DAVID STAINKO

Biography

David Stainko Biography

David Stainko, the Master of Kinesiology and senior organizer of kinesiological recreation was born in Rijeka, Croatia in 1962. There he attended the primary and secondary school. In 1980 he enrolled at Zagreb University, Croatia to study Kinesiology and he got his M.A. degree there.

At present he is a Physical Education teacher and a counselor for martial arts skills. He lives in Rijeka, Croatia. David Stanko has been active in martial arts since 1973. He started training in Budokai Club Rijeka.

In 1978 he founded the Youth Budokai Club , which later changed its name into The Club of Martial Arts Victoria. It was registered as the first of its kind in former Yugoslavia ( where Croatia was one of the constituent parts) and one of the first in Europe.

In 1978 David Stainko got the titles of 1st DAN Budokai and WAKO instructor. Since 1981 he has been intensely practising boxing and kick boxing , and in 1982 he also took part in Korean skills tae kwon do and kung fu style- thai chi. At the same time he was perfecting the skills aikido, judo, ju-jutsu and kung fu wing-tsun.In 1983 he obtained the master title of 3rd DAN ( Budokai), and a year later the title of the instructor of Jeet-kune do, and kung fu style – thai chi.

He got the master title of the black belt of 4th DAN and he became a kick boxing and tang soo do coach in 1986. He also became the trainer of karate kyokushinkai in 1987. At that time he got introduced to Vietnamese skill viet vo dao…

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KATA

An Important Part of Martial Arts

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Kata is a form of unique obligatory exercises involving a series of hand and foot techniques, of punches and kicks, connected by certain movements, and these movements represent a fictional fight against an imaginary opponent…
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MARTIAL ARTS EXERCISES

Suitable for Asthma Patients

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Asthma is one of the most chronic diseases of the airways of the lungs. In developed countries it affects 7- 10 % of population, and it has got an increasing tendency. In 2014, around 300 million people globally had asthma, mostly in North America and Europe and with lowest rate in Africa.
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KIAI

The Powerful Shout

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Kiai is the consequence of a special kind of breathing. It is usually said that it is a guttural sound, but the right KIAI comes from the abdomen as the result of strong expiration. The real KIAI is the consequence of the unconscious part of the human being and it is not deliberately provoked…
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THE HISTORY OF THE BELT

Grading and Ranking in Martial Arts

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Grading and ranking in martial arts varies from skill to skill and from style to style although for all of them it defines the degree of the disciple’s knowledge. The general rule is that the knowledge…
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MARTIAL ARTS AS A

Topic in Sculpture and Painting

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The human figure in motion offered extraordinary possibilities and inspiration to artists throughout centuries. By the human body performing certain martial arts movements, it has obtained a special place in sculpture and painting due to its grace and beauty, but also for the power of the movement it shows.
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LA CANNE

French Stick Fighting

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The skill of stick fighting and the use of sticks as handy weapons dates back to the beginning of mankind. The stick gained an advantage over the stone because it could be used both for striking and throwing. When dealing with martial arts, in many countries, there is a special place for fighters skilled in stick fighting. 
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MARTIAL ARTS

The Knowledge of Self-Defense

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The origins of self-defense have their roots in the most basic forms of fighting which have developed throughout the world, independently from one another. This hypothesis has been confirmed by archaeological research done in various parts of the world.
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KIAI

The Powerful Shout

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KIAI – ( Exhale – the strong shout ) KI ( chi ) – inner energy AI – uniting, joining Kiai is the consequence of a special…
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SANCHIN KATA

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Kata (exercises or forms) are performed in many styles of martial arts. With the help of these particular forms of exercise, many diverse techniques…
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JUMP KICKS

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Jump kicks are one of the most popular martial arts techniques. Various martial arts experts agree that these kicks are one of the most beautiful, but also, in the terms of fine motor skills, one of the most demanding techniques to practice in martial arts training. 
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HISTORY OF THE SAI

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Sai is a metal weapon and belongs to a type of dagger which is usually used in pairs, each hand using one. It is similar to a short sword, i.e. a trident dagger, but is traditionally blunt on its top. Its optimal length usually depends on the length of the user’s forearm. Most often, its length varies from 37 to 50 cm, as well as its weight which ranges from 1.5 to around 2 kg.
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Edward William Barton

