A remarkable footage shows an 87-year-old woman completing the splits with ease after she took up Kung Fu to recover from a stroke.
Monthly Archives: March 2016
Watch Isao Machii, a Japanese Iaido master, slice a fastball in half that was approaching him at 100mph.
KM3 is a cop, an Canadian decent he is serious about his career as well as civil service, but a truly funny man. Tall, not heavy-looking, though. Always places humor to every little thing around him. When not in a policeman’s attire, he could pass for a cleaning person. When spruced up for Sunday mass, he […]
Cris Cyborg Is Finally Making Her UFC Debut And Here’s What It Means For The Women’s Divisions — UPROXX
Cris Cyborg has been added to UFC 198 in May, and the women’s divisions may never be the same.
Check out this great film by Patrick Watkins featuring Sifu Leo Au Yeung (choreographer for the Ip Man movies). It is a great mix of History and how to.
Originally published in The Manila Times. MACABEBES as WARRIORS and MERCENARIES July 5, 2014 8:56 pm by Perry Gil S. Mallari, Fight Times Editor While it is not highlighted in Philippine history, the first Filipino martyr for freedom was a Kapampangan, a Macabebe in particular. When Spanish forces under the leadership of Don Miguel Lopez […]
Have you ever heard of Kendo? Kendo is one of Japan’s traditional sports. It is similar to fencing. When we do kendo, we put on a hakama and bougu. Hakama is a long pleated skirt. Bougu is protective equipment. We put men (mask), kote (gloves), dou (plastron), and tare (name tag), and we hit those […]
As I continue to experience the lifestyle of Jiu Jitsu, I have begun to realize how valuable it can be to have the perfect training partner. I’ve compiled a list of Do’s and Don’ts to make anyone the perfect partner. DO’S Do: be open to changes within yourself. No one can be a perfect partner unless […]
The precise origins of panantukan are currently unknown and the throughout the Philippine Islands there is tremendous diversity in technique and name. What is known is that the Filipino art of boxing as a self-defense system was turned into a sport in 1905, influenced by Western boxing that was brought to the islands by the […]
Filed under: News, UFCConor McGregor came up short against Nate Diaz at UFC 196, getting submitted by the Stockton, Calif. native by rear-naked choke in the second round. The notoriously brash McGregor (19-3 MMA, 7-1 UFC) was humble in defeat, but the Irishman wasn’t likely to stay quiet for long. With talk of a rematch…