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A Once Needed Discipline No Longer Needed

Over the last twenty-nine years I’ve met a great number of people and families who, after investing themselves or their children in a self-defense or martial art school, decided to abandon their training.  Their reasons for abandoning their training range in reasoning, including but not necessarily limited to the following: They completed the program, and… Continue reading A Once Needed Discipline No Longer Needed

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Is Chinese Martial Arts Culture Effective in the United States?

I was discussing an earlier blog that I wrote with some people in Terre Haute, Indiana, when an important question came up:  Can a martial art system that teaches cultural aspects associated with another country be effective in the United States? I won't repeat what I've already written in that earlier blog (which I believe… Continue reading Is Chinese Martial Arts Culture Effective in the United States?

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What “Mixed Martial Arts” Has Become is a Danger to Our Society

I'm old enough to remember a time when the term "martial arts" meant someone was learning a system to help them survive the worst of combat conditions.  I'm, also, old enough to have seen that change.  Today, depending on who you ask, the term "martial arts" means different things, but it's not always been that… Continue reading What “Mixed Martial Arts” Has Become is a Danger to Our Society