Archive | February, 2010

Who Else Wants to Learn How Clothes Can Make Life Easier!

Posted on 24 February 2010 by Tony Hackerott

How MMA Shirts Can Make Life Easier This might seem like a joke at first, but this is

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How to Use Shuriken

Posted on 21 February 2010 by Tony Hackerott

How To Throw Shuriken

How To Throw Shuriken

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How to Increase Vertical Jump

Posted on 18 February 2010 by Tony Hackerott

We all know that power leads to explosiveness and explosiveness leads to quickness.  So, the quicker we are the better martial artists we can be especially when it comes to sparring.  Many of the best sparring athletes are also very good athletes in other sports as well and furthermore a large percentage of them are good at basketball. So, we wanted to take a look how to increase this quickness, power, and explosiveness and thus our sparring through increasing our vertical jump.

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What is the best type of sword?

Posted on 18 February 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Martial artists and warriors have argued this debate for decades – ‘what is the best type of sword?

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The Evolution of Ninjas in Hollywood

Posted on 12 February 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Hollywood is largely responsible for the popularity of ninjas in the west. While there were always stories and legends about these

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Semper Fu! The Marines Martial Arts

Posted on 08 February 2010 by Tony Hackerott

‘Semper Fu’, ‘McSlap’ and ‘McNinja’ are all nicknames for MCMAP the US Marine Corp Martial Arts Program. Started in 2001 this program teaches unarmed hand-to-hand and close quarters combat combined with rifle and bayonet techniques. According to the Marine Corps Times as of a year ago 98% of US Marines were trained in the MCMAP program totaling approximately 196,000 active duty troops and 96,000 reservists.

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Weapons of opportunity

Posted on 04 February 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Unlike martial arts weapons like the bo staff, sword, or nunchaku weapons of opportunity are everyday objects that we take for granted which can be used as weapons. You need to be aware of what can be used as a ‘weapon of opportunity’ both to defend yourself against an attack, if you are attacked as well as being able to foresee and prevent situations that may turn into an armed attack against you. If you are traveling or in a potentially dangerous place you may want to make sure some of these potential weapons are out of an aggressors reach and perhaps within yours.

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