Posts Tagged ‘United States’

Known in America for such movies as Iron Monkey and Hero, Donnie Yen is an underrated martial artist in American pop culture. (more…)

Born in 1977, Josh Koshcheck has been fighting locally out of San Jose, CA since 2006 at American Kick Boxing Academy(more…)

In order to be a good martial artist it takes a lifetime of commitment and a lot of practice. One thing I implore parents to understand is that martial arts is a year round commitment and putting children in too many extra curricular activities can set children up for failure and stress. (more…)

Below is a website that I created for this martial arts blog. This website has information regarding weapons and martial art studios that include maps.  If you have any favorite studios, please leave a comment with any information you should have.  Click HERE to see the website in full.

My favorite movie with Bruce Lee is, “The Game of Death.”  I watched that a million times over as a kid.  Bruce Lee was a huge influence on me as a toddler and probably one of my motivations to start martial art training. (more…)

When walking alone in any situation stand tall and walk with confidence.  Statics show that individuals who have a confident persona not only are successful in life, they are less likely to be attacked by a predator.   (more…)

When it comes to holding a key as a weapon as a form of self-defense some people have actually learned it in the  incorrect way, I would like to clarify this.. (more…)

As a martial art instructor I see women enroll in self-defense class because they have been assaulted or robbed.  They seek out to learn self-defense to gain some of the power that was lost. (more…)

Martial art is a way of life that I have been practicing for 27 years.  Martial art has instilled self-confidence, determination, an outgoing and positive way of thinking.   (more…)