"The African Origins Of Martial Arts" with guest, Ahati Kilindi Iyi on The African History Network Show, Thursday August 5th, 8pm - 11pm EST!
Listen to "The African History Network Show", August 5th, 8pm - 11pm EST as our guest will be Ahati Kilindi Iyi, Head Instructor of The Tamerrian Institute of Detroit. Many people don't know that the first fighting systems known to man began in Africa. We'll discuss the history of the African Origins of Martial Arts and what Africans took into other lands.
Our topic will be: "The African Origins Of Martial Arts"
Some questions that we’ll answer are:
1) Where and how Martial Arts originated?
2) What is the purpose of Martial Arts?
3) The various styles of African Martial Arts and the countries they originated.
4) The animal systems that are practiced at the Tamerrian Institute such as the snake, panther, lion and bull to name a few.
5) What are the health benefits of practicing Martial Arts?
This will be a very informative and enlightening discussion so please make sure that our youth are listening. Our call in number is (914) 338-1375. Click this link to access our show, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow. Feel free to call in with your questions or just to listen if can't access us by internet. Be sure to invite your Facebook Friends to this event.
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