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Active meditation is how I like to think of it – An emptying of the mind, completely unconscious focus but with absolute concentration.

When pushed, any human is capable of doing incredible things for the sake of their own survival and until you know what those things are, is it possible to really know yourself?

This is what martial arts offer, a chance to explore your own spirit and the inalienable traits that are at the core what make you who you are.

And when you can’t explain yourself properly, when you can’t express yourself in the most simple and obvious way possible, the outcome is highly frustrating. I have twenty-twenty vision when it comes to everything else, but the moment I started to read, the words they would take on a life of their own and before my brain could register what they meant, they’d move ever so slightly out of view.

Between that and being a clumsy fuck, I was getting a little pissed off…

When it comes to going, toe to toe, you have to leave the practice at the mat and let go. You have to trust your true self to surface in order to beat all kinds of shit out of your opponent’s true self.

You have to empty your mind with your only consideration being reaction. In one of the most memorable scenes in the history of cinema, Fight Club’s Tyler Durden proposed, ‘How much can you know about yourself, [if] you’ve never been in a fight? Self-preservation is the most intense of all human traits.

However, zipping up his jacket on a chilly morning in Wales, the fighter tells us how an obsession with mixed martial arts (MMA) became a love affair, and took his life in an incredibly positive direction. In fact, it is probably safe to say that most people have little to no interest in them.

With so many different kinds, each titled little more than a smattering of seemingly random syllables, it can be hard to understand why anybody would.

Introducing - Yuki Yamamoto - 3rd Dan Karate Black Belt from Yokohama, Japan This clip features a brand new karate star Yuki Yamamoto, she is 27 years old and has been practising karate for 21 years.

She is the kumite (sparring) champion of both her Senior High School and University.

Each time I enter the dojo with a brief bow to the sensei it’s like I’m home – literally and spiritually. Trust me, it’s pretty hard not to perfectly execute a roundhouse kick to someone’s face after they cut in line at Mc Donalds.