It’s simple isn’t it? Championships aren’t won at state tournaments or with thousands of people watching you. Championships are won in a place you don’t really wanna go. Championships are won where no one else comes to watch. After every Athletic Edge workout, you can look in the mirror and honestly say, “I worked harder than my competition today” and if you do that enough times, the championships will come!
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Prairie Lakes Wellness Center Boot Camps are team driven. We offer live classes and virtual fitness and nutritional guidance and challenges. We want to get you fit, get you healthy, challenge your mind, challenge your body, and most importantly, make fitness fun!
Our Boot Camps are a combination of strength, cardio, muscle endurance, flexibility, core, and functional movement patterns. You get everything you need in 60 minutes! Our classes run in 6 to 8 week sessions with classes held 2 to 3 times a week. We keep you moving and burning calories from the first minute to the very end!
Keep a lookout for when our next boot camp will start!
Class sizes are limited. Registration for our Boot Camps is online at www.plwc.life/signup.
What is Shotokan Karate?
Karate means "empty hand," and Karate-do translates to "the way of karate." Shotokan Karate is a weaponless martial art that is founded on the basic techniques of punching, striking, kicking and blocking, yet there is a deeper aspect to serious Karate training which deals with character development. Shotokan Karate is a way for an individual to realize greater potential and expand the limits of that individual's physical and mental capabilities. Karate is an excellent, time-proven method of personal development. Shotokan Karate is a traditional Japanese Martial Art founded by Master Gichin Funakoshi. Shotokan Karate remains firmly rooted in a strong martial arts tradition, emphasizing lifetime training for a healthy mind and body, rather than strictly as a sport.
Who Can Benefit From Shotokan Karate?
You! Even if you feel you are overweight, uncoordinated, unflexible, or lacking self-confidence or self-discipline, you may have the most to gain by training. Of course results should not be expected overnight, but if you train on a regular basis and stay with it, you will begin to see improvement. Nothing of real value is ever obtained with ease. All kinds of people benefit from Karate training. Men, women and children can be found at our dojo.
- Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.
- Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Group Fitness Room B
- $25 for Members
- $35 for Non-Members (per month)
For more information, email Jodi Hemiller at email@example.com or contact the Instructor Dave Stricherz at 881-8270