Emma Carr

Celebrating Women's History Month for Empower Tactical is a daily snapshot into every day working towards equality and respect for women all around the world.
Emma Carr alongside Sifu Damien Chaurémootoo, practices Martial Arts and fitness training to help prevent assaults, build awareness, improve fitness, nurture self confidence, empower women.

Emma's Workout from Empower Tactical

This video is a call out to all women who may sit by the side, encouraging others, their children, their partners and forget that they too matter, that they too have an opportunity to learn a new skill at any point in their life. Whether you were a junior athlete, are a mother or come from a completely sedentary background, Emma Carr, an ICU nurse and mother of three nurtures and supports women to make a change, to prioritize their Heath and safety and does this through martial arts and her many Empower Tactical Programs.
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Black Belt Magazine has a storied history that dates back all the way to 1961, making 2021 the 60th Anniversary of the world's leading magazine of martial arts. To celebrate six decades of legendary martial arts coverage, take a trip down memory lane by scrolling through some of the most influential covers ever published. From the creators of martial art styles, to karate tournament heroes, to superstars on the silver screen, and everything in between, the iconic covers of Black Belt Magazine act as a time capsule for so many important moments and figures in martial arts history. Keep reading to view the full list of these classic issues.

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ONE Championship returned on Wednesday, April 21, with another installment of their ONE on TNT event series.

In the main event of ONE on TNT III, John "Hands of Stone" Lineker took care of business against American "Pretty Boy" Troy Worthen with a first-round knockout performance that he can add to his highlight reel.

Four additional bouts helped round out the evening and keep ONE's hot streak going.

Here is a recap of all of the action from Singapore.

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Legacy

The most watched and talked about kick in Mixed Martial Arts history, the infamous "Showtime Kick," turned 10 years old last December. The kick Anthony claims was inspired by his time on a Taekwondo demo team as a young man. The TKD program that would start a fire inside Anthony, giving him passion for martial arts and transforming that passion into world titles in multiple organizations. The skills he would develop at an after-school program he was forced into, would end up as him owning his own prolific martial arts academy in Milwaukee and lining the walls with gold. I believe that it was the discipline he learned at that Tae Kwon Do academy, along with the tutelage of Duke Roufus that would develop him into an MMA powerhouse, capable of feats one only thought were possible in a movie or video game.

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