Fitness Taebo

Tae Bo is a total body fitness system that incorporates martial arts techniques such as kicks and punches, which became quite popular in the 1990s. It was developed by American Taekwondo practitioner Billy Blanks.[1] Such programs use the motions of martial arts at a rapid pace designed to promote fitness. Benefits Tae Bo has been characterized as an excellent cardiovascular workout with very good distractions. Because of…

Kungfu

In general, kung fu/kungfu or gung fu/gongfu  refers to the Chinese martial arts, also called wushu and quanfa. In China, it refers to any study, learning, or practice that requires patience, energy, and time to complete. In its original meaning, kung fu can refer to any discipline or skill achieved through hard work and practice, not necessarily martial arts. The Chinese literal equivalent of “Chinese martial art” would…

Little Dragons

While a majority of our martial arts school students are grown-ups, we’ve always wanted to start accepting younger apprentices as well… When a seasoned instructor Luke Bytalker became a part of our team, the decision was finally made. As of now, we’ve been hosting junior Karate classes for more than 6 years. During that time…

Kickboxing

While kickboxing is oftentimes confused with Asian indigenous Thai boxing, those two differ a lot. Kickboxing is basically a modern rendering and mingling of both the Western traditional boxing, Asian Muay Thai (Thai boxing) and the Japanese Karate technique… This ultimately makes kickboxing a hybrid martial art, that is mostly being learned now for either…

Karate

Karate, also known as the “mother of all Japanese martial arts”, is really a laying foundation for all other fighting styles, originating in Japan… Developed in the Ryukyu islands (modern-day Okinawa), it incorporates a lot of Chinese moves (like Fujian White Crane’s) kicks, punches, and strikes. Sometimes the worldwide popularity of the karate goes as…