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One Of a Kind Thai Boxing

January 16, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

A person can take away many things from studying martial arts. Strength, agility, confidence, and self defense are just to name a few. While there are plenty of Karate, Taekwondo, and Jui-Jitsu dojo’s in the area, North Jersey Muay Thai (NJMT) located in Lodi, NJ is one of the only Muay Thai training centers in the area.

Learning About The Advantages Of Getting Keikogi On The Net

January 15, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

There is almost nothing you couldn’t acquire over the internet nowadays. This is something we all know about. Which is the reason people who need to acquire martial arts gear or uniforms like keikogi are choosing to make online purchases. There are many benefits behind doing so. To begin with, it is simple and convenient to acquire this equipment online.

Learning About The Things You Must Hunt For In Martial Arts Uniforms Right Now

January 13, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

Exactly what you put on during your martial arts training is really as essential as the training and the training you receive. This is precisely why it is important you keep a few things in mind when it comes to buying martial arts uniforms. One of the first things you need to look for in these uniforms is comfort. Check out the material the uniforms are made out of, it ought to be neither heavy nor constricting.

A Good Way To Protect Your Personal Space

January 10, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

When it comes to martial arts and self defence (between which there is a difference), it seems everyone is enthusiastic to learn some “cool moves” that they can utilise to galvanize their peers. Too often the meaning of the words “self defence” appears to escape them while they instead learn the way to go on the offensive. Here is one easy self defence tip that may be used when you end up being approached by unwanted aggression. It is known as “the fence”, a term coined by self defence author and ex-bouncer Geoff Thompson, and is one of the easiest yet most handy self defence tips available.

Kung Fu Practitioners

January 3, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

I have always been impressed with great Kung Fu artist like Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, as well as Jet Li, I was always fascinated bu kung fu as a kid growing up,because of artist like this I was inspired to learn more about the art form I would buy books to study and learn more but no one inspired me like Bruce Lee.

Your Martial Art Doesn’t Work The Hells Angel Said

January 3, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

Martial Arts, a combination of science and arts refers to a system of codified fighting practices used for self-defense or combat. Although its roots span to as early as the late 1st millennium BC, local traditions and beliefs across the world have also blended in through the course of history. Cultural traditions of the Indonesian, Native Americans, Hawaiians, Africans, Brazilians and Asians have left profound impacts on the current practices of fighting; these, in combination with the religious beliefs of Hinduism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Shinto and Taoism have diversified these fighting skills into various forms of what can be grouped as modern Martial Arts Mixed Martial Arts.

Basic Fist Formation For Kung Fu

December 31, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

Dedicated training can make the fore-fist, comprising the first two knuckles, a potent striking weapon. Ready-made weapons can be purchased from shops, but only disciplined and prolonged effort will convert the fore-fists into weapons with effective striking points. Although fists are frequently used in combat, many are unaware of safe methods of fist-formation, or of making a fore-fist safe for striking, fighting and training purposes.Making the Fist
Firstly, the fingers must be firmly compacted so that, when folded, they comprise a solid mass. Hold out your hand, fingers perfectly straight and i. fold your first set of knuckles tight, ii. do the same with your second set, and iii. lock these in place with your thumb (wrap this round your first two fingers tightly). Your clenched fist should now form a compact block.When punching or striking with the fore-fist do not bend the wrist, keep it rigid and straight otherwise it may suffer damage when you strike hard objects.

The Perfect Antidote Is Practical Self Protection

December 30, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

There is good reason to fear walking alone on some isolated street these days. And for this reason it is utterly possible that you may be thinking about getting some practical self defense lessons under your belt. Knowing a few of the basic moves can put you in a safe zone.

Self Defense – Justified Force To Shield Ones Life or Life of Someone Else

December 28, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Martial Arts

Most individuals these days think of self-defense as giving their assailant a swift karate kick to the groin. A person may even give a striking jab in the eyes. However, for those who have ever taken any martial arts classes, self-defense really means to do everything you can to avoid a fight. You should use your smarts and not your fists.