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SENSEI TAIRA MASAJI 9TH DAN SEMINAR IN KALIPEDA, LITHUANIA
KLAIPEDA LITHUANIA

What the ONEFC Partnership means for YOU?

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What the ONEFC Partnership means for YOU?
23 Nov 2012
So it has been announced in the news section that ONEFC and PAKMMA have signed into an exclusive agreement and partnership together. So what does this mean for us at PAKMMA and what does it mean for you – the pro fighter or person WANTING to be a pro fighter. What we’re gonna do is explain what this means in terms of opportunities that can now be provided to Pakistani fighters and also what would be expected of YOU if you want to join us in taking on this momentous opportunity as a team.
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Americkick Internationals 2012

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March 30-31st, 2012
Friday and Saturday
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
http://www.amerikickinternationals.com

Mixed Martial Arts Pakistan got a chance to visit Jalil’s Martial Arts Academy in Gujar Khan. Ironically Gujar Khan is where Pakistani MMA fighter Shah “No Pain” Hussain hails from. Gujar Khan is also probably the first location MMA Pakistan has done a report on that is not located in a major cosmopolitan city.
alil’s Martial Arts Academy teaches a combination of disciplines but is currently focusing on a style that Master Jalil has made called “Pakido” or “The Way of the Clean Hearted Warrior” (as Pak means pure, or free from fault in Urdu). Master Jalil’s Academy has a particular focus on grappling aspects of Martial Arts, a trait rarely found in Pakistani Martial Arts clubs, particularly those lying outside of the three major cosmopolitan areas of KHI, LHE and ISB. His students regularly grapple spar along with training other aspects of the fight game.

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Martial Arts in Queensland- What Are The Benefits?

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Martial Arts in Queensland- What Are The Benefits?

Martial arts are an ancient training method meant to help one’s mind, body and spirit act as one. Practitioners always strive for harmony and learn effective and devastating self-confidence techniques. Anyone who gets involved in martial arts can reap lots of benefits in different areas of their lives. Most arts are of Asian origin and include kung fu, karate, aikido, jiu jitsu, tae kwon do, muay Thai and judo.

As any martial artist from Queensland will say, there are several benefits in martial arts training. The most obvious of course is knowledge and self-defense, which is one of the major reasons why many systems were developed to begin with. Knowing to defend yourself and a loved one in a potentially dangerous situation is more of an asset today just as in the past.

Many people take up martial arts training in Queensland for fitness benefits, cardiovascular fitness and to tone their muscular systems as well. The following is a glimpse of several benefits of martial arts training in Queensland.

 

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The Secrets of Martial Arts in Western Australia

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The Secrets of Martial Arts in Western Australia

Athletes are understood to endure much physical discomfort in their training and development. Martial arts exponents and professionals then, would likewise need to break through particular pain obstacles and what ends up being really vital to their development is the level of their psychological discipline.

Interest for a sport would be the key right here. Interest for karate, for muay Thai, kung fu, judo, tae kwondo , aikido, ju jitsu and even more variations of the Martial arts in Western Australia would stimulate deep, unconscious emotional forces as the essential driving inspiration. This emotion would enable the student or advocate of martial arts to keep going in training, relentlessly breaking through all barriers be they psychological or physical.

The Zen School of Buddhism has contributed strongly to the mental side of finding out the combating arts. Zen instructs having a blank mind which corresponds to emptiness in the experience of Buddhist mindfulness reflection. This blankness of mind enables quicker action when sparring in the dojo and in competitions. Automatic, habitual actions like obstructing, punching and kicking can just occur without any ideas getting in the way, inside the fighter’s mind.

Although Zen practice has given Japanese practitioners a distinct advantage over the centuries, there are other things to think about when the mind itself is the focus of observation and analysis. Aspects such as a person’s goal, purpose, strategy and level of spiritual attainment are possibly crucial as practical determinants as well.

Mind power is an extremely mysterious beast. This is possibly because it intersects with the nature of The Universe with such things as the linked, quantum energy field (theory) and the extent to which psychological mindset interacts with actual, physical occasions in the instant environment. This post is too short to enable a sufficient conversation of the physics involved. Suffice it to say that meditation on these matters could result in enhanced feelings of connectedness with The Universe – even if the connection is actually an improved connection between the conscious mind and the sub-conscious mind.

