The Superior Martial Artist

"There are no superior martial arts, only superior martial artists"

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Local retired law enforcement officer achieves Isshin-Ryu 9th degree red belt

Local retired law enforcement officer achieves Isshin-Ryu 9th degree red belt

Honeycutt, a twice-retired law enforcement officer, earned his Ku-Dan and a Lifetime Achievement Award recently at a ceremony in Oak Ridge. It’s a discipline that very well might have saved his life a time or two during his police career. Earning his Ku-Dan was no easy feat.

Would YOU be able to defend yourself? Martial arts pro reveals the top five self-defence moves every woman should know

Five self defence moves every woman should know

We all want to be able to protect ourselves but most of us wouldn’t know where to start, so Fabulous teamed up with martial art instructor Jai Chan to find out the five most useful self defence moves. Put your arm up in a 45 degree angle to block the slap.

Tom DeBlass Calms A Belligerent Drunk

Tom DeBlass Calms A Belligerent Drunk

If Tom DeBlass knows anything – besides a ton of Brazilian jiu-jitsu – it’s that violence is always a last resort. This is something that some martial artists forget, especially ever since knocking some guy out cold in the street or “teaching some punk a lesson” could earn you fifteen minutes of fame on Facebook.

KARATE: No signs of slowing down for Sensei Crowley despite his 50 years in martial arts

KARATE: No signs of slowing down for Sensei Crowley despite his 50 years in martial arts

HIGHLY-RESPECTED and long-serving karate instructor Steve Crowley celebrates more than 50 years in martial arts, testament to his unwavering commitment and motivation to bestow his wisdom on to the next generation. Born in Eastleach, the 77-year-old Sensei founded the karate school Heikina Ki Kai in 1978, where it now resides in Fairford.

 

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