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Onna-bugeisha – the Japanese female warriors

As time passed, the influence of onna-bugeisha saw its way from paintings to politics Onna-bugeisha was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. They were members of the bushi (samurai) class in feudal Japan. They were trained in the use of weapons to […]

Anatomy of Stretching

I upload 20 pictures here: Trust me, I’m Sensei – Anatomy of Stretching Whether you’re a chronic sitter, a daily exerciser, or a weekend warrior, you probably know stretching is a critical habit. By sending blood flow to your muscles and helping your joints move through their full range of motion, stretching improves your posture and […]

4 Reasons Why ALL Fighters Should Learn Boxing

Written by the editorial team According to several studies, all fighters could benefit from learning how to box. Even if they don’t care for boxing techniques or punches, the sport can definitely teach fighters one or two things about discipline and throwing a good punch. Here are our 4 reasons why every fighter should pick […]

8 Martial Arts concepts to apply in your life

Besides the physical aspect, the martial arts are known for developing powers of the mind, internal wisdom, strength of character, and insight into the practical areas of life 1. Self-discipline. Discipline in this sense is the ability to do what you need to do before doing what you want to do. It’s not discipline as […]

34 Pictures To See Which Muscle You’re Stretching

In 2015 my karate friends and I created page “Trust me, I’m Sensei” and our most successful post of the year was exactly that album of pictures about stretching. Here is article from Lifehack that can help you a lot about your flexibility. Whether you’re a chronic sitter, a daily exerciser, or a weekend warrior, […]