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Welcome to the Martial Arts Entertainment Magazine Your FREE Online Martial Arts News and Entertainment Publication Martial Arts Entertainment Magazine is an online publication designed to give you the facts about today’s martial arts world including the latest news, events, special reports on our industries leaders, living legends, celebrities, stars and the martial arts entertainment and movie industry. Please be sure visit: www.martialartsentertainmentmagazine.com

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™ Press Releases ™ Feature Story – Grandmaster Richard Hackworth ™ Article - Martial Arts Hall of Fame & 32nd Battle of Florida ™ Hall of Fame Photo Gallery ™ Cover Story – Women in the Martial Arts ™ US Open & Battle of Atlanta Coverage ™ Pictures from the US Open & Battle of Atlanta ™ Article - Shihan Andy Horne “Stunt Coordinator of the Year” Coordinator of the Year ™ Article - Danny Zaino’s Art of the “Pure Warrior” Sports Tonfa ™ Article – Clair Poulton’s “Death By Prescription” ™ Article - “Team Americas” Take Martial Arts Performing to New Levels ™ National Promoters League Tournament Division ™ Article – Olando Rivera “The Warrior” ™ Pictures from Olando Rivera’s “Warrior Classic” Event ™ World Tournament & Event News ™ Article by Richard Hackworth “Three Keys to a Successful Acting Career ™ Advertising

Press Releases RAP Publishing Releases New Martial Arts Marketing Book

Action Radio Network Show Hosts Launch New Network

"Twitter Yourself to Fame & Fortune" by Richard Hackworth and Claire Poulton is a step by step guide on how to use the popular social micro blog twitter to attract students to your martial arts business. Using the techniques in this book you will become as famous as an internet Rock Star. You can follow World Martial Arts Magazine at www.twitter.com/wmamagazine .

Martial Arts Media sensations, Danny & Theresa Zaino, launched the "Martial Arts Entertainment Radio" network. The Zaino family hosts nine shows on the Action Radio Network and have developed an on demand play system which allows listeners to listen to replays of their favorites shows whenever they visit the website, not just during the show time. Action Radio Network owner Richard Hackworth said: "We are excited to see the development of our sister network. I shows that martial arts media is growing even in this tough economy. We look forward to sharing and developing new radio content to better service our listeners."

Action Radio Network Debuts New Logo Only July 4th 2009, The Action Radio Network debuted their new logo designed by graphic artist Claire Poulton on their website. Station Manager Kevin Rhodes said: "The new logo better represents our mission here at the Action Radio Network, to bring you the best in radio programming online, worldwide. You will find some new shows in our fall line up that will be welcomed additions to the schedule.“ www.actionradio.net


Feature Story Grandmaster Richard Hackworth Few can claim that they dedicate each day to learning, teaching and promoting martial arts. However, that is exactly what Grand Master Richard Hackworth has done. His enthusiasm, charisma and ability to communicate with people of all ages have made him one of America's most sought after martial arts consultants and seminar instructors. He has won international acclaim as an author and martial artist. His achievements and teachings have been featured in over 1,000 magazine articles worldwide. Traveling the globe, he delivers technical seminars with humor to audiences of all sizes. With an artful way of teaching that is entertaining and motivational, he is known for his ability to impart a vision and clarify a purpose. Combining his thorough research, motivational strategies, humor, wisdom and international perspective, he inspires audiences of students and masters alike. Everyone enjoys his unassuming approach to sharing his wealth of knowledge. He is the owner of the Action Radio Network and Editor of World Martial Arts Magazine. When speaking to Grand Master Richard Hackworth you will find that he is the hands down expert on the history of Hapkido. As well he should be, because no one has done more to unselfishly promote the military art of Hapkido in our lifetime. Most of the Hapkido schools in the USA were being run by former G.I.'s who studied Hapkido for only 1 year during their military tour of Korea. Many of whom either bought high ranks from Koreans here in the USA or just promoted themselves through their own organization. Richard Hackworth decided that if Hapkido was going to truly grow we need to raise the standards outside of Korea by providing Master level training, something that had never been done outside of Korea before. So, he began inviting officials from the Hapkido headquarters in Korea to teach instructor and masters courses in the USA. Many instructors thankfully took advantage of this and learned skills formerly unavailable to them. Usually you could find instructors and masters from nearly a dozen countries at each of the events that he hosted. However, many of the self-promoter "Masters" of Hapkido in the USA would not attend

out of fear of being exposed. Grand Master Hackworth stated that, "It was never my intention to "expose" anyone. Only to educate." And Educate he did. Not only by hosting events but by traveling the world to teach Hapkido. Grand Master Hackworth has conducted seminars in 31 different countries in the last 11 years with no sign of slowing down. He will be returning to Colombia, Ecuador, England, Australia, and Russia in 2008 alone.

Some of Grand Master Hackworth's many accomplishments include: Host of the "Martial Arts News & Entertainment" Radio Show Star of the "Martial Arts Success" Radio Show Star of the "Turning Up The Heat!" Television Show Featured performer on the "Never Die" TV Show on Skylife Network Featured on TV and Magazines World-Wide President of the Society of Bachelor Millionaires Internationally Certified Korean and Japanese Linguist PhD in Asian Studies & Oriental Medicine Editor for "World Martial Arts Magazine" Founder of HaeMuKwan Hapkido Past President of the US National Taekwondo Association 8th Dan Korean Hapkido Federation 2002 8th Dan Korea Chungdokwan Taekwondo Association 2000 8th Dan Korea Yusool Association 2007 8th Dan World Sword Arts Federation 2005 Grandmaster Richard Hackworth was recently awarded “News Radio Show of the Year� at the ARN & WMAM Hall of Fame June, 2009.


Martial Arts Hall of Fame & 32nd Battle of Florida A Martial Arts Weekend extravaganza like no other was held in Clearwater Beach, Florida June 5th - 7th, 2009. It was the inaugural ARN & WMAM Hall of Fame "Martial Arts Choice Awards" and the "32nd Battle of Florida" National Martial Arts Championships presented and promoted by seven time "Promoters of the Year" Danny & Theresa Zaino, Carl Stone, and Richard Hackworth who have been promoting top rated martial arts events in Florida for nearly 30 Years. Top martial artists from around the world such as Olando "The Warrior" Rivera, James "The Motivator" Cisco, Erik Marshall, Joe Corley of American Karate and many others were honored with awards at the Banquet in which they were inducted into the world's first peer nomination based Sports Hall of Fame in the category of Martial Arts. Some of the special guest also in attendance were Famous Actor, Stuntman & Stunt Coordinator in over 300 films, Grandmaster Kim Kahana, USKA World Champion Andy Horne, the Father of American Kick Boxing Mike Anderson, and Jim and Mark Graden. Over 80 awards were given out.

