8 most popular martial arts in the world (Part 2)

Karate is a traditional martial art of Okinawa (Japan). Karate has a reputation for fighting art with signature attacks such as punches, kicks, elbows, knees, and open-handed techniques. Karate also has the techniques of punching, kicking, kicking, blocking, dodging, kicking and hitting. To strengthen the support, Karate uses hip rotation technique to focus energy throughout the body at the time of impact.

Wing Chun is a martial art originally from South Shaolin in Fujian Province, China. In addition to the minority, it is likely that the sect has a history of not less than 400 years, most of which affirmed the origin of Wing Chun from the Reflection of the Restoration of the Ming Dynasty about two centuries ago. The sect has been introduced to neighboring countries and the West in modern times. The success of Bruce Lee on screen in the 1970s helped broaden the sectarian image throughout the world, bringing Wing Chun from being only quietly taught in the clan to become one of the sects. Martial arts are the most popular and passionate practice, with millions of disciples and dozens of sects around the world.

Jiu Jitsu is a common term for many traditions of Japanese martial arts. It originated from the old samurai class in Japan, using his bare hands to defend himself and to resist armed and non-armed opponents. Because the samurai realized that the kicking method of other martial arts was not effective against opponents wearing armor, they invented a method of using falls, pressing, strangling, locking hands, locking feet, etc. to resist the enemy. These methods are generally based on the theory of using the opponent’s effort to control the opponent, instead of fighting directly. Jutsu has many different methods, so it has given rise to many different schools.

Judo is the most famous martial art derived from Nhu Jutsu. There are also other martial arts such as Aikido or other modern sects such as Brazilian Jutsu, etc. which are officially derived from Jutsu. This is also a martial art that is considered to be the sum of the essence of Eastern martial arts because it includes attacks such as objects, locks, pressing, punching, kicking, acupuncture points, hitting the details. However, due to its dangerous and brutal nature, today, this martial art is very little handed down.

Author: Charlene Matthews