Sunday, May 13, 2012

3 things that kickboxing is NOT

So inspired by the post from the other day, I wanted to
follow up with a few more common misconceptions about kickboxing.

If anything is still holding you back from getting into the fastest
way I've ever seen for losing weight and getting in great shape -
hopefully this post will change all that for you.

It's just so fun that I don't want you to miss out.

The Top 3 Misconceptions about Kickboxing

1. "Kickboxing is just as good as any form of cardio"

Whoa there! No way!

No other program can help you lose up to 15 pounds in 2 weeks.

Seriously. Your friends will stare in amazement when they see how
much weight you lose in such a short period of time.

But that's only if you use kickboxing in the "right way".

Which means you have two choices: figure out that "right way" on
your own. Research different moves, buy exercise videos, etc.

This works for some, but I know a lot of people don't have the time
to sit there and figure it all out.

Which brings us to option #2...

Seek the advice of professionals who have tried every move that's
out there, and know what works for quick results...

And what's a waste of time.

If you're interested in losing up to 15 pounds 2 weeks from today,
click here because you'll really love my program.

We've perfected the "right way" to use kickboxing for maximum
weight loss in minimum time. Took us a bunch of years, but we
finally got it down :-)

2. "Kickboxing is too tough for me!"

Here's the thing...

If you're training to become a professional fighter - then yeah, it
probably is! (Have you seen how hard those guys and gals work?)

But, I assume you don't want to be a pro fighter. I'm guessing you
just want a super fun, high paced workout.

So here's the deal about how "tough" kickboxing is...

Kickboxing is as tough as you want it to be. If you're into intense
workouts - you'll find one. If you're into taking your time, and
going at your own pace - you can do that too.

Just do what feels right for you. Do your best, and slow down when
you reach your limits.

Every time you come back to it, you'll find that your limits get
smaller and smaller, until you can do a full 60 minute workout at
full speed.

3. "It's really easy to get injured with kickboxing"

Quick story about this one...

One of my clients got a severe injury 8 years ago when she was a
professional athlete. For 8 years she couldn't do any kind of
workout because it would upset the injury.

That is, until...

...She came across my program.

This is the only program she's been able to stick to without
bringing back the pain of her injury.

So can kickboxing cause injuries? Absolutely. But then again, you
can twist your ankle walking to your mailbox!

I rarely see injuries. Most of the time, people become stronger and
more flexible so they see less injuries in day-to-day life.

Oh, and about my client I just told you about: now she feels
stronger than ever, and is so happy to be able to work out again.

Till next time,
Choe's HapKiDo Karate Academy of Martial Arts
1630 Pleasant Hill Road
Duluth, GA 30096
(678) 380-0022 ‎
p.s. To learn more about my program where you'll lose up to 15
pounds literally 2 weeks from today, then click here to get

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