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Martial arts legend Bruce Lee is one of the most influential cultural figures of the 20th century. To commemorate Lee's 80th birthday, CASETiFY created an exclusive collection that captures the spirit of the action star's signature moves, nuggets of wisdom, and even his iconic tracksuit.

Bruce Lee is one of the martial arts' most iconic legends, and now you can pay respects to him with your phone case! This new collection from CASETiFY, a popular phone case and accessory brand, provides a stylish take on classic Bruce Lee images and graphics.

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As professional martial artists, it's natural to increase the difficulty of the techniques and styles we practice as we advance in our tenure. During this Live session led by 3rd Degree Black Belt, Sensei, and Martial Artist of 20 years, Aleksandra Knepper, we'll be taking a step back to focus on how to react in a real-world scenario, without our gi, a mat, or even "rules of the ring." Aleks founded the self-defense instruction company, PalmStrike, to build the capacity of non-martial artists to feel comfortable protecting themselves in an attack. Recognizing most non-martial artists don't know how to execute a 360 degree kick or advanced grappling, PalmStrike equips them with basic tools they can remember and use in a real-life scenario.

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The state of New Jersey issued an executive order Monday allowing the resumption of indoor sports classified as medium and high-risk during the Covid-19 pandemic. This includes martial arts like judo, karate and taekwondo, which can resume practice with certain restrictions in place.

Indoor contact sports had been allowed since late July but with only limited, non-contact drilling permitted under the state guidelines. Under the new orders normal contact practice is allowed but attendance is limited to 25% of a room's capacity or 25 people, whichever number is lower.


As the world continues to "shrink" and feel smaller through technological innovations in communication and travel, our world also seems to be more divided than ever before. Our culture now teaches us to be "followers" and "subscribers" to content, that in turn guides many people's thoughts, and affects how they interact with the world around them on daily basis. Ultimately, in a time of such uncertainty and division, our focus and efforts should be placed directly on building and developing leaders, not followers. In order to do this in a modern world, and cut through all the chatter and digital content, we must look back to a time tested, traditional approach to building leaders.

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