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Self-Defense: Easier Said Than Done

6314086_origWe often think of self-defense with the perspective of fending off a would-be mugger in a dark alley or thwarting the attempts of a rapist.  While those are extreme scenarios, the crux of defending oneself generally applies to defending one’s own life or the lives of others, including, in certain circumstances, the use of deadly force.   The right of self-defense is the right for persons to use reasonable force or defensive force in such a situation.

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MAMA Podcast Episode 7

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MAMA Podcast: Episode 6

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MAMA Podcast: Episode 5

MAMA Podcast featuring Coach Aaron, The Clown Prince Mark Mickells and Tim Numa Seretta

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MAMA Podcast episode 4

Discussing all things martial arts, fitness and other random topics

This episode features Coach Aaron with co-host Mark “The Clown Prince of MMA” Mickells with special guest Khuen Kru Kameron Vogt.

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MAMA Podcast: Episode 3 Anthony Carlson

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MAMA Podcast: Episode 2 Rodrigo Vaghi

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MAMA Podcast: Episode 1: Professor Ed

MAMA’s first podcast. It’s our first go at it so please enjoy and be patient as we work out the bugs and plenty of operator error! If you have any suggestions for topics please email us!

Episode 1 – Professor Ed

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Sparring in America

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by Kevin Ross

Recently I was sent a quote by Saenchai,
“When it comes to technique, work on it over and over again until you have mastered it. The most important thing for me is technical sparring, I always tried to do as much as possible throughout my career and think it should be the most important part of any ones training. You should try and spar with as many people as you can, spar in a controlled manner so you are learning not just using brute strength. When you get to a good level always look for fighters better than you to work with and learn from.” Continue Reading…

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Positive Peer Culture of Martial Arts

positive peer, support, team, martial artsThe benefits of positive peer cultures and groups are well researched and documented.  Regardless of the actual program, surrounding yourself by a group of not just like minded individuals but those who support your goals is proven to promote positive change for all involved.  Martial Arts schools and gyms have proven especially effective in creating such environments. Continue Reading…

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