Baguazhan
Baguazhan is a Chinese martial art that consists of palm movements and circular movements. History of the appearance of style Baguazhan - Chinese martial art, which consists of movements with…

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Capoeira
Capoeira is a national Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, play and acrobatics, accompanied by national Brazilian music. Capoeira differs from all other martial arts in the use…

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Yi Quan
Yi Quan is one of China's martial arts, which is also well known as the "fist of the mind"; essentially similar to Yiquan is Dacheng Quan. Origin Qi Yuan, the…

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What is a martial arts path?

In short, the Martial Arts Path is the process of turning an ordinary person into a warrior. And as Carlos Castaneda put it, “to become a warrior means to consciously develop a set of specific qualities and behavior corresponding to these qualities”. Mae Oyama said essentially the same thing, but in other words: “the path of martial arts comes down to finding the true meaning of life through military practice.”

The problem of the Path of martial arts is pretty confused by the fact that, discussing it, most often they talk about something else. For example, they begin to talk about the principles of “yin-yang”, about the five primitives and eight trigrams, or they quote Christian Fathers and Teachers of the Church. Both do not make Continue reading

Wushu (Kung Fu)

Today it’s hard to find someone who has not heard at least once about what Wushu or Kung Fu are. Most people who heard this word immediately recall the famous action movies with nimble and invincible Chinese actors. But it turns out kung fu is not only a great art of combat.

If we literally translate the hieroglyphics from which the word “kung fu” is composed, then we get the following: “kung” is work, and “fu” is time. You can understand it this way – “work on yourself.” And this, first of all, tells us that Wushu (kung fu) is a whole way of life that has its own philosophy. It can also be understood as the ability to work on one’s personality, while being perfected endlessly and bringing any movement, feelings and thoughts to the highest degree of mastery.

Kung fu (in Chinese correctly sounds like gongfu) – is a synonym for the word “skill”, while it may be completely Continue reading

Jiu-Jitsu

Jiu-Jitsu is the name of a series of Japanese martial arts that includes techniques for working with and without weapons. Jiu-Jitsu is the art of hand-to-hand combat, which is based on the principle of “soft” and “supple” movement techniques.

Jiu-Jitsu is one of the most ancient forms of Japanese wrestling. The basic rule of jiu-jitsu is “do not go into direct confrontation to win,” it teaches you to give in to the enemy’s onslaught, not to resist and direct his actions in the right direction until he is trapped and turns his own strength into actions against himself. The principle of this rule arose in connection with the legend of the doctor Sirobei Akayama. Once he noticed that the branches of large trees broke in a storm, and the willow branches yielded to force, but then they rose and survived. He was inspired by this observation, and later, the doctor founded the first school of ju-jutsu, calling it “Yoshin-ryu,” which means “willow school.” Continue reading

Sambo
The history of martial arts Self-defense Without Weapons, better known to everyone as sambo, dates back to the 1920s and is the product of the combination of the three systems.…

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Penchak Silat
Penchak Silat is a martial art, widespread in the countries of Southeast Asia. It includes two main sections - unarmed battles and battles with weapons. Penchak Silat is also a…

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Capoeira
Capoeira is a national Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, play and acrobatics, accompanied by national Brazilian music. Capoeira differs from all other martial arts in the use…

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