Evolving Martial Artist

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 December 5th, 2013

The Ultimate Technique? At last! Toni and I have been busy with our new web series. We are excited to announce that our Evolving Martial Artist is about to premiere. If you’re part of our TanDao clan and subscribe to our newsletter, you will get the preview of our first Evolving Martial Artist episode, The […]

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TanDao on November 12th, 2013

At TanDao, we usually present self defense techniques and tips to give you the martial edge in the street – the warrior movements. But Evolving Martial Artists are also part scholars, who think about the deeper meaning of martial arts and part monks, who seek to mindfully apply their power to everyday living.

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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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TanDao on July 23rd, 2013

Any reality based self defense training requires the development and understanding of realistic fighting. Perhaps the Shaolin monk’s initial pacifism is best: don’t fight. Whenever possible, escape. Only fight in unavoidable life and death situations – otherwise, why fight? Remember – if you do fight, you must strike fast, hard, and cannot stop until the […]

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