To tie your martial arts belt properly, first fold it in half with the center against your belly button, then wrap both ends around your body with the left-hand end on top of the right-hand end before tying a knot. Get a step-by-step demonstration in this free martial arts video.
The differences in martial arts styles spring from such variables as weapon usage, time period, single-opponent fights versus multiple-opponent fights and so on, with the three main categories consisting of striking, grappling and weapons. Learn the basic differences in styles in this free martial arts video.
A series of demonstrations of martial arts weapons taken for the A to Z of Martial Arts DVD from Beckmann. Featuring a huge range of martial arts the weapons covered include nunchaku (nunchuks), tonfa, bo and spear all demonstrated by martial arts experts. DVD or VHS available now at Beckmann Direct http://www.beckmanndirect.com/MartialArtsOther_AtoZMartialArts.php
Expert demonstrations of the power that can be learned in martial arts training with destruction of roofing tiles, breeze blocks and house pricks using nothing more than punches, chops and head butts, taken from the A to Z of Martial Arts DVD from Beckmann. DVD or VHS available now at Beckmann Direct http://www.beckmanndirect.com/MartialArtsOther_AtoZMartialArts.php
Early competition footage of the then emerging freestyle martial arts which wuld eventually evolve into mixed martial arts and the Ultimate Fighting Championship, footage of male and female fights using a combination of martial arts disciplines in competition. Taken from the A to Z of Martial Arts DVD from Beckmann. DVD or VHS available now at Beckmann Direct http://www.beckmanndirect.com/MartialArtsOther_AtoZMartialArts.php
Here’s Roy Elghanayan from Kvav Maga LA in a series of demos of Krav Maga and Israeli Ju-jitsu (as he calls it)
This is a fun demo, even though some of the segments are a bit “hollywood”. We like it and Elghanayan looks like an accomplished professional.