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Tag Archives: Lua

The ancient Hawaiian art of lua revolves around breaking bones and dislocating joints. Lua's repertoire spans the spectrum of combat techniques, from boxing and wrestling to kicking and throwing. It also teaches weapons, including the oar, spear, club, sling and strangling cord. Lua resembles some modern Japanese martial arts. It incorporates elements similar to those of karate, judo, jujutsu, aikido and kendo. Lua practitioners are also masters of the massage; massage is the yin to lua's yang.Lua master Solomon Kaihewalu introduced the art to the American public in 1963, when he was stationed at an Air Force base in Colorado.

Savate: From the Back Alleys of France to the Martial Arts World

Monday, May 19th, 2014

Most martial artists know that savate is the official fighting art of France, but they’d likely be hard-pressed to provide any further details. Savate expert Salem Assli is here to help fill you in on the rest!
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Posted in General Martial Arts History, Savate, Western Martial Arts History.

Way of the Ninja: Strategies for a Better Life Today

Monday, May 12th, 2014

Tree climbing and throwing stars aside, ninjutsu encompasses principles of psychological self-defense that even the military use. Such valuable skills are readily available to you, too. Start changing your design for living right here!
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Posted in Japanese Martial Arts.

Ninjutsu Training Tips Anyone Can Use!

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Ninjutsu was born into a world enveloped in war. Because of its violent childhood, ninjutsu techniques focused on methods that worked in the worst situations. Learn how YOU can apply them to your martial arts training!
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Posted in Ninjutsu.