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Tai Chi: A Practical Introduction - Book Review
A book review of Paul Crompton´s "Tai Chi: A Practical Introduction".
Tips to Becoming a Martial Arts Teacher
At some point in every Martial Artist’s career, the student progresses to the teacher. Here are some pointers to becoming a great teacher.
Bruce Lee - Profile of a Martial Artist
No Martial Arts discussion would ever be complete without speaking about Bruce Lee. He is a symbol held in high regard as to what a modern Martial Artist should embody. His life is as dynamic and explosive as his Martial Arts.
Sit-up Routines for Martial Arts
Having a well-rounded routine is important in Martial Arts training. Sit-ups are a great way to help build core strength.
Developing a Warm-Up Routine
As in any physical or athletic activity, it is always a good idea to begin your practice with a solid warm-up. Here are some simple tips to start your warm-up routine.
Why start Martial Arts – A personal journey
Many people start Martial Arts for many reasons. This is my personal story so you can get to know me as the editor and the backgrounds I come from. There is much for everyone to gain from practicing Martial Arts.
The Mental Study of Martial Arts
Martial Arts is about more than just punches and kicks, forms and sparring, it involves the study of the mind as well. It is about the Body, Mind, and Spirit
Martial Arts in Spring
Spring is in the air and it´s a great time to think about Martial Arts
Martial Arts Training Does Not Make You a Fighter
Just because you train in Martial Arts, are you automatically a fighter? No. Find out why not.
Martial Arts Year in Review -- 2006
Take a moment as we begin a New Year to review 2006 in Martial Arts.
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