Wright and Bartitsu

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He was born Edward William Wright on November 8, 1860 in Bangalore, India, the third of six children of railway engineer William Barton Wright and his wife Jane (called Jessie).After returning to England with his family during the 1880s, Edward William Barton-Wright was educated in France and Germany.
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KATA

An Important Part of Martial Arts

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Kata is a form of unique obligatory exercises involving a series of hand and foot techniques, of punches and kicks, connected by certain movements, and these movements represent a fictional fight against an imaginary opponent. Therefore kata is a defined series of striking techniques …
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HOW TO USE MARTIAL ARTS

To Overcome Depression

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Depression is as old as humankind, and is one of the oldest described diseases in the history of medicine. World Health Organization predictions suggest…
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MARTIAL ARTS EXERCISES

Good for Asthma Patients

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Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases of the airways of the lungs. In developed countries it affects 7- 10 % of population, and it has got…
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THE IMPORTANCE OF

Martial Arts Training and Competition

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Man has been a part of fighting and battles since the beginning of man. His movements are natural- atavistic reactions similar to those of…
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TYPICAL

Martial Arts Injuries

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A sports injury in the narrow sense of meaning signifies the injury typical of a particular sports activity or a certain sport, according to its mode of occurrence and frequency.
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PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:

Mouthguards

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Orofacial injuries are very common and are a result of afflictions of many types. Except in traffic accidents, fights, unfortunate incidents, occupational accidents, injuries also happen in sport. All of them, including orofacial ones, happen often, no matter the athlete’s physical shape, his attention as well as the usage of protecting equipment. These injuries happen especially in various contact sports, among which are martial arts.
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THE HISTORY OF THE BELT

Grading and Ranking in Martial Arts

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Grading and ranking in martial arts varies from skill to skill and from style to style although for all of them it defines the degree of the disciple’s knowledge. The general rule is that the knowledge…
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HOW TO USE AND CONTROL

Two Weapons Simultaneously

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In the long history of humankind, weapons had one of the most significant roles in the development of man. From the very beginning of man’s existence, he has been fighting and waging wars with other men.
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SENSEI

Two Origin and Meaning Word

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In various martial arts there are different names for the titles of some master ranks In the following text I am going to mention…
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HOW MARTIAL ARTS

Helps Flat Feet

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A Flat or lowered foot is commonly seen in small children. According to the research, 55% of children from the ages of 3 to 7 suffer from flat feet. 
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CHI

Life Energy or Inner Energy

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By examining the history of various peoples around the world, we often stumble upon the concept of energy which resides in the body and is explained in a similar way and is called by similar names. Examples include the breath of life, vital or life energy or, oftentimes, inner energy.
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CROATIAN SOLDIERS

and the Invention of the Necktie

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Old history books share that it was a cravat that became the symbol of a small European nation and its beauty soon won over the world.
Many great inventions mark mankind, but this item influenced all of humanity. This little garment is the most widespread worn fashion detail in the world, and is owned by over 600 million people from around the world. They may not know it, but men and women everywhere are wearing around their neck a symbol that came from the soldiers of a small nation known as Croatia.
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THE GRADING AND RANKING

Behind the Martial Arts Belts

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As you may already know, the grading and ranking of the martial arts belt vary depending on skills and styles. However, for all disciplines, it typically defines the degree of the martial artist’s knowledge and practice.
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USING MARTIAL ARTS

Practice to Fight Depression

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Did you know that depression is one of the oldest diseases classified in the history of medicine? Today, more than 600 million people around the globe suffer from depression. And what’s more is that the World Health Organization (WHO) predicts it will be the second cause of disability in the general population by the year 2020! 
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USING MARTIAL ARTS TO

Combat Asthma

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Asthma, an illness that affects the airways of the lungs, is one of the world’s most common chronic diseases. By 2014, it was reported that around 300 million people globally suffered from asthma, mostly in North America and Europe.
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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

about Jump Kicks

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Jump kicks are surely one of the most popular martial arts techniques. Various martial arts experts agree that their practice is one of the most beautiful, but also, in the terms of fine motor skills, the most demanding part of martial arts 
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TYPICAL INJURIES

in Martial Arts

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A sports injury in the narrow sense signifies the injury typical of a particular sports activity or a certain sport, determined by the way of occurrence and frequency.
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KATA

