Judo
Judo is a fairly new Japanese martial art, created at the end of the 19th century. Gradually, his philosophy and the methods used became known to people around the world.…

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Taekwondo
Taekwondo is a martial art that came to us from Korea. There are several types of taekwondo. The most common in the world is the WTF sports taekwondo, a little…

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Hapkido
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…

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Taekkyon

Taekkyon as well as taekwondo is a traditional form of martial art in Korea. In taekkyon techniques, various movements of the legs and arms are often used, which are more reminiscent of a smooth dance. Taekkyon is a martial art where any punches are forbidden; instead, punches with open hands are used. This type of struggle is more focused on defense than attack. The main task of taekyon is to defeat the opponent using misses and miscalculations of the opponent’s actions, forcing him to retreat or fall to the ground.

The Korean form of taekkyon martial art is often compared with the technique of fighting in taekwondo or the well-known Chinese martial art of kung fu, but despite this, taekkyon has many features and differences. So, despite the presence of an element of mutual bow before the start of a fight in taekwondo, all movements should be jerky and sharp, while in taekken all movements should be smoother. Slow movements are characteristic of the kung fu Continue reading

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 component of the culture of Asian peoples with ancient history. This martial art is also known in Europe, it attracts women because it instills a will to self-defense, as well as a sense of beauty.

Penchak silat is most accurately translated as “the combat use of body position changes, used for self-defense.” This martial art contains centuries-old achievements of martial arts in many countries of Southeast Asia. Penkak Silat was originally created as a kind of combat with weapons. This combat system consists of many positions and movements, constantly changing during the battle. Continue reading

Nippon Kempo or Nihon Kempo

Nippon Kempo or Nihon Kempo is a kind of Japanese martial art that uses special protection to God, consisting of a helmet on his head (man), gloves (kuroba), protection on his chest (before) and a shell on his groin. Campo Nippon members compete in full contact form. This kind of Kempo was created thanks to the Japanese martial artist, Muneomi Savayama, who used kicks and arms (atemi-waza), throws (nage-waza), blocks (uke-waza), wrestling in the ground, painful techniques and retention. Here, it is allowed to use the technique of other types of kempo, such as wrestling, aikido, jujutsu, karate, judo. Since all fights are in the form of full contact using appropriate protective ammunition, the technique of fighting nippon kempo during a fight can be quite diverse. It is this feature that nippon kempo differs significantly from other, highly specialized types of kempo. During the fight, it is allowed to use elbows and knees. Such Japanese martial arts are mainly engaged in student youth in most universities in Japan. Nippon kempo also give preference during training of police forces. Today, this type of Japanese martial art is also known in some countries of Europe. The rules of the nippon kempo fighting technique became the basis of the sekai no kempo fights, as well as the famous Mr. Strong Sekai fights. Therefore, kippo nippon can be called the first type of mixed and interstyle kempo type, in the fights of which both athletes percussionists and wrestlers can Continue reading

Pekiti-tirsia Kali
Pekiti-tirsia Kali is an ancient martial art of the Philippines. “Kali” in the name of martial arts denotes its relationship to the ancient arts of Kali. Pekiti-tirsia is primarily the…

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Bando
Bando is a martial art from Myanmar, the state of Burma, in which fighting with bare hands is practiced. Bando is considered a milder type of fistfight. The bando technique…

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Xingyiquan
Xingyiquan is one of the styles of Chinese martial arts. The translation of the name sounds like "a fist of form (movement) and intention." The title of martial art contains…

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Fencing
Fencing is a system of possession of hand cold steel, used during hand-to-hand combat, based on the developed technique of striking and repelling blows. In addition, this is the battle…

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