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Tag Archives: general martial arts history

Shorinji Kempo: Shaolin Kung Fu’s Kicking Cousin

Monday, October 7th, 2013

Although movies and magazines have skyrocketed the popularity of numerous arts, shorinji kempo remains a mystery to most people — even martial arts enthusiasts. This in-depth look at the art will change all that.
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Posted in Kempo.

Aikido’s Morihei Ueshiba | Classic Martial Arts Profiles

Monday, September 30th, 2013

This vintage 1968 article from the Black Belt archives takes you behind the walls of the hombu dojo of Morihei Ueshiba for an inside account of the master, his training methods and his philosophy.
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Posted in Aikido.

Ninjutsu Training Myths: Does Ninjutsu Embody the Dark Side of Martial Arts?

Monday, July 15th, 2013

Stephen K. Hayes, Black Belt Hall of Fame member and author of six ninja books, offers his take on the public’s perception of ninjutsu vs. the history of its origins.
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Posted in Ninjutsu.