4 reasons to start or keep training

1. You will live a happier, more dynamic and fulfilled life… Exercising releases endorphins (tested and proven), and endorphins are our bodies anti-depressants. A strong healthy person will always be more dynamic than a weak unhealthy person (duh, common sense).  A fit healthy person has a lot more energy for accomplish their goals (thus becoming…

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My Army Days… Going To Iran?

I remember some of the details like it was yesterday, and some of the details just run into each other. I remember it wasn’t too long after I had my first child, Suzanne, and I was working in Venice California as a laborer, taking some classes, in training and fighting. I kept hearing about the…

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A Stronger Fist Using Wolff’s Law

This is the first of our new series … This will be me , with 47 years martial arts, 43 years sport fighting, 10th degree black belt, UFC champion trainer, RN.  James Kasper, MD, Sports Medicine specialist, board certified Orthopedic Surgeon. So between the two us, we will break down and explain to you what…

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Ultimate Self Defense… do’s & don’ts

This is a video on some basic do’s and don’ts in street defense… Life or death Street defense.  Not, I repeat not, sport fighting!

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Is someone attacks you in the street, they don’t deserve to see … Ever again!

Eye pokes can be the most painful experience in the world. When used in a sport it is very illegal, because it is so dangerous, and that is why it is such a good self-defense weapon.  

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The Yin & Yang Of Walter Godin

Walter Godin was far from a saint, in fact from most people’s perspective, Godin would be more the Cobra Kai Sensei, than Mr Miyagi. Godin spent time in prison a few times, and he did have some definite violent tendencies , I know this for a fact.  Though I saw Godin’s flaws, he always cared for…

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404 Piikoi… The Begining

As a child growing up in Honolulu Hawaii, I remember hearing stories about “Kill Haole Day”, and how it got really bad an intermediate school, which was grade 7 through nine back then. I was a skinny boy with long blonde hair, Not the kind that could be mistaken for anything but a haole. I…

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Isolation Moves… Bicep Curls, Quit Hating

  Check out this guy’s bio. We have been hanging out the past few weeks, and I just thought he was a normal BJJ guy. Shows how much I know. Click HERE

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A Great Team: Iceman & Pit Master… Some Pit History

In 1990 when I moved form LA to Arroyo Grande, I was getting busier working the ER making money and winding down my fighting career   I still did like to train very hard and liked to try and find the toughest guys around to train and spar with, and in the process got kind of…

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Loyalty vs Fidelity

I always separated these two words, loyalty and fidelity.  The way I grew up loyalty was honorable, and noble. It was something you were to your boyz, your team, your martial arts school, army unit, and your family.  Fidelity, on the other hand, was only talked about in relation to romantic couples.  I was filled…

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