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The Champion Mind

Several years ago I was discussing the sports psychology and Jiu-jitsu with a friend. We were debating what makes grapplers like Rickson Gracie truly...

Practicing Martial Arts In Your Head

This article is about practicing martial arts in your head by building scenarios and working your techniques with abbreviated motion, helping to reinforce what...

What Martial Arts Training Does For People

I am currently on my way home from a four day, back-to-back seminar tour. On Thursday, I did a Business Boot Camp in Denver....

Can Training DVDs Teach Techniques as Well as Humans?

In recent years there's been a boom in the sales of martial arts training DVDs designed to teach certain skill sets to viewers. As...

Warrior Training with Traditional Martial Arts Part 2

Physical Development and Training I like to approach training as a concept with stages which I think in a detailed and outlined fashion, can be...

Warrior Training with Traditional Martial Arts Part 1

Part One: Traditions – Introduction “The way you train is the way you fight and the way you fight is because of the way you...

The Evolution of Martial Arts – Martial Arts Training Online

There was a quiet but significant evolution taking place in the world of martial arts and that was online martial arts training. Fueled by...

Traditional Martial Arts Training VS. Commercialism

A plethora of articles have been written on the subject of traditional martial arts training versus commercialism over the past several decades; yet the...

Martial Arts Training for Children

Ads extolling the benefits of martial arts training for children seem to be ubiquitous. Drive down the street on a lazy weekend afternoon and...

The Truth About Martial Arts Training in Japan

The following observations are from the late Arthur Tansley, the noted martial arts photographer who lived in Tokyo for many years. Note: Words like sensei...

Regular Training Routine

I thought I would give you a heads up as to what we are currently doing in our "Regular Training Routine" in our "normal"...

Mental Kung Fu: Use Your Mind

Use your mind as your first resource. Your first line of defense. Observe and always be aware of your surroundings and any possible impending...

Zen And Makiwara Training

When I was training we spent a lot of time in conditioning the weapons. We worked on the makiwara training for hours, often until...

Benefits of Martial Arts For The Head Injured

Martial arts are very beneficial for the head injured, both young and old. Martial arts helps head injured individuals (of which I am one)...