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Martial Arts Book Review: Floor Fighting by Marc "Animal" MacYoung

Being the author of several books on the martial arts and fighting, I am always looking for books of exceptional quality to add to my library. If I have a book in my library, it's definitely worth owning. One such book is Marc ?Animal? Mac Young?s, "Floor Fighting."As you may well know from my previous reviews of Marc?s books, one of the things that I absolutely love about his style of writing is his no-holds barred direct approach to getting his point across. There is never any sugarcoating or politically correct terminology is his books. He simply tells it like it is, whether you like it or not.Once again, Marc gives you a no-holds barred look at the reality of fighting and surviving on the street. This book focuses on the subject of fighting on the ground, which as most of us know, is where the vast majority of fights end up. As with all of his books, Marc really gives you an in-depth look at the principles behind the techniques that he explains in his books. This is one of the true tests of a quality martial arts or self-defense book.The Basics:In this section, Marc goes over with you the four laws of surviving a trip or fall to the ground. He also goes over the techniques for rolling backward, forward, to the side, and over your shoulder. As always, the principles behind these techniques are gone over in great detail.Breaking Grips:This section not only shows you the techniques for breaking someone?s grip on you, but also the four things that are likely to happen if you don?t break their grip. One unique item I found very practical was that if you aren?t able to break free from someone?s grip, punch out of it. This is very practical and useful information. Marc also includes a brief section on how to deal with advanced grips.Spoiling the Dance:If you do end up falling down to the ground, this section supplies you with the principles and techniques that you can use to increase your chances of landing on top of your opponent, rather than on the bottom. Marc also shows you how to increase the damage to your opponent by using your elbows and knees on him when you fall. Also included in this section are techniques on how to roll with the impact of falling, gaining and keeping your distance from your opponent until you are able to get back to your feet, and how to deal with someone who knows how to throw you.Floor work:This section covers several areas such as;1. Offensive and Defensive Ranges.
2. What happens when you hit the floor.
3. Countering, deflect the attack rather than blocking it.
4. Best floor fighting position.
5. Triangle Defense.
6. How to defend against the stomping kick.
7. Offensive Ground Techniques.Wrasslin?:In this section Marc goes over some of the things to do and not to do when rolling around on the ground with your opponent. This includes generally speaking not punching your opponent, except for the use of hooks and uppercuts. Although you can make good use of the ground mauling techniques that Marc goes over in this section.Keeping Your Man Down on the Ground:Marc makes a very valid point here in the fact that once you have your opponent on the ground, make sure he stays down until after you have safely left the area or until you have ascertained that he is no longer a threat. Marc also takes a look at the very real possibility that you are the one who ends up on the ground. If this happens, he explains how not to get up from the ground and why. As well as, how to get up safely with minimal chance of getting hurt while doing so.As with all of Marc?s books and this one is no exception, it is loaded with tons of very good practical information that would be a definite asset to anyone wanting to improve their self-defense skills.Shawn Kovacich has been practicing the martial arts for over 25 years and currently holds the rank of 4th degree (Yodan) black belt in both Karate and Tae Kwon Do. Shawn has also competed in such prestigious full-contact bare knuckle karate competitions as the Shidokan Open and the Sabaki Challenge, among others. In addition to his many accomplishments, Shawn is also a two time world record holder for endurance high kicking as certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. Shawn is the author of the highly acclaimed Achieving Kicking Excellence? series and can be reached via his web site at: http: / / www.kickingbooks.com

Marc can be reached via his web site at: No Nonsense Self-Defense

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Should You Notify Your Attacker That You Are Trained In The Martial Arts?

