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Spy Next Door - Movie Review
The timeless Jackie Chan in "Spy Next Door", an action-romantic-comedy with a family focus. Check out my review here.
Starting Martial Arts in September
September marks the start of a new school year and, for parents, often the mad dash to find new and exciting ways to keep their young ones entertained after school. Why not Martial Arts?
Sticking to your Martial Arts Resolutions
Are you making a resolution to start-up Martial Arts again? Here are some tips to how to make it stick.
Taekwondo Changes Unveiled for 2012 Olympics
The Olympics feel like a long ways off but the groundwork for the global event have already been put into place. There will be some big changes for Taekwondo this coming summer.
Tai Chi in Olympics Opening Ceremony
In a spectacular opening ceremony for the 2008 Summer Olympics Games held in Beijing, China, a well choreographed Wu Shu Tai Chi performance was held.
Tai Chi: A Practical Introduction - Book Review
A book review of Paul Crompton´s "Tai Chi: A Practical Introduction".
Teaching a Relative in Martial Arts
Teaching your relatives, be it a sibling, parent, spouse, or loved one can be challenging. But with a few tips, it can also be a rewarding and bonding experience.
The Future of Martial Arts
A recent show on eqHD TV has made me consider the future of Martial Arts. Can Martial Arts continue to exist?
The Karate Kid - Then and Now
The Karate Kid, Then and Now, takes a look at the original Karate Kid and the new.
The Last Airbender - Movie Review
In this live action adaptation of this popular comic series and video game, "Avatar: The Last Airbender", "The Last Airbender" takes what we know of the story and elevates it to a new level.
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