Since Bruce Lee’s untimely death in 1973, much has been written and said about Bruce Lee and his art of Jeet Kune Do. Continue reading
Although Bruce Lee never lived long enough to realise his true genius and the impact that he would have on future generations of aspiring martial artists an athletes, it was Bruce Lees forward thinking that paved the way for what we have today known as mixed martial arts. Continue reading
Have you ever wondered why the interest and popularity of yoga classes nowadays dwarfs the interest in martial arts classes? Continue reading
If you’ve been involved in the martial arts for any length of time, you’d understand the amount of politics involved. Continue reading
This may come as a surprise to you, but did you know that the Chinese martial arts are one of the best kept secrets for maintaining a long healthy life? Continue reading
Just the other day I was thinking about what people would be willing to pay for the price of gold and more importantly, how far they’d be willing to go to get it. Continue reading
Every kick or punch you throw is either intercepted or destroyed, you try to regain your composure only to be pummelled backward with tremendous forward pressure through a flurry of punches straight down your centreline. You stick your arms up with the hope of covering, only to have your arms spat back at you. You’re grabbed around the neck and met with a relentless barrage of headbutts knees and elbows.