(l-r) FightZone's Jay Adams, Nancy Evans, & Al Martino, proud new inductees into the ARN & WMAM Hall of Fame

Danny & Theresa Zaino

Also honored were Al Martino, Jay Adams and Nancy Evans from FightZone Media/TV/Magazine. Al is the publisher of Accent on Tampa Bay and FightZone Magazines. He is also co-owner of FightZone TV along with Jay Adams. FightZone TV airs the best in MMA from around the world weekly to over 21 million homes and subscribers on various Fox Sports Network affiliates, DIRECTV, The Dish Network and ATTU-verse weekly. Jay, one of the most prolific commentators in the MMA business, also produces Jay Adam's Brawl Call, a behind the scenes national MMA news show. Nancy Evans is Co publisher of FightZone Magazine and is one of the most knowledgeable and beloved figures in the fight world. Her help to fighters, their families and careers is legendary. She can be seen at almost every Florida fight event working behind the scenes with the promoters, boxing commission, trainers and staff to provide the most positive journalistic slant possible. She also provided Radio Interviews to the Zaino’s Martial Arts Entertainment Radio Network (www.martialartsentertainmentradio.com) and Richard Hackworth's Action Radio Network (www.ActionRadio.net) This historic event was followed the next day by the 32nd Battle of Florida, one of the most respected martial arts events in the

country and has always drawn a high caliber of competitors with a reputation as an official stepping stone to the US Open ISKA World Championships in Orlando, Florida and the World Championships in Korea.

Team Americas - Tony, Dominique and Joey Zaino performed at the Hall of Fame

At the event, there also was live filming for the documentary movies "Born to Compete" and "The Warriors Quest". Event sponsors included: The Action Radio Network, World Martial Arts Magazine, FightZone Magazine & TV, Action Star Media, Ringstar, Legacy Belts, and Kickgen. The event was sanctioned by: Florida Palm Coast Karate Events / National Promoters League, Florida Black Belt Association, Florida League of Martial Artists, and the US Open Series.

one of the world's leading experts on martial arts weapons as they relate to tournament competition and street self defense. Theresa Zaino, Danny's business and life partner has Co-organized the "Battle of Florida" National Martial Arts Championships for more than 20 years. She is the Team manager for Team Americas. Together they host the award winning "Danny & Theresa Zaino's Martial Arts Radio Hour" on the Action Radio Network and also on the Martial Arts Entertainment Radio Network. Carl Stone is an American icon whose martial arts themed TV show aired in Clearwater Beach, Florida for several years. In addition to being a notable self defense expert, Grandmaster Stone is one of the top kick boxing coaches in the world with several national and world champions currently training under his tutelage. Richard Hackworth is the owner of the Action Radio Network and Editor of World Martial Arts Magazine. His many contributions to the Martial Arts industry as an author, radio host, and TV personality make him a true added bonus to the success of this event.

About the promoters: Danny Zaino has established his reputation for excellence as the coach of America's most popular martial arts show team, "Team Americas" featuring his three talented children Tony, Joey, and Dominique Zaino along with other state and national champions. Danny is also recognized as

Kickboxing Legends Olando "The Warrior" Rivera and James "The Motivator" Cisco receive their awards

From L to R: Mark Graden, Jim Graden, and Joe Corley

Jay Adams from FightZone’s “Brawl Call” Show

From L to R: Nancy Evans from FightZone with Team Americas member Dominique Zaino Promoter Grandmaster Richard Hackworth shows Team Americas member Joey Zaino just how much he enjoyed the show!

Grandmaster Kim Kahana

From L to R: Mike Anderson, Mark Graden, and Erik Marshall

Grandmaster Frank Sanchez Star of the movie “Black Salt� Jason Sterling

Shihan Donna Judge

From L to R: James Sang Lee, Sandra Kahana, and Grandmaster Kim Kahana

Shihan Andy Horne

From L to R: Olando Rivera, Deena Rivera, and James Sisco

From L to R: FightZone’s Jay Adams, Nancy Evans, and Al Martino

From R to L: Promoter Theresa Zaino, Erik Marshall, and guest From L to R: Nancy Evans, Promoters Danny & Theresa Zaino, and Al Martino

From R to L: Promoter Carl Stone with James “The Motivator” Sisco Kevin Bergquist holds his prize sword proudly

Promoter Danny Zaino with Olando “The Warrior” Rivera (L) and James “The Motivator” Sisco (R)

Hall of Fame Awards

From L to R: Promoter Danny Zaino, Tony Zaino, Dominique Zaino, Missy & Al Martino, and Joey Zaino

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Shihan Donna Judge began her karate career in 1973 at the age of 17 and is the school founder and senior Instructor of Suncoast karate Dojo in Sarasota, Florida. She opened her first dojo in 1976. As a direct student of Hanshi John Pachivas, 10th Dan, Shuri Ryu, Ms. Judge offers Shuri Ryu knowledge with authenticity and experience. Her instruction is a classic example of traditional training in keeping with the highest traditions of Okinawan ShuriRyu Karate-do. She is one of the most respected instructors in Karate today. Throughout the years, Shihan Judge has achieved national and international recognition in Karate tournament competitions. She has won the following 11 titles Light Contact Women's Fighting Champion 1982, 1983, 1988, and 1989 thru 1992; Team Semi Contact Fighting Champion 1987, 1988; Individual Semi-Contact Fighting Champion 1988, 1989. Additional honors include being named "Sportswomen of the Year" and " Top Female Fighter of the Year" in 1992. In 1987, Ms. Judge was honored by grandmaster Robert Trias when asked to become Team Captain for the women's USKA team. This team fought in the Japan Goodwill Karate Championships, and under Shihan Judge's leadership, the team returned that honor by bringing home the gold medal. Ms. Judge has earned many other high honors over the years including being Inducted into The World Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 1995. Recipient of Living Legends Sport Karate Award on October 18th 2003 in Charlotte North Carolina. Certified International instructor by the International Shuri-te Yudanshakai and being appointed by Hanshi Bowles in 2001 as the Florida State Representative of the International Shuri Ryu Association. Shihan Judge feels incredibly fortunate to have been instructed by Hanshi Pachivas. This relationship enabled her to travel, meet and train with those whom she considers the top instructors in the country. These instructors included the late Grandmaster Trias, Hanshi Robert Bowles, Kyoshi Ridgely Abele and Shihan Dale Benson. Shihan Judge has devoted herself wholeheartedly to training and sharing her Karate knowledge. She now has Shuri Ryu Karate being taught by her black belts at two of the high schools in Sarasota as a credited physical education class. Shihan Judge has worked security since 1997. She also was head of security for a local club for five years and maintained a crew that provides security at events for the Sarasota Entertainment Center. Due to her years of experience in security, she has witnessed many fights and has utilized her self defense training often. Shihan Donna Judge was recently honored at the ARN & WMAM Hall of Fame in June, 2009.

