Category Archives: Women’s Self Defense

You get hurt, hurt ‘em back. You get killed… walk it off. There’s a moment in Marvel Avengers: Age of Ultron when Steve Rogers addresses his assembled superheroes before going into battle against impossible odds with: “You get hurt, hurt ’em back. You get killed… walk it off.” I’m not saying Poland’s Joanna Jędrzejczyk is a Captain […]

via Joanna Champion: It’s all in the legs — The Tai Chi Notebook

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Do some women learn martial arts differently to some men? (Guest post) — Fit Is a Feminist Issue

The blogger Miles Kessler recently published an interesting article called, Masculine & Feminine Principles In Aikido – 3 Common Mistakes. Kessler makes it clear he is not equating “masculine” with men, or “feminine” with women – he is speaking in terms of principles, which often cut across physical gender. His theme is the integration of these […]

via Do some women learn martial arts differently to some men? (Guest post) — Fit Is a Feminist Issue

ufc 198 review — JD Blogging 4 Fun

The Ultimate Fighting Championship hosted their 198th pay-per-view last night. This was a special event for a few reasons; Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino’s debut and being showcased in Curitiba, Brazil. A few other Brazilian fighters were on the card like veterans Maurício Rua and Vitor Belfort as well as Ronaldo Souza. Anderson Silva was initially on this […]

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