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  •  in Boca Raton - American Professional Martial Arts - 15 Seconds of Failure!

    15 Seconds of Failure!

    15 Seconds of Failure. That is all we get. This month in the Dojo we've been talking about Confidence and being successful. The truth is we wont always have big or small victories to keep that confidence up. So what do we do when it all burns down? How do we recover from a moment of failure? Big or small? The answer is 15 seconds? Whether it's a Martial Arts event, Life event, or just a personal failure, we only have 15 seconds to whine, cry , and moan. We've all done it, Lost the big came, lost the big sale, or lost the love of your life, and we've all laid in bed staring at the ceiling wishing we were better. After 15 Seconds! you better get up! Once your allotted 15 seconds are up ....

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  • You are the most powerful person in the world!

    You are the most powerful person in the World! Sensei Tony Hall https://youtu.be/-lT3ayE4wB8 As a human being you are the most Powerful Person in the world. You see, as a person you have the power of choice. Life will constantly throw obstacles and challenges in your way. The power of choice comes not only deciding how to tackle those obstacles, but when to quit. The more you quit the weaker you become, the more you persevere the stronger you become. Failure is not Quitting! Failure is simply an event that occurs, quitting is your response to that event. You have a choice, do you quit or do you persevere. That is where your power comes from. As a person the ....

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  •  in Boca Raton - American Professional Martial Arts - Have an Obsession with Perfection!

    Have an Obsession with Perfection!

    Never Quit!- Have an obsession with Perfection! Strive to be perfect Perfection is difficult and in some ways impossible to obtain. That is the point right? A s we go through life we should learn to develop a work ethic where we strive for perfection. Giving up and settling for mediocrity will develop itself into a habit. Once you settle for "Good Enough" that will become the norm. The thing about perfection is, and get this.... here is the kicker, you will fail, not once or twice, but Many times. You will fall on your face, you will get kicked, you will feel like there is no point in continuing. The real victory is getting back up. Be perfect in defeat and continue to strive ....

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  • Kids Martial Arts and Adult Martial Arts in Boca Raton!


    Check out our new website for American Professional Martial Arts!
    We proudly serve the Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and West Boca Raton areas! Come see the programs and deals we have to offer. Kids Martial Arts, Adult Martial Arts, Birthday Parties and SO MUCH MORE! Fill out the "Request Information" form on the side of the page and stop in for a visit today! Don't forget to click below to visit us on our social media pages!! Facebook Google+ Instagram ....

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  • Why Self-Esteem Matters

    According to KidsHealth.org when children feel good about themselves, it sets them up for success —in everything from school to friendships. Positive feelings like self-acceptance or self-confidence help kids try new challenges, cope with mistakes, and try again. Taking pride in their abilities and accomplishments helps kids do their best. By contrast, kids with low self-esteem might feel unsure of themselves. If they think others won't accept them, they may not participate as often. They may allow themselves to be treated poorly and have a hard time standing up for themselves. Kids who don't expect to do well may avoid challenges, give up easily, or be unable to bounce back from ....

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  • Warning Signs that Your Child May be Getting Bullied

    • Your child comes home missing things or his property has been damaged • Has injuries he can’t or doesn’t want to explain. • Has not interaction with other kids after school. • Seems nervous taking a school bus or walking to school. • Finds or makes up excuses as to why they can’t go to school • Takes alternate routes home • School grades are slipping • Appears lonely or sad. • Complains frequently of headaches, stomachaches or other physical ailments • Loss of appetite • Has lost self confidence. Note: Children with disabilities may be at a higher risk of being bullied than other children. Noticing signs like these ....

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  • How Much Physical Activity do Adults Aged 19 and Up Need to do to Stay Healthy?

    To stay healthy orimprove health, adults need to do two types of physical activity each week: aerobicand strength exercises. To stay healthy, adultsshould try tobe active daily and should do: at least 150 minutes ofmoderate aerobic activitysuch ascycling orbrisk walking every week,and strength exercisesontwo or more days aweek thatworkall the major muscles (legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, shoulders and arms) ?
    75 minutesofvigorous aerobic activity, such as running or a game of singles tennis every week,andstrength exercises ontwo or more days aweek thatworkall the major muscles (legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, shoulders and arms) A mix of moderate and vigorous aerobic activity ....

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  • 10 Ways to Stay On Track with Your Weight Loss Goals

    1. Remind yourself every day it’s a constant improvement
    If you tried to sprint a marathon full force you would never
    make it so to apply the same mindset to maintainingweight lossis not only silly but a set up for failure. 2. Stop buying your problem foods
    If you have a penchant for sweet, savory, fried, or all of the above and find yourself saying, “I’ll buy just one package of [insert problem food here] so I can have some when I really want it…”, it’s time to stop. You’re creating a comfort zone for self sabotage. Just don’t buy it, okay? 3. Keep track of your nutrition when you feel you’re losing your grip
    Eating too much or ....

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  • 5 Activities to Make Goal Setting Fun for Kids

    From an article on BigLifeJournal.com We all know that setting and achieving goals isa life skill necessary for success and happiness. But it’s one that even adults REALLY struggle with: Studies say that only about 8% of people achieve their New Year’s resolutions! How can we teach children toset realistic goals—and actually follow through ? Make it fun! Research shows that children learn best when they’re playing and enjoying themselves at the same time. Fun experiences increase levels of endorphins, dopamine, and oxygen, all of which promote learning. Hereare 5 activities that can make goal setting more fun and effective. 1. Make a Bucket List
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  • Get Your Kids Active!

    Hey parents, according to KidsHealth.org , kids ages 6-12 need physical activity to build strength, coordination, confidence and to lay the groundwork for a healthy lifestyle. School-age kids should have many chances to participate in a variety of activities, sports, and games that fit for their personality, ability, age, and interests. Brainstorm with your kids on activities that feel right. Most kids won't mind a daily dose of fitness as long as it's fun. Physical activity guidelines for school-age kids recommend that each day they: • get 1 houror more of moderate and vigorous physical activity on most or all days • participate in several bouts of physical activity of 15 ....

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