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Happy New Years
If you study an Asian-based Martial Arts, studying how that culture celebrates New Years is a great way to expand your knowledge and understanding of the great Art you are learning. Find out more about their traditions here.
Hello and no I don't do Mixed Martial Arts
There is more to Martial Arts than just UFC. Read on and let me know if you agree.
History of Judo in the Olympics
This is a brief history of Judo in the Olympics.
History of TaeKwonDo in the Olympics
TaeKwonDo is a relatively new sport in the summer Olympics, which began its journey in 1998.
Home-Made Master Shifu Costume
Some ideas for making a Master Shifu from Kung Fu Panda costume.
Hong Kong to Honor Martial Arts Legend
Despite being dead since 1973, Bruce Lee lives on in the hearts of many all around the world. This year, 2005, has proven to be a big year for the Martial Arts master and movie star. But things couldnīt be more exciting as Hong Kong honors the legendary man with a statue.
How do you learn Martial Arts?
How to avoid drama in Martial Arts
It seems at times that no matter what, if something involves people there will eventually be drama. It can rob you of precious training time. Here are some tips as to how to avoid it.
How to Surive being a Spouse of a Martial Artist
Let's face it, being married to (or the significant other) of a Martial Artist is not the easiest thing in the world. Here is some advise as to how to put up with us.
Hydrate for optimal performance
Even Martial Artists need to consider hydrating properly when working out. Here are some quick tips to recognizing dehydration and the proper hydrating routine.
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