5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge | Day 5 Full Body Workout

Welcome to the final day of the 5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge hosted by Empowered. Day 5 of the 5 day fitness challenge is a 30 minute full body workout designed to help you improve your upper body, lower body, and core strength and endurance for fitness and self defense training. Some of the full body exercises will include but not limited to; push ups, blasters, planks, skier lunges, Bulgarian split squats, triceps overhead extensions, and so on. If you haven’t completed day 1 – 4 of the fitness challenge yet, which are cardio, upper body, lower body, and core make sure you go find those workouts in the links below.

Master Jonathan Field

5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge | Day 4 Core Workout

Welcome to Day 4 of the 5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge hosted by Empowered. Day 4 of the 5 day fitness challenge is a 30 minute core workout created to help you improve your core strength and abs for fitness and self defense training. Some of the core exercises that will work your abs include but not limited to; butterfly leg raises, sit ups with dumbbells, planks, side crunches, mason twists, jack knives, and so on. Make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss the final workout tomorrow which is the full body workout. If you haven’t completed day 1 – 3 of the fitness challenge yet, which are cardio, upper body, and lower body. Make sure you go find those workouts in the links below.

Master Jonathan Field

5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge | Day 3 Lower Body Workout

Today is Day 3 of the 5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge hosted by Empowered. Day 3 of the 5 day fitness challenge is a 30 minute lower body workout created to help you improve your lower body strength and endurance for fitness and self defense training, especially kicking. Some of the lower body exercises include but not limited to; squats, lunges, bulgarian split squats, glute bridges, doggie roundhouse kicks, donkey kicks, lateral lunges, and so on. Make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss days 4-5. If you haven’t completed day 1 or 2 of the fitness challenge yet, which are cardio and upper body. Make sure you go find those workouts in the links below. Day 4 is core, and we finish off day 5 with a full body workout. These workouts were designed to help you improve your overall fitness and self defense training.

Master Jonathan Field

5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge | Day 2 Upper Body Workout

Welcome to Day 2 of the 5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge hosted by Empowered. Today is day 2 of the 5 day fitness challenge, which is a 30 minute upper body workout designed to help improve your upper body strength and endurance for fitness and self defense training. Some of the upper body exercises include but not limited to; push ups, triceps dips, overhead extensions, pike push ups, bicep curls, one arm triceps push ups, and so on. Make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss days 3-5. If you haven’t completed day 1 of the fitness challenge yet, which is cardio. Make sure you go find that workouit in the links below. Day 3 is lower body, day 4 is core, and we finish off day 5 with a full body workout. These workouts were created to help you improve your overall fitness and self defense training.

Master Jonathan Field

5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge | Day 1 Cardio Workout

Welcome to Day 1 of the 5 Day Self Defense Fitness Challenge hosted by Empowered. We start off the 5 day fitness challenge with day 1, which is a 30 minute cardio workout designed to help improve your cardio and endurance for fitness and self defense training. Some of the cardio exercises include but not limited to; jumping jacks, mountain climbers, burpees, blasters, jump squats, so on. Make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss days 2-5. Day 2 is upper body, day 3 is lower body, day 4 is core, and we finish off day 5 with a full body workout. These workouts were created to help you improve your overall fitness and self defense training.

Master Jonathan Field

How To Squat To Increase Kicking Power For Self Defense

How To Squat To Increase Kicking Power For Self Defense will help you kick harder and increase your fitness and endurance in your legs by combining kicking and squats in one exercise. Knowing How To Squat To Increase Kicking Power For Self Defense helps build your confidence in your ability to defend yourself with self defense kicks and self defense strikes. Having good kicking power and good fitness is important for overall health and your ability to protect yourself. Taught by Ma’am Cheryl Sanders and Master Jonathan Field of Empowered.

Master Jonathan Field

Cross Body Punches For Self Defense and Fitness

Cross Body Punches For Self Defense and Fitness to help increase the power of your self defense punches and upperbody strength. Using light weights or light dumbbells while performing cross body punches will increase your strength, endurance, and fitness levels while working on your self defense punches and self defense strikes. Taught by Ma’am Cheryl Sanders and Master Jonathan Field of Empowered. Cross Body Punches For Self Defense and Fitness can help with women’s empowerment because of the self defense skills learned and strength gained.

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A FEW VIDEOS FROM OUR STUDENTS/PARENTS

Good Morning

I just wanted share a few videos of testimonials from some of our students and parents. If you would like to do one, send me the file and I will upload it to youtube.

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EXERCISE VS. TRAINING

Exercise vs. Training? What is it that you do?

Some people exercise and others train. The different between the two is that when you train there is a sense of purpose why you are training.

Training requires that you have a goal or goals that may be to; lose weight, gain weight, improve cardio conditioning, improve endurance, increase muscle mass, get stronger, get more explosive, get more powerful, become more flexible, learn a new skill, and so on. Exercise is more loosey goosey. Training is more geared towards working towards a specific goal where as exercise is a little more generalized. Both training and exercising is good for you. Sometimes you exercise and other times you train. Just know the different so you can achieve your goals more easily.

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