Archive | January, 2009

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Is college wrestling a pre-requisite to be an MMA Fighter now?

Posted on 30 January 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Today on another forum (www.judoforum.com) we were discussing what style is responsible for a majority of the current successful MMA fighters.  Although it is getting much more likely to see a MMA fighter come in with just a MMA skill background we haven’t yet gotten to that point.

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UFC 94, It’s gonna be a good one!

Posted on 29 January 2009 by Tony Hackerott

This Saturday 1/31/09 is UFC 94.

As someone who has an interest in karate, I’m sure this UFC should be appealing to you, because the fight card has 2 great fighters with strong karate backgrounds worth watching.

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Korean Martial Arts

Posted on 19 January 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Korea has given us tae kwon do, an Olympic sport since the 2000 Games, and the world’s most popular martial art—one that is officially practiced by approximately 50 million people in 120 countries worldwide.

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Judo Training Methods

Posted on 16 January 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Hands down there is an endless number of way to practice and train for Judo.  However, there are very few ways to do it correctly and most effectively.  If you are an a Judo instructor then you know the dilemma between the amount of time you have to teach and the skills the student must learn.

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Human Physiology in Mixed Martial Arts (Part 1 of 3)

Posted on 06 January 2009 by Tony Hackerott

The MMA Zone has put together a series focusing on science of physiology in mixed martial arts.  We start here with the building blocks of mma physiology that you can use in your MMA training.

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