According to some ?experts? in the field of self-defense, you should notify your potential attacker that you are in fact trained in the martial arts and that if provoked, you will use that training to defend yourself. Now I consider this advice to be akin to taking a knife and cutting across your own throat to see if it is sharp enough. Sure, you?ll find out the answer to that one, but only once.I have just finished reviewing a book (check out my list of articles and you will see it) which focused on the possible legal ramifications of using your martial arts training for self-defense. Although I found the book an overall winner, there was one particular piece of advice that the author gave that just stuck in my craw and wouldn?t let loose. That advice was to notify your attacker that you were a trained martial artist and that if he continued to pursue his aggressive attack, that you would indeed defend yourself.Now I am generally not one to go around calling things or people stupid, but in this case, I am unable to find anything else that fits. I mean hey if you are going to do that, why don?t you just go down and have a professional resume made that lists all of your training, prior fight experiences, what your intended method of defending yourself is in any given situation, your current level of physical fitness, how many boards you can break, etc. Then have several copies made (be sure and use really nice paper) put them in a nice folder so that they don?t get bent or crinkled. Now carry them around with you wherever you go. Then if you are faced with a potential attacker, they will be readily available.For example, let?s say you are faced with the following situation. You are walking to your car after a hard day at work when all of a sudden you see a man approaching you. He walks up to you and here is a transcript of what happens:NOTE: The capital ?A? stands for attacker and the capital ?Y? stands for you.A. Hey man, got any cash you can spare?Y. Sorry, I just got off of work and I don?t get paid till Friday.A. Give me your wallet man, or I?ll bust you in the head.Y. Sir, before you continue with this course of action. Might I direct your attention to this (at this point you pull out your martial arts resume).A. What?s that man?Y. Well sir, this is my martial arts resume.A. What?s that, like a Bruce Lee thing?Y. Well sort of, this is a list of all of the training I?ve had over the past 10 years and the current belt rank that I hold in this art. I have also been involved in several altercations that you can see I have listed on these last two pages. All of which resulted in an extended stay at the hospital for my opponents. Now as you look on page 14, you will see that I am capable of breaking four 1 inch pine boards with my fist. Now I must advice you that if you continue to pursue this particular course of action, I will be forced to defend myself. Do you understand that?A. Yeah, I think so.Y. Good, now would you mind signing this piece of paper here that says I showed you my resume and that I have explained it to you and that you understand the ramifications of pursuing this current course of action?A. Uh, okay.Y. Okay great you have now signed this document. Now what would you like to do?A. Uh, can I go home now?Y. Sure go right ahead and thank you sir for you time and you have a great day.Now doesn?t this sound like a really swell idea that you can use effectively on the street in a real life self-defense situation? Well I don?t know about you, but I just can?t wait to try it out. As a matter of fact, I have already done the rough draft on my resume and am just fine tuning it now. By the way, does anyone know how to spell Lord-High-Grand-Exalted-Pooh-Bah 27th ? degree gold belt in the mystical art of You-Can-Die-Just-By-My-Looking-At-You-Do.Now I have to put this last paragraph in here as a disclaimer to anyone who read this and thought that I was actually serious, instead of inflecting this article with heavily laden sarcasm. If you actually thought that this was a good course of action, seek professional help immediately before you get yourself or someone else hurt. This type of move is what comedian Carlos Mencia would label as a, ?Dee Dee Dee? type of move. Which if you don?t know what I am referring to, rent his DVD?s or watch his show on Comedy Central.I do not under any circumstances recommend that you pre-warn your potential attacker that you are trained in the martial arts. As you may well know, the greatest element to have on your side in any battle whether it is a one-on-one situation, or one army against another, and that is the element of surprise!Here is another example of how the above mentioned situation could be played out.A. Hey man, got any cash you can spare?Y. Sorry, I just got off of work and I don?t get paid till Friday.A. Give me your wallet man, or I?ll bust you in the head.Y. BAM! POW! ZAP! (Your attacker is now either running away, or lying unconscious on the ground while you get in your car and drive safely away).?Holy Hot Topics Batman, this guy knows what he is talking about.? ?That he does boy wonder. That he does.?And yes, those are Batman and Robin references.Shawn Kovacich has been practicing the martial arts for over 25 years and currently holds the rank of 4th degree (Yodan) black belt in both Karate and Tae Kwon Do. Shawn has also competed in such prestigious full-contact bare knuckle karate competitions as the Shidokan Open and the Sabaki Challenge, among others. In addition to his many accomplishments, Shawn is also a two time world record holder for endurance high kicking as certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. Shawn is the author of the highly acclaimed Achieving Kicking Excellence? series and can be reached via his web site at: http: / / www.kickingbooks.com

