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The Dos and Don'ts of Karate Etiquette

23rd November 2010
Here is your fast cheat sheet to "The Dos and Don'ts of Karate Etiquette."Based on your Arizona karate faculty and fashion, some or all of the following might apply: DO show respect to your teacher and fellow associates while you attempt to find your loca... Read >
Author: Miles Duncan

BOWING IN KARATE

13th September 2010
What I want to talk about right now is bowing. Why do we bow before everything we do? Well, you all know that bowing is traditional Japanese greeting gesture, but why do we do it, since we are not Japanese? We do it out of respect for the culture that gav... Read >
Author: MASecrets

Finding Bruce Lee's Martial Art Jeet Kune Do In India

15th June 2010
Jeet Kune Do is the famous art of Bruce Lee, and many think that he showcased the art in his films such as Enter The Dragon which he in fact did not. In his many films Lee used more of his Tae Kwon Do kicking that he found suited films as they were flashy... Read >
Author: Trey Morgan

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

Discover Seven Of The Best Street Self Defense Techniques Now!

17th May 2010
Here are some very important street fighting tips, which I am adamant about, that I wish to bring to your attention. Keep reading to learn some great new techniques to truly broaden your martial arts horizons. Best street self defense method number one... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

Complex Training, the Way to Achieve Maximum Strength

19th April 2010
The general rule when trying to gain strength is to lift heavy with more sets and less reps. It is considered that how much force one can apply against an object determines how strong that person is. There is an key element to building maximum strength t... Read >
Author: kocabshawn

Winning Street Fights Against Big People Completely Explained!

26th March 2010
What are the most effective methods of learning street martial arts training and applying them to street fighting? Real fighting is centered on street combat, although there are many different types of martial arts combat that encourage tournament formats... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

How to Reduce Belly Fat Like Bruce Lee

05th February 2010
When Roper (John Saxon) is next in line to fight Lee (Bruce Lee) and is asked by Han (Shih Kien) to get on with it, Roper looks at the superbly cut Lee's body and chuckles his now in the smash hit Enter the Dragon. That is the kind of awe that people arou... Read >
Author: Lynn S Manohara

List of Cute Nicknames

12th September 2009
Annie The very sound of the name will never fail to get someone singing "Tomorrow." Big Blue Inscribed in bold, deep blue letters, it is owned by the fourth most respected name in the business world today: IBM. Dixie This cute nickname ha... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

MMA Strength Training: Relative Strength

26th August 2009
One of the best examples of relative strength, absolute strength to body weight ratio, in mixed martial arts was the late Bruce Lee. It was said that he was pound for pound one of the strongest martial artists of his time, weighing between 130 - 140 pound... Read >
Author: Derek Manuel

Grip Strength Isometric Exercises

03rd August 2009
Most people can be found exercising their grip strength using grippers, pinch grips and other common exercises. Another option to try is isometric or static exercises for your forearm strength. Variety in your workouts is a good thing. For a bodyweight... Read >
Author: Tim Archbold

Was Bruce Lee Ahead of his Time?

01st August 2009
Some wonder if Bruce Lee might be called a prophet. It's true that Lee was a student of philosophy and studied it profusely as he did martial arts. He trained and studied how to improve himself physically so he could be in the best fighting condition he c... Read >
Author: Tim Archbold

How did Bruce Lee Train his Abs

30th July 2009
One of the big things Bruce Lee was known for was his spectacular abdominal muscle development. His body fat level was very low and he had a thin waist which helped accentuate the definition of the muscles. One of the things that was very important to Bru... Read >
Author: Tim Archbold

Knockouter: Increase striking and punching power and speed

03rd February 2009
How good is your punching power? Is it enough for knockout punches? Many athletes and martial artists ask these questions, but there was no way to measure it at home without expensive equipment (punching power meter). Now you can do it. This punching spee... Read >
Author: Knockouter
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