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  • Chemistry is an important element of the NASCAR racing industry. The drivers and their crew must not only understand the chemical science involved in making their cars run fast—they must also develop a personal chemistry, allowing for the direct and subliminal communication that brings out the best in both the car and the driver. Both of these aspects of NASCAR chemistry will be explored in this article.

    Chemistry for NASCAR Drivers and Crew

    Chemistry for NASCAR Drivers and Crew

    by Teresa Coppens25

  • A brief BJJ tutorial on how to do the cross collar choke in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Featuring instruction from 1st degree black belt Trey Martin of Revolution BJJ.

    How to Cross Choke From the Mount in BJJ

    How to Cross Choke From the Mount in BJJ

    by Andrew Smith0

  • In the fake world of wrestling, things don't always go according to plan. A lot of the unplanned incidents go unnoticed by the fans. However, some of the incidents are so big, they cannot be ignored.

    7 Real Moments in the Fake World of Pro Wrestling

    7 Real Moments in the Fake World of Pro Wrestling

    by RyanDrew0

  • Colorado is home to many beautiful, technical disc golf courses in the Denver area and beyond. Check out this list of both free and paid disc courses to visit.

    Best Disc Golf Courses to Play in Colorado

    Best Disc Golf Courses to Play in Colorado

    by Katy Medium0

  • A brief tutorial outlining several ways to combine and flow in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

    Combinations in BJJ

    Combinations in BJJ

    by Andrew Smith0

  • A guide to how to ride a time trial. Featuring tips and techniques for faster cycling against the clock. Time trial equipment for faster riding and strategies to follow to improve bicycling performance.

    How to Ride a Time Trial: Tips and Techniques

    How to Ride a Time Trial: Tips and Techniques

    by Liam Hallam9

  • How to use spider guard for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, starting from the knees.

    Spider Guard for BJJ

    Spider Guard for BJJ

    by Andrew Smith0

  • A brief BJJ tutorial on how to reverse armbar from butterfly guard, featuring instruction by Andrew Silber, Daniel Frank, and Andrew Smith of Revolution BJJ in Richmond, VA.

    How to Reverse Armbar in BJJ (Butterfly Guard)

    How to Reverse Armbar in BJJ (Butterfly Guard)

    by Andrew Smith0

  • When choosing a martial art for self-defense, obviously, you want one that has practical application in the street and other situations in which real-life attacks occur. You want a system that takes into account a good range of scenarios and uses...

    Best Martial Arts for Self Defense in the Streets

    Best Martial Arts for Self Defense in the Streets

    by Nathan Bernardo14

  • Okay, I'm assuming that it is the night before your big local tournament, club scramble, or club championship. These mental tricks are intended for golfers of all skill levels who want to shave a couple of strokes off of their game. After all, golf is about as mentally stringent as sports come.

    6 Mental Tricks to Improve Your Golf Score

    6 Mental Tricks to Improve Your Golf Score

    by Blake Atkinson7

  • This is the story of a boxing jester who went toe to toe with a bear, a kangaroo, and an octopus. A man who once ate 52 hot dogs right before a fight and even dropped the immortal Joe Louis to the canvas with a left hook. Oh, there's more!

    Two Ton Tony: Boxing's Most Colorful Character

    Two Ton Tony: Boxing's Most Colorful Character

    by Brendan Michael Cronin0

  • The omoplata is a classic shoulder lock submission most students learn at white belt. Here are some highly effective, nasty submissions from the omoplata.

    Three Nasty Omoplata Finishes

    Three Nasty Omoplata Finishes

    by Andrew Smith0

  • Attending one of the four major golf tournaments is a big occasion, so you need to know how to dress and what to bring. Learn how to balance appropriate attire with comfort for the perfect spectator outfit. Find out which items you will need and which ones are prohibited.

    What to Wear and Bring to a Golf Tournament: A Spectator's Guide

    What to Wear and Bring to a Golf Tournament: A Spectator's Guide

    by Sarah Johnson20

  • A brief BJJ tutorial on a few different ways to establish S-mount (and get the submission), featuring BJJ black belt Andrew Smith from Revolution BJJ in Richmond, VA.

