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Fun facts about MMA Fighting!
Published by joshua gentry 86 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +33 votes | 0 comments
The sport of Mixed Martial Arts is derived rom many ancient disciplines
Published by joshua gentry 86 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +26 votes | 1 comments
The how to's and Where from's of Mixed Martial Arts
Published by joshua gentry 86 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +26 votes | 0 comments
In Tai Chi, the movements of the arms is essential as the movements of the lower limbs but the arms especially the hands play a great role in martial movements and health exercises. The three hand forms of Tai Chi Chuan are the palm, the fist and the hook.
Published by Ron Siojo 74 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +23 votes | 17 comments
The best defense is a good offense; think safety when ever possible.
Published by Rae Morvay 103 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +23 votes | 23 comments
There are three basic postures applied in standing exercise in Tai Chi Chuan. These exercises are taught to beginners and also act as auxiliary exercise for every level of students.
Published by Ron Siojo 74 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +22 votes | 17 comments
shaolin monks learn kong fu in china shaolin kong fu training
Published by Petal 77 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +19 votes | 7 comments
Reports say that there is a considerable increase in women of Asian countries attending Martial Arts Schools. Does it show that women are rising up with more power or does it reflect the increase of social evils against women?
Published by +Paulose 72 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +14 votes | 6 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 91 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +13 votes | 11 comments
The ancient practice of Lei Tai or “fighting on the platform’, were actually Wushu (Chinese martial arts) matches done on a platform utilizing a mixture of boxing and wrestling. It was practiced for thousand of years in China. Lei Tai is a full contact kung fu/wushu fighting. Yet it was different from the two in – among other things – the way of elimination.
Published by Ron Siojo 83 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +12 votes | 2 comments
Originating from East Java, Indonesia, a country of many esoteric practices, Kalimasada was before exclusively confined within a family circle, quite typical of many Eastern systems. Kalimasada is an ancient Indonesian method of inner energy development and self-induced therapy. Its name was derived from a sacred weapon of Maharaj Yudisthira, a saintly king and the eldest of the famed Pandava brothers of the Mahabharata.
Published by Ron Siojo 90 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +12 votes | 14 comments
What is the history and philosophy of Kung Fu?
Published by Francina Marie Parks 78 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +11 votes | 10 comments
Some years ago, the Chinese Naturalist School developed the theory of Wu Hsing. The five elements, water, fire, wood, metal and earth were not considered inactive matter, but dynamic processes which were basic to an understanding of the natural world. The characteristic qualities of each of the Hsing were derived from the careful
Published by Ron Siojo 82 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +11 votes | 6 comments
As Tai Chi Chuan is an efficient health restorer, or trains the body to be an explosive “weapon” for self-defense, its dynamism could also produce amazing flexibility with ease and harmony with such little effort. Do more for less effort. This is very much in keeping with Tai Chi Chuan’s ancient reputation. As it adage goes, “Four ounces can repel a thousand pounds.”
Published by Ron Siojo 85 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +11 votes | 6 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 88 months ago in Martial Arts & Self-Defense | +11 votes | 8 comments
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