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Attending Your First Class of Capoeira

Ones experience when attending class for the first time can be intimidating and confusing. The main reason for this is due to the fact Capoeira uses moves that are unfamiliar to most people outside of Brazil. Even moves that may seem simple, like ginga and role, are difficult to master even after months of practicing. Though someone new is usually nurtured on their way to becoming a capoeirista, the first class my seem like being thrown into the deep end of a pool. This should not discourage the beginner for this feeling is felt by almost everyone at first. Every one new to Capoeira has to start at ground zero.There are fortunately certain previous activities and skills that do aid in the acceleration towards being a good Capoeira player. For instance, having a background in gymnastics or break dancing will help in some of the acrobatic portion of Capoeira. However, most Capoeira acrobatics tend to be less formal than those found in gymnastics. Also, having a background in dance or other martial arts leads to having better kicks and understanding the concept of our martial art. A person with a well fit body or sports background may find it easier to adapt to the physical demands. Music ability may help in understanding the Capoeira rhythm as well as learning to play the instruments (berimbau, atabaque, and pandeiro). It is important to understand that everyone excels through Capoeira at their own individual pace. Some abilities come easier to some than others.Something else to keep in mind, when attending classes for the first time, is that the body needs time to adjust to the movements. Most beginners experience some level of muscle pain and fatigue. Muscles that you didn?t even know existed tend to hurt. This is due to the foreign movements that Capoeira demands on the body. Please do not be discouraged by fatigue. The body just needs time to adjust.The first experiences of training Capoeira should be encouraging and beneficial. The feeling of confusion and questions, like ?How will I get my body to do these moves??, are normal. It should be suggested that a beginner invest at least a months worth of classes before they decide if Capoeira is for them. Committing to train in this art form will be beneficial and enjoyable, but it is not for everyone. We all must find what helps us to enrich our mind, body, and soul.Chris Richards is the co-owner of http: / / www.capoeiracapoeira.com .Visit CapoeiraCapoeira.com for Capoeira Moves and Capoeira Music.

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Capoeira Safety

Capoeira is very hard on the body, especially the knees and joints. Beginners often find out that after a short time of practicing capoeira moves, their bodies become tense and sore. Therefore, it is very important to stretch thoroughly after warming up, and again after your capoeira workout. Make sure that you go all the way down the body from the neck to the ankles. Make sure to pay special attention to the waist, hips, hamstrings, quads, knees, ankles, and especially the lower back.It is also important to get out of kicks the right way. When practicing sequencias and even in the roda, make sure that your back is always to the kick (unless you are more advanced and doing this on purpose). At first this can be very hard, since there are so many things to think about in the roda. But even if you are a little late, make sure that you turn your back to the kick, so that you can train your mind and body to react the ?right? way when faced with pressure.Another thing to be aware of, especially in capoeira regional, is that generally, kicks should be aimed above your opponent?s waist. Therefore, when you see your partner doing an ?au?(cartwheel), or a cocorhina (crouching defensive move), don?t try to kick his / her head off. It sounds like common sense, but you would be surprised how many times people get kicked while in very low positions. While this is not an official rule of capoeira (regional), it is a good way of not letting a fun game degrade into a fight.J.J. Richards is the co-owner of http: / / www.capoeiracapoeira.com .Visit CapoeiraCapoeira.com for Capoeira Moves and Capoeira Music.

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Martial Arts - Do They Make You A Fighter?

