Bruce Lee..

Bruce Lee.. Bruce Lee (Lee Hsiao Lung), was born in San Fransisco in November 1940 the son of a famous Chinese opera singer. Bruce moved to Hong Kong when he soon became a child star in the growing Eastern film industry. His first film was called The birth of Mankind, his last film which was uncompleted at the time of his death in 1973 was called Game of Death. Bruce was a loner and was constantly getting himself into fights, with this in mind he looked towards Kung Fu as…

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History: Krav Maga..

Krav Maga Was Created And Developed By Imi Lichtenfeld.. Imi Lichtenfeld..  Imi Lichtenfeld, Israeli Grand-master (1910-1998). He started it in the late 1940’s when serving as Chief Instructor of the IDF for hand-to-hand combat. As a young man growing up in Bratislava, Slovakia, Lichtenfeld was a champion heavy weight boxer, a top-level wrestler and an expert in judo / ju-jitsu. His father was a police officer who was in charge of teaching defensive tactics. Lichtenfeld grew up in an environment where combative sports, law enforcement and ferocious street fights played…

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Myths: About Self-Protection..

A Set Of Potentially Life-Threatening Beliefs About What To Do In Dangerous Situations.. By Tim Larkin. Myth #1 You Should Reason With Your Attacker.. You’ve probably never pulled out a knife and demanded someone’s watch. That’s a good thing, of course, but it illustrates a vital point: Someone who would do such a thing doesn’t think like you. Deep down, you probably believe there’s a way to resolve a problem without anyone getting hurt. Attackers aren’t playing by the same societal rules you are, so you can’t react as if they…

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Your Never Too Old..

It  Has Always Been Said,  Size And Age Don’t Matter In Self-Defense And Martial Art Training.. Here Are A Couple Of Videos That Prove This Saying. Please Enjoy And Be Amazed. https://youtu.be/2Sdo0rYnfIo   https://youtu.be/wkrgHZTOw0o The Way Is In The Training..

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History Of Akido..

A Breif History of Akido.. Aikido’s founder, Morihei Ueshiba, was born in Japan on December 14, 1883. As a boy, he often saw local thugs beat up his father for political reasons. He set out to make himself strong so that he could take revenge. He devoted himself to hard physical conditioning and eventually to the practice of martial arts, receiving certificates of mastery in several styles of jujitsu, fencing, and spear fighting. In spite of his impressive physical and martial capabilities, however, he felt very dissatisfied. He began delving…

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