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Where Do You Look During a Fight?

Where do you look during an altercation or fight? The answer is the most common answer to self-defense questions on an e-mail list I belong to, “It depends.” No, this is not a cop-out, it really does depend on a number of factors. Just like there is no one hundred percent sure self-defense technique or strategy, you can’t answer where you should look in the absolute. But you can have some general guidelines to help you if you find yourself in a bad situation.

How To Develop Perfect Kicks When You Are Teaching Yourself Martial Arts At Home

Generally we are not used to using our legs as much as our arms and for this reason it is more difficult to learn to kick than to punch. If you are teaching yourself Martial Arts (MA) at home you will also not have the benefit of an instructor to correct your kicks. There are, however, some sure-fire ways to make sure that your kicks are perfect.

Can You Learn Martial Arts At Home?

Teaching yourself Martial Arts (MA) at home is both an interesting and also a highly rewarding task. Many people will tell you that it cannot be done, but that’s only because they don’t believe that they can do it. But like with all things in life, where there is a will, there will always be a way, and there will always be someone who has already done it.

5 Things You Need To Do Before You Learn Martial Arts Online

Many will tell you that it is not possible to learn Martial Arts online, but just because you are not able to train with a live instructor does not mean that you cannot learn Martial Arts (MA). In fact, there are many who have learnt their skills from alternative sources. Now, in order for you to be successful, there are a number of considerations to take into account before you start.

Four Things You Will Need To Successfully Teach Yourself Martial Arts

Let’s begin with the most obvious question, “can you teach yourself Martial Arts (MA)?” The answer is a definite YES and in this article I will show you how. There are many reasons why you would consider teaching yourself Martial Arts at home.

Three Obstacles You Will Encounter When Learning Martial Arts At Home And How You Can Overcome Them

Contrary to popular belief, it is NOT impossible to learn Martial Arts at home (or online), by yourself. Yes, you will encounter some obstacles, but nothing that a little creative thinking cannot overcome. The three main obstacles you are most likely to encounter when learning Martial Arts at home by yourself are…

Martial Arts Home Training – Teaching Yourself Martial Arts (MA) At Home

Many people will tell you that teaching yourself Martial Arts at home is impossible, but that’s only because they have not done it. Yet there are many who have, and successfully too. In this group are many famous Warriors; MA founders, MA Masters, UFC Champions and Jiu-jitsu champions; and that’s not even mentioning the average Joe’s who are doing it every day.

Martial Arts Home Training – The Key To Becoming A Better Martial Artist

Whether you train at a Martial Arts (MA) school or at home alone, home training is essential if you want to excel in your chosen art. There is simply no way that you can train for two one-hour lessons per week and then expect to become good at it. The MA, like any skill, requires dedication and regular practice.

Martial Arts or Self-Defence – Which One Is Right for You?

Regardless of motivations, I have always been supportive of individuals who wish to step on the Martial path- be it self-defence, martial arts, combatives or survival. To many practitioners, and even instructors the distinction is not very clear. As a result, all too often the wrong product/service gets delivered, and either the student quits, gets hurt, feels unfulfilled or even worse, mistakenly believe in skills he/she has acquired.

Grappling: An Introduction to Submission Grappling

Grappling, in martial arts, refers to any method of fighting that involves gripping your opponent as opposed to striking your opponent. For instance, wrestling involves grappling techniques while Muay Thai typically does not (unless you consider the clinch used in that sport).

Taiji Ball Qigong Courses 3 and 4 With Dr Yang, Jwing-Ming

“Taiji Ball Qigong courses 3 and 4” with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming continues the learning experience that started with the first two courses on DVD 1 and the book that these two DVDs accompany. Owning the book and both DVDs, which constitutes four courses on Taiji Ball Qigong training provides one with a very extensive training resource for learning this lessor known practice found within Chinese Taiji and Qigong. The training with the Taiji Ball can strengthen the torso, condition the muscles, and teach the practitioner to use the mind to lead Qi. Additionally, it can enhance one’s Pushing Hands ability and is a stimulating and interesting practice to learn.

Martial Arts Ventures Into Mainstream Products

Karate tournaments provide a positive venue for both kids and adults to compete, but at the same time the health and safety of participants must be taken into consideration. Just like any other athletic event, an experienced medical staff is always present at all karate tournaments. The medical staff has be to equipped with all appropriate tools and supplies to accommodate both tournament participants and spectators in the event of a medical emergency. One recent addition to the medical tool kit is the pulse oximeter.

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