An important part of martial arts

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KATA (Form) –Japan, KUEN (Form) – China , HYONG ( hyung, ITF –tul, WTF- poomsae , pattern) – Korea, QYONG- Vietnam, AKA- Burma KHAWANKAY –Kashmiri, OBYAZATELNYY (Form) – Russia, FORM- Europa,America.
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THE SANCHIN KATA

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According to some sources, it is assumed that there are more than 400 different katas in the world today, performed in many diverse styles of martial arts. However, if we are to single out one kata that is special in its form and significance, it would surely be the Sanchin kata. 
The Sanchin kata differs from all the rest by its use and representation in various styles of martial arts. For example, the Sanchin kata’s use can be found in martial arts such as Karate and Kung Fu, although its influence is seen in other Asian martial arts. 
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MARTIAL ARTS AND THE KNOWLEDGE

In Self-Defence

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The origins of self- defense have their roots in the most basic forms of fighting which have developed throughout the world, independently from one another. This hypothesis has been confirmed by archaeological research which were done in various parts of the world.
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Sifumag numero 2

French version (Martial arts) (Volume 2)

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HOW MARTIAL ARTS

Help Flat Feet

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Flat Feet – Pes Planus
Flat or lowered foot is the deformation most commonly occurring in smaller children. According to the researches… 
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TYPICAL INJURIES

In Martial Arts

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A sports injury in the narrow sense of meaning signifies the injury typical of a particular sports activity or a certain sport, according to its mode of occurrence and frequency. It is said that every injury that is typical of the sport in question, or the one that has happened in the sports field, is a sports injury from the legal point of view. 
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KIAI

Exhale - the strong shout

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KI ( chi ) – inner energy
AI – uniting, joining
Kiai is the consequence of a special kind of breathing. It is usually said that it is a guttural sound , but the right KIAI comes from the abdomen as the result of strong expiration.
The real KIAI is the consequence of the unconscious part of the human being and it is not deliberately provoked .
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MARTIAL ARTS AS A TOPIC

in Sculpture and Painting

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The human figure in motion offered extraordinary possibilities and inspiration to artists throughout centuries. By performing certain martial arts movements, it has obtained a special place in sculpture and painting due to its grace, beauty, but also the power of the movement it shows. It is assumed that the first visual mentions and, more generally, the interest for physical activity has appeared in different parts of the world approximately at the same point in history.
 
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THROWING WEAPONS

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From the dawn of time, men have been throwing various objects from their environment with the aim to hit a certain small animal or a fruit from high and unreachable branches. These first object were surely made out of stone, bone or wood and were thrown solely using the force of arm muscles.
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Sifumag number 2

English version (Martial arts) (Volume 2)

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CHI

Life or Inner Energy

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By examining the history of various peoples around the world, we often stumble upon the concept of energy which resides in the body and is explained in a similar way and is called by similar names. Examples include the breath of life, life or vital energy or, oftentimes, inner energy. 
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MARTIAL ARTS

At Olympic Games

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The restoration of the Olympic Games ) There are events that thanks to their meaning go beyond their prevalence, contents and duration. Without a doubt, the Olympic Games, being the most important sports event, are a perfect example of that. Because of their role, the Olympic Games were, are and will be more than just a sports occasion and ceremony.
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EDWARD WILLIAM BARTON

Who's Who - Wright

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He was born Edward William Wright on 8 November 1860 in Bangalore,India, the third of six children of raliway engineer William Barton Wright and his wife Jane (called Jessie).
After returning to England with his family during the 1880s, Barton – Wright was educated in France and Germany.
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LA CANNE

French stick fighting

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The skill of stick fighting as a handy weapon dates from the prehistory of mankind. The stick has got an advantage over the stone because it could be used both for striking and throwing.
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SENSEI / ENGLISH VERSION

The Origin And Meaning Of The Word

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In various martial arts there are different names for the titles of some master ranks In the following text I am going to mention and explain some of the most popular ones.
One of the most common and famous words in the martial arts that indicates a specific title is certainly the word sensei.
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SENSEI / FRENCH VERSION

L'origine Et Le Sens Du Mot

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Dans les arts martiaux, il existe différents noms pour désigner le titre de professeur.
Dans le texte suivant, je vais mentionner et expliquer quelques-uns des plus populaires.
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DEPRESSION

