Warrior Part 1

The path to becoming a warrior is not an easy one, because at its core is discipline. A warrior is a master of spherical awareness, ever vigilant with their head on a swivel. They know their operational environment, can improve, adapt and overcome all adversities, and while they're able to accept that they aren't invincible, …

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Jaime Abregana Made the Winter 2018 President’s List at SNHU

It took me long enough but I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). Also, I made the President's list for academic achievement.   The President's List is an academic achievement awarded to a select group of students. To be eligible, a student must compile an academic GPA of 3.7 …

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The History of Hawaii Kenpo

Hawaiian Kenpo From India to the Hawaiian Islands History of Kenpo (Oral Tradition) From India to China Martial techniques and practices were found in one of the centers of a country, for Kenpo, it was India. In ancient India, ethnic groups developed their own system of armed combat, unarmed combat, and to include meditation and conditioning. …

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Martial Arts or The Martial Way

"The ultimate aim of martial arts is not having to use them." - Miyamoto Musashi Martial arts have always been more about living than fighting. It teaches you self-discipline and control. It set standards and guiding principles to which one can live in harmony first and war second.  Martial arts literally means, the expression or the branches …

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