[post_page_title]Aikido, a way of life[/post_page_title]
Being an aikido instructor is more than just teaching martial arts and passing your talent and moves to others. It’s really about adapting a spiritual life. Taking his Steven Seagal’s life under the spotlight, it’s hard to see that spirituality, but back in the days, martial arts was everything for the young artist.
Unlike his fellow action film actors, Bruce Lee, Jean-Claude Van Damme or even Chuck Norris, who mainly practiced offense, Seagal’s aikido style focused on defense, self-control and respect.
[post_page_title]A spinning success[/post_page_title]
When Steven Seagal met Michael Ovitz, a famous talent age in Hollywood, he didn’t that this would be the man who would pave the way to his success. Seagal co-wrote and starred in the 1988 movie that got him his first big break, Above the Law.
Ever since he starred in the action film which jump started his career, Seagal has been part of more than 40 films with a career which now spans nearly 30 years. His movies earned more than $2 billion in the box office.
Staying fit is certainly a commitment. Besides doing the physical training, there are some other factors to consider, like nutrition