"Martial Arts" Blogs & Blog Posts

Beelzebubs BrokerBeelzebubs Broker

The various writings of Jamie Clubb. Includes a variety of essays, articles...

 
Jiu-jitsu SenseiJiu-jitsu Sensei

This blog is a record my training & teaching experiences in the martial...

 
aikido:life  |  North valley Aikikaiaikido:life | North valley Aikikai

Thoughts and words derived from the daily practice of Aikido, Iaido and Zaz...

 
The Blog of Jordan KeatsThe Blog of Jordan Keats

Where I Try To Convince You To Try Tai Chi

 


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Few things in life inspire the sort of jaw-dropping amazement as witnessing someone smash bricks with his bare hands for the first time. I’d always wondered how the person’s hands weren’t shattered along with the bricks, and now a physics profe...

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A Chinese national flag flies as students practice Tai Chi on a high school playground during a Guinness World Record attempt of the largest martial arts display ever. (more…)...

Lastman, the revolutionary, bestselling French comic created by Bastien Vivès, Michaël Sanlaville and Balak, arrives in the Anglosphere today, thanks to Firstsecond's English language edition of volume 1: The Stranger. Read the rest...

When you think about classic Chinese martial arts films (because I know you do all the time), usually, heavy hitting actors like Bruce Lee, Gordon Liu, Jackie Chan, even Lau Kar-leung immediately come to mind. But what about women martial artists? Tu...

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