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Why You Really Should Try Karate!

Originally when it began, karate was not intended as a fighting sport, but as a means of self defence. It was used to train the body and the mind to be strong, focused and prepared against attacks. When weapons were banded from Okinawa it encouraged the people to explore and train in empty handed modes of restraint and defence.

Japanese Samurai Swords – Spice Up Your Sword Collection Today

If you’re into sword collecting, then at some point you will have to consider adding authentic samurai swords to your collection. Samurai swords will add a certain credibility and mystique to your sword collection.

Mixed Martial Arts – With Various Disciplines

Mixed martial arts have been becoming competitive in the world of numerous fitness activities. And the reason is that it comes with four different kinds of disciplines to serve desire of individuals which vary from one to another.

Real-World Self-Defense – Are You Getting Everything You Need From Your Training?

Are you serious about real-world self-defense training? Are you looking to build the skill proficiency and abilities necessary for defending yourself against a real-world attacker – someone who’s looking to beat, break, or kill you? The truth is that most students of self-defense, including those enrolled in martial arts programs, are not getting everything they need to be able to survive a real-world self-defense situation. And, the most unfortunate thing, is that most of these students have no idea what they should be looking for in the first place. Read this article to find out if you’re one of them!

Was There A Real Murphy, And What Does Murphy’s Law Have To Do With The Martial Arts?

The martial arts are a perfect solution for Murphy’s Law. Simply, they are a plan for chaos, and a way out of chaos.

Martial Arts Exposed

Martial Arts, a combination of science and arts refers to a system of codified fighting practices used for self-defense or combat. Although its roots span to as early as the late 1st millennium BC, local traditions and beliefs across the world have also blended in through the course of history. Cultural traditions of the Indonesian, Native Americans, Hawaiians, Africans, Brazilians and Asians have left profound impacts on the current practices of fighting; these, in combination with the religious beliefs of Hinduism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Shinto and Taoism have diversified these fighting skills into various forms of what can be grouped as…

The Beginning Of The Ultimate Fighting Championship

A revolutionized form of the traditional wrestling is the Ultimate Fighting Championship, also known as the UFC. Whereas wrestling involves a limited version of competing moves and varying atmosphere, the UFC involves mixing of martial arts. With both live and telecasted events held internationally, the competition involves many combat methods for the audience’s enjoyment.

Secret Fighting Exercises of The Shaolin Temple: Crouching Tiger – Jumping Centipede!

The Shaolin Temple’s 72 Secret And Consummate Arts, also known as ‘Kungs’ or Fighting Exercises’, involve extreme training but can produce remarkable results. The two following, detailed inter-related examples show how achievements in certain ‘Kungs’ may, in some cases, considerably advance progress in others.

3 Ways Real World Self-Defense Is Very Different From Traditional or Sport Martial Arts

In the world of martial arts training, there is a very strange thing. And, it points to the differences between real-world self-defense training and traditional or sport martial arts. Do you know what it is? You will after reading this article. You’ll also know why most martial arts and so-called self-defense programs can’t teach you what you need to survive a brutal attack.

Real World Self Defense Training – Are You Learning How To Win?

Are you serious about real-world self-defense training? Are you serious about learning how to win in a real attack against a larger, stronger attacker? To make sure, read this article. Warning though… this article is only for those who are actually training – not just filling up their hard-drive with free self-defense lessons!

Taiji Ball Qigong Courses 1 and 2 With Dr Yang, Jwing-Ming

There are some areas of martial arts that can be conveyed through the written word very well. In fact, you can often put much more detail and explanation, theory, history and such concepts in a book than you can a video presentation. However, for other concepts, especially describing and teaching motion, or moving techniques, video is much easier to learn from than written text and accompanying photographs. This is why I think the video program “Taiji Ball Qigong Courses 1 & 2” with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, presented on a single DVD, is an excellent resource to accompany Dr. Yang’s book on the same topic. This 180 minute DVD teaches this lessor known Taiji training method that uses the Taiji ball to help strengthen the torso, condition the muscles, and teach the practitioner to use the mind to lead the Qi.

The Nose Bones Into The Brain Martial Myth

There is an urban legend, or martial art myth, that seems to never go away. Even though there are those of us who write about it being a myth, or urban legend, it still pops up in various forms in different novels, movies, and television shows. I even remember it being told in one of the newer martial art documentary shows with two martial artists traveling the world to experience martial arts from many cultures. (There were two such shows, I like them both, and forget witch one added to the spread of the myth.)

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