How To Use MartialL Arts To Overcome Depression

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Depression is as old as humankind, and is one of the oldest described diseases in the history of medicine.
World Health Organization predictions suggest that depression in 2020 will be the second cause of disability for general population, immediately after cardiovascular disease, and in 2030 even the first.
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MARTIAL ARTS

and Their Importance for Military Training

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The struggle to survive has forced man to develop his physical features since the very beginnings. This crude and merciless fight made our ancestors defend themselves and attack.
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JUMP KICKS

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Jump kicks are surely one of the most popular martial arts techniques. Various martial arts experts agree that their practice is one of the most beautiful, but also, in the terms of fine motor skills, the most demanding part of martial arts trainings.
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KNIGHTS TEMPLAR

ORDER OF THE MONK WARRIORS

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Many of the past phenomena are surrounded by mystery, but none of them excites such amount of imagination as Knights Templar. The Templar name itself still inspires imagination, as some of the most interesting legends of Christendom are associated with Templars. From their gathering and modest beginnings in the Middle East, to their tragic end and the dissolution of the order in Paris. 
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BASICS OF TEACHING METHODOLOGY

MARTIAL ART

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The phenomenon of expansion of various martial arts and sports across the world is of such intensity which is hard to explain even to psychologists, sociologists, different sports journalists and other professionals.
Because of this vast expansion, the process of teaching and educating persons by means of exercise or training includes a number of different experts. Unfortunately, among many high – quality experts, martial arts masters or martial arts trainers, there are those who do not correspond to such a profile, i.e. those who do not know or respect the basic principles of the teaching methodology in martial arts.
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SENSEI

The Origin and Meaning of the Word

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In various martial arts there are different names for the titles of some master ranks In the following text I am going to mention and explain some of the most popular ones. One of the most common and famous words in the martial arts that indicates a specific title is certainly the word sensei. The word for the title sensei is commonly translated as a teacher, although the word literally would have another meaning – a person who was born before, ie. a person who was spiritually born before others, or rather, a person who knows life (one who has gone before).
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THROWING WEAPONS

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THE HISTORY OF THE BELT

Grading and ranking in martial arts

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Grading- ranking in martial arts varies from skill to skill and from style to style although for all of them it defines the degree of the disciple’s knowledge.
The general rule is that the knowledge a master has is formed into a system and certain style in order to transfer it to his disciples. The history of ranking
is very long and it has been following the appearance of particular skills, and the current ranking system (belt, Dan) which appeared shortly after World War II has
spread quickly worldwide and was accepted in almost all of styles.
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FLAT FEET

and Martial Arts

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KATA

An Important Part of Martial Arts

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Kata is a form of unique obligatory exercises involving a series of hand and foot techniques of punches and kicks connected by certain moving, and these movements represent a fictional fight against an imaginary oponent. Therefore kata is a defined series of striking techniques suitable for training martial arts techniques.
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MARTIAL ARTS

and the Knowledge in Self-Defense

FIGHT TIMES MAGAZINE

The origins of self-defense have their roots in the most basic forms of fighting which have developed throughout the world, independently from one another. This hypothesis has been confirmed by archaeological research which were done in various parts of the world. There almost isn’t a country that doesn’t have its own authentic “folk“ form…
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KATA

An important part of martial arts

FIGHT TIMES MAGAZINE

Kata is a form of unique obligatory exercises involving a series of hand and foot techniques of punches and kicks connected by certain moving, and these movements represent a fictional fight against an imaginary oponent. Therefore kata is a defined series of striking techniques suitable for training martial arts techniques. Kata is also choreographed patterns of movements practised either solo or in pairs (practised is also on the team). Solo training of kata is the primary form of practice in some martial arts, such as – Japanese fencing – Iai do
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MARTIAL ARTS

and their importance for military training

FIGHT TIMES MAGAZINE

Man has been a part of fighting and battles since his very beginning. His movements are natural- atavistic reactions similar to those of animals with the primal goal to survive and self-preserve. This is why we can conclude with certainty that fighting is as old as the human race. Fighting and battles will follow man […]
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HOW YOU CAN USE MARTIAL ARTS PRACTICE

to Fight Depression

MARTIAL MIND POWER

Published by David Stainko, Book Martial Arts Did you know that depression is one of the oldest diseases classified in the history of medicine? Today, more than 600 million people around the globe suffer…
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KIAI - EXHALE

