Tutorials

The Round Back Kick

The Round Back Kick

The round back kick when done correctly is one of the most powerful kicking techniques in martial arts, and just like every other technique, it goes by different names for different fighting styles.

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How To Do A Roundhouse Kick

How To Do A Roundhouse Kick

The roundhouse kick is one of the most commonly used kicking techniques in martial arts due to its ease of use, range speed, as well as decent power. It is a rotational kick whose mechanics and motions are similar to a soccer kick. It involves a combination of flexibility, balance, coordinating and timing.

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How to Carry out the Side Kick

How to Carry out the Side Kick

The side kick, also known as the twist kick is one of the three basic kicking techniques for beginners in almost every form of martial arts.

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How to Carry out the Front Snap Kick

How to Carry out the Front Snap Kick

The front snap kick is recognized as one of the most common and basic kicking techniques in martial arts, and it is used in almost every fighting style including the Taekwondo, Karate, Kickboxing and the Muay Thai.

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Fitness with Resistance

Fitness with Resistance

Join Matt for some fitness training utilising very simple effective techniques which can give you great results

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Fitness and Core Strength

Fitness and Core Strength

Watch Matt’s intro as he takes us through a martial arts circuit training routine with 3 different exercises offering great results. Then stay tuned and do the workout with him.

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22  Day Push Up Challenge

22 Day Push Up Challenge

Most of you would be aware that we became involved with the 22-day push up challenge. Many of you also got on board to support this very important cause.

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Chung-Mu Hon

Chung-Mu Hon

Chung-Mu (or Choong-Moo) was the name given to the great Admiral Yi Sun-sin of the Yi Dynasty. He was reputed to have invented the first armoured battleship (Kobukson) in 1592, which is said to be the precursor of the present day submarine.

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Poomsae Koryo

Poomsae Koryo

Poomsae Koryo symbolises seonbae which means a learned man, who is characterised by a strong martial spirit as well as a righteous spirit.

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Poomsae Keumgang

Poomsae Keumgang

Keumgang, meaning diamond, is symbolised by hardness. Mount Keumgang, which is regarded as the centre of the national spirit and the origin of Keumgang Yoksa (warrior named by Buddha) who represents the mightiest warrior, is the spiritual foundation of this form.

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