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With a martial career encompassing many of the mainstream striking arts, Giles Richards went in search of a functional street effective fighting system and finally stumbled upon Keysi. Here he talks about the system's effectiveness and demonstrates some training drills.
MAI meets a young woman who represented the TAGB in Taekwondo.
A group of seasoned martial artists recently spent a night looking at the more esoteric aspects of martial arts.
A former Kickboxer who strayed from the martial path before returning with quite a tale to recount.
Johnny Silmon recounts more of his journey of discovery around the home of Pencak Silat.
MAI's JKD correspondent signs off from our pages temporarily - he leaves us with an essay on the distilled wisdom his martial journey has accrued thus far.
Laurence Sandum demonstrates the basics of striking combinations in Jeet Kune Do.
MAI meets Steve Timperley, who introduces a cadre of the best self defence specialists on the globe for the Urban Combat Conference 2012.
Peter Love explains the importance of Shaolin Kung Fu's master form, Sum Chien.
MAI meets the daughter of Ian 'The Machine' Freeman - a burgeoning fighter herself.
The concluding part of our interview with the Lau Gar legend.
Dave Turton discusses knowing when to strike.
MAI previews the upcoming ITF World Championships.
We conclude our exclusive interview with the martial innovator.
The Taekwondo man looks back fondly on the old days and ways...
We talk to Danny Harrison about the future following his historic broadcast of the MAI Circuit.
An exclusive report on the inaugural Muay Thai World Series promotion last month.
Martyn Bliss explains the Pramek Pulse - a biomechanically efficient way of chaining movement to improve power.
Justyn Billingham embarks on a brand new Masterclass in kicking, aimed at the seasoned martial artist.