Andrea Stone (L) and Dominique Zaino were both honored at the ARN & WMAM Hall of Fame June 2009

At this years Action Radio Network and World Martial Arts Magazine Hall of Fame “Martial Arts Choice Awards” held this past June 5th, 2009 in Clearwater Beach, Florida these two outstanding young women were both recognized for their outstanding achievements in the martial arts community. Dominique for her 9 year membership with one of the top teams in the United States today “Team Americas” World Martial Arts Show Team (formally known as “National Team Pepsi”) who was awarded “Demo Team of the Year” and Andrea Stone a student of Grandmaster Richard Hackworth of American Dragon Martial Arts Academies in Clermont, Florida who was awarded “Female Role Model of the Year”. Congratulations goes out to these two young women who are setting the standards for others to follow in their footsteps.

Dominique Zaino, who has been studying the Martial Arts since the age of three, is no stranger to the spotlight. Along with her fellow team mates and brothers Tony and Joey Zaino she has competed on a National level for more than 9 years including performing at the some of the worlds most prestigious Martial Arts Hall of Fames, Conventions, and Trade Shows. She is the host of her own show “The Dominique Zaino Show” on the Martial Arts Entertainment Radio Network (www.MartialArtsEntertainmentRadio.com) and on the Action Radio Network (www.actionradio.net) where she interviews guests from a youths perspective. She has interviewed some of the top martial artists in the country including “Battle of Atlanta” Promoter Joe Corley, US Open Promoter Mike McCoy, Martial Arts Entrepreneurs Jim & John Graden, and former Elvis Presley body guard Dave Hebler. Dominique is a 9 time Florida State Champion in Weapons, Kata, and Sparring. To learn more about Dominique visit: www.battleofthearts.com/team_americas.html.

New found Martial Arts friends Dominique Zaino and Andrea Stone

At the age of five Andrea Stone came to her father, a Miami veterinarian with a new request. A kindergarten classmate of hers had just started studying karate and after explaining how much fun it was to kick boys around Andrea immediately decided that she wanted to study too. Dr. Stone had studied Tae Kwon do since the 70's so instead of Karate he arranged to enroll his daughter in the Korean Art under Grandmaster E.H. Chung at the Pan American Martial Arts Academy in Miami Lakes. Andrea took to the martial arts like a fish to water and over the next two and a half years practiced 5 days a week until she obtained her first black belt in Tae Kwon do. Shortly thereafter the family moved out of Miami to the small town of Clermont in Central Florida where at the time Tae Kwon do was not offered. Not wanting to quit the martial arts Andrea enrolled in a similar Korean Tang Soo Do dojang and for the next year and a half Andrea re-learned all new forms meeting all of the schools requirements. Eventually she was awarded a first dan in this style as well as achieving academic honors in school. Unfortunately this dojang was later forced to close due to economic reasons and once again Andrea had a decision to make. Determined to continue her training, she decided to try still another Korean art. By now her father had taken up the study of Hapkido under the tutelage of Grandmaster Richard Hackworth at the American Dragon Martial Arts Academy and was granted permission to enter his daughter in his class even though she was only eleven years old. It took another four years of training but at 15 years of age Andrea received her third black belt, this time in HaeMuKwan Hapkido, the first ever awarded by the Korean Hapkido Federation to a girl in the United States. Currently Andrea, who just turned 16 this May is a state champion in FFA competition, an honors student, a spokes model for the martial arts and continues to train in Hae Mu kwan Hapkido. Her interest in boys however has progressed past wanting to beat them up.

martial arts training of her three children along with other team members as well as competing herself. She is also the co-host of the “Danny & Theresa Zaino’s Martial Arts Radio Hour” and “Martial Arts Spotlight Hour” on the Martial Arts Entertainment Radio Network (www.MartialArtsEntertainmentRadio.com) and the Action Radio Network (www.ActionRadio.net). She has won numerous Hall of Fame Awards including 7 time “Promoter of the Year” an award she shares with her husband Danny Zaino for their “Battle of Florida” National Martial Arts Championships (www.BattleofFlorida.com) Theresa was one of the Co-Hosts for the ARN & WMAM Hall of Fame in June, 2009. To learn more about Theresa Zaino visit: www.battleofthearts.com/zaino.html.

Born an “Air Force brat” at Fort Dix, New Jersey, Master Theresa Zaino spent some of her childhood in England and upstate New York. Her family settled in Palm Beach county Florida when her father retired from the United States Air Force in 1972. In 1984, Theresa began her martial arts studies in the style of Kang Do Kwon Tae Kwon Do under the tutelage of future husband Danny Zaino and has remained dedicated to her martial arts training for the past twenty five years. While committed to the GoJu-Ryu style, she has also studied in the arts of Tae Kwon Do and Thai boxing. Throughout her training, Theresa has competed at martial arts events throughout Florida and on a National level. In 1988 she helped her husband form their Florida Palm Coast Karate Events / National Promoters League Circuit and in 2000 she helped organize their Team Americas “World Martial Arts Show Team” (formerly “National Team Pepsi”). For 9 years Theresa owned and operated a commercial martial arts school and today she continues to assist with the

Alison Viola recently was honored as Female Athlete of the Year, by The Champions Association and is the reigning NBL world champion and #1 Ranked Female Fighter (141lb weight class) in North America. She is a Member of the Team Kumite International All-Star Martial Arts Travel Team and Instructor at the Allegheny Shotokan Karate School in Pittsburgh, PA. World Titles include: 2008 Lightweight World Champion, 2006 Featherweight World Champion, 6x National Champion (forms & sparring), 10x State Champion (forms & sparring)

Nunchuks and extreme forms. She is generally acknowledged as the best junior nunchuks competitor in the NASKA circuit, male or female. In 2008, Sammy was the youngest member of Team USA at the Martial Arts Olympics in St. Petersburg, Russia, where she earned two individual and one team gold medal's).

