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Adam Field Senior Instructor at The Martial Arts Place

Ultimate goal: 

"Delivering classes in Martial Arts in an engaging manner while passionately instilling confidence, self-esteem and fitness to all students.

At TMAP, I’ve had the opportunity to embark upon a unique career which has allowed to me to provide confidence, fitness and technical ability to many people and age groups. Considerate of the necessities of all members and students, I’ve worked diligently to provide effective lessons in Martial Arts while simultaneously upholding values of empathy and a hard-working ethos."

Contact:

Email: adnfield@outlook.com

Mobile: 07875947213


Practice Background:

"I originally started out in athletics specialising in middle distance running (3000m, 5000m and 10,000m) and swimming before moving towards Martial Arts. 

That happened after completing a degree in Chemistry ,and I felt I needed a more physical practical application in my life; it allowed me to express myself -- Martial Arts provided that outlet.

Before going on to completing and working nine years of kickboxing at TMAP, I practiced boxing, Krav Maga, Thai Kickboxing and four years of Japanese Jujitsu where I achieved a purple belt. All mentioned are  amazing experiences,  allowing me to refine and intensify my love  and understanding behind true meanings of  MA's etiquette ; despite it’s apparent austerity 

(discipline), there is a lot of character and history which I thoroughly enjoy


1. Why fitness (for you)?


2. What aspects of your practice do you enjoy most and why?


3. What surprises you the most in your practice and what keeps your focus?


4.What does it mean to you to instruct/mentor/teach the Martial Arts?

 

5.What is special about The Martial Arts Place (TMAP)? 


6. Who is your mentor/role model?


7. What do you see/think are the links between your practice and mental health?


8. The Martial Arts is a discipline with several meanings* - how would you best describe your practice and experience at TMAP?


9. TMAP is a place for all levels and a practice for all - would you agree? Inclusivity and accessibility?   Age groups and practice levels groups - what does this mirror? 


10.  How stress (of everyday life) is released/reduced in practice (Martial Arts in particular)? Are there specific aspects? Routine, structure, focus, physical exercise, endurance - levels of practice (grading), growth?


"Kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes for all ages and levels in London!

Want to be fitter, stronger and more confident? Then the Martial Arts Place is the place for you." 

The Martial Arts Place London 2022


https://www.themartialartsplace.com/

Swiss Cottage Dojo

The Martial Arts Place

88 Avenue Road

Swiss Cottage

London NW3 3HA

020 7586 1222 or 07856407922

info@themartialartsplace.com


Stoke Newington Dojo

The Martial Arts Place

35-39 Stoke Newington High Street

London

N16 8DR

020 7254 0332

n16@themartialartsplace.com

 

Fitness and Mental Health: a focus on Martial Arts (MA) 

 

Q&As with Adam Field, Senior MA Practioner at The Martial Arts Place (TMAP) London

 

https://www.themartialartsplace.com

 

 

Adam Field Contact:

Email: adnfield@outlook.com

Mobile: 07875947213

 

"Kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes for all ages and levels in London!

Want to be fitter, stronger and more confident? Then the Martial Arts Place is the place for you." The Martial Arts Place. London 2022























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