Are martial artists actually 'artists?' What does it mean to be an artist? Is it about what you do, or is it more about truth, focus, and craftsmanship. I think Bruce Lee said it best...
Are you trying to do our Strength Training for Judo workouts and have some questions? I bet they are already answered here in this FAQ from the workout designer!
As the creator of BeginningBJJ.com and Grapplearts.com, Stephan Kesting is known for his incredible contribution to teaching BJJ world-wide, to beginners and advanced students alike.
Cameron Conaway may be retired from MMA, but he will always be the Warrior Poet. Today he takes his fights, and his poetry, toward new battlegrounds around the world.
Martial arts and poetry saved Cameron Conaway's life. That's how he feels about his writing and his discovery of MMA at age 14. Find out how the Warrior Poet was born and how he was saved.
The Grappler is the most eclectic of judo styles, and therefore the training program for this athlete is eclectic, as well. Read for for workouts and training tips for competitive judo athletes.
I recently watched "Enter the Dragon" for the first time ever. Finally, I understood it's universal appeal, and how badass the fight scenes are. Bruce Lee and his movie are timeless for a reason.
In part two of this five-part judo series we look at the Charger - a specific type of judo player - and give them a template on how to get stronger for their game. Workouts and schedule included.
Braulio Estima is a star in the world of BJJ and now has ventured into fighting MMA, as well. Find out how he trains, how he handles challenges, and what the toughest part of training is for him.
What do Sherlock Holmes, Steampunk, and martial arts have in common? That would be Bartitsu, the eclectic system of martial arts originally developed in England in the years 1898-1902.
The left hook is a brutal punch, but it's often thrown incorrectly. Learning to sit back on the rear leg makes all the difference when throwing this potential knockout punch.
A fundamental movement pattern that helps BJJ practitioners learn the use of the hips is called, variously, the “shrimp,” the “elbow escape,” and the “hip escape.” Here's how to drill the movement.
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