Caitlin Dechelle is the definition of a World Class Martial Artist. Caitlin holds a second degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, as well as first degree Black Belts in Chinese Kenpo and GoJu-Ryu. She is a 43 time NASKA World Champion, a 6 time ISKA World Forms and Weapons Champion, and the 2008 WAKO Junior Forms and Weapons World Champion. A 6 year member of Team Paul Mitchell Karate, Caitlin was inducted into the Black Belt Magazine Hall of Fame in 2007.

Sammy Smith is a 12 year old, six time NASKA World Champion. She earned her junior black belt at the age of 9 and has over 130 first place finishes in NASKA divisions, numerous grand championships as well as overall grand championships. She trains with world champions Matt Emig, Daniel Sterling and Lauren Kearney and is equally proficient in Traditional Bo Staff, Extreme

Peggy Petty Jolly is a 7th Dan training for 25 years under Master Young Taek Yu of Greensboro. Master Peggy Petty Jolly was one of just a few women who had the courage to study Tae Kwon Do in the 1970s. Those "few" continued to dwindle over the years, and Master Jolly is among the small sisterhood of women who have reached the level of Master Instructor. Master Jolly was head instructor of Master Yu's main school in Greensboro for more than seven years, before bringing a branch of Young Yu Tae Kwon Do to Siler City in 1982. The school became South Eastern Karate in 1996, reflecting the leadership role Master Jolly had assumed, with the encouragement of Master Yu. She continues to teach the knowledge passed on by her own teachers. Over her distinguished career, Master Jolly has taught countless women's self-defense and general martial arts classes, and participated as a competitor and promoter in martial arts tournaments. Thanks to her dedication and leadership, South Eastern Karate has continued to thrive, even in a small town and rural county.

and has competed in the 2007 U.S. Open. She has been on public cable TV shows on martial arts about Hapkido and the RDT System( Realistic Defensive Tactics) showing how well women can defend themselves against a man.

Ms. Karuna Khan Gordon is currently a 1st Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido, Kickboxing (the Superfoot system), and the RDT System (Realistic Defensive Tactics) designed by Mr. Hernandez for the everyday person. She is one of the head instructor at the school and teaches the mini-kicks classes for 9 to 15 year olds and is also on the Black Belt testing board. Ms. Gordon is one of the main instructors for the women's self defense classes as well and has helped with neighborhood watch self defense programs. She also helps work with people with special needs of all ages and handicaps and kids with ADD and ADHD. Ms. Gordon assists in the summer camp program and also assists Mr. Hernandez in teaching a self defense class for the church youth group and additional karate classes at Lake Bernadette Community Center. She is a member of the Superfoot System WAKO (World Association of Kickboxing Organizations), Canemaster ,WBBB. and is also an official referee for F.L.M.A the Florida League of Martial Artists, and WAKO (World Association of Kickboxing Organizations). She is on the schools karate demo team and has won 1st place in many tournaments in sparring, kata, and board breaking. Ms. Gordon has helped trained and coach many students that have won 1st place in tournaments including the U.S. Open and W.A.K.O light contact kickboxing. Ms. Gordon her self won 2nd place in the 2006 U.S. Open Continuous Fighting division

Holly Raczynski age 29 is a Martial Arts competitor, instructor, and stunt performer. She holds a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Shotokan Karate, 2nd Degree Black Belt in Kickboxing, and a Black stripe in ITF Tae Kwon Do. She is the Program Coordinator for the Provincial Martial Arts Association and she currently owns and operates 2 martial arts studios and oversees 3 others. She has just completed filming on Tron Legacy and was Olivia Wilde's (lead female) Stunt Double.

the Midwest Martial Arts Association, she was inducted into their Hall of Fame at the age of 16, and was referred to as the "Pride Of Oklahoma". Katie is a high intensity fighter, and has proven herself at all levels sometimes seeking out black belt competition whether male or female. More information can be found about Katie at the United GoJu Karate Association website, http://www.ugka.org, from her school at http://www.mannfordkarate.org, or from http://www.katiecarr.tv which is her website.

Katie Carr is a Second Degree Black Belt in Japanese GoJu Ryu Karate studying with Grandmaster Ted Soliday, 9th DAN. A long time tournament competitor in Oklahoma and surrounding states winning the 2006 Oklahoma State Champion title from the Oklahoma Karate Association, Katie entered national competition in 2006 at the NBL Super Grands in Buffalo, NY. In 2007, Katie Carr was named the 2007 Oklahoma State Champion again, her second year winning her division in fighting. In national competition, Katie was named the 2007 American Karate Association National Champion for the Southern Region. In addition to her teaching at the Sapulpa Institute of Karate, Katie Carr is the founder and head instructor at the Mannford Institute of Karate which she opened in July 2008 at the age of 15. Her school is a member of the United GoJu Karate Association. In 2008, Katie again won the title of 2008 American Karate Association National Champion for the Southern Region, while also winning the 2008 Midwest Martial Arts Association Champion for fighting in her division. With her accomplishments in Martial Arts as well as her activity within

Beginning her Martial Arts career at the age of 46, Tara Lee Hunter has been fortunate enough to have studied with such legendary Florida instructors as David Roth, Sean Kelley, and Richard Ross who she studied with for 7 years earning her Black Belt in 1999. In1993 she started competing in tournaments and was a National Champion in Forms and Best Overall with the NASKA circuit in 1998. In 2001 she joined Team America traveling to Ireland twice, Hawaii, Mexico and Barcelona, Spain. In these competitions she earned gold, silver and bronze medals. In October of 2006 she received her second-degree black belt in Okinawa Kenpo and in 2007 she received the Longevity Award from World Organization of Martial Artist Athletes (W.O.M.A.A.).

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Two Great Events To Attend In her recent interview with NASKA promoters Mike McCoy of the “US Open” and Joe Corley of the “Battle of Atlanta”, Dominique Zaino of the "Dominique Zaino Show" on the Martial Arts Entertainment Magazine and Action Radio Network asked the tough questions to these renowned tournament promoters who run two of the best events in the country today with all the elements of great competition and excitement an competitor would surely not want to miss out on, yet both events are unique in their own special way.

