Tag Archives: Judo

Professor Ed Malley (A 1987 Article)

Click the link below to listen to the podcast: http://www.martialartsbusinessmagazine.com/professor-Ed-Malley-a-1987-article.mp3 Good afternoon, my fellow Americans and those martial arts listeners throughout the world. Welcome to another edition of martialartsbusinessmagazine.com. This is Dr. Rick Black. One of the things that I want to share with you today is a story that was written by a martial arts acquaintance and submitted to ...

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My First Day in the Martial Arts

Click the link below to listen to the podcast: Good morning my fellow Americans and those listeners throughout the world. Welcome to another edition of martialartsbusinessmagazine.com. Today, I’m going to kind of tell you a little bit about myself. I know a lot of people like talking about themselves but this is kind of important. As I’ve shared with you ...

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Roanoke attorney moonlights as judo instructor

Here’s a fast, free martial arts lesson from Roanoke lawyer David Damico , who for the past decade has moonlighted as a judo instructor: “There’s no such thing as a judo chop,” Damico explained from his Campbell Avenue office, dispelling the common misconception that striking is allowed in contemporary judo. Karate News Trevose, PA (PRWEB) July 03, 2013 Christine Ware, ...

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Teaching Grappling: The Combat Way

Many people are interested in teaching grappling skills, but too many of them have only a peripheral knowledge of grappling skill and that from the perspective of sport Judo, which taught techniques developed only for sport, not intended for combat. Now I am sure this supposition needs to be explained from a historical point of view, and the answer is actually quit simple.

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Black Family Martial Arts Celebrates 90th Anniversary

In the winter of 1914, a fourteen year old boy ran away from his Pennsylvania home intent on seeing the world and to accomplish this he would lie about his age and join the Army. He was a large boy, larger than most men in his community. You had to b 16 years old or have your parent’s permission in those days to enlist.

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