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The practice of martial arts. How, what, where, when, why.

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The problem of being able to keep my breath during the rigors of martial arts training is no small task. Barbells don't normally do that (there is a way, but off topic for this reply). … I've figured out how to make the general strength and conditioning support my martial arts training, partly through trial and error, and partly through learning from others. …
answered Mar 19 '12 by Berin Loritsch
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This can affect your training and the feel of the dummy, so use it as a last resort. Last but not least, all these steps can only minimize the noise made from the dummy. There will be noise. … Training after that time would be rude to them. Some neighbors will be upset by anything above a soft whisper, so you'll have to use judgement with them. …
answered Apr 2 '12 by Berin Loritsch
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Are there others who have found ways of training those techniques in the absence of a training partner? … The purpose of this question has to do with self-training, and not training in a classroom environment. …
asked Apr 26 '12 by Berin Loritsch
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Stage combat is multidisciplinary. You have to know both enough of the martial art or fighting style you are trying to emulate, and you have to understand the restrictions of the stage, and the audie …
answered Mar 5 '12 by Berin Loritsch