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The Karate Science of Wrist Rotation, by J. D. Swanson, PhD, February 27, 2017
I was reading through one of my martial arts group news feeds the other day on Facebook, and I stumbled across a question posed by one of the members. The…
About a Real Fight, by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, February 20, 2017
Before you get into a fight, you must first ask yourself a few things: Is this fight necessary? What is my motivation in this fight? What are my chances of…
Fighting Physics: The Mechanics of the Staff, by Chris Hall, February 13, 2017
Physics is one broad brushstroke of a topic! If we got technical, we could talk about how the atoms of the staff and the arrangement of the wood fibers along…
Sumo: David vs. Goliath, by Andrew Zerling, February 10, 2017
In Malcolm Gladwell's very popular book David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants, the author deeply explores the lessons behind the three-thousand-year-old Biblical story of how…

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LATEST NEWS

Clinch Fighting: Past, Present, and Future, Jan. 18, 2017
YMAA author Andrew Zerling has written an article that is posted in "MMA Uncaged" Issue 40

Congratulations to Michelle Lin from YMAA Andover, Jan. 5, 2017
Michelle Lin began her training as a child at YMAA Andover in Massachusetts. She is now a student in the intensive kung fu program at the YMAA Retreat Center...

YMAA Books Receive Award Recognition, Dec. 13, 2016
Five YMAA books received award recognition from Best Book Awards. This awards program is in its 13th year and attracted 2,000 entrants...

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