In this part of an interview with Lansing-area martial artist T. Kent Nelson, the topic of lessons learned is discussed.
Larry Castleberry demonstrates aikido techniques at the Ferndale Public Library, Saturday September 14, 2013, as part of the Ferndale DIY Festival activities. More info at www.detroitaikido.com.
Kevin Taylor takes his feats of cement breaking onto the Ripley’s world. Click here for the full story
One of the most practical modern day personal protection tools is the classic cane. Innocent looking, legal to carry, and easily available in a variety of styles, the cane provides you with the ultimate in personal protection. WHAT: A one day, two hour hands-on introductory sampler on the no-nonsense tactics of cane fighting. Participants will […]
In this video: Tapi-Tapi,attack block, four corner entrance drills, and techniques in motion are some of the stick fighting drills that Craig Sira covers in his martial arts classes. Sira is the owner and instructor of The Academy Martial Arts and Fitness in Midland, Michigan. Part of an interview shot at his school in late […]
New video features Craig Sira from Midland, Michigan, demonstrating the five key attributes that he focuses on with his students; explosive power, timing, accuracy, flow, and intention. Sira is the owner and instructor of The Academy Martial Arts and Fitness in Midland, Michigan. Part of an interview shot at his school in late 2012. Video […]
Do joint locks work in a real situation? Is there a faster way to dispose of your attacker? Craig Sira provides an overview of an attack and what it takes to get to the assertive stance…and then beyond it to surviving the attack. Move it! Craig Sira advocates training with more motion to accomplish a […]
You can learn more about Chuck Johnson at his website www.chuck-n-action.com. In this interview Chuck talks about his experiences filming action movies in Japan, where he currently lives, and filming in the U.S. Chuck is originally from Michigan. When it comes to fight choreography what is the difference between movies shot in the U.S. and […]