Ed Parker Jr.’s Paxtial Arts, “Contrast in Motion”
“Paxtial Arts” looks to change the way we look at martial arts in the world.
CHIEF MASTER ROBERT OTT
Throughout his life, Chief Master Robert Ott has had martial arts to guide him, through the good and the bad.
PASSING THE TORCH
Master Edward Park is building on the teaching legacy of his father, Grandmaster Yeon Hwan Park
“Seeing” Your Way To Victory
With jeet Kune Do’s Bill Jee technique, ne3w martial arts practitioners can increase their skills.
IN FOCUS: TAEKWONDO HISTORY
Dr. He-Young kim’s book, Taekwondo History, is an exemplary addition to Taekwondo’s documented legacy.
JUNG DO SOOL
A dynamic and ancient martial art originating from South Korea
Australia’s Most Indomitable Master, Michael Muleta Keeping up with
BREAKING BOARDS: WOOD vs. PLASTIC
Master Wiz discusses the pros and cons of wood and plastic breaking boards.
PEKITI TIRSIA KALI
The training and application of the Philippine fighting system.
Traditional Korean Instrument
The Dojang, A Safe Haven
ESSENTIALS: Marathon of Life
I know that the marathon itself will be a great test of my will and my indomitable spirit but so is life!
Mastering the Revolution
Nick Neblock has a soft spoken, yet direct way about him. Very present and alert, he’s a true reflection of
the Wing Chun that he teaches.
THE HIDDEN ART: Wrist Locks
Exploring Applications For The Round Inside Elbow and Downward Back Fist Strikes
THE KARATE NERD:
When Am I Too Old to Start Taekwondo
Defeat? It’s a State of Mind
A Martial Artist’s Guide
THE LAST WORD:
I’m a 6th Dan Shihan in HapKido…
Martial Arts Discipline the French Way
Uncovering France’s rich Taekwondo history with Tarek Hussein