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Articles on USAddojo.com about why you should study martial arts, about what art is right for you, about who is the best instructor for you and about where to study martial arts.

How to Choose the Right Martial Arts School

Looking for martial arts schools in your area. Visit the Martial Arts Schools Directory Joining a martial arts school is a lot like purchasing a...

How to Choose the Right Martial Art Style

Many people end up studying a martial art style that is not particularly well-suited to their body type and personal goals. I don't know...

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...

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...

Why Study Tai Chi or Muay Thai

Two martial arts that are gaining popularity are Tai Chi Chuan, "Grand Ultimate Fist" and Muay Thai, "The science of the eight limbs". Why Study...

Power vs. Technique

A common refrain heard at many McDojo’s is the hyperbolic truism that “Size/Strength doesn't matter.” Do me a favor. If you ever hear a sensei...

How to Determine A Fraudulent Martial Arts Instructor

by Christian Whitney ~ This is a controversial issue. Many websites on the Internet have articles regarding how best to spot a fraudulent instructor. A...

Mixed Martial Arts Versus Traditional Martial Arts

Who will win the battle between traditional martial arts and mixed martial arts schools? The traditional martial arts have been around for ages and...

Choosing the Best Martial Arts School for Your Children and You

This is a very in depth look at choosing the best martial arts school for your children and for you. Linda Davis-Kyle has done...

Humiliation: It Does the Fighter Good

Humiliation is good for you - martial artist or not - even if it stings the ego a little if it gives you the...

More Questions To Ask When Choosing a Martial Arts School

Looking for martial arts schools in your area. Visit the Martial Arts Schools Directory There are many questions to be asked when you are choosing...

Dangers of Watered Down Martial Arts

It was a hot summer in 1995, when I had my very first experience with martial arts. My instructor turned my whole perception of...

Young Bo Kong: Board Breaking Builds Confidence

The ability to smash stacks of wood, piles of bricks and giant slabs of ice with a single appendage demonstrates the power that can...

Martial Arts and the Knowledge of Self-Defense

The origins of self-defense have their roots in the most basic forms of fighting which have developed throughout the world, independently from one another....

My Martial Arts Training Journey

By Vickie Simos ~ I was in need of some perspective after a somewhat mundane and routine existence, so I decided to give up...

Stand and Hit or Ground and Submit?

Are you a good "ground fighter"? Maybe you prefer a stand-up style of self-defense or martial arts? In a self-defense situation (not a competition),...

How To Use Martial Arts To Overcome Depression

Depression is as old as humankind, and is one of the oldest described diseases in the history of medicine. World Health Organization predictions suggest...

Real World Self Defense: Are Traditional Martial Arts Outdated?

If you really want to get involved with a martial art for self defense and want to find verity ... Take an honest look...

Martial Arts Tough Guy

I’m not generally a big fan of this whole blogging phenomenon, but I recently discovered this blog written by a bouncer at two New...