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The Centurion

The New COVID Normal

 
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Century Product Review: Strive Gloves

 
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Coronavirus and Cleaning Your Gear

Concern about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been on the rise across the country, martial arts schools are no exception.
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Protect Your Heart with Martial Arts

  All martial arts involve physical activity that increases both your mental and physical endurance. But did you know that practicing martial arts also helps to maintain healthy heart function and a strong cardiovascular system?
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The Journey of Jason Regan

Jason Regan was born with autism, but never let it define him. He made a path for himself in Tang Soo Do.
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The Female Fighters of Victorian England (And Beyond)

When many people, especially non-martial artists, think of martial arts, they imagine a predominantly male environment. Although it’s true that the gender split is closer to 60-40 rather than 50-50, women are well-represented in modern martial arts. What may come as a surprise to everyone, though, is how long women have been involved in martial arts in a sport capacity, rather than necessity-of-life/self-defense capacity.
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Krav Maga for Fitness and Self-Defense

Two great New Year’s resolutions many of you may have made: “I want to get in better shape,” and, “I want to learn self-defense.” You can kill two birds with one stone: Learning a martial art might be one of the best ways to stay in shape and to learn self-defense. Krav maga is an amazing martial art for both purposes.
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Say “Bonjour” to the French Martial Art of Savate

When thinking of martial arts involving kicking or boxing, many people tend to think of Japanese karate or muay thai from Thailand. However, with the recent popularity of several new forms of mixed martial arts and different international spotlights on traditional forms of martial arts, the French foot-fighting art of savate is gaining attention. If you’re new to the art, this introduction to the martial art may shed some light on the practice.
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Meet Muay Thai's Cousin, Lerdrit

With the rising international interest in the martial art of Muay Thai over the past several decades, many fighters and athletes have sought global fame and heavy purses through competitions of the sport. While Muay Thai takes years to learn to practice correctly, an even tougher version of the martial art can take decades. This style, called Lerdrit or Muay Lert Rit, has origins in the practices of the warriors of Siam (the former name of Thailand, where both Lerdrit and Muay Thai were developed).
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The Journey of Natalie Sharp

Natalie Sharp isn’t your typical black belt candidate. Born with bilateral phocomelia, she explains that her “arms are extremely short and I only have three fingers on each hand.”
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