My youngest child drove to work this morning. Her after-school and weekend job is across town at the martial arts school where we’ve both been training since she was five. We drove through Sydney, from the trees and water of the land just north of the Parramatta River, the riverRead More →

Insight: Uganda National Judo Team Head Coach, Janek Novak (of the Czech Republic), who is also attached to the Police Judo Club, believes that the competition which involved players from Germany, Australia, New Zealand and other players will help Ugandan players learn crucial skills. Three Ugandan judokas have successfully returnedRead More →

Dwayne “DJ” Holman Jr. describes himself as a “true Montclairian”. The 34-year-old professional boxer grew up in Montclair, attending Watchung School and Buzz Aldrin Middle School (known at the time as Mt. Hebron) and graduated from Montclair High School in 2006. And when he started training his clients one-on-one inRead More →

UFC GOAT Georges St-Pierre once took footwork advice from Bellator Kickboxing legend Raymond Daniels. Georges St-Pierre is not done fighting. He is still evolving as a martial arts practitioner. Although he retired from active competition years ago, the UFC GOAT remains on point with his MMA skills. In fact, heRead More →

Ethical philosopher, author, holder of two doctorates, professor and chair of the Department of African Studies at California State University, Long Beach, Maulana Karenga (file photo) This column, on this our 57e anniversary and in this the 228e demanding season of the just and relentless struggle of our We organization,Read More →

THE WOODLANDS, TX – Former U.S. Marine Joe Morris dedicated his adult life to defending people. Today, he takes his training, dedication and passion and teaches those same people how to defend themselves. Whatever your age or skill level, Joe Morris will teach you how to defend yourself Just aRead More →

Cobra-Kai the fifth season challenges the bell for the end. So many plot threads have been resolved, and there are only a few things left to settle. Of course, there has been no confirmation that the 6th season will be the last. And yet, many lessons have already paid off.Read More →

Apple TV+ shares a first look at “Lessons in Chemistry,” a new drama series starring and produced by Academy Award-winning Brie Larson Lewis Pullman, Aja Naomi King, Stephanie Koenig, Patrick Walker, Thomas Mann, Kevin Sussman and Beau Bridges complete the ensemble cast for the new seriesRead More →

Olena Zelenska Pavlo_Bagmut/Ukrinform/Barcroft Media via Getty Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska worries about her son’s new desire to become a soldier. “Before the war, my son used to go to the folk dance ensemble. He played the piano. He learned English. Of course, he went to a sports club,” ZelenskaRead More →

Curiously, as Short reveals in the book’s exhaustive section detailing Putin’s political maneuverings, he may well owe his success to being this black hole of charisma. After a career in the KGB, he served as a fixer to two truly charismatic figures in Russian politics – first Anatoly Sobchak, MayorRead More →

When a hand becomes a fist, it’s not always looking for a fight. Sometimes it’s about helping young people find meaning in their lives. If that sounds like a mixed message, it’s not. It’s a mixed martial arts message, and the man behind a local ministry is spreading the word.Read More →

A self-defense and fitness class is offering its first free session to female students at Blackburn Sports and Leisure Center tomorrow. Z’s Defense Academy, which won the Blackburn with Darwen Sports Council’s ‘Contribution to Active Communities’ Award in May, is a newly formed community organization and charity that offers self-defence,Read More →

EventsMay 03, 2022 Filipino Club and RAWC host Escrima Lessons Written by: Samantha Contreras Through a partnership between a student club and a passionate professional, students at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith had the opportunity to learn escrima, a form of traditional Filipino martial arts, while throughout theRead More →

Students practice huagun as physical exercise at the playground of Xichang Elementary School in Chengdong Township, Hai’an, Jiangsu Province in November 2020. [Photo by ZHAI HUIYONG/FOR CHINA DAILY] Su Jinghan, an 11-year-old Chinese girl, goes to school with two colored sticks every day. The sticks, about 40 centimeters long, calledRead More →

Posted by Fast and Up | Lyrics of Vanshika Jain March 14, 2022 | 13:17:43 IST “> “> “data-post-id=”1160557″> “data-post-id=”1160557″> Here’s a look at our #1 hero’s fitness mantras for a healthy lifestyle 1 / 5 What comes to mind when you think of Varun Dhawan (and, let’s be honest,Read More →

Unexpectedly, Ukraine continues to resist Russia’s overwhelming military might. The article examines what makes Ukrainian President Zelenskyy an inspiring leader for our times. Throughout history, across the ideological spectrum, leaders have conditioned us to expect less of them. We became disappointed after they promised so much, then in a surgeRead More →

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Devotees thronged the gurdwaras, especially the LIG gurdwara, as the Sikh community observed Shaheedi Diwas of Chaar Sahibzaade from midnight Sunday evening. As part of this event, parents were trained to learn from Guru Gobind Singh and help their children to become aware and confident. The communityRead More →

January was National Mentoring Month, but the spirit and benefits of mentoring can be celebrated year-round. In my professional life, I specialize in leadership development, but my best and humblest lessons in mentoring have come from practicing martial arts. These lessons can be easily practiced whether you set foot inRead More →

Much is made of the judo code: all the characteristics of judoka and the transferable values ​​with which the sports community is associated. But where and how are these lessons learned? Each lesson shapes a judoka. Sometimes we don’t see the lesson coming, it just comes along and we takeRead More →

BARRHEAD schoolchildren are swapping their notebooks for judo lessons, thanks to the Active Schools team at East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure. Students from St John’s Primary and Carlibar Primary get busy with weekly judo lessons at Barrhead Foundry, supported by the local Sporting Judo Barrhead club. Instructor Tommy Gillan hasRead More →

TANNER MONDOK | Herald Paige Bigley, Weber’s chief martial arts instructor, instructs the children in a class Monday at Weber’s ATA Martial Arts Academy in Hermitage. ERMITAGE – When Christian Weber was 12, his mother told him he would spend his evenings scrubbing bathrooms and sweeping floors after school. HeRead More →