31 August 2012
Every martial artist these days definitely knows about Bruce Lee. It would be impossible not to know Bruce Lee if one indulges in Martial Arts. Bruce Lee is not just a Martial Arts icon. His firm physique also symbolizes his advocacy for health and wellness. The extra ordinary strength he has can be attributed to his rigid physical training and nutritional diet. Well, thanks to his wife who does… Read More ›
02 September 2011
The sport of mixed martial arts appears to be taking North and South America, Europe and Japan by storm. It is not a new sport by any means; the modern bout of popularity for mixed martial arts goes back about 20 years.
So, it has been bubbling under for quite a while, but now every city and town appears to be offering training in MMA to one degree or another.
There are gyms… Read More ›
23 August 2011
Mixed martial arts is hugely well-liked now. It is as popular as wrestling was in the Seventies and Eighties. The difference is that everybody knew that wrestling was choreographed, whereas mixed martial arts (some fans call it cage fighting) is not. Mixed martial arts is for real and for very high stakes comparable to those of world championship weighty weight boxing championships.
Mixed martial arts or MMA used to be completely… Read More ›
26 July 2011
You may enhance your health & have a healthy body by getting into boxing training fitness programs. These are the ideal approach for you to develop a stronger body & boost your self esteem.
Most of us see positive results from boxing training. You could build up much more powerful and toned arms & legs. These programs & classes also enable you to acquire a sense of… Read More ›
18 July 2011
Boxing is an ancient sport, dating back to the 3rd century BC. During times of peace, soldiers would keep their bodies conditioned and their skills sharp by staging mock wrestling and boxing matches against each other. As the centuries rolled by and nations extended their boundaries throughout the globe, sport spread and evolved. When the British, Spanish and French colonized the Americas, they brought a multitude of traditions with them including boxing… Read More ›
10 July 2011
While the West has focused primarily on boxing and wrestling over the years, Thai boxing slowly developed over time in Thailand. Similar variations also came about in neighboring countries. Increasingly, however, fighters from around the world recognize the power and utility of some of the techniques in Muay Thai. Anyone familiar with modern MMA will have noticed the central role played by these fighting techniques in the sport.
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