It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.
The Reasons Why We Take Up Martial Arts Training
Reasons People Train in the Martial Arts There are many things one can learn from training in the martial arts, emotional, physical, and psychological things. The reasons a person trains in the martial arts could encompass many of these things, or just a few of them. One of the reasons someone may choose to train is to bu...
711 words
3 pages
The Journey to the Ultimate Belt in Taekwondo
A clean slate: the beginning of a Taekwondo student’s quest is marked by a white belt. With no prior knowledge of the art, the journey ahead seems foreign, unknown, and challenging; this marks the start of the absorption of technique as well as marking the beginning of the struggle towards the ultimate end: black. As the t...
641 words
3 pages
The Key Attributes of the Boxing Champion Joe Frazier
In the boxing world there are key attributes that make a fighter who they are. For Smokin’ Joe Frazier, it was his powerful left hook that was responsible for most of his knockouts. He bobbed and weaved through his opponents, wearing them down with relentless pressure. However, he was very one-dimensional and often had tr...
653 words
2 pages
A Study of Russian Sambo: The Evolution of Hand-to-Hand Combat
How Russian Sambo Changed Hand-to-Hand Combat Russian Sambo, also called Combat Sambo, was first introduced into the Red Army in 1933; when Vasili Oshchepkov and K. Voroshilov finalized the hand-to-hand combat system. It is a form of martial arts and consists of close quarters combat techniques designed to disarm an oppon...
1,400 words
5 pages
The Correlation Between Capoeira and MMA
Capoeira: A Knockout in Today’s Society Over the years, Black Atlantic culture has continuously played a significant role in the development of many cultural practices and tradition’s. One might make the claim, Black Atlantic tradition has died off and isn’t prevalent in today’s society. In fact, this ancient tradition...
3,233 words
12 pages