Magic- Ever been sold a martial arts system on some amazing feat? You realize egg position, knock out level demonstrations, ice breaking, board breaking, concrete breaking etc? A few of these are wonderful feats of the strength. But many are tricks, created to help you have confidence in the hidden tricks of Martial arts in Western Australia. All of them fail to demonstrate something. Why they serve in any real world combat application. Each one of the ones I listed have a trick behind them and have been used for centuries to build faith and worry in people. It’s no different to David Copperfield making the statue of liberty disappear. Some of them require great amounts of concentration and special breathing. Bit hard to tell a guy about to punch you in the head” hang on I just have to develop my chi for 5 minutes”.

Summary and Opinion.

Martial arts in Western Australia include conventional routines and training disciplines in forcing sets of behaviors into robotic automation. The mind power feature gets in the photo when the martial artist also trains himself or herself in raised, reflective spiritual thinking. This is planned to increasing the levels of wholistic consistency and concentrated concentration. When the boxer likewise becomes a psychological or spiritual master with, claim, Buddhist meditation, then you have a self-built champion to contend with. That master might withstand discomfort, go beyond the social environment and perform his martial art with enhancing imagination.

 

Author: DB1976

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Welcome party

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welcome party
Welcome party
(15 Mar 2013) to (15 Mar 2013)

 

“To the spectator it appears to be no holds barred. It appears to have no rules. And basically that’s how it’s being sold, as the new gladiator contest, as a blood sport,” he said.

Professor White says MMA should be tightly controlled, because it is inherently violent.

“Banning it may not be a solution because it’s already become more or less entrenched. But we can regulate it and channel it to a particular direction”, he said.

There are regulations in place, although they differ between states and between professional and amateur fights.

At the international level MMA is dominated by the US-based Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), and Australia is the fastest growing audience for the UFC.

Australia has a small professional scene – the vast majority of MMA participants train in amateur gyms and take part in amateur fight events.

 

“To the spectator it appears to be no holds barred. It appears to have no rules. And basically that’s how it’s being sold, as the new gladiator contest, as a blood sport,” he said.

Professor White says MMA should be tightly controlled, because it is inherently violent.

“Banning it may not be a solution because it’s already become more or less entrenched. But we can regulate it and channel it to a particular direction”, he said.

There are regulations in place, although they differ between states and between professional and amateur fights.

At the international level MMA is dominated by the US-based Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), and Australia is the fastest growing audience for the UFC.

Australia has a small professional scene – the vast majority of MMA participants train in amateur gyms and take part in amateur fight events.

Organizer: air amir
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The 2013 XTERRA Great Ocean Road

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(19 Mar 2013) to (19 Mar 2013)

XTERRA Long Course – Ocean Swim (1km), Mountain Bike (26km), and Trail Run (10km) —— XTERRA Short Course – Ocean Swim (500m), Mountain Bike (15km), and Trail Run (5km) XTERRA Long Course – Ocean Swim (1km), Mountain Bike (26km), and Trail Run (10km) —— XTERRA Short Course – Ocean Swim (500m), Mountain Bike (15km), and Trail Run (5km) XTERRA Long Course – Ocean Swim (1km), Mountain Bike (26km), and Trail Run (10km) —— XTERRA Short Course – Ocean Swim (500m), Mountain Bike (15km), and Trail Run (5km) XTERRA Long Course – Ocean Swim (1km), Mountain Bike (26km), and Trail Run (10km) —— XTERRA Short Course – Ocean Swim (500m), Mountain Bike (15km), and Trail Run (5km)

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Batemans Bay Triathlon Festival al

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Event Details: Races   Fun Run / Ocean Swim / McDonalds MINIMAN 7-12 / Junior 12-13 / Intermediate 14-15 / Senior 16-19 / EnticerEvent Details: Races   Fun Run / Ocean Swim / McDonalds MINIMAN 7-12 / Junior 12-13 / Intermediate 14-15 / Senior 16-19 / EnticerEvent Details: Races   Fun Run / Ocean Swim / McDonalds MINIMAN 7-12 / Junior 12-13 / Intermediate 14-15 / Senior 16-19 / EnticerEvent Details: Races   Fun Run / Ocean Swim / McDonalds MINIMAN 7-12 / Junior 12-13 / Intermediate 14-15 / Senior 16-19 / Enticer
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Final testing final

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final testing final
(20 Mar 2013) to (20 Mar 2013)

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