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Tag Archives: karate

Better Martial Arts Through Psychology: A Concise Guide to Improving Your Techniques

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

Drilling will take you and your students a long way toward becoming better martial arts technicians, but it’s not all you need. The psychological guidelines presented here are essential to efficient learning.
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Posted in Martial Arts Techniques.

Southern Shaolin Temple: Searching for China’s Real Contribution to Karate, Part 3

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Continuing their account of their martial arts research trip to Asia, the authors land in southern China and find that two facilities are vying for the name Southern Shaolin Temple.
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Posted in Shaolin Kung Fu.

Thomas LaPuppet: Remembering a Pioneer of American Karate and Fighter From the Legendary Tong Dojo

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

Thomas LaPuppet had a long and impressive resume: U.S. Marine, New York firefighter, actor, bodyguard for Donald Trump, not to mention shotokan standout, international karate referee, Black Belt Hall of Famer and mentor to thousands of young martial artists.
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Posted in Martial Arts History.