For many people who see martial artists they immediately
assume that they can apply complex martial skills in a
street situation.The more complicated the skills the more impressive it
looks and so to the uneducated onlooker it may appear
as if these people could easily defend themselves in a
pub, club, or on the street against unprovoked attack.Of course, after years of training, the reality is a
bit of a paradox. The more advanced you become in terms
of martial skills often the less able you become at dealing
with raw, 'in your face', violent encounters.At the risk of offending people I think this is often
more applicable to those martial systems whereby accumulation
of techniques is the way to advance in grades.Even full contact systems, or those arts that utilise an
'alive' method of training are at risk of still not being
able to apply things where it really matters as the actual
environment is different.I remember being out having a few drinks with my friends
as it was one of their birthdays and, all of a sudden,
this drunk idiot and trouble maker came over and
started questioning us (essentially an interview process)
and testing us to 'sniff out' weakness.This was his world. No bells. No whistles. No trophies.NO REASON.When my mate answered him with (perceived) disrespect he
got a sudden heavy slap across his face and it kicked off.The guy got thrown out. We were all glad I guess.The point is this.This known trouble maker could never win a Ju Jutsu
tournament.He could never be a champion boxer.He probably didn't know an armlock from a padlock but
he could deliver unprovoked, effective, violence when
in the real world.FAST!Bear this article in mind when considering whether
the martial training you currently do addresses the
issue of street violence and develops the correct
mindset.(c) Tim Webb 2006Are You Interested In Ju Jutsu And What It Can Offer You?Are You Unsure Of What It Involves And Would Like To Learn
More?If You Answered Yes Then Click Here For More Details
http: / / www.JuJutsu-Training.com

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Zatoichi Sword

Zatoichi is a fictional character featured in one of Japan's longest running series of films and a television series set in the Edo period. The great popularity of the character has been likened to that of James Bond in Western countries. Yet, Zatoichi has become commonly associated with one actor: Shintaro Katsu. The only other actor to portray Zatoichi in the movies is Takeshi Kitano, after a pause of almost 15 years.

Zatoichi seems to be just a harmless blind masseur who rambles around Japan getting a living by gaming. But he is also extremely skilful in swordsmanship (iaijutsu), his blade concealed inside his cane. Cane swords, or shikomizue, were straight, lower-quality weapons, which stood no comparison with usual katanas, but as revealed in Zatoichi's Cane Sword, his weapon was created very meticulously by a master swordsmith. A recurring theme of both the movies and television series show Zatoichi protecting the villagers from cruel warring clans fighting for overlordship and general injustice.

The Shikomizue (Japanese prepared cane) is a Japanese hidden sword looking like a cane or walking stick. It was sometimes worn by government officials in Japan in the Meiji period.

The name Shikomizue is actually the name of a type of mounting, the sword blade was placed in a cane-like mounting (tsue), to conceal the fact that it was a sword. This cheat was used almost exclusively during the Meiji period, when carrying of swords wasn't allowed. The blades used in these mountings were usually of poor quality.

This type of trick was most often used at the time when samurais who disagree with the prohibition on carrying their swords in an open manner but knew that obvious violation of the law usually led to incarceration and miserable death.

It is the sword used by the fictional character Zatoichi, a blind masseur. It has also appeared a few times in the anime and manga series Rurouni Kenshin. In another anime series, Bleach, Kisuke Urahara's zanpakutou is a shikomizue, when not in shikai form.
James Peterson is a true swords lover. To read more articles about swords and swords history visit the Swords blog - Sharpblades.net. Also you can find a great number of japanease swords at the amazing Swords Shop

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The Best Way to Develop a Treadmill Exercise Plan

