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Lesson Posted on 12/04/2017 Self Defence/Martial Arts

History born of Martial Arts

Arunjyoti Hazarika

I am a Martial Arts Self Defence Instructor in Kung-Fu, Karate, Kick Boxing. Born of Martial Arts. The...

The art, applying through which technique, we can protect ourselves known as Martial Arts. The martial arts was born in the time of Ramadan, Mahabharat and Goutam Buddha. When Goutam Buddha sent his students to many countries and places for teaching Budhism to the people, they had to cross many jungle... read more
  • The art, applying through which technique, we can protect ourselves known as Martial Arts. The martial arts was born in the time of Ramadan, Mahabharat and Goutam Buddha. When Goutam Buddha sent his students to many countries and places for teaching Budhism to the people, they had to cross many jungle and they face wild animal and some wicked people. That's why they had to stop for a while. Then Bhuddha teach his students a technical art so that they can protect themselves from the wicked people as well as wild animals. Many of wise people and expert's in this field  (Martial Arts) says that those days the Kung-Fu born. Kung-Fu, Tae-kwon-Do, Karate, Kick Boxing, Muay-Thai, Tang Soo-Do some of the Martial Arts.
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Lesson Posted on 17/02/2017 Sports Coaching/Boxing Self Defence/Karate Self Defence/Martial Arts +5 Health and Fitness/Fitness/Kickboxing Health and Fitness Health and Fitness/Fitness Self Defence Health and Fitness/Yoga less

The Ultimate 4 Minute Training For Better Endurance.

Uchass

I am a professional MMA athlete with 14 Years of experience in karate, muay thai and chinese boxing or...

While searching in the web we come across verious articles, where people advice us to jog daily or to runs tens of kilometeres or to join swimming classes to enhance our physical endurance. But in this tech driven generation where we even get our food and veggies being home delivered to us, do we even... read more

While searching in the web we come across verious articles, where people advice us to jog daily or to runs tens of kilometeres or to join swimming classes to enhance our physical endurance. But in this tech driven generation where we even get our food and veggies being home delivered to us, do we even spend that much time on our bodies?

Well Absolutely No! We are getting lazy as hell. But there is a method for all those lazy and time constrained people out there, who are looking for a quick and effective exercise.

Its called tabata or HIIT [ High-intensity interval training ].

It is a combination of some exercises that u need to perform within a given time, take a short break and then repeat.

In this couse we perform four exercises :-

JUMPING SQUATS:

 

PUSH UPS:

 

JUMPING LUNGES:

 

BURPEES:

 

You have to perform each exercise for 20 seconds and take rest for next 10 seconds and then perform the second exercise.

For example:-

You start by doing jumping squats for first 20 seconds then take a break for about 10 seconds. then again you start off with push ups for 20 seconds and then break for about 10 seconds. like this you repeat the next two exercises.

By doing this four exercise you complete one cycle and remember, no giving up! if Have To Do 2 Cycle.

That's it for today folks. Hope you enjoy doing tabata. Let me know, if you have any question regarding fitness. Always there to help, bye-bye.

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Lesson Posted on 17/02/2017 Self Defence/Martial Arts

Martial Arts History

Shaik Sultan

Many people consider Asia to be the center of the martial arts world—though it is not necessarily the birthplace of all the arts. However, it can’t be denied that many of the most prominent martial arts originate from the region—kung fu, karate, hwa rang do. From ancient myths and legends... read more

Many people consider Asia to be the center of the martial arts world—though it is not necessarily the birthplace of all the arts. However, it can’t be denied that many of the most prominent martial arts originate from the region—kung fu, karate, hwa rang do.

From ancient myths and legends to historical revolutions, martial arts have been shaped by many factors. Sometimes it’s often difficult to trace the evolution of an art because of the lack of historical records. This is true for older arts like the Hawaiian martial art lua or the Indonesian art pentjak silat. At the same time, cultural factors and revolutions have threatened to exterminate martial arts, such as bokator in Cambodia and Shaolin kung fu in China.

