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Only For Advanced Muay Thai Students

Posted on 13 September 2011 by Tony Hackerott

The big martial art (non-traditional martial arts) about 5 years ago was Kickboxing, but now that excitement has move to the style of Muay Thai. In fact, many people are now trying out Muay Thai as part of their fitness training routine. It’s probably the most physically demanding type of workout and you will ever have and you will definitely get into shape and stay in shape as long as you continue with Muay Thai.

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Taekwondo & Self Defense

Posted on 09 August 2011 by Tony Hackerott

I am a full-fledged lover of the martial arts. To be specific I practice the Tae Kwon Do Forms, Tae Kwon Do Sparring and Poomse also.

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PowerLifting For MMA

Posted on 31 July 2011 by Tony Hackerott

A fantastic way to gain strength for MMA is through the use of power lifting.    Now, what exactly are some general recommendations to follow along with when considering how strong you ought to be for your MMA career?

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Most Dangerous Taekwondo Kicks

Posted on 22 July 2011 by Tony Hackerott

One thing that the martial arts of Tae kwon do is known for is their Ariel and powerful kicks!  From the low sweeps to the aerial flying side kick they are all enjoyable to watch and even better when you can see them in a match, fight, or while sparring.  We realize that other martial art disciplines have similar style kicks with various names but Taekwondo and is known for it’s powerful kicks.

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How To Perform The Bicep Slicer

Posted on 08 September 2010 by Tony Hackerott

A lot of MMA fighters don’t quite understand the true power behind the bicep slicer. This submission type move is also known in MMA circles as the bicep crusher or the bicep lock. This is one of the most under-utilized submission moves in MMA and submission fighting.

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Heavy Bag Great For Circuit Training!

Posted on 08 June 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Setting up different circuits is a great way to mix up your training, and the Heavy Bag family can help!

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What does it really cost to open your own MMA training center?

Posted on 12 March 2010 by Tony Hackerott

The world of Mixed Martial Arts and more specifically the UFC absolutely dominates the world of fastest growing sports in the world. The last couple fo years has seen a decrease in the rate of growth but it is still growing at an exponential rate. It’s continued rise in popularity certainly means bright opportunities for those investing in the MMA business in one form or another. The business that incorporate the MMA market are comprised of business like supplements, apparel (like MMA Shorts), training gear, venues, and one of the most popular workout and training MMA gyms. Even the business mogul Donald Trump has dipped his toes into the MMA business through Affliction Banned. But perhaps the most popular dream for most martial arts practitioners has always been to open their own school, training facility, or MMA gym.

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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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New Items: Focus Mitts and Hand Wraps

Posted on 24 July 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Extended Focus Mitt by Tiger Claw

This is the new Extended Focus Mitt by Tiger Claw which will provide you with extra wrist support and protection!
Double Extra-wide Velcro wrist closures give you a secure grip. 9 inches x16 inches x2 inches Extended Focus Mitt is sold individually

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The Marine LINE Close Combat System

Posted on 13 July 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Different Types of Martial Arts Series

The LINE system is a collection of close-combat skills and techniques developed by Ron Donvito before he joined the US Marine Corps in 1978. The standardized system contains grappling and striking techniques that resemble many other martial arts and are nearly all designed to kill an enemy. Donvito has summed up its ethos as: “Get them on the ground, stamp on their head.”

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