Arakan Martial Art Blog for February 2020

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Burnt-out to Bulletproof

By Arakan Martial Art on February 4, 2020 in Member Stories | comments
It warms our heart to hear of stories of how people how literally transformed their lives through training Arakan Martial Art®
We often hear the excuses ‘I’m too old, too fat, too sick, not fit enough…’ the list goes on.
To tell the truth, we all have ‘stuff’ going on in our lives, however it’s how we deal with that ‘stuff’ that determines whether we live a happy and fulfilled life, or not.
Dave shares his story of how he went from being a burnt-out, ‘old, sick, depressed, stressed out 35 year old guy’ to a ‘bulletproof 45 year old man’ who is fitter, faster and stronger than he has been in his whole life!
Dave tells of how training Arakan regularly and consistently transformed his health and wealth in all aspects of his life. He became more empowered and confident in his business, at home, in his relationships and now feels bulletproof.





I have trained in Arakan Martial Art since 2006 and I have enjoyed every minute of it. There is something special and indescribable about training in an art that is so beautiful, and so deadly if required. I have achieved far greater than I thought possible through my training and there is still so much to learn about the art, and ultimately myself!

Tracey McMahon





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