    How to Establish S-Mount: A BJJ Tutorial

    How to Establish S-Mount: A BJJ Tutorial

    by Andrew Smith0

  • Long arm span or reach is an important physical attribute in boxing. A good percentage of boxing champions have enjoyed a significant reach advantage over most of their opponents.

    15 Boxing Champions With Incredible Ape Indices

    15 Boxing Champions With Incredible Ape Indices

    by Charles Nuamah0

  • When it was first released, many thought the 80s martial arts classic 'Kickboxer' starring John Claude Van Damme was based on a true story. Was it though? Join me as I take a look at some of the early kickboxing vs muay thai fights that may have inspired the story.

    The Real Tong Po?

    The Real Tong Po?

    by Andrew Campbell0

  • Imagine getting free product and gear to use, travelling around the globe, skating all the best skateparks, and ultimately getting paid to do what you love: skateboarding!

    7 Keys to Getting Sponsored Skateboarding

    7 Keys to Getting Sponsored Skateboarding

    by Billy44

  • These tips and techniques, and a little preparation, could save your life. Reduce your chance of being a victim and know what to do in the event of an attack.

    Self-Defense Every Girl Should Know

    Self-Defense Every Girl Should Know

    by kbdressman14

  • Randall "Tex" Cobb was a character of epic and hilarious proportions. A championship contender, kickboxer, karate black belt, football player, actor, scholar, songwriter, bar-brawler, etc...This guy gave new meaning to the term renaissance man.

    Tex: The Incredible True Story of a Boxing Outlaw

    Tex: The Incredible True Story of a Boxing Outlaw

    by Brendan Michael Cronin0

  • A brief tutorial on a hip throw, a trip, and a back throw you can use for BJJ.

    3 Judo Throws for BJJ

    3 Judo Throws for BJJ

    by Andrew Smith2

  • A guide to converting an old road race bike into a cyclocross racer whether you're using an old road racing frameset or a touring bike. It's pretty easy to create a budget CX bike

    How to Convert a Road Bike for Cyclocross Racing

    How to Convert a Road Bike for Cyclocross Racing

    by Liam Hallam0

  • We love to hate them, but heels are a necessity in professional wrestling. Storytelling requires a good villain, someone for the hero to eventually overcome. This list looks at five great wrestlers that audiences love to hate.

    Five Greatest Heels in Professional Wrestling

    Five Greatest Heels in Professional Wrestling

    by Nigel Kirk0

  • The Big Four have dominated men's single tennis for over a decade, but who are they?

    Tennis' "Big Four"

    Tennis' "Big Four"

    by John Bullock6

  • Teaching gymnastics skills correctly is similar to teaching academics because kids learn what they practice. If you take the time to teach a child good basics, they will benefit from the time you spend. A good foundation of skills is the best thing you can give your athlete.

    How to Teach and Coach Gymnastics to Kids: Build a Great Foundation

    How to Teach and Coach Gymnastics to Kids: Build a Great Foundation

    by Kristi Sharp0

  • Many top level Kickboxers have successfully crossed over to the world of Mixed Martial Arts but only a small number have had lasting success in the top tier of the UFC.

    Top Five Kickboxers in the UFC

    Top Five Kickboxers in the UFC

    by Andrew Campbell0

  • Kickboxing is a physically demanding sport. Whilst there is no substitute for spending hours in the gym working on your kickboxing technique, you can use these 5 exercises to supplement your training and give you the competitive edge.

    Top 5 Exercises for Kickboxing

    Top 5 Exercises for Kickboxing

    by Andrew Campbell0

  • During the 50s, pro wrestling was one of my favorite sports. You couldn't keep me away from the TV or a live bout if I could see my favorite grapplers. I recall my favorite pro wrestling champs.

