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  • The Martialarm Intro To Capoeira  By : Martial
    Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art, game, and culture created by enslaved Africans in Brazil during the 17th Century. Throughout the game, a player must avoid a sweep, trip, kick, or head butt that may knock him or her on the floor.
  • The Bliss of Martial Arts  By : Lliorlance
    Martial arts has the benefit of exercising both your mind and body and you get a complete workout that aerobics or weight lifting just can’t match. An individual's total well being, both psychological and physical, can be improved simultaneously through martial arts. Its psychological benefits include increased self-esteem and self-confidence as well as decreased tension, stress, anxiety and depression.
  • Martial Arts Philosophy and Proper Training  By :
    Martial arts training involves activities that can improve flexibility,
    Cardiovascular health, and hand-body coordination. Injuries in martial arts
    training are usual, but can be avoided by proper breathing, stretching, and
    wearing the proper equipments.
  • Martial Arts Definition  By : kung fu
    Martial Arts are the various forms of self-defense, usually weaponless, based on techniques developed in ancient China, India, and Tibet. In modern times they have come into wide use for self-protection, as competitive sports, and for exercise. Jujitsu teaches skills that enable one to overcome a bigger, stronger opponent. A popular style of jujitsu is aikido, which uses wrist, elbow, and shoulder twists and graceful falls; it is noncompetitive and incorporates various spiritual concepts.
  • Martial Arts Training and Nutrition  By :
    Bruce Lee is one of the most recognized names in the world, he accomplished so much despite living a very short life. He did not become a seasoned martial artist overnight, his accomplishments are products of intense and vigorous training coupled with proper nutrition.
  • Mixed Martial Arts Techniques  By : Matthew Bryers
    The Fight Authority will help you with all these things plus provide you with the means to meet other martial arts enthusiasts.
  • When the World Turns VIOLENT!  By : kung fu
    I can judge I am probably half the strength and endurance form 10 years ago, how about you? Can you throw a punch or even stand steady on one leg? can you do a round-house or even give a kick to the knee? Ever heard of a combination?
  • Spiritual and Mental Benefits of Martial Arts  By : Carina Coderis
    The article talks about the spiritual and mental benefits of martial arts. These have often been overlooked because of the combat and fighting skills it brings.Meditating done during training may bring relaxation and may help in the treatment of stress.
  • WudangQuan Kung Fu  By : Jonathan Bishop
    A brief introduction and history of martial arts from Wudang Mountain, In China, including Tai Chi, Baguazhang, hsing yi, LiuHeBaFa, Taoism, Chinese Medicine, etc.
  • Mixed Martial Arts and Over-Training  By : Carina Coderis
    The article is about the advent of the mixed martial arts—a combat sports which features fighters of different disciplines slug it out. With the advent of this sport many dream and train to be fighter and somehow land in this organization. With it people have been over-training, not minding the adverse effects that it may bring.
  • The History of Karate  By : martial artist
    The history of Karate is a long and meandering path of development, across seas from Japan and Okinawa, through the heart of long-ago China and over the mountains into ancient India.
  • Heavy Bag Training for Mixed Martial Arts, Self Defence and Fitness  By : Simon Ward
    The Heavy Bag is most often used suspended from a ceiling but should also be used on the ground to practice ground striking as well. It can be punched, kicked, kneed and elbowed. Used correctly it can improve the power of your striking and gives a great cardio workout as well, but if used improperly can cause injuries.
  • Why I Started Boxing.  By : Chris Herd
    An explanation of one mans introduction to boxing and martial arts and why he's never looked back.
  • History of Kung Fu  By : martial artist
    The term 'Kung Fu' does not relate to any specific form of martial art, but rather translates as 'skill' or 'capability'. Scholars believe that the use of Kung Fu to describe the Chinese martial form originated in Hong Kong and Kwangtung province.
  • Martial Arts Home Training Machine  By : martial artist
    The martialarm is a martial arts home training partner which allows repetitive practice of training techniques and attack methods because it simulates and reacts like a real opponent actually throwing a punch or an enemy in an aggressive guard. As you train on the martialarm it develops these attack techniques and it allows the use of full power in your strikes.
  • How Juijitsu Can Make Your Body Stronger, Even For Someone Who Is Over 60  By : Jimmy Cox
    It is but a few years ago that jiu jitsu was unknown to the Western world. Today the name is understood very generally, in English speaking countries, to refer to that mysterious art of self defense by which the Japanese prove antagonists whom it is impossible to defeat in physical encounter.
  • A Brief on Muay Thai  By : We Submit Pages
    Muay Thai began as a fighting discipline for Thai people well before the 1500s (the exact date is unknown). As a means of self defence, it was used by a Thai person to either defend their plot of land on which they lived, or to defend their country from foreign attack. Therefore, from layman to nobleman, Muay Thai was practiced by virtually everybody at every level of society.

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