The April 2012 issue of Martial Arts Illustrated is on sale in WH Smiths, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Londis and all good newsagents from 8th March.
COVER STORY / EVERYBODY'S KEYSI FIGHTING
Bob Sykes talks to KFM's Andy Norman about the success of the fighting system and its adoption by everyone from Tom Cruise to Alex Reid – who gives his own testament to its effectiveness.
The legendary JKD man returns to the pages of MAI with an essay on fear…
Meanwhile…Chris Parker also returns with some insight into martial agendas…
Bob Sykes meets Eddie Quinn to discuss his Approach system.
This month sees Michael continue to bust egos with a look at the art of self preservation.
Traditional Karateka and Shotokan instructor, Glenn talks to Mike Isaacs about taining the traditional way…
Mark Iles meets the Muay Thai World Champion to discuss his career and his move into the movies…
THE NEXT LEVEL
Johnny Silmon teaches concentration techniques that will benefit all martial artists.
PAINT IT BLACK
Gavin Mulholland talks about Gojo-ryu Karate – a complete martial art that has all the bases covered…
Bob Sykes meets Paul Mansfield and Dean Fern – two examples of the excellent instructors bred at the Jon Jepson Black Belt Academy.
Former Kickboxing champion, Lance Lewis talks us through some essential medicine ball conditioning techniques.
Our new correspondent ponders when – if at all – to transition between self defence techniques…
A genuine Karate legend, Terry Pottage discusses the current state of Karate in the UK.
We meet Andy Davies – a Taekwondo man who, tiring of the political strife around the art, has set off on his own path…
TAGB OPEN REPORT
Sylvio Dokov reports from the recent British Open in Telford.
Paul Barnett continues his Kata Uncovered series with a breakdown of Pinan Yodan…
The pressure points expert begins a series of articles on the application of his art.
Lee Matthews looks forward to the BodyPower Expo and discusses the importance of nutrition in martial arts.
Encourages us all to stop talking and start listening every once in a while, if we're ever going to learn…