The first thing to consider when choosing your weapon material is what type of practice or training your are engaging in, whether it is daily training in a class, in a demonstration or grading, or for display purposes only. Each material has its own distinct benefits and features that can be utilised to fit the needs of your martial arts weapons training. Red Oak The most commonly used wood is red oak. This is the most cheap and reliable type of wood and ensures you get the best value for your money. The red oak is also heavier in comparison...
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So you've finally joined a Crossfit Gym and you want to add those extras to take your training to the next level. Here are five budget items that you can add for a small cost that will help you look the part: SKIP ROPE - CROSS TRAINING DELUXE To hit those double-unders you need to have a rope that's been adjusted exactly to your height. With most CrossFit gyms having some skipping ropes on hand you really can't beat the SMAI Cross Training Deluxe Skipping Rope. Constructed with a unique ball bearing design in the handle, it's made to give...
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