Traditional martial artist will argue that their is no respect for tradition in today’s martial arts. Mixed martial art students will say that T.M.A. is non realistic when it comes to combat.
When it comes to martial arts there are no absolute rights or wrongs, rather there is just individual expression.
There is however a universal truth and that truth is that you must learn to master your mind, body and spirit to be a complete fighter/warrior. You can develop these attributes regardless of martial art path you take.
How To Know If You Are On The Wrong Martial Art Path
Here are some things for you to consider, it’s okay if some of these resonate with you. We are always in a constant state of growth. If you are sincere about learning, you will eventually come to understand the true nature of martial arts. [Read more…]
- 84My name is Larry Rivera, I started this blog because I love kung fu & martial arts in general. I believe what Bruce Lee said when he said use "no way as way". I've been training with my Sifu for over 20 years and I've been involved with martial arts…
- 78One of the problems Wing Chun Practitioners have is the tend to over commit themselves when they are parrying and deflecting. This happens for a number of different reasons. One of those reasons is because people's adrenaline gets out of control. When you're training in wing chun martial arts one…
- 67When we are talking about self defense, the faster and easier a technique is the better. Depending on why you are training in martial arts will determine on what you should concentrate on the most. If for example you want to learn a martial art for the beauty of an…