Arakan Training Intensity Results


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By training in Arakan Martial Art, many students experience a heightened sense of awareness, greater levels of confidence and self-belief, and gain the mental, emotional and physical ability to take control of most situations. In addition to these positive outcomes (a small list of many), members experience dramatic improvements in their health, fitness and physical appearance.

The following information provides a detailed account of the effects training Arakan has on our members in relation to calories burned in their respective lessons.

Please remember that the benefits of Arakan go well beyond calories burned during training, however, the results may inspire you to continue on your fitness journey with total confidence that you are receiving the best training available…Arakan Martial Art.

The following represents calories burned in various forms of fitness training, please compare these results with the results of training in Arakan. For an average Male 33 years old 179cm and 79 kg the below are the calories that could be burnt in an hour according to referenced sources*. 

 

 

 

*Exercise calorie burner website:http://www.healthdiscovery.net/links/calculators/calorie_calculator.htm

Kilojoules to Calorie converter: http://www.convertunits.com/from/kilojoules/to/calorie+%5Bnutritional%5D

Rump Steak:http://www.weightlossresources.co.uk/calories-in-food/beef/Rump-Steak.htm

Juice and Cola: http://www.fitwatch.com/phpscripts/viewfood.php?ndb_no=42270&descr=Orange+Juice+Drink&key=orange%20juice&fdgrp_cd=1400&foodsource=usda&sequence=1



My husband was away for work for weeks at a time and I was alone a fair bit. I wanted to feel safe on my own and be able to protect myself and Arakan Martial Art met this need perfectly and it continues to give me the techniques to be able to protect myself.

Marcia Neaves



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