The Monogamy of Exercise Equipment.

“Identify the essential. Eliminate the rest.” – Leo Babauta


The isolation of training variables by chain gyms and personal trainers is a prolific and outdated concept. Limiting a class to abs, bums and tums or any other perceived problematic body part plays into the glossy media driven exploitation of women’s negative body image. 
 

Consume, Consume, Consume.

“Don’t have $100 shoes and a 10 cents squat.”…… Louie Simmons


Modern culture requires us to consume more and more, livelihoods are built upon society’s never ending consumption and economies would fall like castles built on sand without it. 

Rebranding and Social Media 

The decision to rebrand was based on numerous factors but honesty was the primary driver. Too much attention had previously been paid to marketing gurus who preached a successful training facility should project inclusivity regardless of effort, a visual veneer of smiling clients with their high fives and new trainers, a sanitised image of training devoid of the grit and hard work required for improvement.

Three ways to defend the Teep!

In this video Luke goes through three ways to defend the rear Teep as practised at Dorchester AGOGE.

Why your child should start Martial Arts with Dorchester AGOGE

One of the best things you can do for your child is to start them in a Martial Arts class. Training in Muay Thai or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu will give the the same benefits as many other kids activities but also several that are unique to Martial Arts.

11 Count Boxing Drill

In this video Luke Demonstrates the Boxing 11 Count Drill and some variations. This is a foundation drill used to teach correct punching mechanics at Dorchester AGOGE.

Why we don't focus on competitive Muay Thai

One criticism that is sometimes made against us by our competitors is that our members don’t regularly fight on local shows. We see this as a positive rather then a negative and in this blog I’m going to explain why.

We don't weigh clients!!!

The fitness industry is broken in fact it’s fucked!!!

Training for the average person has become overly influenced by bodybuilders and biggest loser style tv shows. Progress is measured by aesthetics rather then performance and this often has a negative effect on the average client, physically and more importantly mentally.

The UK has thousands of gyms, thousands of personal trainers and nutrition gurus and yet we still have a obesity crisis, we still have chronic disease rates increasing each year and the country keeps getting less healthy. 

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