The Strong Shout

TAE KWON DO TIMES

The kiai is the consequence of a special kind of breathing. It is usually said that it is a guttural sound, but the right kiai comes from the abdomen as the result of strong expiration. The real kiai is the consequence of the unconscious part of the human being and is not deliberately provoked. e kiai is largely connected to proper breathing because the right kiai means the proper expiration, and only the proper expiration enables the proper inhalation. Moreover, the contraction of abdominal muscles while exhaling strengthens the trunk, i.e. the pelvis as the axis around which extremities rotate.
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CHI

Life or Inner Energy (Part One)

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HISTORY

Of the Nunchaku

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CHI

Life or Inner Energy (Part Two)

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The History of the Belt

(Grading and Ranking) in Martial Arts

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MARTIAL ARTS ASTHMA

Martial Arts Against Asthma Attacks

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MARTIAL ARTS AS A TOPIC IN

Sculpture and Painting

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MARTIAL ARTS

and their Importance for Military Training

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JUMP KICKS

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THE CRAVET / THE NECKTIE

Do you know where it came from ?

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EDWARD WILLIAM BARTON - WRIGHT

Who's Who

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KATA (TUL / POOMSAE)

An Important Parts of Martial Arts

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KIHAP

The Powerful Shout

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From Sensei to Sabum

The Original Meaning of the Word ‘Sensei’

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PROTECTING EQUIPMENT

The Mouth Guard

TOTALLY TAE KWON DO

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MARTIAL ARTS

At Olympic Games - Part.1

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The Basics of

Teaching Methodology in Martial Arts

TOTALLY TAE KWON DO

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HOW TO USE MARTIAL ARTS

To Overcome Depression

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MARTIAL ARTS

and the Knowledge in Self-Defense

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TYPICAL INJURIES

in Martial Arts

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CHI

Life or Inner Energy

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MARTIAL ARTS

At Olympic Games - Part.2

TOTALLY TAE KWON DO

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THE HISTORY OF THE BELT

Grading and Ranking in Martial Arts

TOTALLY TAE KWON DO

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KIAI

The Powerful Shout

TAE KWON DO LIFE MAGAZINE

Kiai is the consequence of a special kind of breathing. It is usually said that it is a guttural sound, but the right KIAI comes from the abdomen as the result of strong expiration. The real KIAI is the consequence of the unconscious part of the human being and it is not deliberately provoked…
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A Perspective on poomsae

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THE KIHAP

Explained

TAE KWON DO LIFE MAGAZINE

Kiai is the consequence of a special kind of breathing. It is usually said that it is a guttural sound, but the right KIAI comes from the abdomen as the result of strong expiration. The real KIAI is the consequence of the unconscious part of the human being and it is not deliberately provoked…
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THE HISTORY OF

The Nunchuk

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THE HISTORY OF THE BELT

System in the Martial Arts

SHOTOKAN KARATE MAGAZINE

Shotokan Karate Magazine Issue 131 March 2017…

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SENSEI

The Orign And Meaning Of The Word

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THE HISTORY OF

The Nunchaku

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Shotokan Karate Magazine Issue 133 September 2017…

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Depression

SHOTOKAN KARATE MAGAZINE

Shotokan Karate Magazine Issue 135 March 2018…

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Depression

Use martial arts to overcome depression

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LA EFS

Historia Detrás del Arma

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LA DAGUE SAI

Histoire Derrière l’Arme

Martial Arts Magazine Budo International

San Chin Kata

The foundation of all the other katas

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IL SAI

La Storia dietro l'Arma

Martial Arts Magazine Budo International

A EFS

A História por detrás da Arma

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THE SAI

History Behind the Weapon

Martial Arts Magazine Budo International

LA EFS

Geschichte hinter der Waffe

Martial Arts Magazine Budo International

HOW MARTIAL ARTS

Can Help Flat Feet

Health Magazine

Flat or lowered foot is the deformation most commonly occurring in smaller children. According to the researchers, it is found that at the age of three and onwards that up to 7.55 percent of children suffer from flat feet, while in adults, it is about 30 percent.
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HOW MARTIAL ARTS

Help Flat Feet

MARTIAL SCIENCE MAGAZINE

Flat or lowered foot is the deformation most commonly occurring in smaller children. According to the researchers, it is found that at the age of three and onwards that up to 7.55 percent of children suffer from flat feet, while in adults, it is about 30 percent.
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