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Samurai Training Philosophy: Be Thorough in the Disciplined Practice of Martial Arts

Monday, September 8th, 2014

In this exclusive e-book excerpt from Budoshoshinshu: The Warrior’s Primer of Daidoji Yuzan, the teacher and military philosopher advocates the often-overlooked benefits of curiosity, discipline and commitment.
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Posted in Japanese Martial Arts.

History of Judo: USJA President Gary Goltz Discusses How Judo Intersects With Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

What do BJJ, MMA and the history of judo have in common? U.S. Judo Association (USJA) President and CEO Gary Goltz tells you in this exclusive video!
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Way of the Ninja: Strategies for a Better Life Today

Monday, May 12th, 2014

Tree climbing and throwing stars aside, ninjutsu encompasses principles of psychological self-defense that even the military use. Such valuable skills are readily available to you, too. Start changing your design for living right here!
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