Most people who train in martial arts for any significant length of time end up with some injury or another.
Variety may be the spice of life, but there’s something to be said for having well established routines as well.
I often hear people ask the question, “how long does it take to get good at martial arts?” It seems
Everyone knows that getting better at a skill requires practice, but what people may not know is that not all
In an earlier post, I talked about using fakes to gauge the experience level of an unfamiliar opponent. To augment
Here’s an insight that I gained from running a dojo and being a martial arts enthusiast that has tried to
Knowing some moves in a fight is good, but not all moves are ideal against every opponent. Professional fighters will
Science Concepts: torque, pressure, anatomy I watch a lot of martial arts videos online. I’m always on the lookout for
Science concepts: torque, force transfer Things have been on the busy side. So, I’m going to have to keep this one
Science concepts: friction, normal force As I’ve stated before, pivoting for certain kicks (round kick and side kick, in particular) is