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All about buying the right Gi

10th February 2012
The most famous art of Japan is 'Martial arts.' There is not much difference between Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and Japanese martial art. In spite of similarities between them, BJJ stands out as a seperate and unique form of self-defense. One can learn BJJ... Read >
Author: darellbelen

Are Y3 Trainers Value For Money Or Are Fakes Worth Considering?

24th November 2011
Whether you're deeply into sports and are looking for something to provide you with an edge, or you're into fashion and styling and are looking for something to provide you with an edge, Y3 trainers are often the answer. It's not often that the world of s... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

A Brief History Of Y3 Clothing

24th November 2011
What do you get when you combine one of Japan's leading fashion designers with one of the world's leading sportswear brands? The answer is Y3 clothing, or more accurately, Y-3 clothing. The 'Y' stands for Yohji Yamamoto, Japan's leading fashion clothing d... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

Achieve new levels of self confidence and life by joining any taekwondo school

11th November 2011
If we go according to Maslow's theory of human need then on the upper front we find the security and self satisfaction. What is most essential in human life can be a great topic for discussion but there is a need for security will be a point of sole conse... Read >
Author: gr8seojason

The Advantage Of Adidas Y3 Trainers For Sport

14th October 2011
Adidas Y3 trainers, or simply Y3 trainers as they're often called, is the sports fashion range of footwear established in the early 1990s through the collaboration between Adidas, the sporting wear giant, and Yohji Yamamoto, one of Japan's leading fashion... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

How to Become Unstoppable at Muay Thai

23rd June 2011
Muay Thai is considered to be 1 of essentially the most effective martial arts nowadays. It has distinctive approaches which are very effective in knocking down opponents which is also referred to as Thai boxing, Muay Thai. Muay Thai originated in Thailan... Read >
Author: fog ugeltristan

Exercising with Reactive Hypoglycemia: Diet is Key!

14th June 2011
If you have just recently been diagnosed with Reactive Hypoglycemia, or Idiopathic Postprandial Syndrome, I am sure your lifestyle has changed or is changing dramatically. For those of you that have always exercised, you may be frustrated with your workou... Read >
Author: Eclipse Marketing Systems

How to Tie a Taekwondo Belt

18th April 2011
Now, start off to wrap every side all-around your waist, making certain that you tuck a single facet below the other approximately your entire body. When that is performed, you really should have a person side that is on major, but tucked beneath two piec... Read >
Author: Arnulfo Williamson

Highly Effective Stretching for High Kicks - Things You Should Know

23rd March 2011
Athletes and performers know the importance of flexibility. With limber muscles and suppler joints, range of motion is improved, chances for injury are lessened and movements are done with ease and efficiency. One of the most commonly used move both in da... Read >
Author: Broderick Zeitlin

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

Endurance Training / Aerobic Endurance

09th September 2010
Every action we make has a certain endurance value. We all have a limit to whatever we do. That limit represents our endurance in that activity. Swimming, running, standing still, being without air, water, food, typing on the keyboard, jumping, standing o... Read >
Author: MASecrets

Brain Wave Entrainment for mma and trained martial arts

14th June 2010
SUMMARY: We all know that trained martial arts people look to gain a 'edge' or a way of feeling in the 'zone' as soon as they start their work out, did you know that using Brain Wave Entrainment before or after every workout will give you that 'upper han... Read >
Author: Alan M Bagley

A Successor to Bruce Lee's Martial Art Jeet Kune Do

25th May 2010
If you have the slightest interest in martial arts, which I assume you have since you are reading this, it means that the name Carter Hargrave is familiar to you. When saying Carter Hargrave one automatically thinks about Jeet Kune Do. This means the way... Read >
Author: Dusty Patton

63 Inch Modern Naginata Sword Review

27th April 2010
The role of history in today's world embraces many things from an aesthetic sense, to patriotism and down to understanding one's very own existence. What we are now is what was the utmost reflection of what was then battled for by people. A way of reliv... Read >
Author: briangarvin

The Best Self Defense Moves You Should Know!

03rd March 2010
If you have any formal practice or experience in the martial arts or if you have just started, I have some things you will want to know. I will also show you some information and training tactics that I think are the best self defense moves currently avai... Read >
Author: Steve Gib
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