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…

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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),…

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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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Boxing is a type of martial arts where athletes use fist punches with the help of special gloves. The game has a referee who controls the fight. The fight lasts 3-12 rounds. The winner of the athlete can be considered when the opponent is knocked down and is not able to independently rise within 10 seconds, which is called a knockout, or if the opponent received an injury due to which he cannot continue the fight, which is called technical knockout. If after a certain number of rounds the fight has not stopped, then the winner is determined by the judges.

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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 contains throws, steps, grabs, strangulations, as well as elbow, fists, head, feet and knees. There are three main types of bando: soft, medium, hard. Among aristocrats, “medium” and “soft” bando are very popular. The “soft” bando is practiced with an imaginary adversary according to a battle plan prepared in advance. In the case of the presence of an adversary, a “soft” bando means conducting a battle without contacting the adversary at all or in part. At its core, a soft bando is a formal exercise and resembles kata in karate.

The “average” bando is often practiced in the army. During the “middle” bando, contact of opponents is practiced for three minutes. This kind of bando is similar to sparring in karate, only in this case the fight does not stop if a point is counted if successful. In addition, the final decision is made only after the expiration of the full time allotted for the fight.

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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 the palms of the hands and movement in a circle. This style of martial art began its development from 1820 to 1850 during the reign of the Qing Dynasty, under the motto “Daoguan”. This style, known today, was founded by Dong Haichuan from Hebei Province, Wenan County. Dong developed a style technique based on local Wushu techniques. It is important to note that in the 30s of the 20th century in Tianjin, several students were writing stories that Dong Hai Chuan had learned this martial art from his Taoist mentor named Bi Chengxia from Anhui province in the mountains of Continue reading

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