximize Your Team

    Your team is by far your most valuable asset as a school owner or head instructor– are you making the most of it? Like any championship team, you need all the positions filled, an amazing starting lineup, and a supporting bench that you can count on. What does this mean? It means that you need to make sure everyone has a role to play. Even if someone isn’t leading a class, they should know what their role is. Having helpers to re-tie belts, set good examples, and keeping kids focused with one-on-ones goes a long way to keeping a class on track. Think of this like your a half back protecting the back line– even if not as obvious, everyone role is vital for the success ....

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  •  in Nerang - Combined Martial Arts Academy Nerang - Weekly Tip - Before the Belt Promotion

    Weekly Tip - Before the Belt Promotion

    Before the promotion event, make sure that your students are ready. This may sound obvious, but it can be surprising how often some instructors don’t pre-check their students’ performance before inviting them to a promotion event. Be sure they know exactly what they will be doing, you don't want them to feel nervous. You want them to feel confident and excited, so that they'll shine during their moment of achievement. Take time to practice in the classes before the belt promotion and have them arrive early for a "dress rehearsal" just before they promote. This particular "Prep Zone" can play a huge role in the success of your belt promotion events and can help increase student ....

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  •  in Nerang - Combined Martial Arts Academy Nerang - What the difference between those that achieve their goals and those that don't??Motivation:

    What the difference between those that achieve their goals and those that don't??Motivation:

    The The motivation to take that first, scary step. The motivation to set and achieve them. The motivation to stick to the plan when the going gets tough and you want to give up! 
Use SMART goal as a guide.
 S- Specific 
M- Measurable
 A- Attainable
 R- Relevent
 T- Time fram
e Specific - Your goals must be clear and achievable
 Measureable- Break your goals down into smaller steps so that you can feel and see yourself achieving your dream. 
 Attainable- Ensure your goals are achievable in your time frame, on the other hand, don't make them to easy, with hard work come great rewards. Relevant-Your goals should be relevant to the direction you want your life to take.
 Time frame - Give ....

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