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The 4 Best Ways To Cool Down After A Workout

This article originally appeared on Evolve-MMA. Just because you have finished your last round on the mitts or you have finished your last routine, it doesn’t mean your training is over. In fact, what you do after an intense martial artsclass or workout is almost as important as the training itself. …

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5 Science Based Learning Hacks To Get Better At Martial Arts

This article originally appeared on Evolve MMA. As martial artists on the path to continuous self-improvement, there’s nothing we’d like better than to find ways to help us get better at our martial art of choice. Whether it’s when we’re feeling stuck on a certain technique or when we can’t seem to …

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5 Submissions From Mount That Should Be In Your Arsenal

This article originally appeared on Evolve-MMA.com. In combat sports and grappling martial arts like Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), the mount is considered one of the most dominant positions. One can hold an opponent on their back while sitting on their torso. If you are the person holding the mount, you can choose to …

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6 Easy Ways To Improve Your Striking

This article originally appeared on Evolve-MMA.com Whether we are practicing kickboxing, boxing, Muay Thai, or any martial art with a heavy focus on striking, it is important not to just go through the motions but also to focus on improving our skills for real-world application. You never know, someday you might get that urge to …

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4 Ways Martial Arts Develops Children Into Leaders

This article originally appeared on Evole-MMA.com, you can see the original article here. The saying often goes that children are our future. That cannot be truer. The young people of today will someday be responsible for the well-being and survival of the human race. The children, those who wake up …

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How To Use Feints And Setups in Muay Thai

Hitting the pads or the bag, and landing shots on an opponent in Muay Thai are two very different things. When you first start sparring, it might seem absolutely impossible to land anything at all! The target is moving left to right, swaying side to side, too far away or even too …

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Things To Look For In A Martial Arts Instructor

Finding a good martial arts instructor is no easy task. Like with any big decision, research much be done. There are too many people pretending to be experts without being so. Look online and you will find videos of frauds being exposed by actual martial arts instructor. Simply having experience …

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Muay Thai Drills You Need To Be Doing

There are various drills you can do to improve your Muay Thai skill set. Our friends over at Evolve MMA put together a nice list with videos of drills you need to be doing for Muay Thai. Check out a few of them below. Let us know if you already …

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Deadly Sins Of Martial Arts

Martial arts are great as whole, doesn’t matter which is your preference. Many times, however, we stumble to fully achieve our potential in martial arts. From our dieting habits to comparing yourself to someone else. It might not sound like much, but these minors things can derail your path. Evolve …

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The 5 Secrets to Developing a Knockout Punch

Knockouts are what everyone loves to see in fights. For fighters there is no win more decisive. So how does one develop knockout power? Some people say it is natural ability, and others say it can be worked on and developed. You just have to implement the right strategy to …

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5 Unspoken Rules Of Sparring You Need To Know

5 Unspoken Rules Of Sparring You Need To Know

Sparring is an important part of training for fighters and non fighters. It let’s you put what you have trained to the test against another person, but it isn’t an actual fight. Some people see sparring as a fight, which should never be the case. It is to improve your …

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How to Control the Ring

Ring Generalship

In this week’s CROM’s Corner we will be going through part 2 of our Footwork series. Although there are a few different aspects that go into Ring Generalship, I believe the integral components stem from footwork. Some people understand the term, some people have never heard of it, and some …

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