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Martial Arts Books and Videos from Turtle Press
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quality martial arts instruction via books and videos
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This is a favorite among boxers and mixed martial artists. They favor it over any other block because they don’t have to commit their arm to swat away an attack. So why shouldn’t we use it all the time? Because it really hurts! 

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Negativa is considered as important as the ginga. It functions as a transitional phase between two moves, to change defence positions fast, move in any direction we wish, make a shortstop to take a closer look at the camará, etc.

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Master Guangzhi Xing leads you through a tai chi warm-up that can be used prior to tai chi practice, as a cool down after martial arts class or as a gentle workout. 

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One of the things that is hard to determine when you are not a medical professional (such as a physician, ATC or PT) is how to judge the seriousness of an injury, and when to seek further medical attention for an injury. 

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Korean kickboxers demonstrate heavy bag punching and elbow striking while instructor Jung Yong-han shares some tips for getting the most out of your heavy bag punching workouts.

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The key to a good balance is in your posture: the alignment of your feet, hips, spine, head and arms. The most important sensory cues are the visual ones. Vision provides your body with a ready means of finding your position relative to the ground. 
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