FightingArts Home Connect to the FightingArts Forums! Explore the FightingArts Knowledge Base in the Reading Room Shop the FightingArts Estore
Free Newsletter
Estore Martial Arts Products
Forums

David Bock

A Guide To Chinese Martial Arts Herbal Trauma Formulas: Part 1- Introduction and Categories of Herbal Medicines
By David Bock

While many martial artists are not familiar with Chinese Herbal Medicines they do offer a powerful alternative to western treatment.

A Guide To Chinese Martial Arts Herbal Trauma Formulas: Part 2 ? Herbal Medicines Grouped By Type
By David Bock

Here are specific Chinese Herbal Medicines you can use for trauma, bruising, pain or other injury.

Dangers of Herbal Energy Formulas
By David Bock

Some herbal based stimulants can be just as dangerous to the user as chemical amphetamines.

Female Martial Artists and Amenorrhea
By David Bock

Female martial artists, as with all serious female athletes, have a distinct advantage over their male counterparts in one very crucial area.

Boosting Stamina with Herbs and Nutrition
By David Bock

There is no magic formula for boosting stamina, but good nutrition along with use of Chinese herbal formulas may help.

Martial Arts: Pain Relief Presure Points For Martial Artists
By David Bock

When karate, taekwondo, kung fu students and other martial artists think about pressure points they are thinking about strike points to injure, cause pain or reflexive action. Some points, however, do the opposite; they relieve pain in the hands, feet, knees and shoulders.

Acupressure Points For Stretching & Releasing Tension
By David Bock

Karate, taekwondo, kung fu students and other martial artists should know these points for stretching and releasing body tension.

Treating Old Injuries
By David Bock

Martial artists often have old and lingering physical problems that might be helped by Traditional Chinese Medicine. While TCM uses terms that are unfamiliar to most readers, its ancient insights and treatments can often be helpful when Western medicine fails.

Tight Shoulders: An Old Treatment from China
By David Bock

Tight shoulders can hinder your hand techniques in karate, kung fu, taekwondo or other martial arts. Here an old Chinese treatment for this condition.

Acupuncture And Martial Arts - A Question Of Influence
By David Bock

Did those in kung fu and other martial arts who study various areas of the body to strike take their knowledge from Traditional Chinese Medicine or was it the other way around?

Martial Arts Strategy & The Five Element Theory Of Chinese Medicine
By David Bock

Obviously in the midst of a fight analytical decision based on the five elements theory or any theoretical framework is not practical. However this type of structure can be a source of innovative ideas and ways to think about a particular type of attack and the best ways to defeat it.

Reverse Engineering: A New Approach To finding Ancient Chinese Strike Points: Part 1
By David Bock

Ancient Chinese herbal formulas for trauma are rich sources of information. If understood they can point to possible secret energy striking points once used by Chinese martial arts masters.

Return to the Main Reading Room

 

 

Advertising InformationFeedback
Home Forums Reading Room Estore About Us

Copyright 2000-2012 FightingArts.com a division of eCommunities LLC.
All rights reserved. Use of this website is governed by the Terms of Use .

Privacy Statement



Action Ads
1.5 Million Plus Page Views
Monthly
Only $89
Details

Fight Videos
Night club fight footage and street fights captured with the world's first bouncer spy cam

How to Matrix!
Learn ten times faster with new training method. Learn entire arts for as little as $10 per disk.

Self Defense
Stun guns, pepper spray, Mace and self defense products. Alarms for personal and home use.

TASER MC26C
Stop An Urban Gorilla: Get 2 FREE TASER M26C Replacement Air Cartridges With Each New TASER M26C!

 

Unbreakable Unbrella