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The Centurion: training

The Importance of Stance

By Guest Blogger: Alvin Myers

 

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

Beating the White Belt Blues: A Beginner's Guide to Staying Motivated and Getting Better

 

Being a white belt can be hard. You see your higher-ranked teammates trying cool moves you’ve...

Why There’s No Such Thing as “Too Old” for Martial Arts

 

In one of last week’s blog posts, we discussed some of the common myths surrounding martial...

Do Martial Arts Work in Street Fights? 5 Common Myths Examined

 

One of the most common questions about martial arts training is whether the techniques work in...

5 Reasons to Love Cardio Kickboxing

 

Looking for a way to mix up your fitness routine, but worried you’ll be too bored with...

5 Factors to Consider When Purchasing Your First Pair of Boxing Gloves

 

When it comes to boxing gloves, the average person may have a hard time telling the difference...

The Bo: From Covert Weapon to Sport Staple

 

The weapon called the bo, or bo staff*, has appeared in pop culture for decades, from the...

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...

Do You Know the World's Oldest Martial Art?

 

It’s no secret that the martial arts are nothing new. Of course, there are a few like ...