Martial Way

TanDao on December 13th, 2013

Greetings Companions on the Way, We’re excited about this second episode of our Evolving Martial Artist series, Warrior, Scholar, Monk. What’s the secret to true power? Strength? Strategy? Skill? Spirit? Everybody knows the answer – well, sort of.  If you go beyond echoing wisdom clichés and really use this principle as a guide, you’ll maximize your […]

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TanDao on October 8th, 2013

I love martial arts. Like a magician who revels in providing wonder and awe to audiences, I love to share with others my passion for martial arts. When I was a young martial artist, I would ask non-martial artists to grab me or punch me and then I would dazzle them by unleashing my self […]

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Our Facebook question sparked a creative conversation, with definitions on the terms martial arts and fighter. Our guest post is written by Mark De Souza, who brought another layer of meaning to the word “fight” — “We fight for causes, for actions, for rights, for acceptance, love and tolerance.” The powerful photo above is of […]

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TanDao on August 20th, 2013

The traditional southern Shaolin salutation an open left hand covering a clenched right fist is a traditional sign of respect routinely performed at the beginning and ending of a kung fu form. This hand gesture also has symbolic meaning. One of the essential ideas encoded behind this physical salutation is best expressed by Theodore Roosevelt’s […]

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TanDao on August 12th, 2013

We are excited about our upcoming series, The Evolving Martial Artist. Our theme is bridging traditional art and modern fight science. We’ll explore what works, what doesn’t work, martial arts philosophy and the martial path. Warrior, Scholar, Monk. Thanks to our growing TanDao Clan for your suggestions on topics to cover on our future videos. […]

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