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Karate Students Apply Martial Arts Skills To Each Area Of Life

There are a number of reasons to study martial arts. Fayetteville residents that understand the benefits of martial arts training know that in addition to self defense a person can gain focus and discipline that carries over into every aspect of their life. For children the study of karate allows youngsters to gain confidence and coordination as well as teaching self control and goal achievement skills to the kids that are enrolled in a martial arts program. Used as a defense never an offense, karate is a h...

 


The (MMA) Mixed Martial Arts

Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA, combines many different fighting techniques, including grappling and striking, and high performance standards, particularly in the often intense, and very popular MMA tournaments. The first tournaments came about as a result of the 1993 Ultimate Fighting Championship, which matched different fighting styles in a competition where the rules were minimal and the goal was to find the best fighters in the world. The success of this mixed martial arts combat style led to the developm...

 


Urijah Faber and His Role In Mixed Martial Arts

Urijah Faber was born in his parents home on May 14th, 1979, in the small college town of Isla Vista. His parents holistic practices would come to influence all aspects of his life, including his successful MMA career and UFC affiliation. Fabers healthy diet and exercise helped gain him early success as a star athlete in the small town where he grew up, excelling in football, wrestling, and other sports. During his college career, he was the starting 133lb wrestler for UC Davis, and became the all time Da...

 


Some Basics About Tai Chi

The centuries old practice of tai chi is an integral part of a holistic health lifestyle, along with yoga. Its roots come from China, and this martial art focuses on principles which will lead to better health and longevity. If you don't know a whole lot about tai chi, you may recognize it from its depictions in movies or on television: it is often shown as a group of people under the trees in a park, moving their limbs and bodies in ultra slow motion in unison. Of course, tai chi doesn't have to be practic...

 


Martial Arts Training Is Not Just About Being Practical

I find it slightly amusing that quite often when I talk to other martial artists, some of them get so worked up about what's practical and what isn't. In one discussion, we were talking about martial arts weaponry including bo staffs and swords. This one fellow was commenting that swords are not practical since we don't usually carry around swords anymore but sticks can be found anywhere, which can substitute for staffs.This is the same type of fellow who would discredit the fancy moves in many bo staff f...

 


Martial arts: keep your guard up

The martial arts are perhaps among the more dangerous sports one can get involved in but they are extremely rewarding and fun to do. They take many years to master but once you have become a master yourself you will never look back. There are many disciplines to choose from: Thai boxing, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Karate, Kendo to name but a few. No matter which one you choose you can be sure that you are going to be in for a few knocks and bruises. This should most certainly not be a deterrent, however, as you can...

 


Bruce Lee and His Martial Art, Jeet Kune Do

Bruce Lee, the great kung fu action movie star from the 1970s, was quite well known in the martial arts community before he became famous through his films. He had already been inducted into the prestigious Black Belt magazine's Hall of Fame before becoming a star.One of the reasons why Bruce Lee was an important figure in martial arts was that he developed his own style of fighting called Jeet Kune Do, which means 'way of the intercepting fist'. What he had done was put together some of the most effectiv...

 


UFC Fight Gear and the Octagon

UFC and MMA fights are held in a cage and eight sided chain linked reinforced, heavily padded structure called the Octagon. As the sport has grown in popularity over the years, rules and regulations, according strict regulations concerning the type of fight gear that a cage fighter can wear during a match. The Octagons unique shape and structure have become associated with the UFC brand name and the UFCs parent company, Zuffa. The Octagon is featured regularly on television and mentioned in the national med...

 




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