A recent study conducted by women’s opinion site SheByShe found 35 percent of women said enjoying their favorite extravagances allows them to relieve stress, and 33 percent responded that their guilty pleasure is some type of unhealthy food.
Health Habits Start Young
January 31, 2014
Getting children to develop good health habits from a young age can be beneficial in many different ways.
Martial arts allow young children to get longer periods of aerobic activity
January 12, 2014
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that children get at least an hour of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity every day.
3 ways parents of children with ADHD can help their kids
January 6, 2014
Being the parent of a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is certainly not easy, and many kids who suffer from the illness lack self-confidence.
Benefits of Young Children Getting Involved in Martial Arts
December 13, 2013
Parents who want to do themselves a favor should do their best to keep their children active and healthy.
Schools are not giving children enough physical education
December 13, 2013
While parents send their children to school to get a well-rounded education, many are concerned about the level of physical activity that kids get throughout the average week.
Exercise improves blood flow to the brains of older adults
December 6, 2013
You’re never too old to start learning Tae Kwon Do.
Tae Kwon Do, not medication, can help students with ADHD
November 21, 2013
Practicing Tae Kwon Do has long been thought of as a way to help children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder learn how to focus and improve their performance in school.
Reduce Workplace Stress with Tae Kwon Do
October 23, 2013
Frustrations at work can run high, and when things become tense at the office, it’s important for professionals to be able to find a way to unwind. This is exactly why tae kwon do training is a great idea for people who want to let off some steam after work.