Ryoko Tani – The First Woman Judoka

Ryoko Tani, the first woman judoka to successfully defend an Olympic title, will compete for a record third consecutive gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. She has won two gold medals in the Olympic games, one in the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the other in the 2004 Athens Olympics, both in the 48kg-category. She…

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The Lost Form of Ancient Karate

Here’s an interesting one for you, karate grew from one form, which kata is now lost. Interestingly enough, it’s true. Here’s the story. The original rumor is that Karate developed from the Crane style of Kung Fu. Might be true, but if you’ve seen videos of that form you’ll likely shake your head and blink…

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DMCA Is Definately Your Online Defense Shield

Copyright is one of the most significant non tangible assets of an organization. Organizations consider copyrighting their entities as an essential legal obligation. This act infers that the organization values ​​the social and ethical rules followed globally. Copyrights protection gives exclusive rights to an organization over its original works. An intellectual property of an organization,…

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In Close Combat With a Killer

Close combat training turns victims into survivors, because they have the knowledge to stop evil. Sadly not everyone sees the need for training or even the need to fight back when encountering evil, but personal security should be your number one priority. In California in 1985, Richard Ramirez, a criminal and Satanist, murder 15 people…

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Facts on Learning Urban Self Defense!

Learn urban self defense incorporates specific moves and techniques that you can use to keep yourself safe. Many schools that teach sparring and martial arts are taught by instructors who know absolutely nothing about street fighting even though they may be black belts in their own discipline. If you go to the YMCA or local…

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