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Armor Review – Floating Legs vs. Articulated Legs

By Daniel Krug | November 30, 2020

A recent purchase of Titanium Floating Leg Armor from Medieval Extreme caused me to take a hard look at …

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Armored Combat Techniques – Striking Power

By Daniel Krug | October 29, 2020

Being able to have a lot of striking power in armored combat is a necessary and vital skill to …

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Armored Combat Head Control – Wrestling For Buhurt

By Daniel Krug | October 28, 2020

Using head control in armored combat will help you keep a grip on your opponent and help with takedowns. …

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Get Stronger, Get Faster, Get Buhurt FIT

By Rich Hurst | October 27, 2020

Buhurt is the most physically demanding combat sport in the world. There I said it. I will wear that …

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Training For Armored Combat

By Josh Kearney | October 17, 2020

People coming in to join the Buhurt / Armored Combat community rarely have a strong background in fighting. Some do, but most do not. Because of this it is particularly important to have a curriculum to teach new folks how to fight. Being able to fight is the most important thing in a combat sport. Many of these skills are the same that knights of old would use.

Wrestling For Buhurt – The Underhook

By Daniel Krug | August 30, 2020

Achieving an underhook is relatively universal in wrestling, MMA, and Buhurt. Learn how to simply apply this move in …

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Wrestling for Buhurt – The Arm Drag

By Daniel Krug | August 27, 2020

In this article, we discuss armored combat fighting techniques specific to buhurt. We cover the basic arm drag and …

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How to Improve Agility for Buhurt

By Rich Hurst | August 25, 2020

Let’s face facts and slap the steak on the table, agility is agility and speed is speed. There I said it. Yes, I was that “guy”, who thought racing through an agility ladder as fast as I could, would make me more graceful. Turns out, it does not. It actually makes you less graceful.

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Where to buy Armor

By Daniel Krug | August 6, 2020

If you are wondering where to buy armor, you are not alone. There are lots of places to purchase …

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