Techniques

STOP!

Yes, you, dear reader. Don't move.

Freeze and take notice of how you are standing or sitting. I'm willing to bet you're not standing or squatting in a completely brand new way. In fact, think about how many times you have actually positioned yourself in this exact same way.

Let's start with a fact we all know and agree on: There are only so many ways the common human body can move.

Keep Reading Show less

MADrills is the martial arts industry's leading resource for tutorials, drills, and skills from numerous aspects of martial arts. Here are ten of the best videos on the site from a variety of styles for FREE!

Do you own a martial arts school and need some new ideas to keep your classes exciting? Are you a passionate martial artist who wants to diversify your training at home? Do you simply enjoy learning about new styles of martial arts? Whatever the case may be, MADrills is the subscription service for you. You can even get 50% off your first six months RIGHT NOW with the code MAD50. Keep reading to check out some of the best drills on the site!

Keep Reading Show less

Renowned sport karate competitor and Glory Kickboxing 2019 Knockout of the Year winner Ross Levine breaks down a variety of kickboxing drills and skills in this live seminar.

Keep Reading Show less

These five vintage tutorials, exclusive to Black Belt Magazine, break down essential mixed martial arts techniques from the perspective of one of the most famous referees in the game.

A former member of the Los Angeles Police Department, John McCarthy is a well-trained martial artist who earned a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu back in 2007. Most martial artists know him for his work as a professional MMA referee, a career that took off when he served as a head referee of nearly every fight from UFC 2 to UFC 77. He has also officiated for numerous other promotions including Bellator, Strikeforce, Affliction, King of the Cage, and more. In these old school tutorials, you have the opportunity to learn from this mixed martial arts icon.

Keep Reading Show less