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Tag Archives: Japanese Martial Arts History

Martial Arts Enlightenment: Why the Samurai Warriors Practiced Zen, Part 1

Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

If you’ve ever thought it odd that fearsome samurai warriors were governed by the gentle teachings of Zen, you need to read this post. Prepare to be enlightened!
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Posted in Japanese Martial Arts History.

Spar Like a Shotokan Champion as Kyle Funakoshi Shows You Lightning-Fast Karate Fakes, Kicks and Sweeps!

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

With more than 30 years experience in the martial arts, Gichin Funakoshi’s fifth cousin, Kyle Funakoshi, serves as part of a new generation of masters who’ve cultivated speed and accuracy in the finest traditions of their ancestors.
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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.