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Are Mixed Martial Arts for YOU?, What Should You Expect from Training MMA?
Published by John Paul V 90 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +0 votes | 0 comments
Visualization and imagery are powerful tools a martial artist can add to his/her training regimen to achieve maximum performance. But what are the qualities behind this tools that make them so effective?
Published by Ron Siojo 91 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +11 votes | 8 comments
Imu Sani Pancak Silat, the Malay martial art, is a form of self-defense knowledge which is concerned with specific ways of protecting oneself from physical injury when attacked, either with or without weapons. The rationale behind the acquisition of such knowledge is that not everyone possesses the physical built or natural agility to parry an attack. Therefore it is relevant to know the specific ways of defeating an assailant.
Published by Ron Siojo 91 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +11 votes | 7 comments
Becoming a mixed martial artist these days requires training, dedication, hard work, sweat and oh yea, a little bit of pain too.
Published by David Howard 91 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +0 votes | 0 comments
The artÂ’s name alone indicates that the Aikidoda (an Aikido practitioner) does not clash with the opponent. An aikidodas adept never assumes the role of an aggressor. It is a gentle and non-aggressive art of self-defense. It seeks neither to compete, or to win with brutal force nor to destroy others but blends and redirects the opponentÂ’s aggressive action.
Published by Ron Siojo 93 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +13 votes | 11 comments
Literally, “art of kicking and punching”, Tae Kwon Do is a native Korean form of fighting that embraces kicking, punching, jumping, blocking, dodging, and parrying. It is a system for training both the body and mind, with an emphasis on the development of moral character.
Published by Ron Siojo 94 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +9 votes | 11 comments
Tai Chi Chuan is the most popular branch of Internal School of Chinese pugilism enjoys a vast number of followers throughout the years. People practice Tai Chi for various reasons, some are attracted by its martial appeal as an esoteric and deadly art, and others are drawn to it because of its artistic movements. But to most, the reason is the promise of health benefits through its dedicated practice.
Published by Ron Siojo 94 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +9 votes | 6 comments
The Celtic Art of War Strategy.The Martial Art of the Celtic Warrior
Published by Joseph Collins 94 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +7 votes | 3 comments
Martial Arts created in America.The history of American Martial Arts.
Published by Joseph Collins 94 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +1 votes | 0 comments
Explaining MMA in detail
Published by Marvin Webster 97 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +1 votes | 0 comments
How to defend yourself against aggressors using simple, convenient tactics which you already know
Published by Hello 98 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +4 votes | 2 comments
Why handgun safety education is important, whether required for handgun owners or not.
Published by Timothy Kane 98 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +0 votes | 0 comments
Know the Bsiics of Muay Thai and Muay Boran.
Published by John Paul V 99 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +1 votes | 1 comments
Find yourself in bar fights often? Here's how to survive.
Published by Albert 99 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +0 votes | 0 comments
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