If you want to punch in a fight then you need to strengthen your knuckle and wrist from breaking when punching hard areas. Continue reading “Do this if you want strong wrist and knuckle”
Both styles are different on a contact level. Kyokushin karate believes more in full-body contact, this ranges from medium to hard contact during sparring to full contact during competition. Continue reading “The Difference Between Shotokan and Kyokushin”
“I think anything that I’ve accomplished can be attributed to the discipline I learned through martial arts.”
That’s an impressive statement coming from anyone. When it comes from someone with as many accomplishments as Michael Jai White, though, it is doubly powerful. Continue reading “Michael Jai White on Discipline and Success”
During the Battle of Champions at the “Luzhniki” Palace of Sport the European champion and silver medalist from the world championship – Jan Soukup (Czech Republic), met Timur Gastashev (Russia) who won at the third edition of SENSHI in Kamchia and is also a World and European champion. The fight was under the KWU SENSHI rules – it allows elbow strikes, throws, only one knee to the head with two hands grip, active clinch 5 seconds, sweeps. The referee of the fight was Senpai Nikolay Atanasov – head coach of the Bulgarian national Muay Thai team, All Japan champion (2010), 2nd place (2013), World Muay Thai championship silver medalist. Continue reading “SENSHI debut in Moscow on November 1, 2019”
The 1999 K-1 Grand Prix event was the 7th annual tournament that included the best 8 heavyweight kickboxers.
Sam Greco, Ernesto Hoost, Mirko Cro Cop, Musashi, Peter Aerts, Andy Hug, Ray Sefo, and Jerome Le Banner all managed to qualify for the quarter-finals. Continue reading “Instant classic: Ernesto Hoost – Jerome Le Banner, K-1 WGP 1999 (video)”