Don Warrener

Don Warrener

Born January 14,1948, Don Warrener is the youngest of three children born to Richard and Marjory Warrener.He started his Martial arts journey on March 15, 1966 in Hamilton, Ontario Canada with Benny A…
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Pied Piper of Martial Arts- Part Two

Pied Piper of Martial Arts- Part Two

Continued from Pied Piper of Martial Arts- Richard “Biggie” Kim Part One..                                &nbs…
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Pied Piper Of Martial Arts- Part One

Pied Piper Of Martial Arts- Part OneRichard “Biggie” Kim                                        &nbs…
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The Kiai of a Master - Part Two

The Kiai of a Master - Part Two

The Kiai of a Master - Part Two                                                &…
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The Kiai of a Master

The Kiai of a Master

Part OneThe Kiai of a MasterBy Don WarrenerHis Kiai was simple “NOW”! That is it.. that simple.As a true martial artist, we must learn to “live in the now.This is the only time that matters.” said the…
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Putting Bushido into Every Day Life.

Putting Bushido into Every Day Life.

 By Tracy Warrener Van KruistumMartial artists who train long enough come to understand that the physical side of their training is only one part. We learn that though it is important to develop…
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Peter Urban

Peter Urban

By Tracy Warrener Van KruistumA renaissance man of the Martial arts, Sensei Peter Urban, was born in New Jersey in 1934. He served in the United State Navy during WWII as an Intelligence officer. Whil…
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The Kicking Art of Taekwondo

The Kicking Art of Taekwondo

Tae Kwon Do is a relatively newer martial art which was developed in the 1940’s in Korea. Though some of its influence came from Japan through Korean Martial Artists who studied it and brought back so…
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Pa Qua (Pakua)

Pa Qua (Pakua)

Pa Qua (Pakua)By Tracy Warrener Van KruistumPa Qua, or ‘Pakua’ as it is also known as is one of the Internal Chinese Martial Arts that focuses on health and wellness as well as self defence. Although…
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