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The Centurion: Instructor training

The Importance of Stance

By Guest Blogger: Alvin Myers

 

Movement, balance, and range are crucial parts of sparring and...

The Road to MASS19 Part 3: What to do at the SuperShow

 

Hello! We’re back with more advice for the 2019 Martial Arts SuperShow from MAIA Executive...

The Road to MASS19 Part 2: 5 Essential Items You NEED TO BRING

 

Ready to head to the 2019 Martial Arts SuperShow? Not without reading this blog you’re not!...

9 Reasons Why Your Students Need to be Sparring

 

"Should I let my students spar?”

It’s a common question among martial arts school owners. Some...

7 Lessons Kids Learn from Martial Arts

 

In film and TV, martial arts are too often depicted as gory, violent, and inherently...

Thai Pads or Focus Mitts: What Should I Use?

 

Partner training is one of the best – and most fun!—components of martial arts or martial arts...

Mike Seeklander of "The Best Defense" Shares his Thoughts on Tactical Training, BOB, and the Self-Defense Skills Everyone Needs

 

We all have at least one role model martial artist that we’d love to get to train with. For...

Want to Know the Single Best Punch to Throw in a Fight?

 

As a skinny 14-year-old haole (non-native Hawaiian) kid with long blonde hair, I definitely...

Preventing Dropouts before They Happen: Part 1

 

Here are some unfortunate statistics: less than 2/3 of all students who study at college will...