jutsu), Machita Kenshinsai (Grandmaster of Enshin Itto-ryu. Battojutsu). They all dedicated their lives to martial arts and created something great for the next ...
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THE BUDO SMOOTHIE REPLENISH YOUR SORE BODY WITH THIS ALL NATURAL, TURBO-ANTI-INFLAMMATORY SMOOTHIE. JUST ADD WATER & BLEND Hand Full of Organic Spinach:
More than a dozen different flavonoid compounds have been identified in spinach that act as potent anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer agents. Spinach is an excellent source of naturally occurring vitamin A, C, and E. Spinach also happens to be loaded with vitamin-K, calcium, and magnesium, which are all excellent for maintaining bone strength so you don’t break your knuckles the next time you dish out a solid jab
1cp Wild Organic Blueberries:
Just finished a killer training session? Researchers have found new evidence that muscle damage following an intense workout can be significantly reduced by consuming blueberries. Blueberries also protect your cardiovascular system from the oxidative stresses associated with intense training. So speed up your recovery time by adding this anti-inflammatory superstar to the mix
1cp Wild Organic Raspberries:
Blast fat with the powerful properties of these red rubies. Numerous studies have shown that ingesting raspberries can increase metabolism and reduce symptoms associated inflammation. To boot, raspberries & blueberries are a match made in flavour heaven!
Half a Banana Scoop of PlantBased Protein
Any high quality plantbased protein powder will do the trick to give your smoothie an added boost of protein to help build and repair muscle. Vanilla flavour seems to work best for this particular recipe
The potassium found in banana can help relax stressed out muscles and reduce soreness. Adding banana gives the smoothie a hint of sweetness to balance out the tart raspberries and earthy greens
Chunk of Fresh Turmeric:
Chunk of Fresh Ginger
Ginger has been used for thousands of years for its many health benefits. Ginger is an immune booster, stomach calmer, and pain reducer. This powerful root is also rich in probiotics which helps improve digestion
Turmeric’s active ingredient is Curcumin. A multitude of studies have shown curcumin to be comparable to over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs, but without the toxic side effects. As an antioxidant, it is incredibly effective at neutralizing free radicals that cause damage to healthy cells in the body. Turmeric also improves liver function, so don’t worry if you decide to grab a refreshing beer after the Dojo
Tablespoon of Coconut Oil Hand Full of Black Kale
Kale is nutrient dense and a great source of iron. On a per calorie basis, kale has more iron than meat does and more calcium than milk. Kale is also high in vitamin A which is great for your vision, so you’ll have an easier time seeing those misguided punches by the rookies on the mats
Coconut oil contains medium-chain fatty acids which stimulates your metabolism, and gives you loads of energy. The list of benefits associated with coconut oil could use its own chapter. But, one things is for sure, the oil’s strong antiviral properties will help keep you resistant to Dojoborn colds
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Tell Us About Your Martial Arts Journey? I`ve started training with Seibukan Jujutsu in 2008 under the guidance of the Grandmaster of this art, Julio Toribio. First I trained in a little gym with a small group of Seibukan pioneers from DVDs and I got my very first intro class from my fatherin-law on how to do proper ukemi. I`ll be always thankful for those roots. After my first meeting with Toribio Kancho on big seminar in Pecs, Hungary in 2009, I decided that I want to become his Uchideshi at his dojo in Monterey, CA. As person coming from Eastern Europe and working fulltime for a web company this wasn`t an easy dream to fulfill. It took me and my wife, Kitti (who is been doing this journey with me) lots of effort, dedication and commitment but the results came soon after. We arrived to Monterey, CA in 2010 with only one suitcase and the dream of becoming fulltime martial artists. We spent almost 3 and half year training with the Grandmaster and reached the highest rank (Nanadan) as students in Seibukan Jujutsu. Beside Seibukan Jujutsu we started learning Enshin Itto-ryu Battojutsu (a traditional sword art from Japan), Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu (Ninjutsu) and Aikido. Currently we are running our own Martial Arts Academy in Szeged, Hungary offering 4 different martial arts to choose from and have students from ages 5 to 55. We have altogether 17 training sessions a week and we also do our private trainings to be in shape and be able to keep up with the students. We organize many seminars and international events, just like Budo trips to Japan, the States or Mexico.
What attracted you to martial arts? Martial art is my life. This is what makes me a whole. I love the fact that my job is my biggest passion therefore it always pushes me further. I am inspired by my teachers, mentors, fellow practitioners and students. Martial arts thought me how to be humble, how to learn and practice things you think you are good at. It showed me that no matter who you are, who you were before, there is always a chance to change in great way and with your everyday practice you can see yourself physically, mentally and spiritually growing. My goal is to pass on this feeling and the knowledge I received from other martial artists because that can make an entire community better. Who inspires you most? I am inspired by Julio Toribio (Grandmaster of Seibukan Jujutsu), Masaaki Hatsumi (Grandmaster of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu), Machita Kenshinsai (Grandmaster of Enshin Itto-ryu Battojutsu). They all dedicated their lives to martial arts and created something great for the next generation. Their goal was to show how martial arts could be practiced and u sed even in modern times. I feel honored that I`ve had the chance to meet these great warriors and got an experience of a lifetime. I am amazed what great communities these masters have put together and how people in these communities can work together in harmony.