Posted on 01 February 2012 by Tony Hackerott
Back in the 1990’s, Mark Coleman took on the moniker of “The Godfather of Ground and Pound”. His relentless assault on his fallen foes often resulted in bloody bodies and quick stoppages. Since Coleman laid that blueprint, many a man have followed suit, adopting similar aggressive top position attacks. Fedor Emelianenko used it quite efficiently during his run in pride; Tito Ortiz carved up too many men to count; Robbie Lawler has a serious knack for smelling blood and punctuating his instincts with a violent top based barrage and recently, guys like Jon Jones and Mark Munoz have taken the tactic to new heights.
Posted on 26 January 2012 by Tony Hackerott
Posted on 20 May 2011 by Tony Hackerott
Intermediate ground and pound workout Integrate this workout into your training program to improve technique and increase your cardio.
Posted on 03 December 2009 by Tony Hackerott
The huge increase in popularity of the UFC and mixed martial arts events has brought life back the the martial arts industry and a surge in new schools. Martial arts have always had a serious following and still held many tournaments and Olympic events for individual arts like TaeKwonDo, Judo, and Karate. But the glorious days of Bruce Lee and Hollywood ninja movies where certainly starting to begin to fade until the recent media blitz for MMA.
Posted on 10 August 2009 by Tony Hackerott
Different Styles of Martial Arts
Cuong Nhu and Vovinam: “vovinam viet vo dao”
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