Issue #223 – May 2018 (Digital & Print)


Dwayne Ferguson- Two Rivers Martial Arts: Taking a New Path:  A group of Black belts establish and run a thriving nonprofit martial arts school after the retirement of their master instructor

All Print Magazines Come With A Free Digital Download Of The Magazine Purchased.


SKU: N/A Categories: ,


Kathrin J. Sumpter- Cacoy Doce Pares Eskrima Basic Concepts- Part 2
The author explains strikes and blocks in the CDP system.

Guy Edward Larke-Grandmaster George Lepine: Bringing Native Fighting Arts into the Global Arena
GM George Lepine drew inspiration from Korean martial arts in developing the Canadian art of
Okichitaw, a Plains indigenous combat system.

GM Michael De Alba- The Practice and Study of Martial Arts Forms (Continued)
It is important to show the true value and the many powerful applications of the moves involved in forms.

Master Rondy McKee- Discipline; How Much Do We Want? How Much Do We Need?
Training at the Shaolin Temple reinforces an instructor’s appreciation of the importance of discipline.

Kwang-Gil Han- Ke-Hyung No, Father of Australian Tae Kwon Do
 e author interviews the father of Australian Tae Kwon Do on the occasion of his Kukkiwon Hall of Fame Award.

Kathrin J. Sumpter- Traditional & Modern Arts Working Together
Adam Guerra of Guerra’s House of Warriors talks about teaching, his background in traditional martial arts, and the evolution of mixed martial arts.

GM Robert Cutrell- The ChunJiDo Family: An Organization Dedicated to Servant Leadership
The ChunJiDo Family represents many styles and systems worldwide that focus on making a difference as servant leaders.

GM Doug Cook- Curriculum Magnum
The standardized curricula of the Chosun Taekwondo Academy and the United States Taekwondo
Association re ect authenticity in action.


Additional information


Digital, Physical