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Bruce Lee is probably the most influential martial artists of modern times. But was all of his philosophy as new as many people think it is?
There’s much talk of which martial art is best. But what if there’s no best style? What if there’s only a best style for a given individual?
It’s all well & good if we successfully defend ourselves, but what does the law say if we end up seriously hurting or killing that person?
If something has been proven to be successful on the battlefield, then it might appear wise to preserve it.
But is that always the case?
World renowned reality based martial arts instructor Jamie Clubb reviews one of traditional Shotokan Karate’s most dynamic, practical and insightful instructors; John Johnston 7th Dan; with special emphasis on development of the warrior psyche.
I was surprised to see in one of my regional papers today a story about a slightly-built unassuming 15 year old Taekwondo exponent who got the better of a would be mugger. So I thought I’d share it with you.
John Johnston is awarded his 7th Dan Shotokan Karate by Geoff Thompson and Dev Barrett at Dev Barrett’s Dojo in Coventry which is the hometown and birthplace of these 3 great men.
After the outstanding success of the British Combat Association over almost 20 years to bring practical and realistic martial arts to the UK, the WORLD COMBAT ASSOCIATION is now being lauched to give the same support and recognition to pragmatic martial artists all over the world.
A boy who had to learn to walk and talk again after a brain tumour is now heading for a black belt in tae kwon do.