“If it was easy, everyone would do it, i want to be that person who achieves the unachievable.”
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5 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT LAURA HOWARTH
WHAT IS A TYPICAL DAY OF TRAINING LIKE?
My training changes up depending on my working hours but generally it’s strength and conditioning in the morning, then technique during the day and wrestling, wall-work and sparring in the evening. I also look after my niece a couple times a week. She is 4 and loves to come with me so I always spend a bit of time training her too! She loves a good takedown.
WHAT GOT YOU INTO MARTIAL ARTS?
I decided I want to start karate at the age of 8, and have grown with the sport ever since transitioning into other martial arts as I grew. Whilst training muay thai one day there was an mma class going on at the same time and I decided I wanted to try it. So the next class I jumped in and struggled my whole way through it. At the end of the session I was mentally broken, and decided I had to keep going and fell in love with the challenge.