Live Nutrition and Exercise Seminar with Mike Storms

During this seminar, Sensei Mike Storms will discuss the significance of optimal health and well being for martial artists, why good health is the ultimate form of self-defense, and how some of the top martial artists in the country are leading by example during this health crisis. Breaking through all the diet myths, he will share the macro habits of health that will allow you to simply and easily reset your metabolism and restore health and well being.

  • Simple, easy to follow strategies to completely reset your health and fitness to reach optimal health and well-being!
  • Breaking down the most common myths we have been taught about nutrition and exercise.
  • How you can OWN your personal health and fitness so that you can achieve what you never thought possible.

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