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The Responsibilities of a Martial Artist

Imagine you're out with your friends. It can be anywhere, restaurant, movie, grocery store, . . . You're enjoying yourself.  It's been a good day with people you enjoy and have enjoyed sharing the day with. Are you relaxed?  Most people are in situations like that. Now, imagine a person or group of people approach… Continue reading The Responsibilities of a Martial Artist

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Right to Bear Arms: Empowering Yourself to Life!

Did you see my conversation with two guys on Facebook about gun control? I had posted a sarcastic comment saying something like: Good idea! Let's experiment with gun control in a localized area first, say like Chicago! Well, that set off a couple of people. (I guess they don't know sarcasm when they see it.) … Continue reading Right to Bear Arms: Empowering Yourself to Life!

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Fellowship of Martial Arts

While I have warned in my blogs of becoming as arrogant and presumptuous as these athletes put on before their fights, I wanted to write this blog to highlight something of importance regarding one's maturation in any fighting system: fellowship of martial arts, or martial artists.  Proper fellowship is essential if you want to learn… Continue reading Fellowship of Martial Arts

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A Failure to Adapt

I, recently, met a young man, about thirty years of age, who had everything (and to everyone) in the world to brag about his Jiu Jitsu accomplishments against wrestlers, judo practitioners, and other Jiu Jitsu practitioners.  He went on and on about this and that rolling competition he'd been in and how he'd won all… Continue reading A Failure to Adapt

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Is It True That Wing Chun Isn’t As Effective As It Once Was?

Every once and awhile I get questions like this from those who are looking to disprove a martial art system's effectiveness.  The theory is that while the martial art system might have been great when it was first put together, it is irrelevant now due to a number of reasons.  I've found that these people… Continue reading Is It True That Wing Chun Isn’t As Effective As It Once Was?