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What’s your style? Ep.05: Horacio Rodriguez Pukulan Pencak Silat Serak

Pukulan Pencak Silat Serak was originated in Indonesia by Pak Serak, a physically challenged person who was able to develop this incredible fighting style using leverages and minor power so he could stop any opponent very quickly. Maha Guru Horacio Rodriguez has been studying Pukulan Pencak Silat Serak for over 17 years and he is the linage holder of PendekarRead more

 
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What’s your style? Ep.04: Christophe Clugston Combat Systems

For our 4th episode we’ve met Christophe Clugston with all of his experience in Combat Science, as he likes to call it. Founder of the “Clugston Combat Systems” Christophe has a long story of training, sport fights and competitions but he has an even more intense experience in Street Fighting and Self Defense. He is often training military forcesRead more

 
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What’s your style? Ep.03: Dominique Fontanarosa – Savate, Boxe, Kick Boxing

This time we are asking to Professor Dominique Fontanarosa what’s his Style. Dominique Fontanarosa is one of the most respectful figures among combat trainers in Thailand and worldwide. He started young with his national  combat sport: the “Savate” the French Kick Boxing. His career took him to win prestigious competitions including the National, the European and the World Championship. “Dom”Read more

 
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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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What’s Your Style? Ep.01: Leigh Harris – Filipino Martial Arts

For our first episode of “What’s your Style?” we’ve interviewed Mr.Leigh Harris with his Filipino Martial Arts experience. Leigh Harris is teaching at the Boxer Rebellion Gym among with other great instructors. Contacts: Boxer Rebellion – Clark Hatch Fitness, Th. Taniya. Bangkok. tel: +66 (0) 616 565 404 email: leighharris@hotmail.com website: (coming soon)

 
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Muay Lerdrit – Supreme Power

Thai fighting schools are generally engaged in Muay Thai or in Muay Boran classes as sports. Some schools may teach Muay Chaya or other local Muay Thai styles but Muay Lerdrit (or more commonly known as Lerdrit) seems to be a special threat available only to the Royal Thai Army. However, the U.S. Army joined training with the Royal Thai ArmyRead 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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20 Rules for ‘The Way of Life’

The 'Way of Life" Gichin Funakoshi followed made him the founder of the traditional Karate we know today. But what is "The Way of Life"? Here are some rules to achieve it. Any Martial Artist will find them very interesting and deep.

 
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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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Dojo Etiquette

  Either is your first day of class or you consider yourself a veteran of Martial Arts, you should be aware of the proper etiquette toward your teacher, classmates and Dojo (or Gym). The following list is originally made for Karate Dojo but I’m sure that most of the points are well applicable in any activity you engage inRead more

 
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