Bestselling Martial Arts Belt Pins in 2020
Karate Belt Pins - Green - 10 Pack
- Karate Belt Pins.
- Show off your success.
Tiger Claw Pin - Jeet Kune Do
- Jeet Kun Do Pin, approx. 5/6"
Karate Martial Arts Black Belt Sport Pinback Button Pin Badge - 1 Inch Diameter
- Cute and collectible
- Metal base featuring a printed graphic and plastic top coat
- Available in 1 inch, 2.25 inch, and 3 inch diameters
- Sold individually
- Created by Graphics and More in the USA
12" Tactical Bowie Survival Hunting Knife w/ Sheath Military Combat Fixed Blade
- Heavy Duty Tactical Knife
- 12" Tactical Survival Hunting Knife with Sheath and Fixed Blade
USA Company Official American Flag USA Lapel Pin in Holder
- Lapel pin made from durable materials
- Comes with lapel pin holder to make sure your lapel pin is in mint condition
- Bright American flag
Iron-On Stripe Patches - Yellow - 20 Pack
- Easy-to-adhere iron-on patches.
- Includes a heat seal backing.
- Fits at end of belt.
- 1/2" x 1-3/4".
- Available in multiple colors.
Chase Grace Studio Kenpo Karate Martial Arts Vinyl Decal Sticker|WHITE|Cars Trucks Vans SUV Laptops Wall Art Tool Box|5" x 5"|CGS259
- This is a single-color vinyl cut decal that does not have a background.
- The material used is UV and water resistant made with the highest quality vinyl that will last 6 years outside.
- This product can be applied to most clean smooth surfaces: vehicle windows, tailgates, home windows, mirrors, glass, interior walls, electronics, tool boxes, coolers, thermos, cups and binders.
- Transfer tape that we use on our products is clear, which makes for easy application.
- Easy to follow application instructions are included with every order. Your decal will peel apart easily, if it doesn't stick it to the transfer tape the first pull, slowly replace the transfer tape and push it together with your fingers or use a credit card to press them together.
Under Control Tactical Best Real Police Handcuffs in Black Steel Model Includes Double-Locking & Includes 2 Keys - Perfect for Security Guards, Law Enforcement, Military, Concerned Citizens!
- PROFESSIONAL GRADE - The ORIGINAL "Under Control Tactical" Black Steel Handcuffs are made specifically to handle the "life or death" situation demands of professional law enforcement teams, Police, Military, CIA, & Special Black Ops teams.
- HEAVY-DUTY, RUGGED, & DURABLE CONSTRUCTION - These 100% All Steel handcuffs are forged to the absolute highest standards to ensure 100% secure restraint locking.
- REAL HANDCUFFS WITH DOUBLE LOCK - The ORIGINAL "Under Control Tactical" Black Steel Handcuffs are 100% "Real" & ready for serious action. Our bulletproof double locking key system ensures that your perp won't get away (unlike some of our competitors "cheap" models). We guarantee... They're the real thing!
- ORIGINAL "UNDER CONTROL TACTICAL" POLICE & MILITARY GRADE EDITION - Rest assured, that your heavy-duty black steel handcuffs from "In Control Tactical" are the strongest in the market & made to absorb heavy-use & abuse, every single day.. Just like the professionals.
- 100% TOTAL & COMPLETE SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - We know you're going to love your new handcuffs so Shop with Absolute & Complete Confidence that you're making a very smart decision choosing the #1 Rated ORIGINAL "Under Control Tactical" Black Steel Handcuffs!
Tiger Claw Uniform Pin - Yin Yang Style
- Yin Yang Style
- This is accurate in every detail!
- A great gift.
- Could be a great party favor.
- For size charts please click Martial Arts Mart shipping information link and then Seller Help link.
