- With the evolution of human race , he started learning and evolving techniques to save themselves from any external attack from another community or territory.
The following MARTIAL ART FORMS were never made within a night..but took a lot of years to evolve and get recognition and now students from all over the world are learning these art forms; some as passion ; some as a sport or career while some learn to apply them in their daily lives.
It’s one of the unarmed martial art forms from Japan which involves punching , kicking and blocking with counter strikes . It has two parts : Kata (movement performance) and Kumite (fights and bouts).
Judo is derived from Jujutsu created by professor Jigoro Kano in Japan . It’s also an unarmed martial art which involves basically making the opponent fall at back of his body .
It’s derived from Korean word :Tae meaning foot , Kwon meaning fist and DO meaning way of. So, this art form involves only use of foot and fists to make kicks in order to counter back.
It is a Japanese martial art which enables a non-weapon or a short weapon person to fight with an armoured opponent. It uses the techniques of joints , locks , kicks , throwing ,biting ,striking ,kicking etc to use the opponent’s energy against him .
It is a traditional martial art and a full contact Chinese sport developed after 1949 . It has two disciplines : Taolu , involving martial art forms patterns for which they have to be judged and Sanda , a modern fighting sport influenced by Chinese boxing.
Sumo is a Japanese wrestling sport where one Rikishi (wrestler) has to push another one out of a circular ring . Life of a wrestler is regulated by Japan Sumo Association where all aspects from meal to dressing is dictated by them.
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