With ESPN coverage and the magical location of Walt Disney World as the US Open's main attraction for competitor attendance, promoter Mike McCoy pointed out various other enticing features for competitors and family's to attend the US Open each year: Exciting camps before the event with the all famous "Camp Chat“ with martial arts legend Mike Chaturantabut, 570 divisions including 330 kids divisions and participation awards fro every child that competes, New ISJA Jujitsu competition, more continuous fighting age and rank divisions than ever before, separate amateur class A and professional class AA divisions for black belts, maximum deviation and mandatory average rules in effect for forms and weapons, Saturday Night Champion Competition, and of course Special Disney Park Passes just for US Open customers! www.USOpen-Karate.com .

The location for the US Open is in the heart of Disney World and sets the stage for a fun and magical weekend of thrilling competition and activities for everyone.

The US Open is held every year at the beautiful Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida.

Dominique interviews US Open Promoter Mike McCoy (r) and Battle of Atlanta Promoter Joe Corley.

When speaking with Battle of Atlanta Promoter Joe Corley Dominique asked "what makes the Battle of Atlanta an event competitors and their families from around the country and world one they won't want to miss out on?� Pointing out that the Battle of Atlanta is the oldest running open martial arts event in the United States Mr. Corley wants to remind all competitors, their families and instructors that they can always take advantage of the many discounts, events, and attractions offered at the Battle every year and this year included: FREE Friday afternoon Seminars, Double value team discounts to all instructors pre-registering their schools, FREE Silver ringside seating at the Night of Champions Saturday night to all participating competitors, a 16 person Super Fights and Grand Champion competition at the Saturday Night of Champions Show with competitors from many various styles, 150 New divisions where new competitors can compete for the first time against other first timers, and of course the over 197 places to visit making Atlanta the perfect opportunity for families to take a late summer vacation. Here are just a few of the highlighted venues you can visit while attending the Battle this year: Six Flags over Georgia, Atlanta Braves Stadium, Coca Cola Museum, The Largest Aquarium in the world, and Stone Mountain just to name a few. www.BattleofAtlanta.com .

The Battle of Atlanta is held every year at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia

Don’t forget to visit the Atlanta Braves Stadium.

Six Flags Over Georgia makes for a great family vacation spot.

From left to right: Hosts Danny & Dominique Zaino, Promoter Mike Sawyer, Hosts Tony, Joey, and Theresa Zaino

Host Danny Zaino US OPEN Co-Director Cory Shafer

Host Danny Zaino with US Open Official Kert Christopher

Hosts Danny & Theresa Zaino NAPMA's Toby Milroy

Host Danny Zaino with Pro Karate and Mannatech distributor Phil Burney

Host Danny Zaino with Cameron Kittrell from the Purple Dragon Organization

Host Theresa Zaino with Sarah Tucker from Black Belt Principles

Hosts Danny & Theresa Zaino with Mark Gurley form Rebounderz

Host Danny Zaino hanging out with Mike Anderson (center), Mike McGann (far right), and friends

Promoter Clermont Poulin

Host Danny Zaino with JuJitsu World Champion Ernie Boggs (L) and Karate America's chief Instructor Daniel Gimenez

Host Danny Zaino with Don Jacob (center L) and Purple Dragon members

Host Danny Zaino with Don Jacob head of the Purple Dragon Organization

Host Danny Zaino with Quebec Open

Host Danny Zaino with the Coach of the South African Team Phil Anderson

Host Dominique Zaino with US OPEN Grand Champion Cole Eckert

Host Dominique Zaino with US OPEN Grand Champion Austin Crain

Host Joey Zaino with US OPEN Grand Champion Arnold King

Host Dominique Zaino with US OPEN Grand Champion Cory Latkus Host Tony Zaino with US Open Competitor Ricky Bryant

Host Dominique Zaino with US OPEN Grand Champion Kalman Csoka

Hosts Tony & Joey Zaino with US Open Competitor Pierre Van Heerden from South Africa

Host Dominique Zaino with US Open Competitor Lance Landes

Host Tony Zaino with US Open Competitor Brian Emery

Hosts Tony & Joey Zaino with US Open Judge Luis Rogue Host Dominique Zaino with US Open Breaking Coordinator Chris Lee Host Dominique Zaino with US Open Competitor Sarah Greer


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Hosts Dominique & Joey Zaino with Promoter Joe Corley

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Shihan Andy Horne Stunt Coordinator of the Year Shihan Andy Horne has been a practitioner of the martial arts since 1968. Mr. Horne has earned the distinction of holding the rank of Kyoshi, Hachi-dan (8th degree black belt) in Okinawan Shuri-Te and the title of Renshi in Kobudo (Okinawan Weaponry) which he received from Grand Master John Pachivas, 10th dan (deceased). Mr. Horne also holds rank in All-Japan Shinto-Yoshin JiuJitsu from Hanshi Steven Roensch, 9th dan. Mr. Horne also has the distinct honor of passing on the art of Katori Shinto Ryu Iaido (art of drawing the sword) and Kenjutsu, an honor bestowed upon him by the late master swordsman Ken Ogawa. Mr. Horne is the S.E. United States Representative for the United States Chanbara Federation (full contact sport weaponry). Mr. Horne is a coach and competitor for Team Americas National Karate Team and was named “2002 Coach Of The Year”. He is also a member of the elite Trias International Society, the American Budokai Society and the International Shuri-Ryu Association. Mr. Horne is a retired southeastern United States Kickboxing champion and World contender (30-0, 24 ko’s). He is a 5-time National and World Empty-Hand Form and Weapons Champion. In 1992, Mr. Horne was inducted into the World Martial Arts Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio. In 1997 Mr. Horne was inducted into the Florida Hall of Fame and the year 2001 received the gold Life Time Achievement. Then in 2009 was inducted in the category of Stunt Coordinator Of The Year. He is an active member of SAG (Screen Actor Guild) as a stuntman, actor, fight choreographer and 2nd Unit Director. He has appeared in numerous movies, commercials and live action stunt shows throughout a 30 year stunt career. 1996 movie Virtual Weapon with Terrence Hill (Boot Hill, They Call Me Trinity)

and Marvelous Marvin Hagler (Middle Weight Boxing Champion). Plato’s Run with Gary Busey (Lethal Weapon), Roy Scheider (Jaws) and Jeff Speakman(Perfect Weapon). Mr. Horne has also worked with Burt Reynolds, Bud Spencer, Neil Patrick Harris, Elizabeth Ashley, Luke Halpin and many, many others too numerous to mention. He has traveled extensively as a personal bodyguard to Billy Joel, Ozzy Osbourne, Expose’, Jimmy Cliff, Van Halen, David Lee Roth, Michael Bolton, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and many others, when asked Mr. Horne states his resume’ reads like the alphabet from “A-Z, ABBA to ZZ Top”. Mr. Horne is a graduate of The Broward County Criminal Justice Institute and is a Florida Department of Law Enforcement State Certified Police Officer with the Town of Trenton FL. He is also a NRA certified Firearms Instructor and is in constant demand for demonstrations, charity functions and seminars around the world.