SF Handmade Chinese "LONGQUAN" Sword Carbon Steel Blade with Wooden Holder/Stand 4 Colors Has been Edged (Golden, Not Edged)
- 100% Hand Forged by Traditional Ancient Method like Fold Forging, Permeating, Quenching
- The Blade is made of High Quality Carbon Steel. The Guard is Made of Copper Alloy with a Fine and Exquisite Engraving. Handle and Sheath is made of High Quality Wood
- Made by Factory in LongQuan, who has many years History of Manufacturing Sword.
- Overall Length: 42.7 Inches, Blade Length: 29.9 Inches, Blade Width: 1.5 Inches, Handle Length: 10.6Inches, Net Weight: 3 LB
- Shipping with: Free silk sword bag, a Wooden Sword Stand, a Sword Box, Maintenance Oil, a Brush
CafePress Martial Arts brown belt pengu Button 2.25" Button
- 2.25 inch diameter
- Metal shell
- Mylar/UV protecting cover
- Pinned metal back
10" SPRING ASSISTED OPEN Tanto Blade FOLDING POCKET KNIFE Bowie Combat Switch
- Brand : Unbrand
New Practice BALISONG METAL BUTTERFLY Steel Trainer Dull Knife Exquisite
- 1.Overall Length : 22.5 cm
- 2.Blade(Dull) Length: 9.8 cm
- 3.Weight: 176g
- 4.Color: white knife (Dull), blue handl
- 5.Package Include: 1 x Practice BUTTERFLY Knife
My First Visit to Combat Sports Center
I recently had the pleasure of training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at Combat Sports Center. As an athlete with no prior mixed martial arts training, I do my best to break down the experience for those who may be interested.
First Impressions - Before going to the school, I decided to do a little research on the subject. I was pleasantly surprised to find the website for Combat Sports to be easy to navigate and up to date. It had current information on both of the facilities that it lends its name to. (The main facility is located in Virginia and appears to be a bit more prominent than its sister school in Rosedale) I was able to get background information as well as qualifications for all of the instructors at the school and also bios for the competitive fighters that compete on the school's team. They also had breakdowns available for all of their different martial arts programs although the emphasis did seem to be placed on Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai Kickboxing.
Training day - The day I was scheduled to begin training finally came. I was pretty anxious about the whole thing, I had never done any kind of martial arts before and I've never been much of a fighter. The whole idea of grappling with a group of experienced strangers made me a bit uncomfortable. The building itself was nothing notable, a simple brick building with the Combat Sports logo on it. A few of the guys were running wind sprints outside. I walked in and straight through the building into the gym portion where I was immediately approached by the head Muay Thai instructor, Greg Dorsey. He acknowledged that I was new, had me fill out an information form and gave me some advice for the coming session. "Tap early, tap often, breathe, and when in doubt, tuck your chin." I was immediately sent in to participate in the training session and was not restricted from participating in any of the activities despite my inexperience. The session included warm-up drills, learning and practicing three different manuevers that were all related to a single position, a sort of game that involved the players taking turns attempting to pass another's 'guard' (defensive postion), and 'randori' or free sparring which is the application of learned techniques against actively resisting opponents who are also attempting to apply their learned techniques on you as well. The Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor, Monroe Hall, was incredibly patient and helpful but still I felt like I was thrown into the deep end without knowing how to swim. I was consistently submitted by my more experienced opponents several times while I spent my time just attempting to get out from underneath them. The sparring continued for about a half hour. We switched sparring partners several times and sparred with each one for 6 minutes at a time. I had to sit out one round because I did not have the grappling cardio that these students had. This came as a surprise to me as I had thought the fact that I run on a daily basis would have been more than enough. With that, training was over and everyone shook hands and headed out.
Afterthoughts - I thoroughly enjoyed my training session at Combat Sports Center. Although the training was very intense, the students were very disciplined and I never felt like I was in danger of being seriously hurt. There was a feeling of mutual respect between all of the members of the gym and everyone was willing to offer advice on technique or constructive criticism. It was an excellent workout and I felt like I had accomplished something upon leaving the building. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu may not be for everyone, and it is incredibly rough but for those of you looking to supplement your workouts, build confidence, or learn a bit of self defense, I highly recommend you give Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Combat Sports Center a shot.