    My Favorite Pro Wrestling Champs in the 50s

    My Favorite Pro Wrestling Champs in the 50s

    by Paul Richard Kuehn18

  • Sometimes, people die in the ring to provide entertainment and to fatten the bank accounts of promoters and hangers on.

    Death in the Boxing Ring

    Death in the Boxing Ring

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • There are many skills that can advance the career of gymnasts. I've put together this list of ten core skills that will be exemplary building blocks for any athlete that wants to further their career in gymnastics.

    Skills Every Gymnast Should Know

    Skills Every Gymnast Should Know

    by Kristi Sharp9

  • The top IFBB Bikini competitors, featuring Marzia Prince, Amanda Latona, Jessica Anderson, Kristal Marshall, Tianna Ta, and more.

    The Top IFBB Pro Bikini Competitors

    The Top IFBB Pro Bikini Competitors

    by sabrebIade42

  • People often wonder about the marvelous, wonderful, and sometimes magical world of competitive gymnastics. This is the truth about competitive gymnastics. This article details the good, the bad, and everything in between.

    Competitive Gymnastics for Young Girls: What to Expect

    Competitive Gymnastics for Young Girls: What to Expect

    by Kristi Sharp200

  • How a young man from Pittsburgh, a legend from Gómez Palacio, and a 25-year-old rivalry led to the hottest feud of CMLL's summer.

    CMLL and the Summer of Sam

    CMLL and the Summer of Sam

    by Eric Mutter0

  • When most people think of the top ten golfers of all time, Tiger Woods or Jack Nicklaus are likely to come to mind. However, there are many golfers from much earlier eras that deserve a look.

    The Top Ten Best Golfers of All Time

    The Top Ten Best Golfers of All Time

    by Chris Price0

  • A brief tutorial on several guillotine choke variations for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and grappling competitions and training.

    BJJ Guillotine Variations

    BJJ Guillotine Variations

    by Andrew Smith0

  • A brief tutorial on three options from technical mount, and some conceptual considerations.

    Technical Mount

    Technical Mount

    by Andrew Smith0

  • Two different "low" style butterfly guard passes for sport Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition and rolling. Lessons by Andrew Smith and Trey Martin of Revolution BJJ in Richmond, VA.

    3 Low Butterfly Guard Passes for BJJ Competition

    3 Low Butterfly Guard Passes for BJJ Competition

    by Andrew Smith0

  • A brief BJJ tutorial on how to do the X-pass in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Lessons by BJJ black belt Andrew "Goatfury" Smith of Revolution BJJ in Richmond, VA.

    How to Do an X-Pass in BJJ

    How to Do an X-Pass in BJJ

    by Andrew Smith2

  • Martial arts is an important part of many people's lives. Find out what is the significance of training.

    Why Is Martial Arts Important?

    Why Is Martial Arts Important?

    by Nathan Bernardo6

  • This guide tells you how to set up and perform the rear naked choke to submit or KO your opponent. It's useful for martial artists and also people that want to learn a great self-defence move!

    How to Perform the Rear Naked Choke to Submission/KO

    How to Perform the Rear Naked Choke to Submission/KO

    by Rain Defence12

  • Here we explore Karate games primarily designed for children in a Karate class, but they are an effective engagement for working with any group of children in various settings.

    Karate Games for Kids

    Karate Games for Kids

    by Nathan Bernardo14

  • Do you get dizzy? How do you get started in figure skating? How do figure skaters jump and spin? Get answers to these questions and more.

    FAQs About Figure Skating

    FAQs About Figure Skating

    by H C Palting2

  • Many people who are new to golf may think the scorecard looks like a bunch of numbers with no rhyme or reason. Here are tips to help golf newbies read a scorecard.

    How to Read a Golf Scorecard

    How to Read a Golf Scorecard

    by Chris Price0

  • Find the best disc golf putting style for you. Get tips on disc golf putting grip, stance and how to throw a putter.

