Tiger Balm has become a household name for injury and pain, while dit da jow is a lesser known product in this arena. Both appear to be based on the principles of Traditional Chinese medicine, and...

In this modern day, martial artists engaging in intense training are aided by a myriad of advantages from the warriors of old.  An entirely new era has evolved, whereby a trainer must be familiar e...

Ho Family Dit Da Jow is wildly popular among those who are in-the-know. It’s been the best-selling dit da jow at Plum Dragon for several years and is always garnering new users. It consistently pro...

In part I, we learned that it’s basically impossible to design a training regimen in which everything perfectly recovers and nothing detrains from one training session to the next, because differen...

Trying to figure out an optimal training schedule for your goals can be a bit of a challenge, and there’s no shortage of dubious advice out there about how often to train. It’s usually one-size-fit...

If your training was effective, you should feel some soreness the next day, and for two days at the most. If the second day is significantly worse than the first, and your soreness lasts into a 3rd...

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