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FREE Guide on how to get published in martial arts magazines


Welcome to the free guide on how to get published in martial arts magazines. For three years, I wrote for Combat Magazine, Traditional Karate, Fighters and Taekwondo & Korean Martial Arts. Two of those years I was actually employed as Features Editor and Technical Consultant, writing over three hundred articles, interviews, profiles and news pieces. … Continue reading

Instructing – a privilege that can be taken for granted


Let’s face it, when you’re feeling ill, down, tired, grumpy or just plain lazy, teaching of any kind can be a chore. When what you’re teaching is as physical as most martial arts, and as athletic at Taekwondo can be, motivation can be as hard to find as hen’s teeth. This weekend, it was hammered … Continue reading

Parm Rai – Dedicated to Taekwondo


Snapshot questions: Full Name: Parmjit RaiAge: 41 yearsLength Training: Started Taekwon-Do in 1979Grade(s): 7th Degree Master InstructorStyle(s): ITFInstructor(s): Master Choi Jung Hwa, President of ITF —- end call out box —- —- call out box —- Snapshot of the person Favourite Food: IndianFavourite Music: anything relaxingFavourite Book: Taekwon-Do EncyclopaediaFavourite Pattern: Hwa-RangFavourite Technique: Downward KickFavourite Film: … Continue reading

Bill Wallace – Kicking’s $6m dollar man!


Bill ‘Superfoot’ Wallace is a kicking legend. With his kicks clocked at over 60mph, and the ability to throw a hook kick, roundhouse (turning) and sidekick from the same chamber, he was as great a pioneer in kicking as Bruce Lee was in concepts. Such was his influence in kicking, that many people now use … Continue reading

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