8 most popular martial arts in the world (Part 1)

Wing Chun, Boxing, Karate are popular martial arts and are world famous.

8 to speak in the world 1 Kick-boxing is a martial art developed from Thai boxing, boxing and karate. If classic boxing uses only punches, kick-boxing combines punches and kicks. At present, this martial art is popular with young people not only for self-defense and fighting but also for health training. In this subject, boxers fight much more freely than boxing. The process of moving with your feet, observing and punching your hands with kick-boxing creates the maximum movement for all muscles. It is both exercise and observation that helps the practitioner train more about agility – a big difference compared to the bodybuilding or running track.

Kick-boxing is a martial art developed from boxing, boxing and karate. If classic boxing uses only punches, kick-boxing combines punches and kicks. At present, this martial art is popular with young people not only for self-defense and fighting but also for health training. In this subject, boxers fight much more freely than boxing. The process of moving with your feet, observing and punching your hands with kick-boxing creates the maximum movement for all muscles. It is both exercise and observation that helps the practitioner train more about agility – a big difference compared to the bodybuilding or running track.

Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art created by Ueshiba Morihei (1883-1969) on the basis of traditional Japanese martial arts such as Jutsu (Jujitsu), Sword Art (Kenjutsu), and Martial Arts. (Sojutsu). In Aikido, like all other Japanese martial arts, there is both physical training and mental training. The physical training in Aikido is plentiful, including both physical training and general experience, as well as special techniques. Because an important part of practicing Aikido always involves throwing an opponent, the first thing students need to learn is how to fall or roll safely. Special fighting techniques include hitting and grasping; Defensive techniques include throwing and locking. After completing the basic techniques, the disciple begins to defend freely against many opponents, and in most cases anti-weapon techniques.

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(1883-1969) on the basis of traditional Japanese martial arts such as Jutsu (Jujitsu), Sword Art (Kenjutsu), and Martial Arts. (Sojutsu). In Aikido, like all other Japanese martial arts, there is both physical training and mental training. The physical training in Aikido is plentiful, including both physical training and general experience, as well as special techniques. Because an important part of practicing Aikido always involves throwing an opponent, the first thing students need to learn is how to fall or roll safely. Special fighting techniques include hitting and grasping; Defensive techniques include throwing and locking. After completing the basic techniques, the disciple begins to defend freely against many opponents, and in most cases anti-weapon techniques.

Author: Charlene Matthews