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So, Your A Black Belt, Big Deal…

Posted on 14 February 2013 by Tony Hackerott

What happened to the good old days when someone was a black belt they were respected and/or feared.  It didn’t matter if they were a black belt in Kung Fu, Karate, Taekwondo, or any-other-fu style.  Now with the explosion of MMA the only 3 or 4 that seem to matter are JiuJitsu, Kickboxing, Muay Thai, and Wrestling since that is typically the skills of most top mixed martial arts fighters.  However, other styles still have their reason for existing.  Other styles like Taekwondo, Karate, or Judo are still very important and effective as a self-defense even though they are not in the MMA mix.

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Should Martial Arts Be Against The Law?

Posted on 29 July 2012 by Tony Hackerott

I have been putting off writing this post for a few days now because I am back and forth on this issue.  I will go ahead and throw it out there and you guys let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Master Ninja Weapons That You Can Use

Posted on 06 June 2011 by Tony Hackerott

It is truly unfortunate that we live in a world where criminals seem to have the upper hand inside our legal system. It’s also unfortunate that we live in a world where ordinary citizens like you and I have been sued for simply protecting our own homes! In situations like these, a lot of people would say that the time for some creative thinking is at hand. Practitioners of the art of secret style of ninjutsu are taught to defend themselves against anything that would do them harm. This includes, but is certainly not limited to, a few of the un-logical laws of our penal code.

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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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Should Your Child Learn Ninjitsu?

Posted on 06 March 2010 by Tony Hackerott

Being a parent isn’t a walk in the park. This becomes more of a problem when they don’t pay

attention in school and won’t even do homework. Of course, this may appear harmless during the first few school years, but if this attitude is not corrected, it can be a cause for them to completely lose interest in school.

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Styles: Cuong Nhu and Vovinam: “vovinam viet vo dao”

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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Kenjutsu: “The god of the sword”

Posted on 30 July 2009 by Tony Hackerott


Unlike iaido, kenjutsu utilizes the “katana” (long sword), with a “bokken,” a wooden sword of similar size and weight, used in training.  Kenjutsu is a general name for a variety of the traditional school of lethal Japanese swordsmanship.  It’s beginning came from Japan’s feudal class known as the Samurai.  It is essentially a noncompetitive, demonstrative, performance art, which takes on the form of prearranged set movements between dueling opponents.  Over time, Kenjutsu developed into the art of Kendo.

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