Posted on 09 March 2012 by Tony Hackerott
There is no more controversial subject in Martial Arts than the two words Dim Mak, better known in the Western World as pressure points. Practitioners of this controversial Martial Art attest the capabilities of their methods, which concentrate on attacking chi (life force energy) meridians which make the human body vulnerable to knockout, death, or even (controversially) delayed death.
Posted on 06 March 2012 by Tony Hackerott
Guest Post by: Tom Demers
Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA, has become a popular way to develop a variety of skills necessary to overcome an opponent. At the same time, MMA can be a good source of regular exercise that works the core muscle groups. Strength and agility are required to stay at the top of your game while practicing mixed martial arts moves. While some consider MMA a sport for the young, many older people are finding the moves to be a good way to stay in shape. Some older participants may reap additional rewards from practicing mixed martial arts exercises. Movements related to the sport may even combat some common symptoms of aging.
Posted on 01 March 2012 by Tony Hackerott
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Posted on 01 March 2012 by James Lowery
As a martial artist or fighter there are really only 2 ways your MMA training can go; either up so you are facing tougher, more well rounded competition or down meaning you are getting worked over by the lower ranks and newbies.