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Do you really study Martial Arts?
Do you really study Martial Arts? Read on and make a vow for the New Year to truly embrace the study of Martial Arts.
Do You Move Your Whole Body in Martial Arts?
One of the keys to becoming a great Martial Artist is understanding how your body is all connected and to be able to move your whole body with each movement.
Developing Observation Skills in Martial Arts
Using observation in your Martial Arts can help to make you a master at details like Sherlock Holmes.
Developing Core Strength for Martial Arts
One of the keys in doing good in Martial Arts is developing core strength. There are many ways to develop core strength. Included here are just a few examples.
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.
Debunking Martial Arts Myths
There are many myths and excuses for not starting Martial Arts. Have you run across them? Is that what´s stopping you from starting Martial Arts? Here are the answers to answers to some common myths and excuses.
Knees are both a deadly weapon and a weak spot in the body. Learn more about the duality of this joint in this article.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Coming To Broadway
There are plans in the works to bring the blockbuster, Martial Arts film, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon to the Broadway stage.
Conan the Barbarian - Movie Review
Hollywood seems to be on a remake kick of late. I loved the original Conan with Arnold Schwarzenegger. But I'm quickly becoming a fan of this new revisioning of the classic movie.
Competing in Martial Arts
A brief editorial on competitions in Martial Arts.
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