By: Jetty Kun | May 16, 2012 Techniques in jeet kune do (JKD) surpasses common battling ways since techniques are equipment and JKD teaches the efficient utilization of those equipment. The strategy presents the concept of how to end hits and kicks from an attacker by intercepting an attack along with your strike rather than a ordinary protective block. Bruce Lee developed his approach according to his principle which he refe
By: Dustin Ingram | May 10, 2012 Karate is mainly considered as one of the striking or stand up martial arts emerging on the islands of Okinawa. This can be considered as blend of native fighting styles of Okinawa and that of China.
By: N K Singh | May 9, 2012 Mixed martial arts is an extremely competitive and exciting sport that involves full contact and allows grappling and striking techniques that are performed while standing or while on the ground.
By: Jetty Kun | May 9, 2012 Many people are experiencing bullying everywhere. Showing no mercy, these seem to be a habit by some to their horrified victims. Escalating the reported cases of juvenile delinquency, this cruel deed is mostly committed by young people. Some adults, who must be the role models, worsen the situation by teaching the young citizens to act like mischievous members of the society. To avoid fatal crimes
By: kravmaga | May 8, 2012 Opting for a gym to attain the perfect physique is the best sought after solution and more and more people are resorting to this option which can be seen from the increase in the number of gyms.
By: Ranil Jaramillo | May 6, 2012 Kyokushin karate is really a tricky and solid kind of karate. It is characterised by its sensible, full-contact and stand-up variety of fighting. It also places emphasis on fluid and elegant but powerful ways. In our day, the usage of tameshiwari, the skill of breaking wood, tile, bricks or stone can be applied with this style to assist the development of spirit and character.
By: Alyssa Amato | Apr 30, 2012 The Meetyourmartialartsinstructors.com.au Association believes that a true internationalization means that other foreign countries accept our traditional things, and try to understand them, and vice versa.