Martial Arts DVDs
$19.95Explosive power is critical for all sports. For mixed martial artists, it is essential. This DVD is designed to give you that explosiveness needed to perform by developing the coordinated muscular action.
Agility ladder drills are used to develop quickness in the lower body, while kettlebells and medicine ball drills are employed for full body work. After this workout, there will not be a muscle that you have not worked - EXPLOSIVELY! Learn More
$24.95Ufc 64: Unstoppable video The UFC middleweight and lightweight titles were on the line Saturday, October 14, 2006 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ufc 64: Unstoppable film Bouts include: UFC Middleweight Championship: Rich Franklin (185) vs. Anderson Silva (185); Vacant UFC Lightweight Championship: Kenny Florian (155) vs. Sean Sherk (154. 5); Jon Fitch (170) vs. Kuniyoshi Hironaka (170); Cheick Kongo (226) vs. Carmelo Marrero (222); Spencer Fisher (155) vs. Joe Lauzon (155); Keith Jardine (205) vs. Mike Nickels (205); Yushin Okami (185) vs. Kalib Starnes (185); Justin James (155) vs. Clay Guida (154. 5); and Kurt Pellegrino (154. 5) vs. Junior Assuncao (155).. Learn More
$24.95Sacramento Arco Arena, November 18, 2006 – UFC welterweight title challenger Georges St. Pierre will square off with champion Matt Hughes for the biggest fight of his young career, a chance at redemption against the only man to beat him. UFC 65 also features the UFC heavyweight title bout between champion Tim Sylvia and challenger Jeff Monson.
Event Bouts: UFC Welterweight Championship Matt Hughes (170) vs. Georges St. Pierre (169)
UFC Heavyweight Championship Tim Sylvia (262.5) vs. Jeff Monson (237.5)
Frank Mir (254) vs. Brandon Vera (230.5) Alessio Sakara (204) vs. Drew McFedries (202) Joe Stevenson (155) vs. Dokonjonosuke Mishima (154.5) Nick Diaz (171) vs. Gleison Tibau (171) Antoni Hardonk (242.5) vs. Sherman Pendergarst (247.5) Hector Ramirez (203) vs. James Irvin (205.5) Josh Schockman (235) vs. Jake O’Brien (232.5) Learn More
$24.95Linking the time when karate was a strictly Okinawan art of self-defense shrouded in the deepest secrecy and the present day, when it has become a martial art practiced throughout the world, is Gichin Funakoshi, the "Father of Karate-do."
Out of modesty, he was reluctant to write this autobiography and did not do so until he was nearly ninety years of age. Trained in the Confucian classics, he was a schoolteacher early in life, but after decades of study under the foremost masters, he gave up his livelihood to devote the rest of his life to the propagation of the Way of Karate. Under his guidance, techniques and nomenclature were refined and modernized, the spiritual essence was brought to the fore, and karate evolved into a true martial art.
Various forms of empty-hand techniques have been practiced in Okinawa for centuries, but due to the lack of historical records, fancy often masquerades as fact. In telling of his own famous teachers-and not only of their mastery of technique but of the way they acted in critical situations-the author reveals what true karate is. The stories he tells about himself are no less instructive: his determination to continue the art, after having started it to improve his health; his perseverance in the face of difficulties, even of poverty; his strict observance of the way of life of the samurai; and the spirit of self-reliance that he carried into an old age kept healthy by his practice of Karate-do. Learn More