Need help improving your Martial Arts? Here are some supplemental training techniques that can help take you to the next level.
Cardiovascular Training in Martial Arts
Do you train cardio in Martial Arts? You should consider it. Some tips and information on cardio training in Martial Arts.
College Degrees that Compliment Martial Arts
Are you trying to figure out what degrees to pursue for college and you´d like to make Martial Arts a major part of your career decision? Try looking at some of these suggestions.
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.
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 Observation Skills in Martial Arts
Using observation in your Martial Arts can help to make you a master at details like Sherlock Holmes.
Gain More By Training Outdoors
Ever considered taking your Martial Arts training outdoors? If you haven't, you may want to consider all you're missing. Read on here.
Martial Arts as a College Degree
Can you imagine going to college for a Martial Arts degree? Well it´s possible these days. Read and find out more.
Meditation and Martial Arts
Meditation is a great supplement to your Martial Arts training. Read on to find out why and some tips as to how to get started today!
Music Enhances Martial Arts
Can listening to music enhance your Martial Arts? According to the Mozart Effect, it can. Read more to understand this interesting phenomenon.
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.
Traditional Chinese Medicine and Martial Arts
The ties between Traditional Chinese Medicine and Martial Arts is strong and based on the similar concepts which support both – the basis of those concepts being an understanding of the human body.
Training Reaction Times
Practicing and developing reaction times is a key part of any Martial Arts training. There are a variety of ways (and some of them quite playful and fun) to accomplish this training at all ages and skill levels.
Using video and photo in you Martial Arts training
A picture is worth a thousand words. Use it to improve your Martial Arts
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