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The Art of Warriorness

Just as Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War,” has been applied to many different aspects of modern life; I believe there are many great lessons to be learned from all of the warriors and warrior societies, from SEALS to Samurais, and Spetsnaz to Spartans.

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Warrior book recommendations ...

Started by Jack Bauer. Last reply by Jeff Winholtz Dec 1, 2014. 15 Replies

I just started reading "Inside Delta Force" by Eric Haney, which I have been extremely impressed with thus far.  I was wondering what other warrior books -- fiction or otherwise -- y'all might…Continue

Warrior workout

Started by Uncle Sam. Last reply by Jarid Jan 28, 2014. 9 Replies

I'm watching videos of Russian Systema, Muay Thai, and various other intensive combative sports.  I'd like to join the Army (U.S.) after college but I would like to start preparing physically. I've…Continue

The Psychology & Physiology of Combat: Your Experience

Started by Joshua Alvin Cuyler. Last reply by Jarid Jan 28, 2014. 2 Replies

Fellow warriors,Often, many of us are apt to train, read, and research to the ends of the earth. At least in my case, I can't help but constantly research and train for something that I believe to be…Continue

What is your warrior way?

Started by Ty W-J. Last reply by Boondocker Jan 20, 2014. 10 Replies

What are everyone's warrior ways? Meaning what is your core art or focus or motivation on how you are making yourself more of a warrior? I have focused on the hand to hand stuff. I am studying some…Continue

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Comment by Matt Snyder on November 8, 2010 at 3:59am
@Adam - I admit I'm remiss in my duties to participate. My apologies for the lack of activity. When i have some spare time I intend to seek more warrior-esque information like how to make a "Malaysian Swing", my personal favorite of booby-traps. But it would be more productive for everybody if you read my most recent posting. Maybe posting a little more often than I do would be helpful too.

Peace to you & yours,
M
Comment by Adam Burbey on September 28, 2010 at 1:21pm
The art of the cold shower: every morning take a five minute warm shower in the morning (enough time to clean yourself and your hair) after that switch it over to cold. As much as you can bare....this will do a few things; it will increase testosterone, increase blood flow and focus in the early hours, and lastly it will etch a man groove right into the top of your head and brain... If you can take a cold shower in the winter you can fight a bull, climb a mountain...you can do anything if you can push yourself that hard.
Comment by Adam Burbey on September 22, 2010 at 3:54pm
It's really a little disapointing that this group isn't more "active." we need to work on that.
Comment by Orrbitron on September 21, 2010 at 12:06pm
Seems like my kind of place.

-Orrbitron
Comment by Adam Burbey on September 21, 2010 at 9:02am
Seems like a nice small group here...happy to be apart of it.
Comment by Rabbi on May 25, 2010 at 7:04pm
B'H

In all corners of the world we find the warrior culture. In each are great teachings above and beyond the act of taking life. How wonderful it would be for us to share what we have learned from them. For forty years I have studied Bushido, and the tribal path of Native Americans. 3 years ago I was honored to take part in the Lakota Sundance. The lessons are still unfolding. My tribe also has teachings of the warrior way. The first was that before we go to war, we must first seek peace. I trust that our discussions here will help us grow as warriors in our own way. My lineage is that of the Rabbi. I believe that my family has been a Rabbinic family for approximately 1000 years. Rabbis worth the name are, I believe, warriors seeking to serve. Though I must admit that at a few board meetings my mind has drifted to the idea of a more physical form of battle with members of the board.
Comment by M Saxton on May 25, 2010 at 6:12am
Great Squire! Welcome to the group.
Comment by M Saxton on May 22, 2010 at 12:20am
Great pic Kevin! I've studied Native American cultures since I lived on a rez as a kid. They were nearly all great warrior cultures and full of wisdom!
Comment by Kevin on May 21, 2010 at 9:26pm

 

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