Used Taekwondo Sparring Equipment - Upgrade your sparring
"protection" by looking for lightly used advanced Taekwondo
sparring gear (i.e. made with dense foam versus the cheap old
"cloth" protectors issued to many beginners).
- Used Punching/Kicking Bags & Dummies - Why spend
hundreds of dollars on a new kicking dummy when you can get
a lightly used kicking dummy for much less?
- Used Kicking Paddles - Kicking paddles
will help to improve your kicking speed and accuracy.
- Used Kicking Heavy Pads & Shields -
pads & shields are great training tools. Kick as hard as you
like. They help you to develop more powerful kicks.
- Used Re-Breakable Boards - These used re-breakable
plastic boards can help you to
save money when you are practicing your breaking techniques.
Much cheaper than using multiple wooden boards.
- Used Martial Arts Training &
Practice Mats - Practice at home with martial arts mats in
order to reduce potential "falling" injuries.
Used Taekwondo Uniforms - Many people
drop out so you can find some great bargains on Taekwondo
uniforms. Look for high-end & light weight uniforms (i.e.
Used Taekwondo Shoes
Used Taekwondo Belts
Used Taekwondo Books - These used Taekwondo books will help you to
improve your forms, self-defense, etc.
Used Taekwondo DVDs - Also consider used Taekwondo
in order to improve your sparring, forms and self-defense.
Martial Arts Training Equipment
- Used Martial Arts Gear Bags
- Used Martial Arts Stretching
Equipment - Stretching machines will
help you to achieve a perfect side or front split... or at least
a little better flexibility. :)
- Used Sports Camcorders - Use a sports video camcorder to
tape your child's belt test and/or to improve your martial arts
skills by recording your faults... and successes.
- Used Boxing Equipment -
Try some used boxing equipment if you want to work on your punching skills
(versus just your kicking techniques).
Sports Training Tools & Equipment
- Used Exercise
Equipment - By using exercise equipment at home, you
can increase your
martial arts strength, speed and endurance. Surprise your fellow
martial arts students with your new power!
Sports Apparel - Sports &
to wear under your martial arts uniform, Dobuk, Gi, etc. They
will keep you cooler given their sweat "wicking" technology.
Martial Arts Books & DVDs
Used Martial Arts
Instructional DVDs - Martial arts
instructional DVDs can help you to improve your techniques or to add
skill from a different martial arts style (i.e. ground fighting).
For more used martial
arts DVDs & movies, please visit our
main used DVD page.
Used Martial Arts Movies & Martial Arts TV Show DVDs
These martial arts movie & TV show DVDs should bring back some
great martial arts memories!
Used Martial Arts Books - Learn a variety of different
martial arts techniques by reading martial arts books that focus
on other martial arts styles.
- Used Martial Arts eBooks
- You can also go high tech and read martial arts ebooks on Apple's iPad or
- Martial Arts Movie Stars
Bruce Lee DVDs
Jackie Chan DVDs
Tony Jaa DVDs
Jet Li DVDs
Chuck Norris DVDs
Steven Seagal DVDs
Jason Statham DVDs
Jean Claude Van Damme DVDs
- All-Time Best Martial Arts Movies & TV Shows
Enter the Dragon
- "Enter the Dragon" is probably one of the most popular
martial arts film ever made. Bruce Lee's best movie.
- In the movie "Billy Jack", a Hapkido expert
defends a hippie commune. I love the scene where he
says that he is going to kick someone's head and
there is nothing that they can do to stop him.
Kung Fu Panda
- "Kung Fu Panda" is a great movie for all young
martial artists. :)
Kung Fu TV Series
- If you are over 30, this is probably the TV show that most
influenced your love of the martial arts. The star of the
Kung Fu TV series was David Carradine.
- Everyone loves the spectacular "slow motion"
martial arts moves in "The Matrix". FYI - I wish
that I could just easily "download" martial arts
techniques like Neo. :) Unfortunately, I have to
sweat & practice like everyone else.
- "The Seven Samurai" is my favorite martial arts
movie. A poor village hires seven samurai to defend
them against hundreds of bandits. The American
cowboy movie "The Magnificent Seven" with Yul
Brenner was based on this Japanese movie.