Alberto Borjas- “Chayon- Ryu: A Martial Arts System for the 21st Century
Kim Pyung-Soo’s martial art system is a traditional yet contemporary system that uses scientific knowledge of natural human body movement.
Mark Hawley- “Family Self-Defense School—The 100-Man Kumite”
An Arizona school utilitizes this very demanding event as a requirement for advancing to black belt.
Kayla Fisher- “Grandmaster Michael Couhie: 9th Dan, White Belt Always”
Trained by first-generation Korean masters and rising through the ranks in competition, Michael Couhie establishes a school in New Hampshire.
Vickie Hornback- “Mixing it up in the Dojang”
Conceived by two young black belts, a Black Belt Youth Group has been very successful.
Guy Larke- “Karate Cop Receives the Highest Honor Possible”
After a long career in martial arts and law enforecement, Jim Saffold is awarded a 10th dan.
Susan Whitfield- “Martial Arts for Young Children”
Blending martial arts curriculums and concepts with fun activities can transform young lives.
Matt Numrich- “The Seven Deadly Sins of Street Fighting and How YOU can avoid them!”
These “cardinal sins” are the problems people run into when training for real-life violent altercations.
Dom Franco- “Don Ferguson: Contributing to Others in Thailand”
A successful competitor and martial arts film star finds rewards in helping children from Bangkok’s dangerous slums.
Korea Tourism Organization- “Cherry Blossom Festival”
Jinhae Gunhangjae Festival cherry blossom festival
Porter Dodge- “Jim Arvanitis’ Formula for Devastating Strikes: Mechanics and Training for Combat Effciency”
Jim Arvanitis combines a thorough understanding of human kinetics with sound training methods for real-world effectiveness.
Brian Myers- “The Battle Against Bullying Requires Training: Choose your Weapons Wisely” (Third in a Series)
It important to select resources wisely in your effort to build stronger, safer schools.
Carl Van Roon- “Master Paul McPhail: Pioneer and Visionary”
is New Zealand legend’s lifetime of dedication to martial arts instruction and his technical expertise have led him to develop an innovative coaching system.
Maurice Elmalem- “Martial Arts Kid Movie and Me”
This author’s involvement in producing the movie stems from his life experiences.
Nathan Chlumsky- “Keep Your Kicks Below The Belt”
High, flashy kicks may look good, but they are not as practical as low kicks.
Ian A. Cyrus- “The Foundation of Sin Moo Hapkido’s Basic Eight Skills” (Part One)
e “Basic Eight” skills are the foundation of the entire Sin Moo Hapkido system.
Susan O’Connor-”Meditation for Martial Arts”
Visualization can be used to improve athletic performance in martial arts.