by Shawn Cooper - mixedmartialarts.com
The Ip Man film franchise debuted in 2008 and has had two successful follow-up installments. The trilogy has quickly become among the most celebrated in martial arts film history and gives us a fascinating semi-autobiographical look at the life and times of Ip Man (otherwise known as Yip Man and played by Donnie Yen), a real-life master of the martial art Wing Chun and trainer of the legendary Bruce Lee.
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By Brad Borland - BreakingMuscle.com
Dieting doesn’t have to be hard. So many of us look at constructing a sensible and effective eating plan much like we view going to the dentist; we dread it and don’t want to go through with it. Do you count calories, eat only for half the day, or haphazardly eyeball your portions? . . . Read this Article . . .
Out of all the muay Thai camps I’ve trained at in Thailand, I’ve noticed that all of the top Thai fighters share the same habits.
I believe that these are the things they do throughout their training week that make them the fighters they are, and have propelled them to huge success in Thailand and around the world.
Although Thais live a very different life to most of us (especially in terms of muay Thai training and fighting), we can learn from these habits, adapt them, and apply them to our own routine to fit around our own lifestyle. . . . Read Article. . .
We all know how important it is as a Muay Thai fighter to have a strong outside game with long range kicks, teeps and knees…
…but what about fighting, or more specifically, boxing on the inside? Read Article. . .
By Black Belt Wiki
This section provides details about major and minor American martial arts styles. It covers martial arts such as American Kenpo, Chun Kuk Do, Jeet Kune Do, Marine Corps Martial Arts Program and many more. While there are many martial arts practiced in the United States (i.e. Taekwondo, Karate, Kung Fu, Krav Maga and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu), this section focuses on styles created in America. Click to check out the Articles. . .
FIGHTLAND BLOG - By Jack Slack
If fighting is to be seen as an art form, you might look at a fighter’s jab in the same way you would look at how a painter holds and moves his brush. . . Read this Article
Bruce Lee trained in grappling with famous stuntman and Judo legend Gene LeBell. He also grappled in many movies. . . Read this Article
By Fightland Blog
If you have ever been forced to sit through a martial arts demonstration you have been fed that same line. It is the buzz phrase of the fighting arts: using the opponent's energy against him . . . Read the Article
By Fightland Blog
When Fedor Emelianenko returned from a three-year retirement on New Year's Eve of 2015 he bested the hopeless Jaideep Singh at Rizin's first event in Japan. That match up was so woefully uninteresting that after word got out . . . Read the Article
6 Things That Happen When You Do Martial Arts Everyday. . . Read this Article
Martial Arts has always been my passion. . . The Advisor is a great resource tool with a digest of blog posts from various health, martial arts, and self defense sources. The articles, pictures, and videos will help feed your passion!
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