Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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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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Technology and Transparency in the Martial Arts

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Recently I was asked to speak at the World Moo Duk Kwan General Federation’s 1st Tang Soo Do Seoul Forum in Korea. I was invited to attend the event as a journalist, thanks to my good friends Grandmaster Robert Kovaleski and Master Eric Kovaleski who are very supportive of my martial endeavors. Tang Soo Do […]

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Thoughts on the Martial Arts and Journalism

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I consider myself a martial arts journalist and I take my job very seriously. For me, the job of a journalist in the martial arts is a very difficult one. I am not an expert in anything, but a student of everything. I am attempting to provide the most accurate information for my readers, but […]

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Wounded Warrior Expo 2012 – The Broken Sword

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The old bokken had many battle scars and was darkened from heavy use and sweat. The student who owned the sword looked down at the floor; the other half of his old sword just lay there. His face was both sad and surprised. The old sword that lay in front of him was broken and […]

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Gholam Reza Takhti

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Gholam Reza Takhti, nicked name Jahan Pahlevan, was born in August 27, 1930, in Tehran. He was raised in poor circumstances. He trained in a makeshift sports hall until he left Tehran to work as an oil worker. After being drafted into the army he was introduced to freestyle wrestling, He won his first Iranian […]

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An Interview With Ashida Kim

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Dux: Some critics say that “Ashida Kim is the worst martial artist we’ve ever heard of”! Kim: Ah! But you have heard of me . . . and do you know WHY? Because my Ninjitsu is so good the publishers stole it and sold it all over the globe. Secrets of the Ninja and Ninja […]

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Hanshi Frank Dux

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Hanshi Frank Dux, raised a bar that others still try to reach. His teachings transcends martial arts, they are more about how to live a harmonious life in the face of great adversity. He can be called the Jewish Bruce Lee, having transformed from a poor immigrant into an inspirational martial arts icon and filmmaker, […]

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“You’ve Been Lied To . . . The Untold Story About Addiction Treatments

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Hank Hayes here from No Lie Blades and NLB Defensive Measures tactical fighting system, and I want to share with you about my new book. My book however is not on a topic subject that you might think. It’s about an issue that Officers deal with everyday – alcoholism and addiction abuse. As a law […]

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Keehan, John

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Inspired by the fact that Samurai warriors, in order to attain a sense of balance between hard and soft lifestyles, often practiced flower arranging or calligraphy, John Keehan did likewise. He artistically expressed himself as a hair stylist. He worked on some of the hair designs for Playboy models of the time and this gave […]

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Martial Arts Coming Out of the Broom Closet

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The martial arts are often misunderstood by John Q. Public. Terms like karate, jujutsu, tae kwon do, ninja, and kung fu are used, but seldom understood to their fullest. Often seen as a sport or an evening fitness class, like aerobics or spinning, the rich history and deep philosophy of martial arts have been lost […]

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