Loganville Kickboxing – We’re Here for All Fitness Struggles!

lkb4I Love Kickboxing is looking forward to a new year of being a part of your transformation! For whatever happened last year, let’s make this year the best ever experienced. And for any fitness challenge, we are here for support and coaching!

“To become fit” challenges everything about a person. Not only does an individual train physically, but mentally as well. In fact, what a person thinks can affect what s/he does next. For all those days of tempting to skip work out time or caving into old eating habits, a person also develops mental toughness for every negative thought overcome.

When struggling to go to the gym or a kickboxing class, it is great to try to counteract with positive thinking; however, it is even better when the reasons for the negative idea are solved. For example, detected reasons to wanting to skip exercise include feeling tired or stressed from school/work, having no ride, feeling cozy, having muscle soreness, and/or having no time. Whatever the excuse, they can feed into negative reasons of why someone would want to skip a work out day. It is not bad to skip a day here and there to give your body a break, but to cave in once tells the mind that it is fine to replicate.

Overcoming negative thoughts are not easy, and sometimes it takes every ounce to push self forward – but it will be worth it in the long run!

For any questions about I Love Kickboxing, visit here.

Written by: Christie McGowan

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Cyber Monday Karate/Kickboxing BOGO Special – Almost Gone!!

                          

We have reached the FINAL day of our BOGO Black Friday Special! Take advantage of this membership special to help motivate for a healthier lifestyle! With either HapKiDo and/or Kickboxing, think of what two years can do! AND the BEST part – we will double your membership for half the normal rate!

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Karate and Kickboxing BOGO Special!

I just wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to take a look at this awesome deal! After Monday, it’s gone!! Deals apply to BOTH HapKiDo Karate AND Kickboxing! Your luck doubles today!!

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Christie’s Karate Tip of the Week: Aim for Consistency

Writing Contributor: Christie McGowan
Student at Choe’s HapKiDo of Loganville

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The other day, I attended my first HapKiDo class in three weeks. When I picked up a second part-time job, I knew my new schedule would reduce HapKiDo time. I finally make time, and I try out the family Saturday morning for the first time – it was full of four other kids more or less than eight-years-old. When I was confirmed that it was the right class, I proceeded anyways. Although I’m a young adult, I felt like an eight-year-old again. During my time away from Choe’s HapKiDo Karate in Loganville, I thought I would be temporarily fine by practicing at home, but that rarely happened. So, training with the youngsters was actually a great refresher course. If it was not a light smack on the head for not coming to class, it was definitely a lesson: make time for consistent practice!

Tip #7: The more you’re around influential people, the more you’ll likely practice. 

Life has its seasons. We realize that when we become adults and witness the many changes. Sometimes your days pace slowly, and other times it rushes past your head. Regardless of what life is throwing at us, we are still forced to make time for everything and around everything.

But the juggling of time is the exciting part!

On the faster days, you may envy how the slower days were spent. There was danger of wasting time because there was no rush, no deadlines. But it’s the faster days that make you finish everything necessary and at the same time wish for more room.

But if you’re lucky, you still have space to work on life goals – short and long!

The next belt up at Choe’s HapKiDo in Loganville is a great, reasonable short-term goal. To achieve black belt level, that is an even greater goal, and is a long-term goal. HapKiDo students are encouraged to practice inside. Students who train frequently are gradually led to practice outside of class, and they have fun doing it! As a result of consistent training, students become great because they’re continually around encouragement and positive atmosphere.

For more information about Choe’s HapKiDo in Loganville, visit us at http://www.loganvillekarate.com/index.php. You can also follow us on Facebook!  

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The success image is found on this website: http://inward-fitness.com/blog/consistency-is-key/.