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Social, Yet Martial Arts: The Social Networking Frenzy Expands To Martial Arts
Contemporary social networking is expanding into new areas with the release of websites such as TrainMA, a Martial Arts portal for fans, beginners and professionals all over the world. Due to this development martial artists are finding it progressively easier to connect with like-minded individuals and improve their unique sporting abilities.
The main attraction for martial arts enthusiasts is this novel way in which to improve training skills and ability online. Traditionally martial artists would undergo training or discuss the sport in person to improve, yet that just isn’t necessary any more and a wealth of information and an insight into the sport is accessible from home and for free.
Our members include martial arts experts in the traditional arts as well as MMA who are ready to give input on your training,” says TrainMA founder Stephen Oh “Our website is unquestionably popular amongst existing martial artists, getting more exposure as time goes on and it was recently featured in Black Belt Magazine.
TrainMA is a recently developed social networking website aimed specifically towards martial artists. Members who join up are subsequently able to discuss martial arts techniques and ideas in the forum, keep up to date with training news and developments with personal blogs, view unlimited shared martial arts photographs and videos, find sparring partners near them and make martial arts friends online.
Recently founded and developed martial arts website TrainMA has given a new twist on this already unique sport. In bringing martial artists, beginners and professional’s alike, together online martial arts is gaining new ground and is much more accessible to those interested in starting training. Where this recent development will lead nobody can be sure but existing martial arts fans are excited by this progress which allows them to enjoy the sport hours after weekly training is over.