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What’s Your Style? Ep.02: Kanishka Sharma – 3E Combatives

“What’s your Style?” is taking us to India to let Shifu Kanishka Sharma explain what he knows from his own experience and what you can learn from him. Shifu Kanishka Sharma comes periodically to Thailand and organizes training seminars hosted by Bing from Kempo Combatives among with other locations. 3E Combatives is a fighting system developed by Master Sitta Wang which mergesRead more

 
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Bruce Lee’s JKD, the ”Original Mixed Martial Art”?

(By Mark Stewart) Although the Gracie family of Brazil successfully transplanted BJJ and Vale Tudo to the world via the UFC many in the greater martial arts community also credit Bruce Lee’s philosophy of “not being bound” by any particular style of martial art, as the seed of today’s Mixed Martial Arts Movement. MMA Superstars, Frank Shamrock and RandyRead more

 
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Nai Khanom Tom: Father of Muay Thai

Every year on March 17th, Thailand celebrate the Nai Khanom Tom day.  You may hear different names for this celebration such as “National Muay Boran day“, “National Muay Thai day” or “Boxer’s Day“. As we all know, Muay Thai is the National sport of Thailand but this celebration is not just about Muay Thai. It’s a commemorative day to honorRead more

 
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Speed up your low stance in Traditional Martial Arts

Many traditional martial arts are really fascinating with those gentle and strong coordinated movements. Katas or form training are the basics for the students to proper learn stances, movements, timing, breathing, concentration of particular moves. Most likely they are a reproduction of a fight with imaginary opponents in different situations and positions. Shotokan Karate for example is one ofRead more

 
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Stretch better your Martial Arts Stretching

Martial Arts have that fascinating dynamism and speed that require your body to be flexible, and all of you knows that a flexible body means higher standards in your techniques. I still have in my mind the first time I saw Jean-Claude Van Damme kicking an opponent while splitting his legs in 180 degree …and that was AWESOME! InRead more

 
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Kalaripayattu – The Mother of all Martial Arts

Have you ever wondered where the known martial arts come from? Personally I think that any form of fighting since the primitive era can be considered a sort of martial art, but the nowadays known asian martial arts have a specific point of origin: Kalaripayattu. Kalaripayattu (or Kalari) is an ancient indian martial art that includes includes strikes, kicks, grappling,Read more

 
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To honor the 40th year anniversary of his passing I would like to share some videos to remember Bruce lee and some of his important teachings' not only for all martial artists but also for every one daily life. Mozez – 'Be Like Water'   Bruce Lee's core symbol explained – By Shannon Lee   Bruce Lee interview – The […]