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It Only Looks Dangerous

By DAVID ZINCZENKO Published: April 1, 2011 MIXED martial arts is one of the fastest-growing sports in America. Yet for years the New York State Legislature has refused to sanction M.M.A. — making New York one of the last states holding out against the sport’s expansion. (Connecticut is a holdout, too.) After helping to block … Continue Reading

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Mixed Martial Arts for Fitness, Not Combat

MORE than 35 years ago, Bruce Lee’s high-flying moves and sinewy physique popularized martial arts in America. Yet nearly a decade before his 1973 film “Enter the Dragon” inspired Americans to enroll in traditional martial arts such as karate and kung fu, Mr. Lee had abandoned his own kung fu training and embraced an amalgam … Continue Reading

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MMA Training with a Grappling Dummy Gets Better

The Submission Master now comes with enhanced features. PEMBROKE PINES, FL, January 16, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — There is definite good news for people who have been thinking about buying a grappling dummy to help with their MMA training, and this comes in the form of some significant changes that have been made to the previously … Continue Reading

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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

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It Only Looks Dangerous

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By DAVID ZINCZENKO Published: April 1, 2011 MIXED martial arts is one of the fastest-growing sports in America. Yet for years the New York State Legislature has refused to sanction M.M.A. — making New York one of the last states holding out against the sport’s expansion. (Connecticut is a holdout, too.) After helping to block … Continue Reading

Mixed Martial Arts for Fitness, Not Combat

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MORE than 35 years ago, Bruce Lee’s high-flying moves and sinewy physique popularized martial arts in America. Yet nearly a decade before his 1973 film “Enter the Dragon” inspired Americans to enroll in traditional martial arts such as karate and kung fu, Mr. Lee had abandoned his own kung fu training and embraced an amalgam … Continue Reading

MMA Training with a Grappling Dummy Gets Better

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The Submission Master now comes with enhanced features. PEMBROKE PINES, FL, January 16, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — There is definite good news for people who have been thinking about buying a grappling dummy to help with their MMA training, and this comes in the form of some significant changes that have been made to the previously … Continue Reading

Mixed Martial Arts Makes Inroads in Baseball Training

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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

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