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More chances than ever for martial artists to go for gold
02 August 2021

More chances than ever for martial artists to go for gold

Whether you are a fan, a competitor or you practice martial arts for fun or fitness, it is encouraging to see martial artists make history. And the Olympics have brought plenty of opportunities to do just that. In 2012, Jade Jones won Britain’s first Tae Kwon Do gold medal, and then successfully defended her title at the 2016 games. The delayed 2020 Tokyo games give more opportunities than ever...
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peek a boo boxing style
24 March 2017

peek a boo boxing style

Boxing styles: Peek-a-Boo  With the peek-a-boo boxing stance, your head is protected while your fists are ready for a quick jab. Are you interested in adding this stance to your repertoire? Read on for a little background and tips on how you can lure your opponent into a game of peek-a-boo in the ring. Peek-a-Boo Boxing Style Background The peek-a-boo boxing style may have come to mainstream attention...
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Legends Profile: Mike Tyson
01 December 2016

Legends Profile: Mike Tyson

Many of the world’s greatest boxers are larger-than-life characters, known as much for their prowess in the ring as they are for their antics outside. But it’s safe to say that Mike Tyson’s career pushes this notion to the extreme. Regardless of what you think about his character, there’s no question that Tyson thrives on his own notoriety. And his peek-a-boo boxing-style exploits...
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