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Aikido Martial Arts

Posted on 07 November 2012 by Tony Hackerott

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Jiu Jitsu Gi – Bad Boy MMA Shorts – Hayabusa Fight Shorts

Posted on 29 May 2011 by Tony Hackerott

We have added some items to The MMA Zone store we would like to share with you. They include a few pair of MMA shorts and also an awesome looking Camo Jiujitsu Gi.

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Training for a Higher Side Kick Training

Posted on 09 January 2010 by Tony Hackerott

The following post was given to us by our friends at MarksTraining.com which is a great site to learn how to defend yourself when you are unarmed.

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MMA Schools and Training Centers

Posted on 03 December 2009 by Tony Hackerott

NYT2008101710590307CThe 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.

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British Martial Arts – Lancashire Wrestling, Cornish Wrestling, Catch Wrestling

Posted on 26 April 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Mixed Martial Arts and the Ground Game History

Lancashire Wrestling

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MMA and Human Physiology, Part 1

Posted on 15 April 2009 by Tony Hackerott

I feel that physiology is the most important “ology” an athlete in mixed martial arts can know. I am talking about human physiology, which can be defined as the science of the functions of the human body and the chemical and physical processes involved. The better you understand how the body works, the better able you are going to be to train and feed it.

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Judo: Combination Techniques in Judo

Posted on 24 December 2008 by Tony Hackerott

Learning all the Judo individual throws one at a time is similar to learning the vocabulary of a foreign language, the difficult part is to put the words together in the correct order to make fluent sentences. Sooner or later the judo player has to learn to combine techniques in order to be effective in contest. There is an old saying in judo that one technique mastered is worth a thousand sampled, which remains as true today as it ever was, but five or six techniques mastered is even better.

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