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New Princess of Martial Arts Movies: – Kicks Butt

                                    New Princess of                                     Martial arts movies: –                                     Kicks Butt​Amy Johnston reveals her exclusive story of Martial Arts in […]

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Why taking up Taekwondo in my 40s was the best thing ever!

​Taekwondo In Your 40s!!!​Why taking up Taekwondo in my 40s was the best thing ever! ​​And now you can do it too ​with my Top 5 Tips…​by Kristy Hitchens ​​Am I having a near mid-life crisis?Is that what this is?Is this the equivalent of (*gulp!) buying a Harley or red sports car and dating a hot blonde?All of this and […]

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Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do ‘Commentaries on the Martial Way’

​ BRUCE LEE’s ​    JEET KUNE DO   ‘Commentaries on the Martial way’   ​Review by Chris Kent​A new version of the BRUCE LEE Jeet Kune Do/ Commentaries on the Martial Way book is ​on the shelves from Tuttle Publishing. This Jeet Kune Do book features Bruce Lee’s illustrative sketches, his remarkable notes and commentaries on the nature of […]

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Bruce Lee’s Student Fights in FIST OF FURY

Robert A. Baker is best remembered for portraying the Russian strong man and Karate expert  named “Petrov” in the cult Bruce Lee movie Fist of Fury (1972) (aka “The Chinese Connection” ). Baker was a student of James Lee’s martial art school when Bruce taught in Oakland with James Yimm Lee, and was subsequently recruited […]

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How Conor McGregor Is Inspiring People To Take Up Martial Arts

A few years ago he was unknown. A few years ago he was on welfare. A few years ago he had nothing but the love of his family. A few years ago was not a champion. 5 Years later he is one of the highest paid athletes in the world. In this article, we are […]

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Why Bruce Lee Would Have Been Undefeated In the UFC

If you were to stop a person in the street and ask them ‘who is the most famous martial artists of all time’? They would give one of two answers; Bruce Lee or Conor McGregor I think that if you had asked that question a few years ago, Bruce Lee would have been the only answer but the […]

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Why The Life of Bruce Lee Should Be Taught In All High Schools

For a Martial Artist, Bruce Lee is a hero, an icon and a pioneer.Not only did Bruce Lee change Martial Arts, but he also changed the lives of so many people through his writing, his Martial Art and of course his films. The issue is that while Bruce is a hero to a generation, there are […]

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7 Reasons All Martial Artists Should Visit Japan

Japan is the original home of marital arts.  Many arts, now practised all over the world, have their origins in the warrior traditions of the samurai.  Judo, karate, sumo, kendo, laidȯ, akido, kyūdȯ and shorinji kempo all have roots in Japan. As you know, succeeding in any martial art is down to dedication and continual training. […]

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7 Amazing Facts About Samurai Warriors (That You May Not Know)

Who Were the Samurai? Students had to learn and pledge to live by a moral code known as bushido.  Bushido placed utmost importance on respect and loyalty for a warrior’s masters, justice, courage, honesty and adopting ethically-based behaviour at all times.  If a samurai broke the bushido code, it was considered a huge dishonour.  A dishonoured […]

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The Villainess Movie Review

WE found this Movie Review skewered to a tree by a Viking axe. The blood on it was fresh.  No we didn’t. The Intern gave it to the mad Swede at the end of the corridor. This is translated from Swedish. “The film stole my eyeballs from the opening kill fest.  You, yes you, the […]

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