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The Art of the “Pure Warrior� Sport Tonfa By: Danny Zaino The art of the tonfa is a forgotten art. My name is Grandmaster Danny Zaino and this is the story of how I took a traditional martial arts weapon and redesigned it for karate competition. It all started 28 years ago when I was in the Army. I left Korea and was sent to my new station in Ft. Bliss Texas. At the time I was studying close to 7 years. I decided to attend a local tournament on base and after my competition I noticed a table where a vender was selling martial arts equipment. The first thing I noticed he was selling were these two wooden sticks that were shaped very unusual and where about a foot a half long with another piece of wood sticking out of it about four inches down which was the handle. What I am describing to you here was a very crude pair of Tonfas, an ancient Okinawan weapon whose handles were sometimes used as a portable rice grinder. The Tonfa also came from medical crutches that were shortened and then used as weapons. Back in ancient times the Tonfas were used in pairs and were made out of very heavy wood. They were mainly held in your hand with the stick part covering your forearm and elbow enabling you to block weapons, spin, and then strike the enemy. After many years of study I would learn that there were all different ways you could operate this weapon. When I picked the Tonfas up for the first time in Texas this was the very first time I had ever picked up a martial arts weapon. At this time I could only operate them with what little knowledge I had and I began competing with them at martial arts events to get more experience. When I did not do well in the competitions I began seeking out training and better methods of using the Tonfa. When I became a Florida police officer they had just come out with the PR 24 side handle baton which all officers had to carry on them during their shift. Basically the PR 24 was a metal Tonfa with a swivel attached to the handle for better maneuvering. I began all types of training with the PR 24 which my department enforced which taught me to see the self-defense aspect of the Tonfa from the law enforcement side but I still wanted to learn the ancient art of the Tonfa. Because of my desire to learn this I started training with Grandmaster Johnny Pachivas from the USKA organization and some of his other instructors who were famous for their skill in weaponry and this enabled me to achieve what I really wanted to learn about the Tonfa which was the tradition and skill of this weapon used in organized Okinawan and Japanese form known as Kata for competition. As an experiment I then began to purchase all different kinds of Tonfas for practice purposes. Yet even with all my hard work and the use of different brands of Tonfas I was still doing poorly in competition and this continued for at least ten years. Then one day I got the idea to make the Tonfas shorter and started sanding the groves of the Tonfas to make it easier to

manipulate during my form routines. At the time most store bought Tonfas came with an oil based shellac which covered the entire weapon and some even had wood oils to rub into them. This gave me the idea to start sanding the finishes off of the handles of the Tonfas which made them slicker and spin faster. This seemed to work quite well so I began teaching my students the art of the Tonfa. In competition they did well and won a lot at tournaments which gave me the fever to start competing again. I started winning but never taking first so I decided to make my own Tonfas and come up with a design all my own. The first thing I did was to seek out a master wood carver who carved the Tonfas form in a way made specifically for sports martial arts. I then started to get more in-depth with the design and had razor type points attached to the ends of the Tonfas to make them also worthy for the street. I discovered that oak was the best wood to use and that is how the “Pure Warrior” Sports Tonfa for tournament competition was created. I realized early on that I had to remove the razor tips off the ends of the Tonfas being used for practice purposes and competitions when I accidentally cut one of my students during a practice session. I decided to keep some Tonfas with the razor tips but only for the street and combat use like the masters before me did. I soon began to develop my own techniques with the Tonfa and my own forms for Karate competitions. I also began teaching hand releases, throws, and tricks with the Tonfas. It wasn’t long before I figured out to add a small tube like piece of metal to the Tonfa handle which helps the Tonfa to spin faster when your hands get sweaty. I then discovered that if you reverse your grip on the Tonfas and hold your hand by the swivel you can operate the Tonfas just as fast as the Knunchucks by actually holding them backwards. I even figured out a way to take care of them by using certain wood oils which preserves the wood and makes the Tonfas last longer. Two other tricks I discovered is that you can train for hours with the Tonfas by using a pair of competition weight lifting gloves and if you sand the handles right before competition it allows you to move the Tonfas much easier so they don’t stick to your hands enabling you to perfect your martial arts form. I found that most martial artists do not really know how to operate the Tonfas correctly and that is why I mentioned at the beginning of this article that the Tonfa is the forgotten art. Everybody loves to pick up a pair of Knunchucks, spin them around and feel cool. They and many other martial arts weapons like the Bo Staff are much easier to operate. But

the art of the Tonfa takes many years of practice and should only be taught by a Master in the art of weaponry. Today my son Tony Zaino competes on a national level with the Sport Tonfas I have designed and is probably one of the best karate competitors with the Tonfas in the world. He has been practicing and competing with the Tonfas since the age of 3. When you decide to learn the art of Kubudo (weaponry) it is important that you learn the correct way to operate your weapon and by doing that your learning of the weapon will become fun and enjoyable. It is also important to learn the history of the weapon you are studying. Once you have done all that you can then test your skills in a martial arts competition. In making the decision to study a weapon and if your choice is the Tonfa, I hope you have as much fun and enjoyment as I have had studying this amazing and unique weapon. I wish you good luck in you adventures an in your studies of martial arts weapons and remember to never stop learning. About the author: Grandmaster Danny Zaino is an eighth degree black belt in American / Japansese & Okinawan Goju-Ryu & Kubudo. Please contact him in regards to doing a “Pure Warrior” Sports Tonfa Seminar in your area and instruction on how you can make your own “Pure Warrior” Sports Tonfa for your school or organization. Contact number: 561-575-5425 E-mail address: dzkarate@comcast.net Visit: www.battleofthearts.com/zaino.html

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EVERY YEAR 100,000 Patients In Hospital Die From Properly Administered Prescription Drugs Pharmaceutical Drugs Are More Dangerous Than Terrorism

