Bringing training to daily life

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For most people, training is something that happens at the dojo, at the gym, and in the case of martial arts preferably with training partners and wearing a dogi. This is not my view. I believe training should be part of your entire life, and not be limited to 2-3 hours a week when you […]

Power up your martial arts practice with Aunkai

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Aunkai is a relatively modern, and admittedly niche, martial art that focuses on basics rather than on techniques and forms. That means understanding how to use our body more efficiently for martial purposes. This is making it the perfect complement for any martial artist looking to find depth and to understand how the greatest masters […]

Your filters hinder your progress

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“The most important is your openness, literally. If you want to change the way you move, your brain has to be flexible. It’s the same in the business community, the best CEOs are flexible. People who are very good at what they do are not just smart. They are also very flexible. “ Akuzawa Minoru […]

The body before the technique

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When I started training in martial arts, around 20 years ago, my practice was primarily external, centered on accumulating techniques and trying to know all the possible answers to pre-determined attacks. In parallel, aware of the importance of having a good physical condition, I sought to reinforce myself through bodybuilding exercises (more or less correctly […]