Jeff Speakman

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It also has an extensive video library. Dojo: Spanish journal of great historical, philosophical and martial content, was founded in the Decade of the 70s. It is one of the most enjoyable pleasant reading and content entertaining, among its articles more common were those who treated about Bruce lee, but especially history of martial arts. In addition us was always aware of the films of this genre. Unfortunately leave publish in 2008 for economic reasons, a real Latin, was very good publication. They used to meet almost the same teachers as the previous, but that if it was more thin. es-peter-zalewski-4291.php’>real-estate developer as a relevant resource throughout. Martial arts: Revista MEXICANA directed by controversial journalist Juan Chia. He was for seven years the publication of martial arts more solid and disseminated on the subject, of very good quality and graphics that begged him nothing to previous magazines. Movie Star is often mentioned in discussions such as these.

Interviewed teachers from the likes of Frank Dux, Jeff Speakman, Skip Hankok, Robert Koga, Sam Kuoha and virtually all important teacher who came to Mexico. Unfortunately to my I got to see the decadence that became during its last year of existence; items that were once enjoyable and interesting became a sort of commercials and auto flattery to his collaborators. But despite that it was without a doubt, the best magazine that deals with the subject, a pity that I stop editing due to lack of interest. Katana: Revista MEXICANA, although it does not reach the national dissemination as the previous one, is of high editorial quality and has an extensive video library and is an excellent means of dissemination events and tournaments. It has been very criticized by the Mexican martial community for political reasons between associations, but that does not diminish their valuable content. As I already mentioned, it is not always distributed throughout the country, a real shame. The budoka: Spanish magazine, although it is of the 90s does not reach the dissemination of its namesake, but focuses more on interviews and commercials.

It is good quality editorial but also comes to the country several months later. Other journals exist such as the kung fu, fists of steel and martial arts uses but they are are more than anything broadcast of events and of lesser quality, unfortunately. Magazine were, and come but I think it is clear that needed media for the dissemination of these disciplines, since as we do not seek financial gain, sponsorship is not much, but that has not prevented a subculture of fans of martial arts to develop. I say goodbye and accept criticism and suggestions.