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Why should I practice basics?

There is a reason everyone talks about fundamentals being the most important aspect of the Martial Arts. It's quite simply because they have the highest probability of success. That wrist lock after catching a punch... low probability. No matter who you are, with 50 years of training or 1 ...

Q&A: Bruce Lee, Ark Wong, and Ed Parker

Here is another round of questions answered by three people. Ron Chapél answers the bulk. Ed Parker Jr (Paxtial Arts) answers a question about himself. Finally, Guru Dan Inosanto (Inosanto Academy) answers a simple question about Bruce Lee. 

Uniting the Martial Arts with Dr. Carl Totten

In this episode I chat with Dr. Carl Totton about his history in the arts and his currents goal of bringing back all aspects of the arts from harming to healing. Dr. Totton has had the same school in the same location for over 35 years. While the McDojo's ...

Doug Wong: History

Grandmaster Douglas Wong started his Martial Arts career in the 1950's and continues to this day. If you haven't looked at his historical photos on his facebook page I strongly suggest that you do. For some it will be a trip down memory lane. For others it will ...

Q&A: Kenpo

Getting answers straight from those "who were there" is tough today, unless you have the connections to call the right people. Fortuneately, through my association with Ron Chapél I can make those calls. So lets kick off the first Q&A session. Email me your questions at Brad@MartialMoves ...

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