The idea of paying money and getting beat up as a result could be considered straight-up robbery, depending on how you look at it. But, that’s exactly what you get by studying a martial art. Though, one could argue that the benefits more than make up for the investments
In MMA, to be the best, you just don’t have to beat them, you have to train with them as well. In line with that, here are the 10 best MMA camps, in no particular order, in the world today.
Martial arts may just be a form of self-defense for most people, but it seems that it’s good for much more than knowing how to defend one’s self.
You’re looking from the sides and watching the more advanced practitioners do their thing. In your mind, what they are doing is easy and they’re actually trained enough to make it seem like so. For them, the maneuvers they’re pulling off are as easy as breathing or walking.
Many think that they’re already too old to even think about taking up martial arts. Many believe that if you don’t start something while you’re still young, then you’ll never be good at it. But, with martial arts, that’s just not true.
Whenever I think of martial arts, I think of anime-inspired ninjas. I think of Mr. Miyaki from The Karate Kid and his “wax in, wax out” motto. I think of Jean-Claude Van Damme and his machochismo, as well as his fluid movements. I think of ..well, I think a
When you’re weight training, there’s nothing that you cherish more than being alone in the gym. All that space to move around and train as you please is definitely a sight for sore eyes. But, in MMA training, the opposite is true.
Activities such as Karate, Kung Fu, Aikido, WungShu, Muay Thai and other forms of martial arts are a great way for kids to learn more about fitness and focus. While it’s true many parents fear that violence is the only thing that they teach, the truth is quite the
Martial arts training can change your life in so many ways. So many, in fact, that you’ll be forever thankful that you enrolled yourself in that school or gym. If you’re new to martial arts, you won’t see it right now. It’ll take months, or even years and decades
As MMA’s popularity continues to grow, it’s not surprising that the sport gains new fans almost every day. And, because it’s new, the popular sport is misunderstood by a lot of people, especially by those who think that the sport has still NOT moved on from its freakshow elements