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My first real introduction to the world of fitness and athletics was through martial arts. I started in stick-fighting and Wushu, and eventually wound up in muay Thai and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. I was and remain fascinated by the world of martial arts. The involvement of not only body, but mind is one of the most fascinating parts - it's a physical chess game.

These ten articles are some of the best we have on the subject of martial arts. They cover ALL different facets - nutrition, ego, technique, conditioning, competition, and more. Read on to learn from our experts some key things you need to know as a martial artist.

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John Hackleman, founder of The Pit, seems like a guy who would train fighters - big, bald, covered in tattoos, and full of prison jokes. Learn how John went from nurse to world-class coach.

How do fighters get lean, but stay muscular and strong? Here are 5 things new research shows will have you lose fat and still be able to perform at your sport.

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“Leave your ego at the door” - as you cross the threshold into the grappling academy or gym, tap into your humility really fast. You can learn a vital truth from anyone - if you are willing to do so.

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Pummelling is both an integral part of any combat sport as well as a great warm up. Even if you don't know any martial arts, this video can teach you the pummelling basics.

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Have a friend who's become obsessed with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or grappling? Not sure how to communicate with them anymore? Read these 10 tips to win over your martial arts friend!

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My journey learning self-defense took me on an unsuspected path - that the real value of self-defense is not physical, but in learning to defend who I truly am, and in discovering who I truly am.

BJJ practitioners and CrossFitters both want to spend as much time training as possible. Preventing low back and neck injuries is a huge part of this equation!

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If you participate in any type of contact sport like wrestling or martial arts, you may become more susceptible to skin conditions.

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It's competition season for grapplers, and I am getting ready for several upcoming tournaments. In the coming weeks, I'm going to write about my preparation - come along for the ride!



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