New Schedule, Title Allen opens Saturday, and Power Hour Sat. in McKinney

The wait is almost over! We have a few exciting announcement to share.

Title Boxing Club Allen opens Saturday. So you still have a few days to get the Pre-Opening Special at Title McKinney.

Jay’s first class there will be Monday.  Jay will be teaching Kickboxing for students of all levels Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at both 6pm and 7pm. 

He also teaches at Title McKinney:

  • Tuesday/Thursday 8:15 am Kickboxing
  • Tuesday/Thursday 9:30 am Boxing
  • Thursday noon Kickboxing
  • Sunday 11am Kickboxing and 1pm Boxing

We expect to be adding more classes in the future.  Check Jay’s Kickboxing Schedule.

Want to see what Title Boxing Club is all about?  Come to Power Hour 9-11am at Title McKinney to take classes from Jay and other instructors.

Jay’s Kickboxing locations.

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Jay’s Move Update & Pre-Opening Special

Jay’s Kickboxing is moving  to a new Title Boxing Club in Allen. There will be no more classes at Revelation Dance Studio or Star Jiu Jitsu.  However Jay is continuing to teach his classes at Title in McKinney.

The Title Allen opening is now targeted for Wednesday. So the bad news is you’ll have to wait a few days until Title Allen opens to enjoy your next class from Jay.  During this timeout do some cross-training and try yoga, weightlifting, running, or biking.

The good news – we have an unbeatable Pre-Opening special that saves you over $100!

Visit Title Boxing Club McKinney (see location info below).  Say you’re from Jay’s Kickboxing and want the Title Allen pre-opening special.  The first and last month’s payments required on signup will be waived.  Pay only the enrollment fee of $99.  Your first month will be free.  Then pay only $59 per month.  Hurry as this deal is only valid before Title Allen opens.

Jay’s Kickboxing locations.

Rotator cuff injury? Yoga cures from head to toe, including Back Pain and Arthritis

We wrote about yoga as a superior workout in A Cross-Training Secret.

You can’t kickbox every day.  So what’s the ideal secondary workout to stay in shape and complement Jay’s Kickboxing?

The traditional answer is running. But there is a better exercise – yoga.  Yoga doesn’t just burn calories and raise your fitness level like running; it also builds flexibility, balance, and strength.

There is much more with scientific research and clinical trials aimed at understanding yoga’s benefits better.  According to Dr. Loren Fishman in the Huffington Post article Yoga Fixes From Head To Toes: Poses For 8 Common Conditions, yoga  is proven to  reduce or eliminate migraines, neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, Piriformis Syndrome, Knee Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Plantar Fasciitis, and bunions.

In particular, he accidentally discovered and ran his own trial to prove  that a headstand fixes rotator cuff injury.  If you’re part of the estimated 40-60% of the adult population, including me, that has this injury, this is welcome news.  A $20 yoga mat is slightly cheaper than a $10,000 surgery.

Shoulder Pain: A yoga-based maneuver has erased pain and disability for more than 800 of my patients who have rotator cuff difficulties, saving them from expensive, painful surgery and at least three months of physical therapy for recovery. The Triangular Forearm Support (TFS) is based on the headstand but you don’t have to stand on your head to do it. It activates a muscle that takes over the function of the one that has been injured. Activating the muscle for a minute and then enthusiastically, fearlessly raising the arm on the bad side trains the subscapularis muscle to take over for the injured superspinadis. The injured muscle never has to work again. I have followed patients who have been cured by this maneuver — painless full range of motion for 10 years.