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Gravity Forms: Auto-scroll to form on page after confirmation

If you have your form at the bottom of a page and noticed that when you submit the form you don't see your confirmation message right away, it's not your fault. Gravity Forms is meant to be very flexible to any type of user/developer, however not all of the bells and whistles are turned on […]
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What Art Hard Style and Soft Style Martial Arts?

Sometimes one would see references to ‘hard’ style and ‘soft’ style martial arts. To many non-martial artists, these terms may be puzzling. In North America, these terms are used to classify martial art styles into two main categories. Japanese/Okinawan karate and Korean tae kwon do are generally referred to as hard styles. Movements in both […]
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Gravity Form Error - Scroll to Top of Form after Submit

Filling out forms are the worst. Especially if you have to fill it out cause you have a complaint or if it is mandatory for work. You start tabbing through the form filling out only the necessities just so you can get to the end and submit it. And when you think you are finally […]
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Kettlebells, Martial Arts Flexibility And Russian Training Techniques

Russian martial arts flexibility and strength training techniques such as kettlebells have been available to Western Special Forces for many years from Russian masters of martial arts. Russian territory reaches from the west through middle Asia to China, and they have the benefit of the best of self defence and aggressive techniques from all of […]
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Escrima — The Filipino Martial Art

Escrima is a popular Filipino martial art dating back to the 1500s, during the colonization of the Philippine Islands by the Spanish. Escrima is a very simplified but practical form of combat technique originally designed as a self-defense tool. Escrima is also known by many other names such as Eskrima, Arnis, Arnis de Mano, Kali […]
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Flexibility And Strength In Martial Arts

Flexibility is the range of movement that you have in your joints. Some say that this definition should only apply if there is no exterior help to move the joint, but this is not correct. If your joints have a greater degree of movement when aided by an external force, then that degree of movement […]
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