Larry Isaac's Martial Arts Center
Items provided: Learn additional martial arts history and information, a list of system kata for open hand and kobudo (weapons), a few open hand kata reference video's available for the Nai Hanchi Kata's, Hanshi Isaac's Bio, additional affiliated dojo's listed.
Okinawa Kenpo Karate Kobudo - Charles Mann
Items Provided: Learn additional martial arts history and information, a list of system kata divided by type of weapon and open hand, photo's of okinawa weaponry
Universal Martial Arts Association
We are a "NO POLITICS" Association where rank is earned through years of dedicated training. Membership is open to All Styles of Martial Arts and all Systems of Martial Traditions. Join UMAA today and become part of the fastest growing martial arts family in the world!
At Chandler's MMA. , our goal is to help develop strong life skills that will help you in all areas of your life. Master McGowan provides classes in Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Hapkido, and a Tae Kwon Do Youth program along with our Okinawa Kobudo weapons program.
Ikigai Way - Martial arts blog by Matthew Apsokardu
Items Provided: Great articles on information, history, tips, and variety of viewpoints, interviews, information and video links. Please explore & enjoy!
Yosemite Samurai - Martial Arts Blogs by Matt Jones
Items Provided: Great articles on viewpoints, &, information and video links. Please explore & enjoy! These are the blogs that are Martial arts related and that you might find of interest.
How full is your cup?
The Man in the Mirror
The fourth level of forms
Shugyo: A Ritual of Training
Seven Habits of Highley Effective Martial Artists
Tribuite to Hanshi Isaac's promotion to 10th degree
Photo's of BlackBelt Exchange gathering 2009
Ideal Martial Arts Class Structure
TKD Black Belt curriculum (noted by Mrs. Rush, that this reading can be translated to any martial arts style perspective - not just TKD)
Arizona OKKK lineage
Instructor Flexibility: A different kind of stretch
How to choose a martial arts school
Location, Location, Location