By: Claire Poulton

Did you know that an estimated 106,000 hospitalized patients die each year from drugs that, by medical standards, are properly prescribed and properly administered; according to an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). And an estimated 2 million more suffer serious side effects. On September 11, 2001 almost 3,000 innocent people died at the World Trade Center Terrorism Attack. The 9/11 Deaths ARE very tragic and this report is in no way meant to denigrate the atrocity of the 9/11 cowardly terrorist attack, but consider these comparisons:

1. The recorded error rate of ICU's (Intensive Care Unit) is like the post office losing more than 16,000 pieces of mail every hour of every day. Citizens would be protesting and screaming their lungs out about the "ineptitude" of the USPS, and demanding action to rectify the situation, demanding the termination of USPS Administrators and Employees. 2. Banks deducting 32,000 checks from the wrong bank account every hour, 24/7. Bank customers would be breaking down the doors demanding immediate compensation for their losses, along with the accompanying investigations by Attorney General Offices, the FDIC and other Government Beaurocracies. 3. According to the medical report "Death by Medicine", by Drs. Gary Null, Carolyn Dean, Martin Feldman, Debora Rasio and Dorothy Smith, 783,936 people die in the United States every year as a result of conventional medicine mistakes. This is the equivalent of six jumbo jet crashes a day for an entire year. When this tragedy occurs, maybe once a year, if that, the Media is ALL over the airline company, the FAA immediately sends hordes of investigators out to examine the wreckage to determine the cause. Can you imagine the human outcry if 6 jumbo jets crashed every day, 365 days a year? Probably, those same people would become complacent after the 3rd or 4th week, just like they have become immune to the devastating death toll wreaked by medical errors. 4. Another 1995 study stated, "The iatrogenic [doctor-caused] death rate dwarfs the annual automobile accident mortality rate of 45,000 and accounts for more deaths than all other accidents combined." And that study was issued before the Vioxx disaster killed 60,000 people all by itself. 5. Since 2001 till 2005 (when the report was written), over 490,000 people in the United States have died from prescription drugs, while 2,996 people in the United States died from terrorism, all in the 9/11 attacks; prescription drugs are therefore 16,400 percent more dangerous than terrorism. If deaths from over-the-counter drugs are also included, then drug consumption leaps to being 32,000 percent more dangerous than terrorism. And conventional medicine viewed as a whole is 104,700 percent deadlier than terrorism. Where's the outrage? Where's the demand for investigation? Where are the protestors?

More Importantly, WHERE IS THE MEDIA? MEDIA ATTENTION to this abomination is Non-existent! No one is protesting. No one thinks about it. Why? Because the Pharmaceutical Companies, the Medical Profession, and their paid lackeys, the Federal Government Agencies Don't Want You To Know! Next year's budget for the Department of Homeland Security will exceed $34 billion. By comparison, this country spends about eight times that amount annually $282 billion on deaths due to medical mistakes. And that's a conservative estimate, because only a fraction of medical errors are reported. They ALSO Do not want you to know that: Most Prescription Drugs are Unnecessary. As much as the drug companies want you to believe that it's normal to take medicine every day, it's not. It is the rare exception that you should ever need to take a drug. Most, if not all, physical conditions can be alleviated with Life-Style changes and a massive demand for Healthy Food, not the plastic food we've been brain-washed into believing is "Good and Beneficial To Health". Would You Take Cocaine or Heroin? Probably you wouldn't. Illegal drugs, including cocaine and heroin, are responsible for an estimated 10,000 to 20,000 U.S. deaths per year. Yet, BILLIONS of $$$'s are spent each year by the Government and Law Enforcement Agencies to Curb the Sale and Use of Illegal Drugs. Take Back Control Of Your Own Health You should work with your health care provider (preferably a holistic or naturopathic one) in determining which of your prescriptions are really necessary. If you are suffering from any one of the following common conditions, drugs are probably not the answer and can be treated without prescription drugs more effectively, more cost efficiently AND with FEWER Complications and Side-Effects:

* Arthritis * High cholesterol * Memory and Thinking Capabilities Decline * Depression * Diabetes * High blood pressure

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June 5th 2009, at the first annual Action Radio Network & World Martial Arts Magazine Hall of Fame in Clearwater Beach, Florida, Danny Zaino's Team Americas debuted their first public performance of their new acts. Formerly National Team Pepsi, Team Americas features Tony, Joey, and Dominique Zaino along with several State and National Champions. Their performance at the Hall of Fame Awards show revealed their new patriotic theme for the team. Coach Danny Zaino said: "The team in now focusing on performing at the professional level for television and large Tony Zaino (L), Dominique Zaino and Joey Zaino convention events. Our TV and Members of “Team Americas� radio exposure has catapulted the team into the international spotlight attracting the attention of the television and movie industry. We are very happy to get to represent the martial arts in such a positive manner. We get to show the world that martial arts is a family activity that can become a healthy lifestyle." The Zaino Family L to R: Joey, Tony, Danny, Dominique, and Theresa

The hall of fame event and performance was filmed for "Fight Zone TV" and "World Martial Arts TV". This hall of fame event was hosted by Grand Master Danny & Theresa Zaino and Grand Master Carl Stone and was attended by some of the biggest names in the martial arts and entertainment industry. Al Martino and Nancy Evans from "Fight Zone TV" were in attendance along with Jay Abrams from the "Brawl Call TV Show" on Sun Sports. Richard Hackworth from the Action Radio Network and Claire Poulton from World Martial Arts Magazine were also in attendance covering the event. On August 1st, 2009 the Zaino family took part in the filming of the upcoming TV taping for "World Martial Arts TV" where they will be filmed segments for the first season of the show. On August 2nd, 2009 in Lake County Florida they continued their filming for the TV format documentary film “Born To Compete”. The film's executive director, Richard Hackworth said: "This is the first time that a family of martial artists has been followed from event to event this way. It will give the world a real look into what it takes to compete on this level and how much work is really involved. Most people don't understand the personal, professional, and financial sacrifices that families make to compete on the international level.“

Team Americas, Dominique, Tony, and Joey Zaino are the most under rated fighters in the United States. They have beaten countless world point fighting and kick boxing champions, and have performed some of the best demonstrations in the country today. You can tell by the look on their faces that to step in the ring with them will not be a cake walk. They are the top fighters today on Team Americas “World Martial Arts Fighting Team”. www.battleofthearts.com/team_americas.html

