martial arts

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From kickboxing to muay Thai, the overhand is an important weapon in any fighter’s arsenal.
Take a lesson from Bruce Lee's system of martial arts to become a more dominant fighter.
The rear naked choke can be used from a standing position or on the ground and serves as an effective submission technique.
Setting up in the arm triangle can help drain your opponent’s energy, set you up for a choke, and improve your defensive position.
An opponent’s unfamiliarity with wrist locks and how to defend them adds an element of surprise to your submission game.
It is important to nullify an aggressive fighter's attack to stay in control during a fight.
These slow kicking drills will enable the development of greater precision and muscular control.
Martin Stamper, a black belt in Taekwondo, gives a step-by-step video tutorial on how to drill for speed, agility, and co-ordination on the mat.
This video demostrates a progression of five escapes you can perofrm as the triangle gets tighter and tighter.
Top UK MMA coach and former M1 Champion Matt "12 Gauge"Thorpe provides step-by-step tutorials on anti-grappling techniques from standing.
Former Pro Muay Thai fighter Master A's gives a step-by-step tutorial on how you can develop powerful knee strikes.
Be a force for good in your jiu jitsu world and crush negativity into the mat.
These are the most common mistakes I see in fighters' strength training plans, and my suggestions for fixing them.
Improve your strength and balance by adding some guard-opening specific exercises to your training program.
From finding the calm in chaos to learning how to roll with the punches, martial arts will make you a stronger person.
Coach Valerie Worthington opens up about about making the scary leap to follow her BJJ dreams, coaching others, and the beauty of emotion.