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Travelling the path of Musashi – A travel itinerary beginning and ending at his place of birth and death

In light of our previous article Miyamoto Musashi, the Way of the Warrior we have been contacted over the years by a number of martial arts enthusiasts wishing to follow in his path and visit the famous sites associated with this master of the sword. The following itinerary doesn’t follow Musashi’s life in chronological order due to travel [...] The post Travelling the path of Musashi – A travel itinerary beginning and ending at his place of birth and death appeared first on StudyMartialAr...


Pain Management Techniques for Martial Arts Students

A martial arts practice can offer you a host of physical benefits. Becoming more physically active is always good for your circulatory system, respiratory system, and mental health. However, martial arts, in particular, create an increased level of risk for injury. After all, practice will often involve sparring with others or pushing yourself to the [...] The post Pain Management Techniques for Martial Arts Students appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


The Real Thing

by Phillip Starr When I first took up the study of martial arts I believed that the peculiar forms of punching, striking, and kicking contained some special force, a kind of “magic” (for want of a better word) that would enable me to knock the largest adversary flat on his butt. You have to admit [...] The post The Real Thing appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


Breathing Exercises for Martial Arts

Martial arts across the world assume that an energy known as Ki, Qi, or many similar names flows through the body and that proper breathing techniques can regulate the flow of this energy. Regardless of the true nature of Ki, studies show that the breathing techniques in many martial arts, such as Aikido and Shaolin Kung [...] The post Breathing Exercises for Martial Arts appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


What you need to know about Cupping Therapy

More and more athletes are using alternative medical treatments like cupping therapy to aid muscle recovery. Now that you’re training in China and have access to traditional Chinese medical treatments at affordable prices maybe its time for you give it a try So what is cupping Cupping is an ancient form of TCM where the therapist uses cups on [...] The post What you need to know about Cupping Therapy appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


5 Tips for Visiting Wudang Shan

Below are 5 general tips for visiting Wudang Mountain the home of Taoism and doing it easily and successfully. 1. When travelling, be sure to keep an eye on your belongings whether you take the train, bus or plane. Keep your passport, money, and other valuables on your person at all times. 2. Make sure [...] The post 5 Tips for Visiting Wudang Shan appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


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Travelling the path of Musashi – A travel itinerary beginning and ending at his place of birth and death

In light of our previous article Miyamoto Musashi, the Way of the Warrior we have been contacted over the years by a number of martial arts enthusiasts wishing to follow in his path and visit the famous sites associated with this master of the sword. The following itinerary doesn’t follow Musashi’s life in chronological order due to travel [...] The post Travelling the path of Musashi – A travel itinerary beginning and ending at his place of birth and death appeared first on StudyMartialAr...


Pain Management Techniques for Martial Arts Students

A martial arts practice can offer you a host of physical benefits. Becoming more physically active is always good for your circulatory system, respiratory system, and mental health. However, martial arts, in particular, create an increased level of risk for injury. After all, practice will often involve sparring with others or pushing yourself to the [...] The post Pain Management Techniques for Martial Arts Students appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


The Real Thing

by Phillip Starr When I first took up the study of martial arts I believed that the peculiar forms of punching, striking, and kicking contained some special force, a kind of “magic” (for want of a better word) that would enable me to knock the largest adversary flat on his butt. You have to admit [...] The post The Real Thing appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


Breathing Exercises for Martial Arts

Martial arts across the world assume that an energy known as Ki, Qi, or many similar names flows through the body and that proper breathing techniques can regulate the flow of this energy. Regardless of the true nature of Ki, studies show that the breathing techniques in many martial arts, such as Aikido and Shaolin Kung [...] The post Breathing Exercises for Martial Arts appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


What you need to know about Cupping Therapy

More and more athletes are using alternative medical treatments like cupping therapy to aid muscle recovery. Now that you’re training in China and have access to traditional Chinese medical treatments at affordable prices maybe its time for you give it a try So what is cupping Cupping is an ancient form of TCM where the therapist uses cups on [...] The post What you need to know about Cupping Therapy appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


5 Tips for Visiting Wudang Shan

Below are 5 general tips for visiting Wudang Mountain the home of Taoism and doing it easily and successfully. 1. When travelling, be sure to keep an eye on your belongings whether you take the train, bus or plane. Keep your passport, money, and other valuables on your person at all times. 2. Make sure [...] The post 5 Tips for Visiting Wudang Shan appeared first on StudyMartialArts.Org. ...


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