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Bruce Lee and Jeet Kune Do
By: Tracy Lenyk | Jun 29 2008
Jeet Kun Do or JKD, is a martial art philosophy developed by martial artist and actor Bruce Lee. Below is an excerpt  from 1 of the 6 ebooks that... read more
Wwe Has Brought a Revolution to Sports Entertainment
By: Dave Page | Jun 22 2008
WWE is a name that brings a glint in the eye of all youngsters out there. It is a name that we have grown up with. From skipping studies,... read more
What Is The Deal With MMA Clothes?
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 21 2008
MMA clothes are all the rage right now, especially since the sport is seeing a drastic increase in popularity. With shows like Spike TVs Ultimate Fighter keeping the spotlight... read more
Fedor Emelianenko is One Amazingly Tough Dude
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 21 2008
When it comes to mixed martial arts, you would be hard pressed to find a family more into the sport than Fedor Emelianenkos. Born and raised in Rubizhne,... read more
How to Look Good in MMA Fight Gear
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 21 2008
MMA fight gear is not something that can be worn by just anyone. As a matter of fact, to look good in any kind of MMA fight gear; you... read more
The Ins and Outs of MMA Shorts
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 21 2008
Considering the way that mixed martial arts have been taking the country by storm, it is no wonder that MMA clothing (specifically, MMA shorts) are in high demand.... read more
In Depth Look At The Life Of Chuck Liddell
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 20 2008
When it comes to mixed martial arts, it can be argued that nobody in America comes close to having mastered the sport like Chuck Liddell. Also known as The... read more
Learn About Wado-ryu Karate
By: Javier Lozano, Jr. | Jun 19 2008
History of Wado Karate In 1934 Master Hironori Ohtsuka founded the traditional Japanese Karate style called Wado-Ryu Karate - which translates to “way of peace” or “way of harmony”. Master Ohtsuka... read more
Martial Arts- What You Know About Martial Arts Training
By: Kelvin Ho | Jun 19 2008
Like any other arts, martial arts training is an important contributor to your proficiency in the field. Whether you are aiming to participate in competitions or learn for the... read more
MMA - A Fine Balance Between Brutality and Skill
By: Calasanz Martinez | Jun 19 2008
Martial Arts originated out of necessity. People had to defend themselves against humans and animals and the only weapons they had were their hands and feet. The battles fought by... read more
What You Should Know About MMA Apparel
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 18 2008
If you love mixed martial arts and can not seem to watch enough of cage fights, chances are you already own at least one piece of MMA apparel. These... read more
The Softer Side of Kevin Randleman
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 17 2008
Kevin The Monster Randleman, one of the shining stars in the world of mixed martial arts, has several different sides that fans of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)... read more
How To Buy Karate Equipment
By: Brue Baker | Jun 17 2008
If you want to do learn karate you are going to need the proper equipment. If you are starting out, not all karate equipment that is for sale is... read more
Kevin Randleman: Not The Kind of Guy You Want to Mess With
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 17 2008
At five feet, ten inches tall and two hundred and five pounds, 36 year old mixed martial arts champion Kevin The Monster Randleman is definitely not the kind... read more
Deadliest Style Of Martial Arts
By: Kelvin Ho | Jun 17 2008
Most practicing martial arts exponents claim that the particular style which they specialize in is the deadliest style of martial arts. Like in religion, there are the usual fanatics... read more
Chi and Martial Arts
By: Alan Largo | Jun 13 2008
If you have ever watched a martial arts competition or especially if you watch them regularly you may notice that some competitors make it seem effortless. Their form is seemingly... read more
Mma Times
By: Hts360 | Jun 12 2008
Alves is Huge and an Early Stoppage Alves was huge in two ways. He looked like he was 190 just really big at the fight. Then he connected and finished Matt... read more
Chuck Liddell: Fighter and Actor?
