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Well, I am a girl, i have hair that comes up to my top of my shoulders, barely touching it, I always have issues with hair ties, so they dont work. And since im a girl, I would rather not cut my hair to short, I havent tried plating or knotting it, so that may work but, with a hard graple, I doubt it will give you the coverage you need.


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Forgive me for my input here. 45 years ago when I started my training and was wrestling with the same issues, my Sensei took me aside and taught, Spend 2 hours on speed drills for every hour spent on weights. Weight training makes you powerful but slow. To increase speed do the following: A. Candles punches, stop 5" or 1 fist width short; kicks for at ...


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The short answer is - you might NOT be able to get further flexibility in your spine without causing yourself pain or injury. Flexibility in general doesn't necessarily equate to safe flexibility. Ultimately, you're going to want to work close with a physical therapist for your back, but here's some useful information to help you make better choices in ...


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I would love to get a fitbit tracker but honestly I don't see me wearing it a lot during martial arts training. It just seems unsafe to me for a contact sport for both wearer and the device itself… And to be switching it about during training for the parts that do allow it seems ridiculous. Anyone have experience with this or a different viewpoint? :p ...


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I teach karate and wear the fitbit HR to measure heart rate . i also use the polo loop with the hear rate censor. I am 55 and weight is 210 , been workout with weights for 30 years . i burn about 750 to 1000 depending on sparing or not. forms done with high power level can get my HR to close to max . so most of it depends on your intensity level hope ...



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