How to build a new habit

By Mike Robertson I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen this happen: a friend asks me about nutrition. I give them a whole bunch of information. They get really excited about turning their life around. Six days later, they’re back to their old habits again. This has happened in my own life, too. […]

Km’s for Kids!

Here is how it worksKm’s for Kids uses sporting activities to raise funds by asking people to pledge money for the number of kilometres of physical activity that you complete. You do the “Km’s”, the benefit is for the Kids! The Km’s for Kids targets for this race are based on 94.7 Kilometres. For every kilometre […]


By Claire Goodall (Everyday Roots) Headaches often get brushed aside as nothing more than a common complaint, a quit-your-whining-and-start-working type of thing…if only. While many people suffer them at one point or another, rarity is not the best way to judge just how nasty something can be. The pain of a headache can make day-to-day […]

Guan Nan Wang Profile

Personal Profile 1994 – Master Guang Quan Wang (One of the most recognised and respected Master in SA) I was 11 years old and started Chinese Martial Art training under my father Guang Quan Wang, who is one of the most recognized and respected Chinese Martial ArtMasters in the country. I was taught the basics […]

Martial Arts Styles

Philosophy of systems / styles Each martial art style or system no matter how completeis always limiting in certain areas when comparing to another system. For example, Wing Chun is excellent at close quarter hand to hand but almost useless at boxing range,boxing on the other hand is great at medium punching range but fails […]


“According to the The United States Department of Health and Human Services (USDHHS)1, physical fitness is defined as “a set of attributes that people have or achieve that relates to the ability to perform physical activity”. This description goes beyond being able to run long distance or lift a lot at the gym. Fitness is […]

MovNat Tips for Succesful Training

Start with movements that feel good and safe to you, to make your first sessions enjoyable. Gradually include movements that are a bit more difficult to you, or that you feel you need practice. ALWAYS listen to your body. Cues of pain mean you must stop immediately and try a pain-free movement. Sensations of great […]

Mandela Day

Dear Roadies The time has come to celebrate our dear Tata Madiba with the first Mandela Day since his passing in December 2013. Saturday 19 July: Kokona Fun DayWe would like to invite you to join us for a Mandela Day celebration of joy and hope in Ga-Dikgale, Limpopo at the Kokona Fun Day. We will have games, […]