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 10 2008
Most people know of Chuck Liddell as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Iceman. But he also has an acting career. Here are some of the appearances he has made outside... read more
Teaching Martial Arts in America
By: Calasanz Martinez | Jun 10 2008
Over the holidays, I had the chance to relax and watch one of those great Chinese martial art movies. You know the ones with the subtitles and great sound... read more
The Shamanic Origins of Tai Chi
By: Stefan Verstappen | Jun 4 2008
 "Only the multi-disciplined warrior, the techno-shaman, can scale the walls of ignorance and shed light over the prevailing darkness. The warrior spirit must guide this process." The Warrior's Edge,... read more
Chuck Liddell vs. Randy Couture on Spike TV
By: Phoenix Delray | Jun 2 2008
In 1983, The Nashville Network (TNN) was born. The network evolved in 2003 into a male oriented programming force known as Spike TV. On that network, the idea... read more
The Three Hidden Functions of Forms Training, Do You Know What You're Really Learning?
By: Stefan Verstappen | May 31 2008
It's an argument we have all heard before, 'Since you would never fight in a sequence like a form, what is the use of practicing forms?' This argument... read more
Decoding Chinese Forms, the Hidden Meanings Behind the Flash
By: Stefan Verstappen | May 31 2008
Chinese styles are often criticized as being impractical, showy and lacking in practical application. The criticism is usually heard from the eclectic styles that focus on street fighting and... read more
The Power to Destroy, the Three Types of Destructive Energy Used in Martial Arts
By: Stefan Verstappen | May 31 2008
If there is one word that can sum up what martial arts teach, that is power. The creation and use of power or energy (Chi in Chinese or Ki... read more
The King, the Fool, and the Fox, Reading and Controlling Non-verbal Communication in the Sparring Ring
By: Stefan Verstappen | May 31 2008
Know yourself and know your enemy and in a hundred battles you will be victorious. Sun Tzu, The Art of War Few people today have not heard Sun Tzu's famous axiom,... read more
The Spirit of the Tiger and Crane, Learn the Deadly Combination of Strategy and Attitude
By: Stefan Verstappen | May 31 2008
  The five elements and their associated heraldic animals represent an ancient knowledge of how heavenly forces could be manipulated to affect earthly destinies. The central ritual of Taoist magic consists... read more
The Real Sixth Sense
By: Stefan Verstappen | May 31 2008
  One day a young samurai approached a revered teacher of swordsmanship and begged acceptance as a student. "You must do everything I ask you without question." The teacher warned. The samurai... read more
Strategy for the Street, What Would Sun Tzu Do in a Situation Like This?
By: Stefan Verstappen | May 30 2008
  What would you do if you found yourself in a dead end alley at three in the morning in the middle of gang town, and you're surrounded by a... read more
MMA Shirts Show Allegiance
By: Phoenix Delray | May 29 2008
If you are a fan of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), you probably have a favorite fighter in some of the more legendary rivalries. Who is your guy? A great... read more
Chuck Liddell: An Icy Presence
By: Phoenix Delray | May 29 2008
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter Chuck Liddell has a history that includes a number of martial arts disciplines. He has studied Koei Kan karate since he was a child,... read more
MMA Shorts as Fashion Accessory
By: Phoenix Delray | May 29 2008
The Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) field is a serious one, yet there is much fashion to be found within its reaches. One of the elements of clothing that can... read more
Aikido in the UK - the Beginning
By: Henry Ellis | May 7 2008
Aikido in the UK ~ The Beginning By Henry Ellis In 1951 at the age of 15 years I was just leaving school. I had already started a career at the age... read more
Ccl Tae Kwon Do
By: Trinie S. Lee | May 5 2008
CCL Tae Kwon Do is an "exclusive" traditional style martial arts school located in Danbury, CT. Our lessons are based on different types of curriculum, which are designed... read more
Old School Vs New School - Which One is Better Traditional or Cutting Edge Training for Martial Arts
By: Rosendo Lopez | May 3 2008
“There is nothing like experience itself”, I am not sure exactly who said those powerful words, but they have an effervescent truth. I learned this the hard way... read more
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