10 Questions with Dan Holloway (themartialview.com, Eiryukan Aikido and Function First)

1) Tell us a bit about yourself and your martial arts journey – how did it start? I first started martial arts when I was 6 years old with Karate in the local church hall. I think I started as my parents wanted me to improve confidence and gain fitness, flexibility etc. I did Karate … More 10 Questions with Dan Holloway (themartialview.com, Eiryukan Aikido and Function First)

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Review: ‘Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 2’ by Peter Consterdine

Consterdine, Peter. Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 2. Protection Publications. 2005. Review: Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 2: by Josh Nixon, ESP Last week we looked at the excellent first part to this two-part series, which can be found here. The Training Day videos follow on from the enquiries made after the popular Fit to Fight … More Review: ‘Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 2’ by Peter Consterdine

Review: ‘Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 1’ by Peter Consterdine

Consterdine, Peter. Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 1. Protection Publications. 2004. Review: Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 1: by Josh Nixon, ESP This review is part one of a two-part series. Part two is can be found here. The Training Day videos follow on from the enquiries made after the popular Fit to Fight videos … More Review: ‘Peter Consterdine’s Training Day Volume 1’ by Peter Consterdine

Martial Art? Combat Sport? Self-Defence? Self-Protection? What’s the difference? Why does it matter?

By Josh Nixon, ESP Please note: This article is now outdated. It is merely retained here for archive purposes, so the changing nature of things here can be seen by all. Consider the following just my older thoughts on the matter, from which the current ones have come. Here is the updated version of things: http://evolutionaryselfprotection.wikia.com/wiki/Self-Protection … More Martial Art? Combat Sport? Self-Defence? Self-Protection? What’s the difference? Why does it matter?