Martial Arts

Mr. Lopez enrolled his eight-year-old son Jean in a martial arts class, thinking that he would learn karate. It was actually a Tae Kwon Do dojo. More than 30 years later, Jean is now an Olympic coach, leading his brothers and sister.

The battle for pound-for-pound supremacy rages on as the Strikeforce World Grand Prix Heavyweight Tournament continues on June 18th. Relive all the action-packed moments from the Quarterfinals with recaps of Arlovski vs Kharitonov and Fedor vs Silva

A Fox Chicago newscast about a karate instructor who knocks people out without even touching them. Notice that Stephan Bonnar is one of the Carlson Gracie jiu-jitsu students who is apparently immune to the deadly technique.

This is a MARTIAL ARTS TRICKING battle. Tricking is an artform derived from the martial arts, where the practitioner (tricker) incorporates acrobatics with other expressive styles of movement into highly dynamic combinations of kicks, flips, and twists. While typically practiced for personal development, occasionally trickers will compete in trick battles where the game is about showmanship, originality, and execution. Like it. Share it. Tweet it. Tons more footage like this on this YouTube channel. Subscribe to watch more martial arts tricking! Team CFC (Coneys, Macias, Lewis) flew out from Washington DC to make a statement to the LA trickers at the closing gathering for Travis Wong’s world renown martial arts tricking center, White Lotus. This was the last battle of the night, and the last battle of the gym. This is tricking history. PART 2 – THE POST BATTLE BATTLE: TRICKERS IN THE VIDEO: Will Coneys (black/white shorts, black leggings): Javier Macias (red tanktop, Adidas pants): Jefferson Lewis (blue shirt, white cap): vs. Kyle McLean (white tank): Daniel Graham (guy who throws off red tank top and does crazy combo around 2 min in): Anis Cheurfa (black tank top): Subscribe to this channel! Contact the editor: Special thanks to Cam Caddie for lending the camera stabilizing equipment. www

Here’s a great series of clips of FMA in the movies including the Bourne Identity, several Bruce Lee films, Mission Impossible, etc. It finishes up with a documentary on FMA from the BBC. Good stuff.