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Pertaining To The Martial Arts Training Review

Anytime somebody decides to learn how to protect themselves, learn self defense, or become a better person, something comes to mind – martial arts. Martial arts training are very common these days, being practiced across the world. Continue reading

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Kickboxing Exercise Workouts

If your looking to lose a lot of weight fast and get ripped/toned, then you ought to consider doing a kickboxing type workout. You don’t have to do anything like sparring or fighting, rather just doing the exercise against bags and pads is enough. Continue reading

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Five Great Kickboxing Exercise Workout DVD’s

It is very important to train and work your body at least a few times a week. The benefits are tremendous and it is a great way to stay healthy. Continue reading

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Baguazhang Kung Fu Energy Flux…The Secret Nobody Knows

Baguazhang Kung Fu is one of those exotic martial arts that stimulates the imagination. One hears incredible stories of what the old Baguazhang masters could do, and they want to do them, too. The sad truth, however, is that most Baguazhang schools are not training in the correct manner. Continue reading

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Fitness With Boxing

If you’ve hard of Kickboxing before, you may have negative pictures of blood and sweat. But the truth is, using boxing for fitness is awesome and doesn’t require you to fight anyone (except maybe a boxing bag). Continue reading

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Things To Consider About Chinese Martial Arts Training

All over the world, Chinese martial arts are well known and well respected. China is a pioneer to fighting styles, founding several excellent styles. Although Kung Fu is easily the most well known Chinese martial art, you can find others that are just as good. Below, we’ll look at some of the other Chinese fighting techniques that aren’t as well known as Kung Fu. Continue reading

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Seven Bizarre Reasons to Learn Kung Fu in This Nutty World!

If you decided not to learn kung fu, too sweaty, too much time, maybe you should reconsider. This world is going absolutely bonkers, and I mean in our own safe, little communities. Here are seven examples of people who have gone crazy, and they are the total argument for learning self defense techniques in this world. Continue reading

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The Martial Art of Aikido

The sphere of Martial Arts is one of the most important contributions of Asia to the world. Who will forget Bruce Lee and the fact that he was first and foremost a martial arts competitor before becoming a movie star? Continue reading

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Karate Kiai and The Secret of Kotodama

Karate Kiai is a Japanese idea meaning ‘spirit shout,’ and it is the deadly yell that karate practitioners scream when chopping an opponent’s head off. Well, maybe I went overboard with that description a bit, grin, but there is a truth to the karate yell that is unarguable and leads to some rather mysterious knowledge. I am referring to subject of Kotodama, or ‘Word spirit.’ Continue reading

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Tai Chi Chuan: Perspectives on the Classical v the Modern

Saw Tai Chi Chuan on the youtube, and it was quite fascinating. Young chinese lass performed a Tai Chi New modern version, and my mind began to inspect the intricate movements, the rights and wrongs. Of course, one could claim that there is no right and wrong, there is only interpretation. Continue reading

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