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    The Use Of Qi Energy In Martial Arts Applications

    Part 1 By Richard M. Mooney I have been studying Asian martial arts disciplines since 1970, and meditative disciplines since 1987. In the past twelve years of cultivating qi (internal energy, also o ...

    by Shane Clapson
    Wednesday, 10 October 2012
  • Dojo Kun - Be Faithful

    Dojo Kun - literal translation means "training hall rules". There are five main rules that serve as guiding principles for all who train in the dojo. Although they are usually listed in a set order, n ...

    by Sensei Frank
    Friday, 27 April 2012
  • Ghandi's 7 Dangers to Human Virtue

    I think this sums it all up really, what do you think? ...

    by Beth Johnson
    Sunday, 15 April 2012
  • Training the basics

    One of the main challenges around training is know when to do what for how long. Please understand that martial arts is a time expensive activity and because of that people like me who have chosen to ...

    by Jory
    Wednesday, 19 October 2011
  • Health and Fitness

    It is important to understand the distinction between aerobic and anaerobic exercise, between endurance and power. Aerobic exercise is moderate exercise sustained over time and sustains endurance, ...

    by David Dumolo
    Wednesday, 27 April 2011
  • What do you know to be true?

    Page 47 five important questions for progression and evolution: 1) Question what you hold to be true. Do I challenge my beliefs, or am I stuck within them? How do I respond to new ideas? Am I too ri ...

    by Sue Glatt
    Tuesday, 04 January 2011
  • Children's Aikido - The lessons I have learned and how they have affected my own aikido

    When I began teaching children Aikido I was entering a journey into the unknown. I had watched a video and read some articles, however at the end of the day I was an absolute beginner. I knew the chil ...

    by Big Boss
    Monday, 18 October 2010
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