On a lighter note than one we discuss here, this week it's all about movies!
We've talked about myths. We've talked about picking a firearm (if you choose to own one). Now, we talk about the fundamentals of marksmanship.
Continuing our foray into the world of firearms, this week's topic is picking the right one for you. The answer to the question "which one is best" or "which one should I get" is "Depends."
If you're interested in self-defense, you should be familiar with firearms. Regardless of your stance on owning firearms, if you want to be an effective martial artist focused on street self-defense, you should train with firearms.
Everyone in this society seems to be in a go-go-go mentality. Here are some reasons to break from the norm and focus on the self. You'll benefit all-around.
Valentine’s Day has just passed, but February is still all about the heart. Every year, the
American Heart Association celebrates Heart Month to raise awareness about heart disease
and heart health. What you may not know is that martial arts are great for the heart. In fact, the cardiac benefits of martial arts give a whole new meaning to the idea of cardiovascular fitness.
With that in mind, here are some ways that taking martial arts classes can protect and
strengthen your heart.
The old guy (or gal) on the mountain top who answers your question of “Where is the bathroom?” with “In your mind, you will find all answers.” is the pinnacle of martial arts masters, according to movies. S/he has probably been training since s/he could walk. But, what about those of us that start martial arts as adults, and not as limber kids at a Shaolin monastery? Is there any hope that we will gain any proficiency?