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  • Martial arts or fighting arts are systems of codified practices and traditions of combat. Martial arts all have similar objectives: to physically defeat other persons or defend oneself or others from physical threat.
  • Various sports or skills, mainly of Japanese origin, that originated as forms of self-defense or attack, such as judo, karate, and kendo
  • (martial art) any of several Oriental arts of weaponless self-defense; usually practiced as a sport; "he had a black belt in the martial arts"
  • Martial arts film is a film genre. A sub-genre of the action film, martial arts films contain numerous fights between characters, usually as the films' primary appeal and entertainment value, and often as a method of storytelling and character expression and development.
  • Mental resources
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • (kid) pull the leg of: tell false information to for fun; "Are you pulling my leg?"
  • (kid) be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around"
  • (kid) child: a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngster"
  • Deceive (someone) in a playful or teasing way
  • Deceive or fool (someone)
kids martial arts equipment - Health Mark
Health Mark BT22000 MMA Dual Pad Kick Boxing Station with Speed Bag
Health Mark BT22000 MMA Dual Pad Kick Boxing Station with Speed Bag
The Health Mark Mixed Martial Arts Dual Pad Kick Boxing Station w/ Speed Bag is an ideal Cardio Kick Boxing Trainer for weight loss and cardiovascular health. 6 different height adjustments combined with variable positioning of the target pads makes this trainer perfect for everyone from children to adults. The foam covered coil spring provides outstanding reflex action for the Speed Bag, and the vinyl covered target zones on the pads provide soft cushioning for the fists. The base is stabilized by filling it with water or sand.

An ideal kickboxing trainer for weight loss and cardiovascular health, the Health Mark BT22000 dual-pad kickboxing station offers a pair of padded arms along the sides and an inflatable speed bag in the middle, giving you several punching and kicking targets. The pair of foam-padded arms is fully adjustable, so you can position them at a 45-degree angle up, a 45-degree angle down, or horizontal. As a result, you can design several different workouts depending on which muscles you want to exercise. The inflatable speed bag, meanwhile, is equipped with a foam-covered coil spring that provides outstanding reflex action. Perhaps best of all, the kickboxing station sports six height positions--from 46 to 56 inches--helping it accommodate both children and adults. Other details include a 48-inch wingspan, soft vinyl-covered target zones on the pads to cushion the fists, a pump for the speed bag, and a stabilizing base that holds either water or sand.

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May 22nd, 2011 - Breaking the limits
May 22nd, 2011 - Breaking the limits
I’ve had my Nikon D40 for about three years. In that time, I’ve photographed insects, buildings and landscapes, thousands of flowers, people, birthdays and wedding and a few sporting events. All of these have been mostly photographed in one of the programmed “auto” modes of my camera. I started off in full Auto mode and as my knowledge and experience expanded I’ve use some of the more “manual” modes such as aperture and shutter priority. I shoot mostly with my Nikkor 35mm f/1.8 and aperture priority has allowed me to set how much light enters my camera while the camera figures out how quickly to open and close the shutter. I don’t like the way a camera flash affects the look of a photo; I prefer natural lighting. Action photography often means shooting in shutter priority mode which in many cases means a high shutter speed ( assuming I want to freeze the action ). Shutter priority mode means the camera picks the aperture while I choose the shutter speed. Most often for me, that means a very dark exposure with natural light even while using the Nikkor 35mm f/1.8. I don’t do much action photography, perhaps because I don’t think I have the equipment for it. I’ve stuck to shooting in these programmed modes … at least until yesterday. My kids were competing in the New Jersey Martial Arts Alliance (NJMAA) Invitational Championships. Last year I had rented a “sport” lens; the Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8. I got some good shots with that lens but this year I was not prepared. I showed up at the event with my trusty 35mm and the Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 VR zoom. With the yellowish subdued lighting in the North Hunterdon High School gym I was not expecting to get any good shots. Near the end of the day, John Kanabay, the instructor and owner of Montgomery Martial Arts in Skillman approached me about taking photos. He was doing a demo in the late afternoon and he was attempting to break ten bricks at once. The previous year, he had successfully broken seven bricks. “You took some great photos last year. Do you mind taking some photos when I do the demo”. No pressure! I told him I would do my best given that I did not have the right equipment. I spent the next half out fiddling with my camera as the other black belts performed. I tested every combination of shutter and aperture priority - with and without flash - that I could think off. Nothing looked good to me. Then I saw the “M”. “What the heck. It’s worth a try”. I practiced a few more shots in manual mode trying to dial in the correct setting on the camera. The moment came. I took the shot (1/500 s at f/2.8 Manual). It was not what we both had expected. Mr. “K” (that’s what the kids call him) got five of the ten bricks and I got a mostly in focus shot. But … just like Mr. “K”, I had pushed myself beyond what I had done before. I was liberated from self imposed thoughts about my abilities. I still do have a lot to learn about photography. I always will; but I feel that I have crossed a point in the learning process where it’s time I took off the training wheels.
The Green Marine Trailer
The Green Marine Trailer
A BROTHER AND SISTER, 1 AFRO CARIBBEAN JUDO MASTER, A FROG FROM OUTER SPACE AND A HANDFULL OF ECO VILLIANS... Format: Sci Fi Action Adventure Animation Starring: Clay Swift (age 14) and his sister Chloe (age 12), Curtis and Frog, Carbon Cowboy and Maximatosis, oh and Patch (Panda) The Green Marine (TGM) is a new science fiction action adventure animation series. It follows The Green Marine and his team as they act locally and battle globally to protect Planet Earth not only from its inhabitants but also from a succession of evil alien eco-villains and they still have to get home for tea! Clay Swift is a regular 14 year old boy, he rides his bike to school, enjoys a spot of Judo, is always getting told off for turning his I-Pod up too loud and like most of us tucks into the odd bit of junk food. He loves our planet and discovered that the Earth is under threat from all manner of alien species - intent on stealing, customising or destroying our planet’s dwindling energy resources, including our plant and animal species. Is anything safe? Luckily, he won’t be fighting these dark forces alone. At his side is his hi-tech whiz kid sister Chloe, his wise and cunning martial arts instructor Curtis and Zzzpphb-wwwebozwephband' a talking frog from another planet… Beware most of the threats are unseen by us – so going to the authorities won’t do any good! Even his mum doesn’t take any notice. Hold on did you say a talking frog? Well… he doesn’t really like to be called a frog, but yes, that does seem to be the closest Earth species he resembles. Frog crash landed on Earth a while back and has been stuck here ever since. From his disabled and partially buried spacecraft he has been monitoring Planet Earth, so not only is he aware of the damage we’re doing to it he also knows how vulnerable the planet has become to some pretty dangerous eco-unfriendlies. When Clay and his team show up, Frog is one happy alien amphibian and vows to help them - which considering his spaceship is a treasure trove of alien technology and intergalactic monitoring equipment - constitutes one big heap of help! The team's number one eco adversary is The Carbon Cowboy… a scary Kevlar coated toxic sharp shooter intent on claiming the earth for himself. There’s Maximatosis, a megalomaniacal mutant rabbit man who adds to his collection of endangered species…by endangering more plant and animal species! Not to mention Clay’s constant battles with the ecologically unsound inhabitants of his own planet. So pull on your Destructive Pattern Material (that's camouflage to you) and lace up your combat boots for a foot to the floor ride... It's time to work up a sweat as we join The Green Marine and his team in the battle to protect the planet. “It's your world...are you strong enough?”

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