    Disc Golf Putting Tips

    Disc Golf Putting Tips

    by Katy Medium0

  • For success at gymnastics competitions, there are a number of elements: (1) consistent strength and stretching; (2) healthy diet; (3) adequate sleep; and (4) positive self-talk. Here's how you can accomplish each of these elements and have your best gymnastics meet ever!

    Tips for Success at Gymnastics Competitions

    Tips for Success at Gymnastics Competitions

    by Stephanie Hicks15

  • Making a balance beam for gymnastics practice is not difficult. Details and instructions for building a simple and inexpensive balance beam.

    How to Make a Gymnastics Balance Beam

    How to Make a Gymnastics Balance Beam

    by Dan Harmon7

  • A brief BJJ tutorial on the "cheap sweep", a.k.a. the easiest sweep in all of BJJ.

    The Easiest BJJ Sweep

    The Easiest BJJ Sweep

    by Andrew Smith0

  • The Ryder Cup scoring works slightly differently to the usual golf tournaments you see in that it is a matchplay tournament rather than strokeplay. Find out exactly how the Ryder Cup scoring works in this article.

    How Does the Ryder Cup Scoring Work?

    How Does the Ryder Cup Scoring Work?

    by Marian L6

  • So you're thinking about starting your child in junior golf this year, and not sure where to start looking for the appropriate junior golf equipment. The good news is that the golf industry has made great strides in recent years developing age-appropriate gear.

    Measuring Your Child for Junior Golf Clubs

    Measuring Your Child for Junior Golf Clubs

    by All Child's Play7

  • I'm not a golf pro but I've learned a lot from playing the last 20 years. Check out my golf tips and advice on the little things that make the game go more smoothly.

    Tips for Enjoying Golf More

    Tips for Enjoying Golf More

    by Virginia Allain3

  • The teachings of Aikido are those of self-control and finding inner peace and confidence. Learn more about the basics of Aikido.

    Aikido Basics for Beginners

    Aikido Basics for Beginners

    by Hal Gall8

  • Back in the day, there were many wrestling territories and Vince McMahon raided the territories in order to be the king of the mountain. He did whatever he could to decimate the competition.

    A Look Back at the WWF vs WCW Monday Night Wars

    A Look Back at the WWF vs WCW Monday Night Wars

    by Jan Michael Ong0

  • I think it goes without saying that our Founding Fathers were all for fighting for your rights and standing up to bullies. After all, they went up against an empire to secure their own rights and the rights of Americans. Some of them also happened to practice martial arts. Read on to find out more.

    US Presidents Who Practiced Martial Arts

    US Presidents Who Practiced Martial Arts

    by Nathan Bernardo6

  • Learn the basic things that all bowlers should know. This covers bowling etiquette, where to look on the lane, and how to begin the path to having a hook.

    Bowling Tips for Beginners

    Bowling Tips for Beginners

    by Lifebeatme11

  • If you’ve studied any variety of martial arts or self-defense options, chances are you’ve learned how to do a hip throw. The hip throw is designed primarily to avoid injury and get an attacker away from you quickly. As I grow older, I find...

    How to Do a Hip Throw Correctly

    How to Do a Hip Throw Correctly

    by Cameron Corniuk5

  • Jack Johnson (nicknamed the Galveston Giant) was the first African American boxer to win the heavyweight boxing title during the Jim Crow era. Johnson became a boxing legend after defeating the reining white champion Tommy Burns

    Boxing Champion: Jack Johnson's Legacy

    Boxing Champion: Jack Johnson's Legacy

    by L.M. Hosler2

  • Here we explore the use of math in martial arts. Geometry and use of angles and shapes such as circles and triangles for movement and footwork, and physics for movement, power, and energy.

    Martial Arts Mathematics

    Martial Arts Mathematics

    by Nathan Bernardo5

  • Points to consider about the sport of skateboarding today. It is not only healthy but fun. Meet one individual who knows first-hand what makes this activity a positive experience at any age.

    The Positive Side of Skateboarding

    The Positive Side of Skateboarding

    by Dianna Mendez35

  • Aikido is a peaceful martial art that focuses on using your mind in concert with your body in such a way that harnessing Ki energy becomes second nature.

