Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Taekwondo punch to the throat

two guys sparring, when blue punches red right onto his throat causing him to faint

Advanced Taekwondo Kicks & Punches : Advanced Tae Kwon Do

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Classic Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris Fight-Way Of The Dragon

Bruce Lee Vs Chuck Norris Hong Kong action film climactic fight to the death between martial arts legend Roman Colosseum Rome Chuck Norris plays a villain two Nunchakus return of the dragon Violent bloody kung-fu kung fu non-stop action film HK films great fighting punching Kick kicking punch directing debut fists and feet Bob Wall "Colt" CHINESE BOXING greatest fight scene ever Karate Bruce Lee Siu-Lung Way of the Dragon

The Speed Of Bruce Lee--Long Beach Demo

This is a part from the demonstration of Bruce Lee in Long Beach in the 1960's.

Bruce Lee's One-Inch Punch

Bruce Lee was trained in traditional Kung Fu Wing Chun. But was a student of All Martial Arts. He used elements from all arts and is the true father of MMA.

In 1959, James W. DeMile began his martial arts career in Seattle under the direction of the legendary Bruce Lee. As one of Bruce Lee's first generation students, Mr. DeMile had the opportunity of assisting Bruce in developing his unique fighting skills. It was also DeMile's privilege to appear in Bruce's only book, "The Philosophical Art of Self Defense".

Previous to training with Bruce Lee, DeMile was the "Duke" of the Capitol Hill gang in Seattle and an undefeated heavyweight boxer in the Air Force.

One of the foremost authorities on modern Wing Chun, DeMile has adapted Bruce's modification of the ancient art of Wing Chun and created WING CHUN DO, a practical self defense system. For the history and philosophy behind Wing Chun Do, see Way of Wing Chun.

DeMile has published many articles, appeared on TV and in the movies, written four best selling martial arts books, and produced a number of training videos, including "Bruce Lee's One and Three Inch Floating Punch", one of the most devastating strikes in the martial arts.

Twin Brick Speed Break : Tae Kwon-Do Knife Hand: MARK MILLER

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Thursday, September 3, 2009

TaeKwonDo BEST video

Andre Lima and other fighters competing in Olympic Taekwondo

Taekwondo Best Knockouts

Tae Kwon Do board break. Flying Side Kick