Reviewing a decade of fitness, Sabrina shares how change has taken place for her, and how change will continue. We either go with it or get shaped by it.
Being injured doesn't mean you have to completely stop your martial arts journey. This article shares how you could still progress to train through injury.
In this guest article, Peter Reeve, a 2nd Dan Moo Duk Kwan practitioner and Instructor at Norfolk Soo Bahk Do, shares how martial arts has helped him to manage and improve on his mental health challenges.
In this interview, Jamie Robson SBN of the UK & Ireland Moo Duk Kwan shares his story of how martial arts training has helped him overcome the effects of bullying.
Moo Do Jaseh (or Martial Way) underpins the philosophy behind your martial art. For those looking for a deeper meaning to their journey, understanding how you can apply this is important. In this interview, Steven Lemner SBN, a 7th Dan in the USA Moo Duk Kwan explores the concept of Moo Do Jaseh further.
An environmental view to training captures several dimensions where the practitioner influences (and is also influenced by) his or her surroundings. Thinking about this provides martial artists a deeper understanding of their journey so far, and also offers opportunities to develop the mindset and spiritual aspects of training further. In this interview, Elodie Mollet SBN of France Moo Duk Kwan shares how different environmental dimensions have shaped her martial arts journey so far.
"There's more to martial arts than just the belt" is something many of us have heard (and even said!) before. In this article, Simon Hall - Instructor at Essex Soo Bahk Do, shares his incredible journey of how he went from personal challenges that included the loss of family members and being very unfit; to getting into shape, achieving his black belt, bonding with his son, and now launching his very own dojang!
Following on from the article How to prepare for your next martial arts grading, I thought it would be helpful to interview Gillian Dean SBN, who is a 4th Dan…
This article, using my experience of attending the 50th Anniversary Celebrations in Greece, illustrates various learning opportunities you could get from attending future events, which you can apply to further your own martial arts growth.