    Aikido Principles and Philosophy

    Aikido Principles and Philosophy

    by Hal Gall19

  • The Dempsey Roll is a boxing technique that was pioneered by Jack Dempsey and used extensively by Mike Tyson. It allows a boxer to generate tremendous power while expending minimal energy.

    How to Use the Dempsey Roll in Boxing

    How to Use the Dempsey Roll in Boxing

    by CJMcAllister3

  • A guide to the winning bicycles of the tour de france. Including Tour De France winning groupsets, wheel manufacturers and frame materials.

    Winning Bikes of the Tour De France

    Winning Bikes of the Tour De France

    by Liam Hallam12

  • Some sneaky setups for the triangle choke with the overhook from closed guard, featuring BJJ black belt Andrew "Goatfury" Smith of Revolution BJJ in Richmond, VA.

    Closed Guard Triangle Setups: A BJJ Tutorial

    Closed Guard Triangle Setups: A BJJ Tutorial

    by Andrew Smith0

  • Have you ever heard of the sport called power tumbling? It is similar to gymnastics... but different! Read on to find out exactly what power tumbling involves, how it compares to traditional gymnastics and whether it is the right sport for you.

    What Is Power Tumbling and How Is It Different From Gymnastics?

    What Is Power Tumbling and How Is It Different From Gymnastics?

    by SmartAndFun39

  • BJJ is a fun sport that takes many years to master. Finding the right balance between training enough to build muscle memory, but taking enough time to recover & avoid injury is essential to success.

    How Often Should You Train in BJJ?

    How Often Should You Train in BJJ?

    by Leslie Ann0

  • Pickleball is a unique sport where players don't have to invent new ways to improve their game but rather strategize better to win that point. Here are some of the best used strategies in pickleball.

    The Best Pickleball Strategies

    The Best Pickleball Strategies

    by Raymond1

  • Many parents have opted to put their children into martial arts classes as a positive activity for their personal growth and development. Find out why martial arts is good for kids.

    Why Martial Arts Is Good for Kids

    Why Martial Arts Is Good for Kids

    by Nathan Bernardo0

  • This article examines the issues surrounding the question: Should boxing be banned? and looks at the arguments for and against that are used by people.

    Arguments For and Against Banning Boxing

    Arguments For and Against Banning Boxing

    by Paul Goodman42

  • Learning how to serve in tennis is important, as an effective serve can give you a big advantage over your opponent. I outline the four main types of serve.

    The 4 Main Types of Tennis Serves

    The 4 Main Types of Tennis Serves

    by Paul Goodman1

  • Without the ability to take a punch, the most talented MMA fighter would not be successful for long. Fortunately for them, these ten fighters had chins that bordered on legendary.

    Who Has the Best Chin in MMA?

    Who Has the Best Chin in MMA?

    by CJMcAllister3

  • No matter how young or old you are, you can ice skate if you are in good health. Learn what you should wear, how to do a couple of basic moves, how to get up from a fall, and more.

    How to Ice Skate for the First Time

    How to Ice Skate for the First Time

    by H C Palting14

  • Not many know that the fictional Rocky Balboa is based on a real person named Chuck Wepner. He was a small time boxer who got the chance of a lifetime and inspired many with his raw courage.

    Meet the Real Rocky Balboa

    Meet the Real Rocky Balboa

    by Dan W Miller9

  • Although known as the peaceful martial art, Aikido does incorporate weapons training in it's curriculum, most notably the Jo Staff. Discover some of the history behind the Jo.

    Aikido Training With Jo Staffs

    Aikido Training With Jo Staffs

    by Hal Gall30

  • Ape index compares an individual's arm span relative to their height. MMA fighters with a higher ape index have numerous advantages in their weight class.

    12 MMA Fighters With Incredible Ape Indices

    12 MMA Fighters With Incredible Ape Indices

    by Charles Nuamah10

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