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Martial Arts Exercises Good for Asthma Patients

Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases of the airways of the lungs. In developed countries it affects 7- 10 % of population, and it has got...

The Victor Marx Story

The Victor Marx Story is the true-life story of Victor Marx and it will show how a person can get true freedom from negative...

Keichu-Do

Keichu-Do is a unique, multifaceted, diverse, and effective martial art system. Cajun born, the original "Soke" (or founder) Karl W. Marx based the martial...

Israeli Haganah Combat System

The core self-defense fighting system is called "Haganah" a Hebrew term meaning "defense." Israel, a country that has had to deal with urban warfare and...

Wing Chun Taoism: Effortless Fighting

"To return to source is true knowing. To be simple is to be truly complex. To let go is to truly grasp." Wing Chun Taoism...

How Martial Arts Helps Flat Feet

Flat Feet – Pes Planus A Flat or lowered foot is commonly seen in small children. According to the research, 55% of children from the...

Which Tai Chi Style Is Right For You?

The Chinese martial arts talk a lot about internal power and the use of chi (or qi) energy. In any discussion of internal martial...

Protecting Your Child Against Sexual Abuse in a Martial Arts Environment

Today, more than ever before, we are hearing about cases of sexual harassment and sexual abuse committed in just about every profession, by notable...

Krav Maga Not Alone Anymore

Many of you who visit USAdojo.com are Krav Maga practitioners. Lately some of you may have been hearing about other Israeli martial arts systems...

52 Blocks or Jailhouse Rock

By Phil Elmore ~ Jailhouse Rock, Comstock, Closing Gates, or 52 Blocks is alleged to be a prison fighting system — a martial art...

Counting in Japanese

If you study Japanese Martial Arts then it is highly likely that your instructor does some counting in Japanese. Here are the numbers, their...

Brian Dossett’s Spirit Combat Jujitsu and Self Defense

Fifteen years ago, at the tender age of 27, I met a very incredible Jujitsu Master by the name of Brian Dossett, and I...

San Kim Sean Shares Khmer Bokator

Grand Master San Kim Sean shares about Khmer Bokator, The Ancient Form of Cambodian Martial Arts. “We can fight standing up.” Explained San Kim Sean,...

It’s Courage That Counts

The late John Wooden said, "Success is never final, failure is never fatal. It's courage that counts." Today I saw courage in a way that...

LimaLama The Hand of Wisdom

Limalama is an American Polynesian art of self-defense, created and founded by Tu’umamao “Tino” Tuiolosega. The word LIMALAMA means “The Hand of Wisdom”. It is...

Ernie Cates Neko Ryu Jujitsu

Professor Ernie Cates has been tossing other people’s weight around for more than five decades.  At age 14 he began jujitsu training then in 1954...

History of Judo in America

The first known meeting of Kodokan judo and any American occurred in 1879, when President U.S. Grant was in Japan on a state visit...

Sensei – The Origin and Meaning Word

In various martial arts there are different names for the titles of some master ranks In the following text I am going to mention...

Budo International Magazine Issues

Read issues of Budo InternationalMagazine on USAdojo.com. Budo International Magazine is the only martial arts magazine published in seven different languages (English, Spanish, French,...

Chuck Norris’ Martial Arts Style Chun Kuk Do

Chun Kuk Do (pronounced chun gook do) means The Universal Way. It was originally developed by Chuck Norris during his unprecedented fighting career as...