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BLACK BELT MAGAZINE ON FACEBOOK facebook.com/blackbeltmagazine

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  • Infinite networking potential with other martial artists
  • Behind-the-scenes photos from magazine, book and DVD shoots
  • Previews of content from upcoming issues of Black Belt magazine
  • Quotes from martial arts masters of the past and present
  • Links to the newest important stories and martial arts videos at BlackBeltMag.com
  • Polls, giveaways and discount codes for our online store

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BLACK BELT MAGAZINE ON YOUTUBE youtube.com/blackbeltllc

Number of subscribers: 20,000 and climbing! Number of videos uploaded: More than 430! Number of video views to date: Closing in on 6 million! Features:

BLACK BELT MAGAZINE ON TWITTER twitter.com/black_belt_mag

Number of followers: 9,000 and climbing! Features:
  • Multiple bite-size updates daily from the Black Belt staff
  • Direct access to some of Black Belt's best writers and martial arts masters
  • Latest tidbits regarding who's visiting Black Belt and why they're here
  • Curated news and information that you can't find because you're busy working while we're here keeping our thumb on the pulse of the martial arts industry
  • Links to the newest important stories and videos at BlackBeltMag.com, as well as links to the freshest shares at our Facebook page
  • Why Black Belt magazine on Twitter matters: It offers a forum for anonymously calling out the World's Most Dangerous Man, Tim Kennedy, without getting beaten down -- to the best of our knowledge, of course:

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