In this section we have a mix of articles about training and even Techniques . It's really about having a place for any body wanting to contribute to the site by writing a small article on their art or martial arts and training in general .
I feel it's always good to get others views on training and if anybody wishes to contribute a article then please contact us through the messaging for members on this site , through our Twitter or Facebook pages or email myself at the below email. We look forward to hearing from you.
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I have just discovered this page and feel the need to share a few of my thoughts and feelings. And share my words of wisdom with the less fortunate. Perhaps this could even be a regular feature, depending of whether I can be bothered or not. I can be an agony uncle for all those failed martial artists out there.
Todays topic - Pain
There is always pain in training - '' pain is just weakness leaving the body ''. We all experience pain either through the pain of defeat ( not experienced this one myself yet ) or the physical pain of strains ( over- training ) or injuries inflicted by others ( kicks. punches, strikes etc. ).
Bruce Lee said be like water... ( click videos for full quote ) and the essence of martial arts is mental focus, which is what we all need to train, whether for fitness, self defense or competition. Without the mental focus we will never attain our true potential.
Martial arts unlike boxing or other contact sports is a disciplined art that gives the practitioner, with time, a mental strength to deal with the problems of life as well as chummy who thinks you have spilled his pint. Remember train hard, whats a few bruises and remember - '' girls dig scars... ''
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This page is host to a few techniques that are described in Cartoon style pictures and animations.
It may offer some insight for some beginners or remind stalwarts of that one move they may have forgotten about. It will be a mix of one step and three step techniques and illustrations of classical techniques .