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Shaolin Kung Fu Secret Fighting Exercises: Pipa Arts (Aka ‘Plucking the Guitar Strings’)

The Shaolin Temple’s 72 Secret And Consummate Arts, also known as ‘Kungs’ or Fighting Exercises’, involve extreme training but can produce astonishing results. Pipa Arts (aka ‘Plucking the Guitar Strings’) an Internal Energy Training Exercise which enables one-finger knockouts, is described, together with details of training intensity stages and duration.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu – 4 Adjustments BJJ Fighters Have to Make When Fighting MMA

In the early days of mixed martial arts, Brazilian jiu jitsu fighters dominated these events with little resistance. However, over the last decade the sport has developed in ways that mean that B.J.J. specialists of today have to make certain adjustments in order to be successful in modern M.M.A.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu – 4 Ways to Mentally Dominate Your Opponent

In all types of sports it easy to get caught up only focusing on the physical aspects of the sport. However, there are other ways you can direct your attention in order to dramatically improve your performance. In Brazilian jiu jitsu there are a number of strategies you can impose in order to mentally dominate your opponent.

Learning Basic MMA Fighting Techniques

Most MMA fighters today have learned to fight in more than one style. This makes them more effective fighters both in and out of the ring. Here are some of the basic fighting styles that many professional mixed martial arts fighters use in combat.

3 Fears You Will Have To Overcome When You Are Learning Martial Arts Online

When you are learning Martial Arts Online, you will encounter many fears that you will have to overcome in order to succeed. These fears are different to those you will have to face when you are training with a school. Fear of standing out If you check on online forums, or speak to Martial Artists or Instructors they will all tell you that it is impossible to learn at home (you need a teacher, guide, guru etc.

Fight In Style: Choosing The Right MMA Clothing And Gear

It is apparent that mixed martial arts is one of the fastest growing sports in the world today, MMA clothing is likewise becoming more and more in demand in the fashion world. In choosing clothing for MMA, comfort is of utmost importance. Remember, your clothing goes a long way in defining your mental clarity while training for such an art form.

Muay Thai Training Tips for Beginners

Muay Thai is a highly physical martial art. It’s a simple, yet brutal art as others would say. This combat sport has gained considerable interest among fitness buffs and martial arts enthusiasts all over the world because of the numerous benefits that it offers. So if you’re thinking of trying out Muay Thai, here are some tips and things that you should know, especially if you haven’t taken up a martial art before.

Muay Thai Lessons in Thailand: How to Find and Choose a Gym in Thailand

Muay Thai lessons in Thailand are an experience you will remember for the rest of your days. Training sessions are tough but also offer excellent value for money and the opportunity for you to get very good, very quickly.

Judo MMA Training Techniques

Interested in learning basic Judo techniques? Judo techniques are actually taken from the actions of Jujitsu, which was practiced by Sumo wrestlers, long time ago in both China and Japan.

Ninpo Taijutsu Training – Using the Ninja’s Heel Stamp Kick As An Effective Self-Defense Weapon

The use of high, fancy, kicking techniques has never been a part of ninpo taijutsu training – the unarmed self-defense method of Japan’s ancient Ninja families. Nor has it been a part of traditional Japanese Budo for that matter. One of the reasons for this is due in large part to the clothing styles and use of armor by the Japanese. This article explores the ninja’s heel-stamp kick and why it’s better than a conventional straight-leg kick, like the one’s typically done in most martial art schools.

Kung Fu: Shaolin Salutes the Ming!

It is usual in Kung Fu classes, right at the start, for the group to salute their teacher who salutes them back. In this version the students’ left hand (which is Yang) covers the clenched fist of the right (which is Yin) and a slight bow made and returned. The right hand represents the Moon (Yin) the left hand the Sun (Yang) the two brightest objects in the sky. The salute ‘says’, to those aware of the symbolism: ‘Ming’ (brightness/brilliance/enlightenment) read the following article to find out why!

UFC 129 Preview – St Pierre Vs Shields and Other Important Match Ups

UFC 129 is scheduled for Saturday April 30th, 2011 9 pm EST at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario Canada. UFC 129 features, what should be, a very exciting main event which showcases the best pound-for-pound mixed martial artist in the world: Georges “Rush” St Pierre. St Pierre is on an incredible run in the UFC and many experts agree that St Pierre is the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world.

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