Archive | May, 2010

4 Martial Arts Moves That Kill

Posted on 31 May 2010 by Tony Hackerott

** Warning: this article is for entertainment only and you should not try any of these moves at home or without a martial arts expert.  These moves should only be done in a self defense situation and NOT during martial arts training and/or sparring.

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Can I Carry My Martial Arts Weapons For Self-Defense?

Posted on 30 May 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Martial Art Weapons

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Jackie Chan Versus Jet Li Team In “Forbidden Kingdom”

Posted on 27 May 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Undoubtedly 2 of the best martial artists in the movies that are still alive today are Jackie Chan and Jet Li. However the skills of these two are often highly disputed amongst fans. Many would argue that Jackie Chan cannot be taken seriously after his many comedy type martial arts movies. Whereas Jet Li is considered more of a hardcore martial artist and often plays the villain. Most Jet Li fans would argue that there could never be a match between the 2 as Jackie Chan is too much of a joker.

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Sorry for the issues the past 3 days

Posted on 24 May 2010 by Tony Hackerott

As many of you have noticed and even pointed out we have been having technical issues the past 3 days.  We actually got booted from our hosting account because we had to much traffic and we were hogging all the resources.  Well it is a great problem to have but we wished it had been handled in a much more professional way.  Anyway, we believe all the issues have been resolved and we are back in operating mode.  Thanks again fro your patience and let us know if you find any issues!

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Should I Learn Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?

Posted on 13 May 2010 by Tony Hackerott

If you decide to get involved in Brazilian jiu jitsu training, you will not be alone. There are a large number of Brazilian jiu-jitsu academies that have opened across North America in order to supply the demand for training in this discipline. Mixed martial arts tournaments have been the perfect platform for showing how Brazilian jiu jitsu can often defeat fighters of different disciplines. Here is what you can expect in a basic class.

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Mixed Martial Arts: Mastering Elbow Strikes

Posted on 01 May 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Elbow strikes are one of the most effective types of strikes for use in close quarters unarmed combat. The point of the elbow makes for an incredibly hard impact delivering deadly blows and is especially useful at close range, often catching your opponent by surprise.

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