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Learn Krav Maga

Krav Maga mainly focuses on self-defence. It was designed in such a way so that the teaching part can be done quickly, and both trainers and trainees do not have to invest a lot amount of time. This is still used by Israeli forces.

MMA Training: Strength and Conditioning Circuit for Teens

MMA Training – Here’s a muscle toning MMA Training Strength and Conditioning Circuit for teens that will help you prepare for MMA or self defense. Teens now days are as much into MMA training as adults are and they always ask me, what kind of strength and conditioning workouts they can do since they can’t really do all the workouts we do, so here we go. Enjoy and Train hard.

Martial Arts Forms

This article defines martial arts forms. It also discusses the benefits of practicing forms as part of your martial arts training.

Krav Maga – Frequently Asked Questions

If you are interested in Krav Maga but not sure whether to get a professional training in it, these answers to Frequently Asked Questions about this self defense system would help you make up your mind. Read on.

Keeping Children Safe From Attackers

Attacks on children by strangers are, fortunately, rare. However, we should still be vigilant when it comes to teaching them about personal safety. Making sure children are aware of the dangers that strangers can present without scaring them is a tough balancing act.

A Tip To Acquire Self Control

Anytime a person chooses to learn how to protect themselves, acquire self defense, or convert to being a better individual, one of the first things that comes to mind is the martial arts. Martial arts are very common these days, they’re being taught and practiced worldwide now.

Easy Way to Fail at BJJ – EGO

EGO – perhaps man’s greatest gift and his greatest curse. It drives men to unbelievable heights and at the same time has the power to blind us to the obvious. The art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is especially challenging to the ego.

MMA Training – The 3 Levels of a Mixed Martial Arts Training Regimen

There are three levels to a complete MMA training program and they must be followed in the correct order to get the most out of your training before you fight. Building the right kind of MMA training program is a lot like building a house. Here are the three levels that will make your MMA training complete and make your opponent gain another loss on his record.

GKR Karate – The Mid Level Punch

The Chudan Tsuki, or the middle level punch, as it is roughly translated, is a standard punch and the first strike that everyone learns in GKR Karate. This is no surprise; the punch is the first strike taught in all martial arts because it is the most simple. It is also easy to perform and can be very powerful in terms of the power behind it and the accuracy of the technique.

When Your Enemy Jams Your Jab

Let’s say that you have a fast jab. Really fast. Your fist shoots out and back without your body exposing any intent. Your fast movement gives nothing away. There is no telegraphing whatsoever. So, your enemy decides to jam your punch. He or she throws a wedge right into the path…

Karate Gi and Tying Your Karate Belt

Karate gi, or uniform is worn by all students during their training and consists of a jacket, pants and belt. Someone wearing a karate gi is immediately recognized as a student of karate, and most if not all dojos require use during training. Its sense of lightness and comfort allow for greater mobility when running different techniques which makes it perfect for sparring.