You Don’t Need To Be An Expert If You Can Fight Like A Physicist

Martial arts can seem like an illusion. Take, for instance, the competition I saw at the U.S. Open in 2007 in Orlando. A martial artist, a black belt I presumed to be in his 40s, lifted up a plank full of nails and punctured a bottle of water with it. As the water spread out… Continue reading You Don’t Need To Be An Expert If You Can Fight Like A Physicist

Meridian Qigong DVD Features Easy Exercises

These exercises are so easy you don’t even have to get out of bed to do them. In fact, Dr. Yang designed these exercises for your bed! The Meridian Qigong – Combined Qigong, Yoga & Acupressure (YMAA) by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming three-hour DVD features mostly 38 exercises. Dr. Yang combined these exercises from qigong movements,… Continue reading Meridian Qigong DVD Features Easy Exercises

Review: Tai Chi Ball Qigong Book and DVD

I don’t know of a more prolific writer in Chinese martial arts right now than Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, at the YMAA Publication Center. Each of Dr. Yang’s books reveal more about tai chi, qigong, and overall health. This book,┬áTai Chi Ball Qigong: For Health and Martial Arts, delves into much more detail than some of… Continue reading Review: Tai Chi Ball Qigong Book and DVD

Rory Miller Simplifies Joint Locks on DVD

“Joint locks are stupid easy,” says Rory Miller. However, he goes on to say that we (martial artists) complicate them. A corrections officer and author with more than 30 years of martial arts experience, he breaks down joint locks in this 60-minute DVD called Joint Locks by Rory Miller. 3 Types of Joint Locks Hinge… Continue reading Rory Miller Simplifies Joint Locks on DVD