Kuresh is a traditional sports struggle of the Turkic peoples, which is carried out as a belt wrestling. Among the Bashkirs, Chuvashs, Tatars, Kuresh is an important component of national holidays – Sabantuy, Jien and Akatuy. This struggle is also in the register of national sports. The winner of the all-Russian competitions is awarded the title of master of sports.
The history of the Kuresh fight Competitions for this type of dispute were held on holidays, weddings, during large bids. This is an independent sport, as well as a method of physical fitness. Continue reading
Konten is a military equipment based on the approach and biomechanical analysis of tactics and techniques of different types of modern traditional martial arts (aikido, goju-ryu, taekwondo, xingyiquan, hapkido, baguazhan), sports (freestyle wrestling, judo, boxing) using cold steel (fencing, pole, stick, tonfa, eskrim) and hand-to-hand combat, which was developed by Yu. Yu. Senchukov.
Konten is a martial art in which a search is made for the laws of real combat, which is the same for all directions and styles. The fighter independently builds the fighting technology based on these patterns. Senchukov positions this type of martial art exclusively as an attacking technique, where the main task is to Continue reading
Karate – Japanese martial arts, which came to the country from the island of Okinawa, which, most likely, came from China with immigrants. Initially, the island was an independent state of Ryukyu, which in the 17th century was captured by Japanese invaders. It is believed that for the sake of guerrilla warfare, the inhabitants of the island created karate.
At the end of the 19th century, when Okinawa was just one of the prefectures of the Japanese Empire, during the selection of young men for military service, doctors noticed that the conscripts from this island who were engaged in local martial arts, were in great physical shape. This martial art was subsequently included in the school curriculum. Studying at a comprehensive school added the totality of popularity, but began to turn martial arts into military gymnastics.
In the 20th century, due to the economic downturn, many Okinawa residents moved to the main islands of Japan, bringing karate with them. But this martial art began to enjoy popularity only after the victory of a karate master over a Western boxer, which was then written in the press. The Japanese began to Continue reading