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Disabled Kids Taught Martial Art, With Love

A female martial arts trainer teaches Aikido free of charge to disabled children with hope of integrating them into society. Trung Hieu reports. In a large martial arts training gym at the Sports Club on Ho Xuan Huong Street in HCM City’s District 3, an old woman wearing an Aikido gi (Aikido uniform) patiently guides … Continue Reading

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To the Fighter in Red Go a Few More Spoils

By NICHOLAS BAKALAR Published: August 16, 2008 If you are betting on Olympic tae kwon do, you may do well to consider the color of the fighter’s protective gear. A German study has found that referees consistently favor the fighter wearing red, although the researchers say they are not sure why. In Olympic tae kwon … Continue Reading

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Marital Arts and Physical Fitness

By ANNA LAMY | Hernando Today Published: May 19, 2011 If working out at the gym is not your thing, martial arts can be an engaging alternative to bring more physical activity into your life. According to a recent article published in the JAMA & Archives of Internal Medicine, Tai Chi showed a greater improvement in … Continue Reading

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Mixed Martial Arts Makes Its Way to High School

By JUSTIN PORTER Published: November 17, 2008 WINCHESTER, Mass. — At the high school in this small, pretty and proper-looking town near Boston, a student was being choked by another student — with the school’s permission. Just another meeting of the Winchester High mixed martial arts club, which may be the only of its kind … Continue Reading

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Disabled Kids Taught Martial Art, With Love

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A female martial arts trainer teaches Aikido free of charge to disabled children with hope of integrating them into society. Trung Hieu reports. In a large martial arts training gym at the Sports Club on Ho Xuan Huong Street in HCM City’s District 3, an old woman wearing an Aikido gi (Aikido uniform) patiently guides … Continue Reading

To the Fighter in Red Go a Few More Spoils

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By NICHOLAS BAKALAR Published: August 16, 2008 If you are betting on Olympic tae kwon do, you may do well to consider the color of the fighter’s protective gear. A German study has found that referees consistently favor the fighter wearing red, although the researchers say they are not sure why. In Olympic tae kwon … Continue Reading

Marital Arts and Physical Fitness

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By ANNA LAMY | Hernando Today Published: May 19, 2011 If working out at the gym is not your thing, martial arts can be an engaging alternative to bring more physical activity into your life. According to a recent article published in the JAMA & Archives of Internal Medicine, Tai Chi showed a greater improvement in … Continue Reading

Mixed Martial Arts Makes Its Way to High School

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By JUSTIN PORTER Published: November 17, 2008 WINCHESTER, Mass. — At the high school in this small, pretty and proper-looking town near Boston, a student was being choked by another student — with the school’s permission. Just another meeting of the Winchester High mixed martial arts club, which may be the only of its kind … Continue Reading

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