How to Use Nunchucks in Martial Arts

How to Use the Nunchucks in traditional Martial Arts

The nunchucks A traditional Okinawan martial arts weapon consisting of two sticks connected at one end by a short chain or rope. It is a very popular weapon in martial arts. Unsupervised usage can lead to serious injuries, foam nunchucks are recommended for beginners. Step 1: Grip your nunchucks In an open space like a field or martial arts dojo, hold More...

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Japanese Samurai Sword - Forging a Katana
By Peter Soto On Monday, August 15th, 2016
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Japanese Samurai Sword – Forging a Katana

Forging a Samurai Sword A Katana is considered the sould of a samurai, its main weapon, then the wakisashi and lastly the tanto. Have you ever wondered how long it takes to forge a Katana? // // Historically, More...

By Peter Soto On Saturday, May 16th, 2015
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Learn Arnis, Eskrima & Kali

Learn Arnis, Eskrima & Kali Arnis, which can also be known as Eskrima or Kali is the national martial art of the Philippines. It is said that Arnis may have roots in India, that it came to Philippines with the More...

By Peter Soto On Saturday, October 25th, 2014
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How deadly is the Karambit?

The smallest destructive knife, The Karambit Today’s training was a self defense against a knife attack, it was one called “Raining Lance”, we worked on it then one of the students brought a wooden More...

By Peter Soto On Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
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Extreme Nunchucks by Matt Emig

Matt Emig Nunchucks Matt Emig’s work can be seen on the new Ninja Turtles Movie, where he stunts Michaelangelo and Master Splinter. We have seen him at many tournaments across the United States with awesome More...

By Peter Soto On Friday, January 3rd, 2014
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Making a Samurai Katana

The Katana was one of the three weapons a Samurai was always carrying, the first was the Tanto, the second one was the Wakisashi and then the Katana.   Have you ever wondered how a Samurai Katana is made? Well, More...