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Zen in the Art of Archery, Bodhidharma and the Shaolin Temple: Martial Arts Fact or Fiction? (Part 1)

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Martial arts history is replete with tall tales of philosophy and heroism. Zen in the Art of Archery and the story of Bodhidharma traveling to the Shaolin Temple are two prime examples. Why do martial artists find them so compelling? Keith Vargo explains.
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Posted in General Martial Arts History.

Mick Coup: Eye Gouges for Self-Defense

Friday, July 1st, 2011

On March 8, 2007, reality-based self-defense expert Mick Coup visited the offices of Black Belt to be photographed for a feature article in the August 2007 issue. In the article, “Reach Out and Touch Someone,” Mick Coup discusses the role of indexing and how this age-old skill–when properly tuned up and utilized–can propel your self-defense
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Posted in Combatives, Martial Arts Multimedia, Martial Arts TV, Martial Arts Trailers, Self-Defense Experts, Self-Defense Videos.

Mick Coup on Self-Defense Target Selection

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

On March 8, 2007, reality-based self-defense expert Mick Coup visited the offices of Black Belt to be photographed for a feature article in the August 2007 issue. In the article, “Reach Out and Touch Someone,” Coup discusses the role of indexing and how this age-old skill–when properly tuned up and utilized–can propel your self-defense ability
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Posted in Combatives, Martial Arts Multimedia, Martial Arts TV, Self-Defense Experts, Self-Defense Videos.