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The Beauty and Danger of Samurai Swords

An inexperienced buyer will never tell a fake samurai sword from a genuine one. They will look all the same and have the exact same weight and size. Yet, a fake sword will remain just an expensive toy that will probably break into small pieces once you decide to try it is a fight simulation. A real Japanese sword is a dangerous weapon. It is so sharp that can easily cut human hair falling on the blade. That’s just one of the tests. If you are really interested in Asian weapons, there are specialized sites and forums that gather fans from across the world.

The Top 5 Martial Arts For Self-Defense

There is a lot of debate about the best martial arts for self-defense. Some consider sports based arts such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai the best. Others believe so- called “Reality Based” styles such as Krav Maga are better.

How You Can Learn Martial Arts Online

If you’re looking to begin or advance your martial arts through alternative methods away from a facility then this article is right for you. I have provided a tried and tested free and concise 7 Point Strategy to help you learn Martial Arts Online. I have seen similar information (not as good as my guide) retailing from upwards of ยฃ20.00. The great thing about this 7 Point Strategy is that it is both practically and easy to implement. Give it a read you will be amazed how a specific and targeted approach can save you time and money.

The Importance of Custom Rash Guards for Your Gym

When it comes to promoting a team or gym in the martial arts world or in any market, being able to have your name or logo on virtually anything used by your patrons is important. One of the many ways to do this is through custom rash guards. As most teams and gym owners know, rash guards are extremely important to most fighting sports.

The Cage Is The Rage – Why Clinch Training Is So Important for MMA

When training or fighting Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) it is important to understand how to use the cage. By training the clinch a fighter can take advantage of the Cage. Pinning, take downs and striking on the cage can be the difference between winning and losing.

MMA Energy Systems – Part 2

Part 1 of this article taught us that MMA is an aerobic sport. However, this doesn’t mean you should always do long and slow cardio. Find out just what sort of aerobic training you should incorporate into your MMA workouts.

MMA Energy Systems – Part 1

Most people think that MMA is an anaerobic sport. However – they’d be wrong. Find out why.

MMA For Beginners – Where To Start

Nowadays, there are more and more people become interested in practicing MMA but most of them are confused on where they should begin. The most common option is to start joining an MMA class. Most people take this route but there is another alternative that you can consider to jumpstart your training.

Shaolin Kung Fu Head Conditioning Massage Routines

Used extensively and successfully in China for thousands of years by a number of related Kung Ku styles such exercises enjoy enduring popularity for Martial Arts (Wu Shu) conditioning in the People’s Republic today. Wu Shu Massage, part of external (wei dan) Martial Qigong, is mastered via perseverance, time and effort.

How To Strengthen Your Grip For MMA

When discussing martial arts acumen, the subject of grip strength isn’t thought of. It’s a shame, because it certainly should. Think about how many techniques in Judo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and wrestling involve grabbing the wrist forcefully.

What Is Submission Wrestling/Grappling?

Submission wrestling/grappling brings various techniques from a variety of places together. It is part folk wrestling, part judo, part Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and part freestyle wrestling, among other things. The larger sport is a mixed martial arts sport. It is a mix of all the prevalent arts of stand up grappling and ground fighting.

Japanese Karate – The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Even as he was introducing Karate, it was being degraded. Here is a short piece on the how and why of Karate corruption.

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