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Black Belt Celebrates 50 Years With New Martial Arts Training Site

May 16, 2011

VALENCIA, Calif., May 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Black Belt magazine, Black Belt launched the premier martial arts training site, BlackBeltmag.com.

BlackBeltMag.com features hundreds of martial arts techniques and martial arts videos from the world’s greatest martial arts training instructors, as well as in-depth reporting on the latest trends in martial arts training gear, fitness, travel and much more.

Black Belt represents the standard to which everyone is compared,” says kickboxing and karate champion Joe Lewis.

As part as of its 50th anniversary, BlackBeltMag.com is also giving away free self-defense guides, along with memberships to its international martial arts community.

“In the worldwide industry of martial arts, so fragmented with so many differences both internally and externally, there’s only one thing that brings us all together: Black Belt,” says Steve DeMasco, star of the DVD series Shaolin Chuan Fa and Shaolin Temple Kung Fu.

For martial artists and self-defense enthusiasts who want to take their martial arts training to the next level, BlackBeltMag.com offers martial arts books and DVDs, such as the Tao of Jeet Kune Do from Bruce Lee and The Ultimate Guide to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

“Black Belt has been at the forefront of martial arts publishing for decades–and a great supporter of the Gracie jiu-jitsu revolution,” says Brazilian jiu-jitsu master Rorion Gracie.

For free martial arts training tips, martial arts techniques and martial arts videos, visit BlackBeltMag.com.

About Black Belt

Since 1961, Black Belt has been the world’s leading voice in martial arts. Along with bringing the martial arts out of the dojo and into the mainstream, Black Belt magazine helped make Bruce Lee into an icon and lent credibility to the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Black Belt also publishes martial arts DVDs and books from a variety of self-defense disciplines, including jeet kune do, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, mixed martial arts, reality-based self-defense, grappling and more.

SOURCE Black Belt


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