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One can argue that left-handedness is a phenomena to which science is still trying to find its cause. It is estimated that there are around 10-14% of left-handed people in today's world, men being double in number than women. Science hasn't yet found the cause that makes a person left-handed, i.e. we still don't know what makes a person to be born left-handed or right-handed. Some research points to an anomaly in brain structure, whereas some other research and theories talk about genetic inheritance as well as the influence of the hormone testosterone. This would explain why there are so many more left-handed men in comparison to women. Recently, in 2007, scientists from Oxford University have identified the gene which rises the chances of a person to become left-handed.
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Two-time UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir explains how he balances diet, workouts and MMA training against the backdrop of family and everyday life. Learn from a guy who’s definitely “been there, done that” so YOU can start improving your OWN program!

Frank Mir is one of the most compelling UFC heavyweights for a number of reasons, not the least of which is, after the motorcycle accident he had in 2004, he wasn’t supposed to be alive. With his twice-fractured femur and ripped knee ligaments, he also wasn’t supposed to walk again, to fight again or to win again. Yet he’s done all those things and more — perhaps the most noteworthy of which was defeating Brock Lesnar at the UFC 81 in 2008. No obstacle that landed in Frank Mir’s path seemed to matter. His life serves as a textbook example of Friedrich Nietzsche’s most famous saying: “What does not kill me, makes me stronger.”

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Watch the late Masayuki Shimabukuro use a short samurai sword for swift and graceful cutting of a single-roll tatami mat!

"The fundamentals of cutting with the short sword are the same as the fundamentals of the long sword," says samurai weapons expert Carl E. Long, "except that we use the arm as an extension of the first part of the blade." In this samurai weapons demonstration with the short sword, Carl E. Long and the late eighth-dan swordmaster Masayuki Shimabukuro describe and portray how a single rolled tatami can be cut with the most refined technique and accuracy.

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Today, we bring you some awesome archival behind-the-scenes jeet kune do techniques footage of this first-generation Bruce Lee student in action at Black Belt magazine! Below the video is a brief Q-and-A regarding the impact of Bruce Lee's philosophy on the martial arts, the creation of the Bruce Lee philosophy book Tao of Jeet Kune Do and Bruce Lee's training methodology. If you know jeet kune do, then you know Richard Bustillo. And if you don’t, then you should. Inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame as the 1989 Co-Instructor of the Year, Bruce Lee training disciple Richard Bustillo was one of the jeet kune do techniques pioneer's first students in Los Angeles and was partly responsible for training his children (Brandon Lee and Shannon Lee) in the martial arts. A longtime practitioner of boxing, Thai boxing, escrima, kajukenbo, wrestling, jujitsu, tai chi chuan and silat, Richard Bustillo has evolved his own version of the Bruce Lee training method and jeet kune do techniques at his IMB Academy in Torrance, California.

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