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Blood, Sex and a C-Section [Mixed Martial Arts Experiment Update & Videos!] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Aug 2011 12:40am Oh well if I can have a rainbow mowhawk and a fancy nickname like Dan the Outlaw Hardy, I’m sold!   Tapout . It’s not just a clothing and equipment line for Mixed Martial Arts practitioners and their ring girls,it’s also the password into the very serious, highly entertaining and slightly strange sub-culture of MMA. What, you ... Read on »
Ikebana and Martial Arts - a shared philosophy by Sue Wharton Posted Thu 03 Dec 2009 12:00am Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arranging. Ikebana means arranged flower but is also known as Kado - the Way of flowers. Ikebana is a very ancient Japanese art that has its roots in Zen Buddhism. It started around the 6th century in Japan as a religious offering at Buddhist temples and then slowly increased in popularity among the aris ... Read on »
Martial arts - a balancing act by Sue Wharton Posted Fri 14 Jan 2011 12:00am One of my weaknesses when executing martial arts techniques is the inability to maintain consistent balance. Don’t get me wrong – I’m not falling all over the place as if I were drunk. In fact, I can stand on one leg just as well as the next person. I have no real problem with static balance; it is moving balance or dynamic balance where I ... Read on »
Martial arts - a balancing act by Sue Wharton Posted Fri 14 Jan 2011 11:12am One of my weaknesses when executing martial arts techniques is the inability to maintain consistent balance. Don’t get me wrong – I’m not falling all over the place as if I were drunk. In fact, I can stand on one leg just as well as the next person. I have no real problem with static balance; it is moving balance or dynamic balance where I star ... Read on »
Come on, hear the noise! "Touch/Tone," circuit bending, comes to UAB Visual Arts Gallery by UABNews Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 3:43pm This week some serious sensory happenings will take place at the UAB Visual Arts Gallery. “Touch/Tone,” a series of free, interactive performances happening at 7 p.m. each night March 30-April 2, will explore technology, improvisation, music and sound. The events will highlight new developments in the visual, auditory and interactive spher ... Read on »
Martial Arts: One size does not fit all! by Sue Wharton Posted Tue 22 Jun 2010 12:00am As a small person (5ft 3in) I am constantly made aware that the world is designed for bigger people. Trouser lengths are generally too long, supermarket shelves are often too high and in martial arts - weapons are often too big! My bo is a standard 6ft long - that's nine inches longer than me. This makes a difference when manipulati ... Read on »
American Taekwondo Association Martial Arts Safety Gear! by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Fri 03 Jun 2011 2:58pm Sr.   Master Tracy Lee Thomas Master Instructor 7 th Degree Black Belt American Taekwondo Association   Changing Lives ATA Martial Arts http://www.atakick.com     American Taekwondo Association Martial Arts Gear!   Last year my son grew six inches and gained 50 pounds; translation, I had to buy protective ATA Mart ... Read on »
Martial Arts Tips - Judo by SelfDefense .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm A modern Japanese martial art. Originated in Japan in the late 19th century, the primary focus of judo is throwing. Focus on throwing. Judo involves rolls, falls, throws, hold downs, chokes, joint-locks, and strikes, but the primary focus is on throwing. Read on »
How Krav Maga could save your life... Virginia Beach Krav Maga and Martial Arts for Adults by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Sat 07 Aug 2010 8:23am How Krav Maga could save your life…It’s more than kicking and punching, it is a Reality Based Defense System that will Change Your Life! Serving the community with five locationsMaster Instructor: Tracy Lee Thomas Here at the Changing Lives Krav Maga Academy, we believe in giving you the skills needed to defend yourself in today's increasingly ... Read on »
Maybe That Was A Martial Arts Move. I’m Not Sure. by carlybananas Posted Wed 30 Nov 2011 1:18pm I finally got my butt back in gear and went to the gym for a yoga class with my favorite crazy instructor.  Last night’s class was no exception to the craziness and I left drenched in sweat with shaky arms. I tried to be a good blogger and take a picture in the mirror while I was waiting for class to start.  You’re welcome. This is h ... Read on »