Hapkido is a Korean martial arts similar to Japanese aikido, because the appearance of this martial art was greatly influenced by the technique underlying aikido, Aiki-jujutsu. Also it included elements of tansudo, taekwondo.
Martial Arts Description
In Hapkido, both defense techniques against attackers, be it one or more opponents, and enemy attack techniques are developed. The energy that the enemy gives into the attack does not stop, but simply redirects in the direction necessary for the fighter, followed by a counterattack. Continue reading
Escrima De Campo JDC-IO is a Filipino martial art belonging to the style of escrim with a long battle distance. The acronym JDC-IO consists of the first letters of the name of the founder of martial arts, Jose D. Caballero and his first student, Irineo Olavides. The first name of the school was De Campo Uno-Dos-Tres Orihinal. Then the students called the school Eskrima de Campo JDC-IO for the services of Eric Olavides, who improved the GM Caballero system.
Long distance gear
This style mainly applies long distance. Masters of style consider it most right to build a duel over a long distance, if you use a stick. At close range and in a clinch, it is more useful to use a knife, fists, head hits, etc. In Continue reading
Taijutsu is a Japanese melee system without the use of weapons, as well as the art of maintaining a healthy body.
Taijutsu consists of almost all the techniques used: limbs, twists, throws, chokes, etc., this art embodies the traditions of the millennium-long development of the special art of the shadow warrior. This art considers the main goal to develop consciousness, the spirit of a fighter through the comprehension of military equipment and special mental practices.
During the fight of high-level masters, the smallest movement can decide the fight, give the strongest victory in the hands. If the technique is nearly perfect, one minimal inaccuracy of movement sometimes determines life or death. Taijutsu is a “body technique”; no weapons are used in this style. Continue reading
Taijiquan – literally means “fist of the Great Reach.” This is the internal martial art of China, which is considered a type of Wushu. This martial art is very popular as a gymnastics for healing, however, the component “chuan” (fist) suggests that Taijiquan, after all, is a martial art.
The emergence of martial arts
Two opposing theories about the origin of Taijiquan are known. The first, official theory, suggests that this martial art began to exist and continued to develop within the same family – Chen, who since the 14th century has been constantly living in the village of Chenjiagou, Henan province in northern China. This art of combat, according to the same legend, was founded in the 17th century by a man named Chen Wanting, who began to transmit the tradition from generation to generation. Continue reading
Tansudo is Korea’s martial arts, which is based on strict discipline and the practice of various forms of self-defense. Tangsudo founder Hwang Kietogo said that he created the tansudo during his life in Manchuria in the 1930s. He created his martial art on the basis of ancient texts about subak – the old military art of Korea. Tansudo was influenced by karate and Chinese Wushu schools. In many ways, tansudo is similar to karate and taekwondo, but it is practically not used in sports.
Tangsudo is a lot like taekwondo, but this martial art is based on more traditional principles.
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