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Published a new paper on academia.edu. That’s an ‘upper brow’ type of website. I like it because I get thinkers there, and not the normal ‘low brow’ Beavis and Butthead type. The paper is on What Bruce Lee Knew. Not actually, … Continue reading
Newsletter 833 ~ subscribe now! Pa Kua Chang and Indian Stealth Skills! part one Good evening! I just finished teaching, 2 1/2 hours of bliss, and I am in heaven. Let me share a little of that heaven with you. … Continue reading
Martial Arts Pressure Points Revealed I had an email today, in it was a question about pressure points, and I get this question every once in a while, when am I going to do a book/course on pressure points. Heck, … Continue reading
Chess and the First Move in the Martial Arts I recently wrote on article on ‘Beyond Western Muscles and the Martial Arts,’ and in that article I mentioned an idea I had come across many years ago: that in a … Continue reading
‘Just one thing makes you mad about Martial Artists, Al?’ you ask. Yeah, really, just one thing. Do you remember back when you were first starting, and you would encounter the attitude that ‘my school is best/my art is best.’ … Continue reading
The Obsession with Phony Martial Arts Power The degradation of Martial Arts in America, what I sometimes refer to as Fake Martial Arts Power, has several causes. One of the causes of fake martial arts power is the dumbing down … Continue reading