A treadmill is a good investment to make but you want to be sure that you have the right treadmill exercise plan for you. Early treadmills were made almost entirely of wood and whilst today’s machines now offer a vast array of features to keep you occupied, let's not forget that walking or running on a treadmill is still a very effective way to workout.Developing your Treadmill Exercise PlanWhen developing your treadmill exercise plan, do not forget the fun factor. Exercise can be boring for some people so try reading a magazine during the warm-up and cool-down stages or even watching TV or listening to music. For those busy professionals, some treadmills contain a laptop stand so you can continue to work during your treadmill exercise plan!Most people however, are serious about their exercise and do not want the distraction of the entertainment factors. Some ideas for a good treadmill exercise plan may be:- Always start your exercise routine slowly and only after stretching properly.- Complete your plan over a moderate distance. Start by walking normally, building up to a faster paced walk, a slow jog and then up to running speed. Reverse this process for your cool-down stage.- Interval treadmill exercise plan - you need to change your speeds here, say, run at a sprinting pace for one minute and then reduce to a moderate jogging pace for two minutes to cool down. For a different effect, try reducing to a slow jog or walking pace. Look at adjusting the intensity of these intervals.- Sustained speed exercise - whilst the interval method can burn off more calories, incorporating sustained speed in your treadmill exercise plan will help develop stamina.- Brisk exercise - a ten minute treadmill run three times a week markedly raises the good HDL cholesterol and helps protect from heart attacks.- When the endorphins start to kick in, try replacing a moderate run for a sprint.- Consider when you like to exercise - this will help to maintain interest so that your treadmill exercise plan is not easily forgotten.Everyone has there own preference for physical exercise whether it be interval or sustained training, before, during or after work etc. but if you develop an exercise plan to fit in with these preferences, your whole workout will become more enjoyable and interesting. Do not be too restrictive though as you will want the flexibility to modify your treadmill exercise plan from time to time to fit in with your physical training and boredom threshold needs.If you need more information or resources concerning treadmills or health & fitness, please visit http: / / www.TreadmillCafe.com

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Running And Back Pain: Check Your Technique For A Likely Cause

Running and back pain are mentioned in the same sentence more often than they really should be. Running is an excellent activity for staying in shape and for many it provides a lifetime of enjoyment, challenges and purpose. For others it?s either a short-lived activity or a stop-start routine due to injury.If you experience back pain whilst running or following a session check out the common causes below:-
Worn or inappropriate running shoes
Trying to hold yourself upright
Pushing forward to run
Too much bounce in your stride
Running whilst carrying an injuryStart with the easy options such as changing your shoes. If your running shoes are worn out or not suitable for you they will not absorb the constant shock of the impact with the road causing compression and jarring in the discs in your spine. Visit a good running shop and ask to have your running technique assessed so they can recommend the best shoe for you.If changing your running shoes does not help get yourself checked out by a physical therapist for any hidden injury problems. If you still experience back pain whilst running the most sensible thing to do is to assess your technique.Is it your technique?For most runners it?s lower back pain that causes the most problems. I believe there are two main causes for this in relation to running technique.1. Trying to hold the torso upright in the style of Michael Johnson by tightening the lower back muscles. It is now accepted by most coaches that Johnson?s upright technique, once considered unconventional, is a very efficient way to run. However, if you look at how Johnson?s technique evolved you will see that he used his lower back less and less to achieve it.To achieve an upright running style without tightening your lower back you need to ?let go? of the muscles likely to collapse your torso forward. The latissimus dorsi muscles are then able to perform their proper function to maintain your ?effortless up? - this will take all the stress off your lower back.2.Another cause of lower back pain for runners is the thought that running is about going forward, okay of course it is, but it doesn?t require you to ?push? forward to do it. Running is really about passing a force into the ground and using the hip, knee and ankle joints to translate that into a forward motion.Golden Rule: Use the ground and not your back!Your running technique could be the cause of your problem. Once you can develop an efficient, relaxed style you may find that running and back pain are no longer mentioned in the same breath.Roy Palmer is a teacher of The Alexander Technique and has studied performance enhancement in sport for the last 10 years. His new book Zone Mind, Zone Body (Ecademy Press) questions the conventional fitness wisdom so many of us follow. More information about how you can improve your running can be found by clicking Running Technique.

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