Ivan's Kendo Blog
My journey into the skills and philosophies of samuri. "Kendo" means the way of the sword. Here you can find photos, videos, useful tips as well as personal experiences while learning kendo.
The Blue Wave Taekwondo School
I will document some of the Taekwondo classes I teach on this blog. Including drill explaination and video demonstrations.
Also, events of the Blue Wave Taekwondo Association, and some Taekwondo product reviews.
White Collar BJJ
Submission Grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training advice, product reviews, and recommendations for the working professional.
All about the journey. Practice. Teaching. Training. Life. And maybe a comment or two about the weather.
The Kids' Karate Workbook
A blog about martial arts training for children: books, teaching, practice, and more; and a place to share ideas among teachers and students. By the author of the children's training manual of the same name from North Atlantic/Blue Snake Books.
Malcolm Bale Jiu Jitsu
Malcolm Bale Jiu Jitsu. Head Instructor of Jiu Jitsu Calgary giving his news and views of Jiu Jitsu and Martial Fitness Training.
Essays and musings on martial arts philosophy, teaching, and training, from the perspective of being a Westerner practicing Eastern arts.
Tales of a Mommy Karateka
Musings on my journey to Shodan Shiai and overall martial arts speak.
British Aikido history and lineage blog.
Becoming the Lion
I study and train in the difficult art of Yin Style Baguazhang and try to chronicle my journey in the art here, including training ideas, thoughts and feelings, and developments in my understanding of the art.
Emergent Martial Arts
Martial arts at the forefront of development, moving past the need for collective self identification, and into effortless open sourced expression.
Cuong Nhu Redwood Dojo
Primarily dojo information, and in future to be a blog for Redwood Dojo in Oakland, CA.
DOSE: FILIPINO MARTIAL ARTS
This blog is about Filipino fighting arts and martial culture and history of the Philippines-- Arnis, Kali, and Eskrima. The blogger uses anthropology, archaeology, sociology, kinesiology, biomechanics, linguistics, literature, and history to study the traditional martial arts of the Philippines.
AIKIDO NOTES FOR THE OLIFANT
Windsornot's Other Journal
Journey of a 30-something (closer to 40-something), mom who just earned her 1st degree black belt in Songham Taekwondo, and now is looking towards her 2nd degree belt. She even tries to compete in TKD too! Also tracks her little kid's progress as well.