Celebrating Mom and Dad at Tri State

Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts recently hosted two events in celebration of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Students were able to bring in their parents [or children] for this unique opportunity to train together and spend some valuable, quality time together. Each event included basic fitness work outs, marital arts drills, and of course, what party is complete without pizza! It was a wonderful way for our students to share their skills and heart for martial arts with their loved ones.

 

Photos from our Mother’s Day Event:

Photos from our Father’s Day Event:

Thank you to all our participating parents.

Your participation and continued support aides in your child’s development and successes; in and out of their program at Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts.

“A BLACK BELT IS A WHITE BELT WHO NEVER QUITS!”

Sifu Jeff Jones

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TriStateMixedMartialArts.com and Tri State Kickboxing Mixed Martial Arts has been a top martial arts school in the Lower Bucks County area for over 15 years.

Founded by Sifu Jeffrey Jones, Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts lessons for pre-school children ages 3-6 and elementary age kids ages 7 and up are designed to develop the critical building blocks kids need – specialized for their age group – for school excellence and later success in life.

Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts Adult programs offer training as a complete adult fitness and conditioning program, both mentally and physically. Designed for those who want to lose weight, get (and stay in shape) or learn self-defense in a supportive environment. Unlike a traditional gym setting, Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts offers the opportunity for learning a true art, designed to keep you mentally focused in the moment on your self discovery; while providing an outlet for daily stresses.

Instructors can answer questions or be contacted 24 hours of the day, 7 days a week at info@tristatemixedmartialarts.com or call directly at 215-273-9202 . You can also visit our website at tristatemixedmartialarts.com

About Sifu Jeffrey Jones: Jeffrey has earned full instructorship under Guro Dan Inosanto in Jeet Kune Do, Jun Fan Gung Fu, and Filipino Martial Arts. He is also a full instructor for the Thai Boxing Association of the United States of America, under Ajarn Chai Sirisute. His instructor, Guro Dan Inosanto is one of three people appointed to teach at one of the Jun Fan Institutes under Bruce Lee. Jeffrey has over 30 years of training and experience in Mixed Martial Arts.

 

Press Release

EVENT PRESS RELEASE

 

Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts

Contact: Jeffrey Jones, Owner and Director

Telephone: (215)949-9989

E-mail: info@tristatemixedmartialarts.com

Website: tristatemixedmartialarts.com

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

 

TRI STATE KICKBOXING AND MIXED MARTIAL ARTS GOES VIRTUAL AMID COVID-19 CRISIS

 

Fairless Hills, PA [04/08/2020] – Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts has gone 100% virtual due to the COVID-19 shelter in place issued by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe. Tri State closed its doors after regularly scheduled classes on Monday, March 16th when Governor Wolfe mandated that gym facilities, health centers and alike business close [at midnight]. Owner and Operator, Jeffrey Jones, who has been a local small business in Lower Bucks County for over 15 years wants everyone to know Tri State is not closed.

 

“Though our doors are not physically, Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts is open. We are running a modified schedule of live, online [at home] classes. Students can train with us live, where they can participate, ask questions and receive live instruction and feedback. In addition, we are recording all of our classes, which are available for play back for our students.”

 

Amid the uncertainty and negativity surrounding the current national emergency, Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts is working around the clock to keep their students on track towards Black Belt and Beyond.

 

“Our virtual classes are providing our students both adults and children with a sense of normalcy. In a time where resources are limited, we are able to provide a structured vehicle for focus, character development and exercise. There are so many benefits from Martial Arts, both physical and mental- that are more beneficial now more than ever.”

 

 If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts at (215)949-9989 or email at info@tristatemixedmartialarts.com

 

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TriStateMixedMartialArts.com and Tri State Kickboxing Mixed Martial Arts has been a top martial arts school in the Lower Bucks County area for over 15 years.

Founded by Sifu Jeffrey Jones, Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts lessons for pre-school children ages 3-6 and elementary age kids ages 7 and up are designed to develop the critical building blocks kids need – specialized for their age group – for school excellence and later success in life.

Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts Adult programs offer training as a complete adult fitness and conditioning program, both mentally and physically. Designed for those who want to lose weight, get (and stay in shape) or learn self-defense in a supportive environment. Unlike a traditional gym setting, Tri State Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts offers the opportunity for learning a true art, designed to keep you mentally focused in the moment on your self discovery; while providing an outlet for daily stresses.

Instructors can answer questions or be contacted 24 hours of the day, 7 days a week at info@tristatemixedmartialarts.com or call directly at 215-273-9202 . You can also visit our website at tristatemixedmartialarts.com

About Sifu Jeffrey Jones: Jeffrey has earned full instructorship under Guro Dan Inosanto in Jeet Kune Do, Jun Fan Gung Fu, and Filipino Martial Arts. He is also a full instructor for the Thai Boxing Association of the United States of America, under Ajarn Chai Sirisute. His instructor, Guro Dan Inosanto is one of three people appointed to teach at one of the Jun Fan Institutes under Bruce Lee. Jeffrey has over 30 years of training and experience in Mixed Martial Arts.

No More Boring Workouts

Tom starts his journey super-motivated. He follows his new workout routine religiously. He arrives at the gym at 5pm every day. He hits the treadmill, lifts weights, uses the Nautilus equipment, then the cardio machine. He does this five days a week. And Tom hates it! He”â„¢s sore and exhausted, but not seeing much change in his body. He doesn’t feel any motivation to go to the gym. Before long, he starts looking for excuses to not be at the gym.

Sound familiar? If it’s any consolation, you’re not alone! Workouts can get monotonous and downright boring very quickly. Further, getting stuck in a rut causes your intelligent body to adapt and become accustomed to the workout, gradually burning fewer calories and building muscle less efficiently.

The result? You go through boring hours of intense exercise, which does little to no good in the end. This can throw you off-track if you’re working out with specific goals. Boring traditional exercises will help you stay healthy, provided you can persevere through the boredom. But if you’re exercising to lose some flab, baby weight, to reach your ideal body BMI score, those monotonous workouts will get you nowhere fast.

Variety really is the spice of life, more so when you exercise

Working out with a friend or a new group of workout buddies alleviates boredom and motivates you to push yourself harder. However, a routine sport or activity will affect your body with fewer positive effects as the same muscle groups are required every time. It”â„¢s a good idea to introduce variety in your workout routine.

Add outdoor activities with friends, family members or pets, such as jogging, hiking, trekking, or bicycling, which gives your works different muscle groups, entertains the senses differently, and carries other benefits like fellowship with others. If you’re running already, change your route, or choose a more steep slope for the workout. Similarly, switch schedules, routines, intensity, and length of workout and “cheat” days intermittently to have your body un-learn the stimulus. Aim for a switch every six weeks at least.

Martial arts is the end of painfully boring workouts for adults

To bring the fun back to your fitness routine, introduce martial arts into your weekly workout routine. Martial arts training is the fun way to give your whole body, including muscles that typically don’t get exercised on the treadmill, a thorough workout. You”â„¢ll lose body fat while increasing the health of your heart, lungs, blood vessels, and body tissue. An average person expends 600 calories in one hour of martial arts!

But this is not all. Martial arts training also helps learn valuable life and survival skills. You learn
how to respect and tolerate others, how to keep your cool but command respect, and how to fight for your life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness when needed. You learn patience and perseverance while building discipline, integrity, knowledge, and honor. So say goodbye to boring, ineffective workouts by replacing them with exciting, fun-filled, stupendously beneficious martial arts training.