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Drilling the many moving components of passing the guard with guest instructor Steve Newman @ Arashi-Do Martial Arts in Calgary, Deerfoot North. #bjj #sylviobehring #arashidobehring #calgarynartialarts #calgarybjj #arashido
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Indeed, most precious and most needed!
This #GivingTuesday, consider donating your most precious asset...your time. http://bit.ly/1ImKw2q
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Body Hook!

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Some music just touches the soul.

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Oh, yeah...these guys are good!

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Buakaw. Nothing more meeds ot be said
* See videos embedded in article ....

BUAKAW vs. "STONE COLD" STEVE MOXON. (Australia)

MOXON is considered one of the top kick boxers. ( Hmmm? Looks like he's trying to find a way out of the ring with Buakaw.)

Buakaw can be a terror in the ring:

🎥 http://youtu.be/4LJ4tZEgxlQ


Buakaw can be a gentle kid in the ring:

🎥http://youtu.be/tajkzOf2JBk
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Here you go, Sylvio da Matta Behring!

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I did not know...
The traditional Thai words that describe the moves of Muay Thai:



🎥 Video - Tony Jaa here describes & executes some ancient Muay Thai moves in the ONG BAK film - The examples were graphic descriptions from nature and life to help the fighter to recall the moves.

What Jaa is shouting out are some of following classical Muay Thai stances:

E.G. Grounded Feet, Crocodile Tail, Elephant Face, Hanuman's Ring, Bolting Horse, The Ogre's Sword, The Fall of Hera, Soldiers Marching and Mad Elephant.

* Muay Thai is ‘The science of 8 limbs’ – a Thai fighting style developed over thousands of years. No one knows exactly when Muay Thai was first practiced but it was considered a high art and part of the Thai Royal Court curriculum from around 1238AD. Apart from hand to hand uses in warfare, Muay Thai was considered a prestigious activity - with former Kings of Thailand sending their sons to train with temple monks as it was believed that bravery and fitness from training would lead to great and brave rulers.



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Good ol' Nova Scotia boys learning the drive through window at Tim's!
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