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It has been said that the emergence of the UFC and mixed martial arts changed the worlds view of the martial arts industry. Long hidden in community centres and high schools the martial arts can now exist in vast purpose built premises, we have athletes who are at the peak of physical conditioning and for the first time […]Continue reading
OK I will keep this short. Taken 2 is coming soon and the trailer is on this blog. It appears to look great however the fighting does seem to be slightly slower paced than the first. It still looks a very impressive and story driven film. Anyway, I think it looks brilliant and I will […]Continue reading
Martial Arts is a demanding business, there is no doubt about that. I constantly talk to students about focus and how demanding training should be, both physically and mentally. As a result you need to place as much effort into post training as you do into the actual training. I have previously discussed writing notes down however […]Continue reading
I personally never limit my self to just one martial art or self defence system. If I see something that I like, I study it and then add it to my own personal style. Although I do believe in studying systems in detail to gain an understanding of them you do not have to wait until you reach ‘black belt’ level to start […]Continue reading
This blog post is actually a response to a question I was messaged. The martial artist is a new martial artist and looking to get answers. Some one pointed him this way and as I try and answer everyone, here it is: The actual question was “is it better to learn a full martial art […]Continue reading
Would you like to take a person down with ease? Drop a much bigger person to the floor with a scientific method? Then Danny Da Costa may just have the method and techniques you need. Here we look at his G.A.P method from his Shinjido syllabus as Danny has very kindly written a guest blog […]Continue reading