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    Has anyone seen this series of documentaries with Jossette D. Normandeau. She does a geat job travelling th world and checking out different arts such as N\Muay Thai, Kalarippayat, Savate, Capoiera. For our American members these have been airing on FitTV.
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    I haven't seen it yet... and I've spent too much time in front of the TV lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Broad
    Has anyone seen this series of documentaries with Jossette D. Normandeau. She does a geat job travelling th world and checking out different arts such as N\Muay Thai, Kalarippayat, Savate, Capoiera. For our American members these have been airing on FitTV.
    I have seen Deadly Arts and it is a great show. Valuable information can be gained from watching. Jossette not only examines and participates in the martial art, she also goes further into the culture and history of the style of the martial art. I have recorded these episodes on Tivo and want to tranfer them to DVD or VHS. The show airs on FitTV at 10pm on Thursdays.
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    I have seen a bunch of them. Pretty good documentary.
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    Problem is, there's only about six shows (Karate, Savate, Kalaripayatt, Aikido, Capoeira, Muay Thai) and they keep re-running them.

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    There is another series called Go Warrior with Roland Osborne, he looks into Tae Kwon Do, Systema, Brazilian Ju Jitsu, and Aikido. The neat thing about these shows is he explores related arts at the same time.
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