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Is Mixed Martial Arts The Answer To Football's Woes?
CBS 5 - KPHO


It's no secret that football was under a stronger magnifying glass than usual this season regarding the state of head injuries. Now, more than ever, people are are becoming aware of the significant long-term affects of concussions and other head trauma. While such an aggressive, full-contact sport like football will never truly be free of risk, there may be steps coaches can take to change how they do things. Mixed martial artist and retired Arizona Cardinal, Scott Peters, may have found the solution.

Check out the news segment above and continue reading to learn how mixed martial arts might be called upon to make football a safer sport.

(via KPHO, CBS 5)
Fists of Netflix: Project A, Part II


Today marks yet another first of what will hopefully become a regular series on the martial arts blog. In the same vein as our Redbox Reviews segment, we want to present you some fun martial arts movie options to help fill your movie nights. However, rather than focus on brand-spankin'-new releases, we'll be exploring the depths of everybody's favorite movie-streaming service.

Our selections might range from solid classics to newer fare and everything in between. Whether it's filled with fantastic wire-work or insane stunts, we hope that most of these picks will hold an entertaining couple of hours for you. We'll be sure to let you know if they won't.

Today's Fists of Netflix pick: Project A: Part II
New Sleeping Dogs DLC, 'Year of the Snake' ,Trailer Leaked


If you're one of the martial arts gaming fans that picked up a copy of Square-Enix's open-world, mma action game Sleeping Dogs, you're in for a treat. Apparently a teaser trailer emerged earlier this morning, showcasing an upcoming DLC pack titled 'Year of the Snake'.

A fitting title that I'm sure will provide plenty of material with which to build a satisfying story. Sadly, the teaser trailer is a little too...teaser-like for my tastes. I don't know what I'm complaining about though. I still have to pick up the game. If only I could put Hitman down...

(via Joystiq)
The Mental Game: Master Your Training Time


Today's edition of The Mental Game takes a close look at how you manage one of your most valuable resources in your martial arts training: Time. It's the only thing you can never get more of once it's gone, making time the costliest aspect of any martial arts endeavor. And here you thought uniforms and tuition would be your biggest obstacles!

Enhance your calm dear reader, for not all is lost. I'm here to show a few easy tips that could be just what you need to free up some extra time to squeeze those classes in. Say hello to today's lesson:

Master Your Training Time

Continue reading to find out how you can manage and maximize your precious training time!

(thanks to Oliver Emberton via Quora)
Striking Stars: A Martial Arts Celebrity Spotlight


Say hello to yet another new series you can expect to find on a regular basis at the KarateMart.com Martial Arts Blog. With Striking Stars we want to take a closer look at some celebrities that you may not have known were martial artists. You'll see everyone from sports figures to action stars and hopefully be able to take a little inspiration from their stories.

Now let's get started with the very first of our Striking Stars: Ed O'Neill

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