annie

Author

An expert guide to foot care for martial artists

By: Nancy Robinson Martial artists subject their bodies to all sorts of physical tests. They do calisthenics to improve cardiovascular strength, pushups for muscle strength, stretching to improve flexibility, and so much more. Focus is so often on protecting and caring for hands, head and torso that a vitally important body part rarely gets the … Continue Reading

0

Mixed Martial Arts Makes Inroads in Baseball Training

Mixed Martial Arts Makes Inroads in Baseball Training By JOE BRESCIA Published: April 12, 2011 Mixed martial arts may be illegal as a competitive sport in some states, but several baseball players are incorporating its fighting methods into their training routines. Adam Dunn of the Chicago White Sox, Brad Penny of the Detroit Tigers and … Continue Reading

0

Tai Chi for those in wheelchairs

Cynthia Quarta began teaching seated tai chi about a dozen years ago when she worked at an assisted living facility. She taught tai chi and other martial arts for years before that, but when she had students in wheelchairs she had to change her curriculum. “Any standing was out of the question,” Quarta said. Quarta … Continue Reading

0

10 Best ‘Karate Kid’ Movie Quotes

Go back in time with these 10 best “Karate Kid” movie quotes. The first “Karate Kid” movie was released in 1984, which later became a trilogy that focused on a bullied teenager and a martial arts master. In 1994 another movie called “The Next Karate Kid” was released, but only had one of the original … Continue Reading

0

An expert guide to foot care for martial artists

0

By: Nancy Robinson Martial artists subject their bodies to all sorts of physical tests. They do calisthenics to improve cardiovascular strength, pushups for muscle strength, stretching to improve flexibility, and so much more. Focus is so often on protecting and caring for hands, head and torso that a vitally important body part rarely gets the … Continue Reading

Mixed Martial Arts Makes Inroads in Baseball Training

0

Mixed Martial Arts Makes Inroads in Baseball Training By JOE BRESCIA Published: April 12, 2011 Mixed martial arts may be illegal as a competitive sport in some states, but several baseball players are incorporating its fighting methods into their training routines. Adam Dunn of the Chicago White Sox, Brad Penny of the Detroit Tigers and … Continue Reading

Tai Chi for those in wheelchairs

0

Cynthia Quarta began teaching seated tai chi about a dozen years ago when she worked at an assisted living facility. She taught tai chi and other martial arts for years before that, but when she had students in wheelchairs she had to change her curriculum. “Any standing was out of the question,” Quarta said. Quarta … Continue Reading

10 Best ‘Karate Kid’ Movie Quotes

0

Go back in time with these 10 best “Karate Kid” movie quotes. The first “Karate Kid” movie was released in 1984, which later became a trilogy that focused on a bullied teenager and a martial arts master. In 1994 another movie called “The Next Karate Kid” was released, but only had one of the original … Continue Reading

Flickr Photos

Recent Tweets

Follow Us On Twitter