The leading UK martial arts magazine, Martial Arts Illustrated is one that won’t back down from a fight.
This straight-talking magazine is absolutely packed with content, and will keep the attention of any martial arts enthusiast for hours. Inside you’ll find all the latest martial arts news and coverage of the different fighting scenes, as well as illustrated (hence the title) guides to performing different moves from different disciples, be that Karate, Kung-fu, Tae Kwon Do, Kickboxing or any of the many other styles and techniques. Where this mag really excels is in the many insightful and revealing interviews with martial arts experts, giving you a taste of the dedication and lifestyle of a professional.
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We have the utmost respect for those who are either learning of have mastered one or more of the many martial arts out there, and not just because they could beat us up, but because they could beat us up and they choose not to.
Martial arts take years of dedicated practise and effort to get good at, and even more to become the very best. Yet, after all that, they still use their powers only for good (or for competitions). Taking up a martial art is a fantastic choice; not only is wonderfully healthy exercise and guaranteed to help you shed a few of those pounds you put on over Christmas, it teaches self confidence and respect.
The human body is absolutely filled with potential just waiting to be unlocked by those willing to train hard and push themselves. Once you’ve picked up the passion, you will likely never stop, and there are probably more than a few octogenarian fighters out there who could best us. So, less time down the pub, more time training. Now, if only we could persuade the martial arts authorities that Tai Chi is simply a martial art but in slow motion – think matrix – because we reckon that’s about the limit of our abilities. NB