Greg Brundage – Silk Road TKD Quest VIII
The author’s travels on the Silk Road take him to Georgia.
Robert Cutrell – Coffman’s Martial Arts Academy: “Stretching the Limits” in Illinois!
Rigorous tests including straddle splits characterize this Illinois school.
Susan O’Connor-Yoga for the Martial Artist
Traditional types of Yoga can enrich the martial artist’s life by deepening spiritual and mental capacity.
Erica Linthorst-TKD Tournament World:Avalanche of Changes
Changes to poomsae are expected to go into effect this year.
Michael De Alba-The Practice and Study of Martial Arts Forms (Part One)
It is important to show the true value and the many powerful applications of the moves involved in forms.
Brenda Dobson, Russ Dobson, and Janna Guerdet- Continuing the Tae Kwon Do Tradition
Grandmaster Robert Sledge takes the reins of Martial Arts America and continues its traditional instruction.
Kathrin J. Sumpter – Cacoy Doce Pares Eskrima Basic Concepts (Part One)
This article introduces bowing in/out, grip, ready position, chambers and range concepts in CDP.
Todd Miller – Interview with Grandmaster Lim Chae-Kwan
GM Kwan’s goal is to unify Hapkido technology by returning to the teachings of Choi Young-Sul.
Gayle Jones – Pursuit of My Black Belt
Training in Tae Kwon Do has allowed this sextuagenarian to overcome physical and mental barriers.
Steven Ronai – Tae Kwon Do Supervillain
Jane Kim brings her acting skills and her Tae Kwon Do black belt to bear in her portrayal of the Bride of Nine Spiders.
Dario Arnese – Are You a Good Instructor?
A good instructor attracts students, caters to their needs, understands learning styles and has good class structure.