Martial arts related articles.
This is a fictional story and not intended to slight any specific individual. The genders used are male, but the story fits equally well for female characters. A young karate student faithfully attended his Sensei’s class every week, driving across back roads and wooden bridges until he eventually saw the familiar bamboo shoots that [...]
On December 2nd, 2015, Jody Paul Hanshi passed away. He was a positive influence on many martial artists, including myself, so I’d like to take a moment to celebrate his life and impact! About Jody Paul Sensei For those who might not have had the opportunity to meet Paul Sensei, he was a senior practitioner of Seidokan Karate and Motobu [...]
There’s something remarkable that happens to most martial artists – they go through a Bruce Lee phase. It may happen right away (an inspiration to get into training), or not for decades. But sooner or later, they catch a glimpse of Bruce’s flashing techniques and nunchaku, and the addiction sets in. A lot of sports and [...]
Marti Malloy is one of the most decorated Judo players in America. She may be young (born in 1986), but she has the experience and decoration of a seasoned veteran. She achieved a gold medal in her first senior international competition, the 2002 Rendez-Vous Canada, and has continued her winning ways since then. In 2012 she scored a bronze [...]
Well hello there. You may have noticed right away that IkigaiWay is sporting some new visual appeal. However, the site is under the same management I assure you. This post is all about the new changes and updates going on around the site, and what you can expect going into the future. Content on IkigaiWay slowed down over the past few months. [...]