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Top 8 Martial Arts Youtubers You Should Subscribe To

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Top 8 Martial Arts Youtubers You Should Subscribe To

If you’re not into those movies or series, there are other video platforms that you can opt to enjoy. YouTube is one example of this and it is the second most popular search engine. It's one of the most effective ways to reach a large audience, whether you're marketing a program or informing students about a certain skill you want them to learn. If you have your spare time to visit martial arts YouTubers, here are 8 YouTube accounts you must visit and watch out for! Live martial arts  If you’re a woman martial artist you’ll surely be inspired to...

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5 Ways to Improve your Motivation for Training

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5 Ways to Improve your Motivation for Training

“The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in combat” - Richard Marcinko Motivation, it is something that we all need as humans. Having motivation for martial arts training will help you stay focused on your practice and achieve future goals. It is crucial to your success in martial arts as well as in your daily life.  Are you losing motivation in training? Below are 5 ways to improve your motivation for training and continue your martial arts journey with a little more inspiration to reach your goals and dreams. Be inspired It is normal to lose motivation...

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Best Martial Arts Instagram accounts to Follow

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Best Martial Arts Instagram accounts to Follow

Martial arts are combat systems and traditions used for different purposes, including self-defense, competition, and fitness. Popular martial art types include Jiujitsu, Taekwondo, Karate, Krav Maga, Muay Thai, Judo, kickboxing, and MMA.  Many martial artists nowadays are on social media and use their platforms to present their skills and expertise in the field. In this article, we bring you a variety of martial artists on Instagram that are worth following.  Seth Adams To top off our list, we have Seth Adams. Sounds familiar?  If you’ve been listening to whistlekick’s podcast, Sensei Seth was invited over to talk with Jeremy Lesniak...

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Top 5 Places you could train for martial arts

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Top 5 Places you could train for martial arts

There are a lot of benefits to practicing martial arts on a regular basis. Whether you train on your own or with a team, training daily will not only help you in maintaining your physical fitness but will also benefit your mental and spiritual well-being. If you’re new to martial arts or an expert in the field, you might wonder these things: Where should I train? How big should the place be? Should I train indoors or outdoors? How does my environment affect my training? We’ll be answering all your questions and giving you FIVE places you never thought you...

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