However, history has shown that martial arts have thrived, especially when combined with martial arts from other cultures. For example, Mitsuyo Maeda brought jujutsu to Brazil and taught the art to a young man named Helio Gracie who in turn created Brazilian jiu-jitsu.

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Lesson Posted on 19/01/2017 Self Defence/Martial Arts

Student Responsibilities

ARIF IQBAL

I am teaching in many schools and personal training. Experienced in training Karate, Taekwondo, Vovinam,...

Student Responsibility – the ten parts of the student’s responsibility tothe student – instructor relationship 1. Never tire of learning. A good student can learn anytime, anywhere. This is the secret of knowledge. 2. A good student must be willing to sacrifice for his art and his instructor.... read more

Student Responsibility – the ten parts of the student’s responsibility to
the student – instructor relationship

1. Never tire of learning. A good student can learn anytime, anywhere. This is the secret of knowledge.

2. A good student must be willing to sacrifice for his art and his instructor. Many students feel that their training is a commodity that is bought with monthly dues and they are unwilling to take part in demonstrations, teaching, and working around the do-jang. An instructor can afford to lose this type of student.

3. Always set a good example for lower ranking students. It is only natural that they will attempt to emulate their seniors.

4. Always be loyal and never criticize the instructor, the art of Taekwon-Do, or the teaching methods.

5. If an instructor teaches a technique, practice it and attempt to utilize it.

6. Remember that a student’s conduct outside the do-jang reflects on the art and his instructor.

7. If a student adopts a technique from another gym and the instructor disapproves of it, the student must discard it immediately or train at the other gym.

8. Never be disrespectful to the instructor. Though a student is allowed to disagree, the student must follow instructions first and discuss the matter later.

9. A student must always be eager to learn and ask questions.

10. Never betray a trust.

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Lesson Posted on 19/12/2016 Self Defence/Martial Arts

Tremendous Trust Comes From Terrific Training

Shaik Sultan

Most people don't plan to fail. They simply fail to plan. You earn confidence by training hard and realizing that if you worked that hard, you simply are not willing to give up or give it partial effort when you compete. Your investment is too great. The mental game of mixed martial arts tells you to... read more

Most people don't plan to fail. They simply fail to plan. You earn confidence by training hard and realizing that if you worked that hard, you simply are not willing to give up or give it partial effort when you compete. Your investment is too great. The mental game of mixed martial arts tells you to invest in yourself.

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Lesson Posted on 29/09/2016 Self Defence/Martial Arts

Know what is Muaythai?

Raymond

Muay Thai or Thai Boxing is the national sport and cultural martial art of Thailand. It was developed several hundreds of years ago as a form of close-combat that utilizes the entire body as a weapon. read more

Muay Thai or Thai Boxing is the national sport and cultural martial art of Thailand. It was developed several hundreds of years ago as a form of close-combat that utilizes the entire body as a weapon.

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Asked on 24/09/2016 Self Defence/Martial Arts

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Answered on 28/09/2016 Self Defence/Martial Arts Self Defence/Capoeira

Are there any trainers for capoeira or parkour?

Raymond Bongcher

Trainer/Coach - Muaythai, MMA and Jiu-Jitsu

You may try with MUAYTHAI in Tavarekere main Road
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Answered on 17/09/2016 Music/Instrumental Music Art and Creativity/Art and Craft Self Defence/Martial Arts

what can i learn in one month so that i can get a certificate?

Raymond Bongcher

Trainer/Coach - Muaythai, MMA and Jiu-Jitsu

There is no Art which will provide you a month certificate, and even if you're provided that will have no impact in your future.
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Answered on 17/09/2016 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft Self Defence/Martial Arts Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music

I want to learn martial arts....but scared that I would lose interest in the middle..what do I do? I...

Raymond Bongcher

Trainer/Coach - Muaythai, MMA and Jiu-Jitsu

Martial Art is not for the coward or little interest people but it's for the dedicated and interested people.
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