Archive | April, 2011

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Sword Techniques – From Romans to Ninja!

Posted on 22 April 2011 by Tony Hackerott

Ninja Swords Throughout the centuries, there are hundreds of sword fighting techniques and katas that have been practiced and established. Nowadays, there are variety of sword kata’s that are comprised of bladed weapons like katana – ninja swords, saber, knife and samurai swords. Training with swords can certainly help you improve your physical and emotional discipline. Besides, there are several sword training routines which can help you increase your concentration and mental abilities. Sword fighting methods are classified into two, the single handed and double handed.

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Couple of great posts updated

Posted on 14 April 2011 by Tony Hackerott

We just updated a couple of old but good posts and wanted to point these out to everyone here.  The first one is about an awesome self defense weapon the steel baton.  The second post is an answer to the question on whether or not you can carry those martial art weapons you train for.  Do you think you might get some attention from the police when you are carrying those kama’s down the street?  Furthermore would that be illegal?  Check out the post.

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4.11.10 MMA News Bites

Posted on 10 April 2011 by Raphael Garcia

The mixed martial arts community is a fast paced world that has a constant stream of breaking news stories. Here are some of the more important factors that have been released over the last week.

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MMA: The Black Hole

Posted on 08 April 2011 by Raphael Garcia

The allure of mixed martial arts is growing throughout the world. Former athletes from various spectrums of sports are considering taking up the four ounce gloves and try their hand at MMA. As with any sport that is played on the professional level, athletes must weigh the risks of taking up such a challenge. MMA is not without its own.

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Booing The Fans

Posted on 07 April 2011 by Raphael Garcia

It’s happening more and more often. Two fighters stand in front of each other and feel out their opponent, or they hit the mat and begin trading submission attempts. However, a slight rumbling begins across the crowd in attendance. Spectators begin booing or shouting for the referee to stand the fighters back up. It’s an interesting situation that can be having a greater impact on the sport than some people realize.

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Losing Part 2: The Foundation

Posted on 03 April 2011 by Raphael Garcia

Ok, so you have lost your competition. The embarrassment and disappointment have set in and you are having a hard time getting over the defeat. You must stop these emotions in their track before they begin to hamper your growth as a competitor. A lost on your record isn’t something that you should avoid when it happens. Go straight through it and use it as the foundation as you rebuild. That is the focus of today’s MMA training piece.

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Nutritional Guidelines For MMA Fighters

Posted on 03 April 2011 by Tony Hackerott

MMA Fighters have a lot to think about when it comes to being the best at what they do.  They must treat their bodies as machines, well taken care of and provided with the best of everything in order to get maximum performance out of it.  That is why nutrition, and proper eating play a large roll in their failures or successes.  This article will highlight some areas and ways that athletes can make sure to gain the advantage over the competition.

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Eating Right For MMA

Posted on 03 April 2011 by Tony Hackerott

Whether you are an athlete, or just live a very active lifestyle, you certainly have different nutritional needs than someone who is not very active. If you want to be as healthy as you can while being active you need to know what foods you should be eating. Continue reading this article to learn the basics about eating right for an active lifestyle.

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