Have you ever considered why martial arts are called arts? If you check the definition in a dictionary, you’ll see martial arts defined as “any of the fighting sports.” That definition is not enough. A martial artist uses imagination and creative skill for an art that can be combative or demonstrative, but it’s profoundly internal…

There are many martial arts styles to choose from but as you choose BJJ it has further two types which are known as GI and No-GI jiu-jitsu. Deciding between the two or even deciding either you should train both or not can be mind-boggling. We’ve already talked about the Key Differences Between GI and No-GI…

Martial arts offer different training from weight lifting to cardio to strength training. These exercises get you in shape and martial arts on the other end improve your skills. While there are many benefits of learning martial arts from physical and mental health to self-defense and confidence, but here we will focus on why you…

In the past few decades, martial arts have gained in popularity a lot. Not only do they teach discipline, but they can lose you some weight and help you learn how to defend yourself. Today, even more, and more women are engaging in such sports because they want to be sure they can defend themselves…

Anyone who’s taking up a sport in their 40s and beyond will know that their bodies aren’t the same as they were 20 years earlier. And while that may make training in any sporting discipline harder, it’s certainly no reason to be put off. However, for the more mature martial arts beginner, there are some…

Most people know that there are many different forms of martial arts. Ask the average student interested in studying ancient combat practices, and they will tell you they’ve heard of at least a few: Karate, for sure, and probably Kung Fu, Jiu-Jitsu, and Tae Kwon Do. In recent years Krav Maga, the self-defense system developed…

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