quote by Catherine Bell

I love to go bungee jumping, jump out of planes, ride motorbikes, do kickboxing. I love all that stuff.

— Catherine Bell

Most Powerful Kickboxer quotations

My computer beat me at checkers, but I sure beat it at kickboxing.

Apparently, the the only way to kill a lion is by rear naked choke.

Personally, I’d just kick it in the head.

You just have to realize that Jet Li is a movie star.

He's great at what he does, but if he stepped into our world he wouldn't last long.

Boxer guys are very tough and they play a very tough game, but its a game.

Karate guys, tae kwon doe guys, kickboxers or judo guys, they are very tough guys and a lot of heart and a lot of training, but its very specifically as a sport. It's not a fight. A fight is everything goes.

I used to do kickboxing, because I liked the cute outfits.

I competed in track for 10 years and have been doing kickboxing forever.

I was lucky enough, when I was younger, to have the chance to do as much as possible, and I found what I wanted to do. I did swimming, gymnastics, kickboxing and the one that took off more than the others was acting.

I do mixed martial arts, mainly kickboxing.

I love going to the gym and taking aerobics classes and kickboxing.

Doing a variety of activities keeps it fresh and helps work other muscles that could potentially help you with your game.

The kickboxing and the martial arts is so fun.

It's like anything in school. You're not going to retain information unless you're interested in it.

If I was mentoring a young fighter, I'd tell him to spend more time on boxing.

That doesn't mean I would ignore kickboxing - you still need to learn the defenses - but in stand-up, it's hard to beat good, solid boxing.

I am a gym rat who loves to work out, particularly running, Zumba, yoga, cycling, and kickboxing.

I follow K-1 closely and also train Ray Sefo.

My heart is with K-1 and I love the sport of standup kickboxing.

I think it is great to unite all kickboxing styles under one set of rules.

I've been training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu all my life.

Boxing, kickboxing. I'm definitely not a fighter, but I defend my honor.

While wrestling in college as a junior it came to a point where wrestling just wasn't enough for me anymore. I love wrestling, but I felt like I was missing something, and so the striking part about MMA, the boxing and kickboxing, was what got me really interested in MMA. I saw it on TV and I just knew that I wanted to do it.

If you can't beat your computer at chess, try kickboxing.

I get to be in movies where it's mostly dialogue, and I want to be in something, that for me, feels like kickboxing.

No matter what size you are, you must be healthy.

I focus on health as a model, whether it's doing yoga, hiking, kickboxing - those things bring me joy.

You had women's kickboxing and they're in the ring and that's what I want to do.

I just wanted to fight.

In the early 2000s, I was introduced to the noble art of kickboxing, it thrilled me, and I loved it. I loved the honour and the discipline, and I also loved the punching.

I like to make my fights exciting and different.

Everybody in UFC can fight. We're capable of kickboxing, wrestling, but I like to stand out. That's what I really pride myself on. What can I do to stand out from the other people in my sport.

I was an All-American in wrestling in high school, was National Champion in Chinese kickboxing in 1999 and have spent a lot of time around professional athletes, which includes my eight-plus years as CEO of a sports nutrition company.

No system is better than another, but some are better for certain people.

The person makes a system worthwhile, not the other way around. I blended a lot of systems I had studied over the years, Judo, wrestling, boxing, Hapkido, Kenpo, Thai Boxing, American Kickboxing, Jujitsu, Aikido.

The internet is such a strange place.

You can put up one thing on there like, Katy Perry was a taekwondo master of the black belt! When really all I did was one kickboxing class. That's how I think my short time in doing my gospel record was like.

Sometimes I do yoga, sometimes it's kickboxing, sometimes it's weight training, sometimes it's Pilates.

I read the books and I really, really wanted to play the part.

I started kundalini yoga, kickboxing and running, and completely changed my diet. I felt I wanted to undergo what was necessary for the part. I love a challenge. And I love defying limitation, gender stereotypes and people’s expectations of me as an actress.

Through Biblical times, there have been great women warriors and now the sport is so populated that these are the women warriors that we have today in boxing, kickboxing, and MMA.

How do I transform pain. I guess the number one way in which I do that is by working on music, but also it can be anything from just talking about it with other people or doing kickboxing or meditating or running around with dogs. Or just simply trying to sit with it and be mindful and be aware of it.

I eat organic as much as possible, cleanse regularly, and love outdoor activities like paddle boarding, hiking, swimming, kickboxing, and yoga. But honestly it's more of a psychological thing for me. If I feel good on the inside, I treat my body with more respect.

When I was ten years old, my dad and brother did JUDO so I went along because I felt like I was missing out. They eventually gave up and I continued, then moved into Tae Kwon Do, kickboxing and various other martial arts. I did lots of different things, but mostly things like Wushu, Jeet Kune Do, Krav Maga and stuff like that.

I don't train for sports. I've never trained for sports. I train for life, and sport is just a part of that. So when I start training, that's lifestyle training and that's why I go through so many things, whether it's yoga, kickboxing, wrestling or swimming.

All I ever wanted to be was a Ninja... Tong from Kickboxer, Sagat from Street Fighter.

You need good coaches with a good gym that teach you the essentials, like boxing, kickboxing, wrestling, and pretty much all the stuff that you need to be successful in MMA.