Thursday, April 24, 2014

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About Karate Styles

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Karate Styles When people hear the term “martial art” they generally think of Karate. One of the most popular martial arts, Karate had its roots in China, developed in Okinawa, and was later brought to Japan by Gichin Funakoshi. Karate originated in Okinawa in the 1600s. It was developed from imported Chinese martial arts skills […]

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Offbeat L.A.: Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting- The Martial Arts History Museum

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by Nikki Kreuzer – The Los Angeles Beat ~ Karate, Kung Fu, Judo, Taekwondo, Jujutsu, Muay Thai… Here in Los Angeles, and the United States as a whole, we are very familiar with the names of many of the more common Asian Martial Arts forms. We’ve watched Bruce Lee, Jet Li, Chuck Norris and Jackie […]

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CrossFit Training Abuse

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Any exercise program is open to abuse by trainers who are unaccredited, participants who do not follow good technique, or fanatics who deliberately push themselves to injury and beyond, where the goal seems to no longer be pushing themselves but competing with a gung-ho mentality. And CrossFit, a program where people squat, kettle-bell and high-intensity […]

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Bullying Begins at Home: How Siblings Can Hurt Each Other

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Laura Flynn McCarthy, KnowMore.tv ~ What does the face of a bully look like? Is it the angry kid in the school yard, or the mocking teen avatar on Facebook?Look closer: The face of a bully, it turns out, may be your own child—taunting your other child. Siblings can do real damage to each other, a […]

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4 Ways To Get Your Kids To Stop Fighting

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It’s probably safe to say that sibling rivalry harkens back to caveman times. But instead of fighting over the remote or who gets the last cookie, brothers and sisters were arguing for dibs on the last Buffalo bone or whose turn it was take out the cave trash. Fear not, says KnowMore’s Child Development Expert […]

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Ask Dr. Robyn Silverman – Teaching Anger Management to Kids

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Dr. Robyn Silverman, the founder and creator of the Powerful Words Character Development System provides some helpful parenting tips to parents on how to teach Anger Management to children in this video. For more information about one on one success coaching or one of Dr. Robyn’s World Renowned Parenting Groups, please visit http://www.DrRobynSilverman.com or call […]

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10 Things Kids Learn from Studying Martial Arts

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Martialinfo shared this great list of things kids learn from studying the martial arts! To parents that have little experience with the world of martial arts, the entire sport can seem violent and dangerous for kids. Upon closer inspection, however, many find that their kids will reap an innumerable amount of benefits from participation in […]

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Ask Dr. Robyn Silverman – Teaching Self Control to Kids

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Dr. Robyn Silverman, the founder and creator of the Powerful Words Character Development System provides some helpful parenting tips to parents on how to teach Self Control to children in this video. For more information about one on one success coaching or one of Dr. Robyn’s World Renowned Parenting Groups, please visit http://www.DrRobynSilverman.com or call her at […]

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The Elements of Effective Coaching with Bob White DVD and More

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This  instructional DVD was created by Master Bob White, a 9th Degree Black Belt who has been a full time instructor since 1968. The DVD was created for instructors, future instructors, and school owners. On the DVD, Master White shares with you the methods that have enabled him to work full time as a karate instructor and […]

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Master Barney Coleman at American Fundraiser

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AT THE invitation of Kenpo Master Bob White and his wife, Barbara, High Street Kenpo Karate Academy senior instructor Master Barney Coleman was in the USA recently as a special guest at the American couple’s Annual Royal Invitational Kids Championships in Orange County, California. “The fundraiser competition was like a ‘who’s who in Kenpo’,” Coleman […]

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