Man walk again !

This is so incredible that have to be shared! Below you can find article about successful transplanting cells from  nasal cavity into  spinal cord which make  this man able to walk again! Man walks again

Training and the immune system

This week I would like to have a closer look at the relationship between training and health.  There is no doubt that engaging in regular physical activities improves our health.  Exercising increases the production of white blood cells, which are responsible for our immune response to infections.  In […]

Video about Thigh Kick/Mawashi Geri Gedan

Last week I published an article about Mawashi Geri Gedan.  Although I can describe the details in writing I felt that it was all a bit “dry” as it forces us to use our imagination and is open to different interpretations.  Consequently this week I thought I would […]

Thigh Kick/ Mawashi Geri Gedan

This article covers how to perform thigh kicks or in Japanese, Mawashi Geri Gedan.  Around the world different martial arts and combat sports have a variety of methods for teaching and executing this technique.  Which one is the best?  The answer to this question is simple – the […]

Summer Camp 2015

Summer 2015 our club will visit Poland Where we will experience climbing and potholing, below you can find few pictures from our last journey 🙂 More pictures at


In this article I will focus on different types of squats.  First off, how should we perform them – a full squat or just a little bit?  There are a lot of opinions.  For some very deep squats work better and others struggle to perform them.  Why do […]


For years I had done the traditional approach to stretching in martial arts training.  This consisted of a general warm up followed by static stretching, which then moved onto kicks, punches and whatever else was being taught in the session.   Using this approach I was not able to […]

Seminar Review

Last weekend our club hosted an International Budo Seminar where we had various martial arts instructors demonstrating and teaching their arts. Personally for me this event was a great success, especially as I was initially worried that we would have only limited attendance. In the end we had […]