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We would like to cordially invite, the students and instructors of all martial arts, to Aikido/Hapkido of Hendersonville’s 17th anniversary seminar. The seminar will be held May 15, 2010 at our Dojo at 5226 Brevard Rd. Horse Shoe, NC. Instructors will include Dan Palmer, 5th Dan, Shidoin, Chief Instructor of Asheville Aikikai, Grandmaster Richard Hackworth, International director for The Korean Martial Arts Instructors Association and founder of Haemukwan Hapkido, and Master Darren Norris 2nd Dan Aikido and 4th Dan Hapkido, USA east coast representative for the K.M.A.I.A. Cost: $70.00 per person A few of the topics to be covered are empty hand techniques, ground techniques and defenses, bokken (sword), jo (short staff), Hapkido cane and much more. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see and practice the techniques and principles of both Aikido and Hapkido, as taught by world-class instructors, in a truly welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Please call or e-mail for information on directions and class schedules. 828-388-0635 / nmtmach@bellsouth.net

Olando Rivera “The Warrior” Every so often an athlete comes along who redefines the sort – taking it to an entirely new level. In Basketball it’s Michael Jordon, in Baseball it’s Sammy Sosa, and in Kickboxing it’s Olando Rivera. Olando Rivera began his career at the tender age of 9 in Brooklyn New Your where he began training in Tae Kwon Do. Olando has obtained his black belt in Tae Kwon Do and a fifth degree black belt in the Japanese style Shindo Ryu Karate. Since then, he has never looked back on his way to the top of the kickboxing and boxing circuits. Nicknamed “The Warrior”, Rivera has dominated the world super-light heavy weight class. Olando “The Warrior” Rivera is the five-time world champion super light heavy weight kickboxing holding titles in the ISKA (International Sports Karate Association), KICK (Karate International Council of Kickboxing), WWKA (Worldwide Karate Association), P.F.K. and WMMA. Rivera unified his weight division for the first time in kickboxing history. His extensive professional career hosts an impressive record of 32-3-1. Rivera had become a force to be reckoned with all over the world defeating the light heavy weight champions from both China and Brazil. Rivera then expanded his kickboxing success into the professional boxing ring and now hold an equally astounding boxing record of 15-3-2 (8 by KO). He has held the WBC Latin American title and the IBC American title. At the age of 35, he was the youngest person ever inducted into the World Karate Union Hall of Fame. Now 5 Hall of Fame inductions later with over 30 years of martial arts training and fitness instruction Olando developed his hybrid style cardio Warrior Training Camp. Rivera began motivation people outside the ring as a celebrity personal fitness trainer – training stars of the big screen, music and television. Rivera trained another World’s Tom Eplin and Sandra Ferguson. In addition, he’s trained Silver Screen Star Wesley Snipes, R&B sensation Calvin Richardson, and World Champion WCW’s Evan Karagias, among many others. Now Rivera has brought his well sought after talents to Florida where he successfully runs his Warrior Training Camp in Tampa. Olando Rivera is happily married to his wife Deena and the family resides in Wesley Chapel, Florida. Olando is a devoted father of four children: Victoria, Olando Jr., Anthony, and Anjelina. The older kids are both skilled in martial arts and the sport of kickboxing. Both Olando and Deena are dedicated advocates of Autism Awareness, a condition that their youngest son Anthony was diagnosed with in 2001. Rivera is not only one of the greatest kick boxers in the world, but also one of the most sought after instructors and motivators. He is truly the definition of superstar – in the ring and out. Visit: www.olandorivera.com .

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Three Keys to a Successful Acting Career By: Richard Hackworth If you want to be an action movie star and develop an acting career you must take action. If the glamorous parties and the invites are not enough enticements, just look at how much each of the Hollywood hotties are earning every time they have a movie. Some star's annual income can actually feed a state and maybe even a nation. But becoming one is not as easy as it looks. Some people feel that you only have to have the "look" in order to break into the action movie industry but sometimes, this is not true. In fact, there are a lot of really classic beauties out there who have not made a name for themselves and have only remained as supporting actresses. The same goes with pretty boy actors who have to contend with two-bit roles. Do you remember Jean Claude Van Damme's first movie role? It was as a back up dancer in a little known move called "Break Dancing 2 Electric Boogaloo". Everyone starts at the bottom. Even in the block buster Hollywood movie scene there are actresses who do not have the classically-accepted features but have become instant stars like Reese Witherspoon and Angelina Jolie. Comedy actors Jim Carrey and Ben Stillers are not actually classically handsome but their bank-ability in the box office makes them handsome. SO what's the secret to having a great acting career? How do you develop one and how do you break into the action movie star scene? 1. Media Exposure Nobody will know you if you are constantly hiding behind the scenes. If you want to be an actor or an actress, you have to go out there and make sure that you get people's attention. As much as you can, star in as many quality projects as you can. Even if the role is not so long and the dialogue is not that much, at least you are there in the film. Some movie stars have started with doing films that are low budgeted. If you are lucky, the movie will become critically-acclaimed and will become your ticket to stardom. This is also why you should choose your roles and movies well. Becoming part of an art film with a great script beats being constantly on camera in lackluster movies. Others have started their movie career in independent films that become cult-classics. One martial arts star told

me how he went into an audition with several weapons and just started running through his best weapons forms without stopping until he was done. He said: "Seeing me in action was going to give them a better impression of what I could do than and interview style audition.“ 2. If at First You Don't Succeed Try, Try and Try Again. A lot of the Hollywood greats right now have themselves suffered from rejection. Before they were stars, they also had to go through casting calls, which necessitated them to endure all the nitpicking of directors and casting manager. The secret is to try and try until you find the role that will fit your personality, the role that will launch you to stardom. After all, nobody became famous in an instant. All had to go through the same route. 3. Eat Right and Exercise Daily to Take Care of Your Appearance. Vain or not, appearance is pretty important to a movie star. This is one area where you will need to work on especially if you want to stand out in the crowd. This does not however refer only to the beauty of your features. When you say appearance, it represents your overall look especially when attending functions and events where photographers are everywhere. If you have the budget, hire a good stylist who can tell you what you can and cannot wear. This is a good way to catch people's attention. Lindsay Lohan became a fashion trendsetter first before she really rose to stardom. Developing an acting career is not easy but it is worth it. All you need to do is persevere, try and work on what you've got. After all, each one of us is already a star on our own rights.

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mae magazine vol 1  

The #1 Martial Arts Entertainment Magazine and Media Resource in the United States and around the Globe.

mae magazine vol 1  

The #1 Martial Arts Entertainment Magazine and Media Resource in the United States and around the Globe.