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JAPANIMATION FESTIVAL @ BARBICAN CENTRE, LONDONPosted on 26 June 2007
Since the dawn of cinema and the moving image, ‘samurai’ have been an icon for western culture. Optimising the height of Japanese tradition that is still attractive to many martial art fans alike.
MMA v TRADITIONAL MARTIAL ARTSPosted on 6 January 2007
The question I asked myself many times while training in a traditional style is, do you think this would be as effective in a street fight as MMA would be if my life depending on it?
MATV's CINEMA MOST LETHALPosted on 20 November 2006
With the likes of Jet Li and Tony Jaa flying across the screen with kicks and knees, many of us are hoping that the martial art movie world is set for a new lease of life.
HOLLYWOOD'S TOUGH AND TRAINEDPosted on 20 November 2006
It’s not often that you see broken noses and cauliflower ears on the big screen. But we think that within the film world, if you do your homework, you will find that there are the tough and the trained.
NINJUSTU BLOG (SESSION 2)Posted on 2 November 2006
I had been teaching Judo, Karate and Ju Jutsu, along with taking part in Judo and Karate competitions for years. I thought I was quite good at the various disciplines and had a good understanding of what represented the “art” in Martial Artist.
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