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Boost Self-Esteem with I Love Kickboxing!

bhkb6Depression. Anxiety. Tired. Jealousy. Loathing. Hatred. Stressed.

How many times have you been stopped by your emotions?

Similar to how scratching a rash makes it worse, wallowing in these emotions harm individuals. We have all been there, letting our emotions get the best of us. Sometimes they get so bad that they suck all the energy out of your body. But as much as it sucks to be told that “happiness is an inside job,” it’s true. Especially on a day when you’re feeling negative, a positive quote like this might make you wince or want to punch a wall. The quote sounds too simple, but the same mind can also produce happiness in addition to the negative ones.

Although emotions are vulnerable to outside sources,—money, people, jobs, hobbies—they can be controlled. It takes practice and hard work to not cave into the negative emotions, but the right kind of influence makes it easier: find a new job, change who you hang out with, and/or attempt something new. Whatever it is that’s holding you back from being happy, you might find the reason when trying to improve your life. By simply making a goal and finding inspiration to fuel motivation, you will be able to treat whatever is going on inside your head.

Our studios help people.

I Love Kickboxing is here to help people blow off steam and increase their self-esteem. With a boost in confidence from reaching fitness goals,—and people will break a sweat while doing it!—they see what they are capable of. And to us, when we see that, it confirms even more how accessible, affordable, and fun fitness can change lives!

For more information on I Love Kickboxing, visit here.

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Written by: Christie McGowan

I Love Martial Arts Georgia – Who We Are

Choe’s HapKiDo helps people of all sorts. Especially if you have finished school, or find yourself stuck in life, this place provides great distraction. There is always something to look forward to, and you are definitely not wasting time when learning an ancient martial art while also becoming part of a cool community.

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First, there are the peers. You bow in and out of class together, you help each other improve, and you even fight each other – in the most respectful way possible! You develop respect for everyone, and you learn to work with all kinds of people.

Then there are the parents. Whether it is your parent or somebody else’s, you still connect. As your peer’s parents are watching their kid(s), they have been watching you too.

Class would not be the same without the assistant instructors. These students drive the class, induce positive energy, and provide a good example of what to work towards.

And of course, everyone likes the instructors and the head instructor. These people influence everyone around them. They always have good advice.

HapKiDo events add to the warm quality of the community. Meeting founder Grandmaster Choe and HapKiDo students from other branches is always fun. From belt tests to competitions, meeting other people who also share your martial arts passion is eye opening.

These people become a part of your life in the best way possible. You see them so often, that you cannot help but to like them all.

For more information on Choe’s HapKiDo, visit here.

There’s Still Time to Start Again! – I Love Kickboxing Georgia

Guess what?

Three things:

1) There are 10 days until Christmas.
2) Which also means 16 days left of the year.
3) Which really indicates that there’s 17 days until the start of a new year!

Through all the madness that came with this month, have you been able to put aside some time for yourself? With all the holiday shopping, hostings, parties, gatherings, and running around on top of your regular schedule, maybe everything is slowing down a bit to find time for some personal TLC. By adding a little fitness to your daily routine, your body will benefit from the extra positive energy circulating throughout your veins.

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When is the next time you will set aside time to exercise?

Waiting until the start of next year to begin exercising is alright and is possibly a great plan. However, the truth about fitness – the longer you push it off, the longer your body will not want to work out.

Maybe you’re deciding on when or how to start. You may also have a friend or two who are also in the same department. Regardless of where you’re at, there’s still time left in the year to start back up again.

Have you ever done kickboxing?

I Love Kickboxing is the greatest place to be to stay motivated with exercise. It’s fun, challenging, and rewarding. Even If you need inspiration on a holiday gift this year, then why not consider the gift of fitness? Order I Love Kickboxing certificates by 12 noon EST by Christmas Eve, and they will be delivered same day! If it’s to motivate yourself or a friend, you cannot go wrong with this fantastic opportunity!

Gift Certification Options

You have two options to choose from:

1) 3 Kickboxing Classes Gift Certificate for just $19.99 (with free gloves)

2) 5 Kickboxing Classes Gift Certificate for just $29.99 (with free gloves)

To gain access to awesome kickboxing gift certificate with this link: http://www.ilovekickboxing.com/giftcertificates/

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What’s on Your List? – Choe’s HapKiDo

Thinking about goal reaching is great any day, but December just automatically calls attention for it to be a popular topic because of New Year’s resolutions. So far this week, goal reaching has produced inspired blog topics such as thinking ahead, maintaining self-respect, and possessing positive attitude.

Making goals is definitely a lot easier than pursuing them; they tend to create nice images in your head. If it’s not the hard work and struggles that attract people, then it must be the feeling experienced when crossing a finishing line. But the thing about goals, especially with some of the popular ones, they seem to be meant for long-term. Like, why would you stop trying to get fit or eating healthy after a year?

According to USA.gov, the following are popular New Year’s resolutions made every year:

Lose weight
Volunteer to help others
Quit Smoking
Get a Better Education
Get a Better Job
Save Money
Get Fit
Eat Healthy Food
Manage Stress
Manage Debt
Take a Trip
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
Drink Less Alcohol

What has been on your New Year’s resolution list? Anything different from the ones listed above?

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Written by: Christie McGowan