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The Centurion

You Know You’re a Martial Artist When Your Childhood Revolved Around These Movies

  Who else remembers movie nights as a kid? Whether you were at a sleepover, with your family, or on a night you had the house to yourself, there was nothing better than settling in with some popcorn and candy and going on a cinematic adventure. Recently, we asked our Facebook audiences what their favorite childhood martial arts movies were.
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The Journey of Ernie Reyes Jr.

 
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How to Pick the Right Nunchaku For You

So, you’ve decided to start learning how to use the nunchaku! Good choice. It’s one of the most fun and versatile martial arts weapons, and it’s great for competition or simply learning for fun and twirling around your desk at work and nearly hitting your coworker in the skull (Ren, I am looking at you). Whatever your goals, you’ll get the best experience if you have the right gear.
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7 Fun Facts on the Gentlemanly Art of Bartitsu

While nearly forgotten today except for its use in modern Sherlock Holmes movies, bartitsu was one of the first forms of mixed martial arts the world has ever known. Developed by Edward William Barton-Wright in 1898, this style used a combination of techniques adopted from boxing, French kickboxing, jujitsu, and cane fighting to create what Barton labeled “A New Art of Self Defense.”
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The Journey of Quinton Hooper

It was the mid-1990s and Quinton Hooper was neck-deep in the customs and culture of Japan. As a college student teaching English in the tiny village of Nagato, Hooper had arrived expecting to simply instruct teenagers. What the native-Texan found, however, was a chance to learn right alongside them.
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Benefits of Martial Arts for Kids with Autism

 
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How Martial Arts Teaches Respect

 
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Interested in Fitness? Consider Taking Martial Arts

 
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7 Samurai Films Every Martial Artist Should Watch

Yes, the title is a pun.   I like movies; I like samurai; I made a Facebook poll to see which samurai movies my fellow martial artists would recommend! If you’re looking for something good to watch, why not check out one of these films?  
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The Collected Wisdom of Martial Arts Icon Dan Inosanto

On July 24, 1936, Dan Inosanto was born. As a 4th-grader, he received his first exposure to the martial arts when his uncle taught him te [the Okinawan word for “hand.”]. In college, he studied judo, then dabbled in the Korean, Okinawan and Japanese striking arts.
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