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You workout….are you an athlete?

Posted on December 28, 2016 by Bobby Lindamood

How you look at your daily “workout” can greatly help with your results. “Life is a sport, we all play!  Like it or not, if you are trying to play at a higher level….you are an athlete” – Errick Adams Personal Trainer.  Athletes are scheduled- Set a schedule and maintain it.  Show up when […]

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Its ok to not be nice!

Posted on December 10, 2016 by Bobby Lindamood

As the holidays approach and we are out and about shopping and visiting family, its good to keep an eye out on your surroundings to keep yourself safe. When you are in the parking lots, walk with a purpose with your head up, and be confident.  The “bad guys” may be watching.  If you […]

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Eight Rules to Have an Awesome Life

Posted on December 6, 2016 by Bobby Lindamood

   See failure as a beginning, not as an end.    If you don’t go after it, you wont have it.    Always do more than is expected of you.    Assume nothing and question everything.    Make peace with the past.    Stop thinking so much and start acting.    Never compare yourself […]

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Is My Child Ready for Promotion?

Posted on November 25, 2016 by Bobby Lindamood

Promotional testing is not required at our center but is a fantastic tool to reward your child for hard work during the cycle. Our programs are divided between Beginner (White-Orange Belts), Intermediate (Green-Blue Belts), Advanced (Brown-Red), and Black Belt Ranks.  Each rank has its own set of responsibilities designed for the student to grow […]

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Lindamoods Martial Arts Center is accepting candies for Operation Graditude

Posted on November 1, 2014 by Kicksite

Our nation is battling a huge obesity problem. Too many processed foods and sugary candies without the activity levels to burn off the high calories is adding to this problem. This year, at our Roanoke and Bonsack locations, we are accepting donations of your surplus candies collected from Halloween to be sent to our […]

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Make your own “Fast Food”

Posted on September 30, 2014 by Kicksite

Want to improve your health and beauty and the well being of your family? Steer clear of fast food restaurants and start redefining your family’s idea of fast food. Make your own version of “fast food” by preparing quick snacks and meals that you can grab on the go. Give your food pantry a […]

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Martial arts training helps kids avoid bullying

Posted on September 28, 2014 by Kicksite

Bullying is becoming a more serious concern for parents. Martial arts training can teach children strategies to cope with bullies – without resorting to violence. Some parents may think that martial arts encourage kids to respond aggressively if they are being picked on, but self-defense is only one tactic gained through this training, according […]

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Why Kids Bully?

Posted on March 17, 2013 by Kicksite

Eye On Kids: Why kids bully Dan Klein WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Bullying is a problem that has been around for a long time, but it’s one that continues to change, especially with emerging technology like social media. Judith Myers-Walls, Purdue Professor Emerita of Human Development and Family Studies, says for most kids, […]

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Be A Hero…not a Bully!

Posted on March 10, 2013 by Kicksite

Be a hero, not a bully The Free Press Editorial Published: March 09, 2013 5:00 PM I find it quite disheartening that today, dubbed “Anti Bullying Day” I come forward to share my sister’s experience with bullying. But then again, I guess there couldn’t be a better day to tell our story. My sister, […]

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The boy who wouldn’t fight back

Posted on March 7, 2013 by Kicksite

The boy who wouldn’t fight back: Teen, 12, who died in schoolyard bully attack refused to defend himself because he ‘didn’t want to get in trouble’ Bailey O’Neill died on Sunday – a day after his 12th birthday – following a long illness after the attack by two boys at Darby Township School Investigators […]

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