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Muay Thai Boxing Clothing And Equipment That You Need

14th November 2011
Muay Thai is an interesting and exciting sport that can keep you healthy and sharp. If you are thinking of picking up this wonderful sport, perhaps you can start with learning more about the different pieces of clothing or equipment that you may need. But... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

Fun-Filled Music Education Through Recorder Karate

03rd May 2011
The recorder is one of the first musical instruments that children are introduced to. It is also known as an "English Flute" and belongs to the woodwind family of instruments. One innovative and incentive-centred method of teaching children how to play it... Read >
Author: BenCap17

Tabata Workouts For Martial Arts

21st March 2011
Martial arts training requires a decenet level of fitness particularly if you are involved in competitioin fighting, whether that is in the ring or on the mat. Even if you don't compete as you gain experience the greater the need for fitness improvements.... Read >
Author: Chris Boyd

Boxing gloves- the best protective gear

20th January 2011
Boxing is a famous combat sport and martial art in which two people mainly use their fists for competition. Every boxer should keep his fists well protected and it is due to this they gain popularity. Starting from his invention, there were many varieties... Read >
Author: Peter Shan

How to Protect Yourself from Attacks by Unsuspecting Thus With Everyday Objects that Seem Harmless

24th December 2010
If you believe that self-defense weaponry is limited to firearms, knives, pepper spray and martial arts paraphernalia, believe once more. If you don't discover how to use everyday items to protect your self against a physical assault by those who would ha... Read >
Author: Eddy Case

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Philadelphia-Becoming A Perfect Alternative For Martial Art Enthusiasts

11th November 2010
According to statistics, it has been around for numbers of years, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu had been appreciated in the United States by Royce Gracie in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Earlier, it was quite difficult for people to understand the styles of t... Read >
Author: phillymma

Injuries During Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

01st July 2010
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art that aims at forcing the opponent to submit with the help of painful joint locks, chokes and compression locks. Like all other martial arts, practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is strenuous and risky. It is important for th... Read >
Author: Alena Smith

The History of Boxing

19th May 2010
Boxing is described as a combat sport or martial art where two people battle each other using their fists. A referee supervises a boxing match. One of the 2 opponents wins by knocking out the other. Fist fighting could be traced back to the ancient Egypti... Read >
Author: PipDawg

Street Judo - Does Judo Work In Street Fights?

04th March 2010
So, you may be asking yourself if judo is a worthwhile martial art to train for street fights. I can give you some examples on how street judo can save your butt in a fight in the dojo or in the bar or any other type of self defense situation. You must fo... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

Tacfit Commando - Bodyweight Workouts

01st March 2010
Tacfit Commando is the good another fitness system by world-renowned fitness expert Scott Sonnon. This is one of the most new bodyweight physical exertion system that I've ever saw. I've been following Tutor Scott Sonnon's work since I began doing Flow-Fi... Read >
Author: bestcbproducts

Review of New Tai Chi Documentary DVD - Chen Village

10th February 2010
Tai Chi is surrounded by mystery and mysticism, but it is a martial art that was created in the Chen Village in China. A new documentary by producer Jon Braeley takes us on a fascinating journey to meet the key members of the Chen family who keep the fami... Read >
Author: Ken Gullette

6 Killer Street Fighting Moves You Must Learn!

07th January 2010
I am going to share with you some of the best self defense tactics with you that are proven to work. I have been a fighter as well as a bouncer throughout my entire life and I have even fought in prisons which has taught me martial art tips that every str... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

Which Martial Art is the Best for Law Enforcement?

11th November 2008
Up until 30 years ago, JUDO was the martial art. Then with the introduction of the more mysterious martial arts with more of a "killing" edge to them this coupled with the focus of the USJF/USJI (the leading Judo organizations in the US and the world) foc... Read >
Author: Mosaic Interactive

Basic Muay Thai Techniques

21st June 2008
The Martial art of Muay Thai has its own unique techniques. It consists of the use of nine weapons. The head, fists, elbow, knee and feet are collectively known as Na-wa arwud. But today the use of head is no longer allowed in the Muay Thai fights. In Mua... Read >
Author: muaythai

Muay Thai

12th September 2006
Muay Thai or Thai Kickboxing is referred as "the science of eight limbs" from its strength in using two hands, two shins, two knees and two elbows. Some said "NawaArwut" or the Art of nine Limbs (include Head) Muay Thai are straightforward martial art,... Read >
Author: kazama amazak
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