I would welcome the opportunity to answer questions regarding mixed martial arts (MMA) styles and traditional aspects of Karate, Tae Kwon-Do, and Self-Defense.
Criminologist. Professor of Criminal Justice. Licensed Private Detective with expansive clientele base encompassing hundreds of cases. Donates resources and time to the Children's Rescue Network in Orlando, FL. Defensive & control tactics instructor training LEO's, private citizens, and corporations since 1997. Shodan rank (1st Dan) in Karate(1st Degree Black Belt).
Serves on the Board of Directors for the National Institute of Martial Arts Scholars with Dr. John Landry: http://www.martialartsscholars.org/Home_Page.html
Associate of Science; Bachelor of Arts; Master of Science, Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree.
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M., I understand your confusion and it is not misplaced. From the details of your question it is clear that you understand that proper technique and power equate to proper form and function. You have
Ron, I have never heard of any Instructor telling his or her student that stretching reduces or "spoils" the strength of a kick. I disagree with that training philosophy. You should continue to stretch
David, I have heard of Keysi Fighting Techniques. The Keysi Fighting Method (KFM) is a form of self-defense heavily based on street fighting techniques and natural instincts. KFM was founded by Justo
David, That is a good question and I will try to answer it as plainly as possible to avoid confusing you or myself. A move is a movement of a body part to achieve a particular purpose or goal such
Dear Sensei Current, Unfortunately it sounds like another one of those situations where we have to travel through "treacherous waters." Often it is an unpleasant but all too common part of life at
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