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There are obvious differences between males and females physically, and nowhere is this more apparent than in combat sports.
Men are typically larger, stronger and more aggressive. But what do these differences signify in a co-ed dojo?
MMA women are a mix of street smart determination and real fighting ability.
Womens MMA pro ranks are swelling by the day - their names and faces are all over the web and MMA media.
According to this 2005 study in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, men are, on average, both larger and stronger than women.
Although this can confer particular advantages athletically, karate is a different case.
You don’t hear much about assaults by women on women - or on men for that matter! A Karate woman may be smaller and lighter on average, yet she will be quicker and able to use her smaller frame to generate far more destructive power than a regular guy.
This is the first rule of female self defense and a lesson for all women... Seems the ‘little sisters’ of the MMA guys are no longer content to sit in the crowd.
Just when we were getting used to men pummeling each other in the brutal world of cage fighting along comes a new wave of female fighters - training hard, talking tough and ready to mix it with anyone.
Karate is now an extremely popular mainstream activity.
A typical kids Karate class will have as many girls as boys.