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Karate and the benefits it brings to children

1. Children will become more active Obesity is an alarming situation in countries around the world, and people are more aware of health than ever. Often, unhealthy habits and lifestyles start in childhood, and by having children practice karate, they will always be active in important years and can determine if they will fit. how…

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Two biggest reasons you should choose to practice Taekwondo

Taekwondo often ranks among the top selected martial arts when surveying about the most suitable martial arts for beginners. TAEKWONDO TO MAKE THE MOST BIGGEST FLOOD IN HUMAN BODY You can see Taekwondo practitioners horizontal – vertical with the opening angle of two femora up to 180 degrees. You can also see them kicking nearly…

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Top 10 popular martial arts in the world (part 3)

JUDO Judo is a famous Japanese martial art founded by Kano Jigoro (martial arts master and professor) in 1882 based on the traditional martial art of Jūjitsu (Art). Japan. Judo is a sport that is more sporty than violence. This martial art does not use weapons, but attacks mainly the neck and clenches the arms,…

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Top 10 popular martial arts in the world (Part 2)

Let’s check out three more types of martial arts in the list of top 10 most popular martial arts in the world. 4. KICK-BOXING Do you always think that martial arts are only for men with dangerous attacks, violent blows or melancholy punches? In fact, that is only partly true. Kick Boxing is actually a…

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Top 10 popular martial arts in the world (Part 1)
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Top 10 popular martial arts in the world (Part 1)

1. AIKIDO Aikido, actually a martial art from Japan, was founded by the founder Morihei Ueshiba. In terms of physical purity, Aikido is a martial art consisting of extremely sharp knocks and knuckles. In fact, Aikido does not focus much on enemy attacks, but mainly uses the opponent’s forces to counter them or throw them…

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How is Aikido different from other martial arts?
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How is Aikido different from other martial arts?

Aikido is a martial art that originated from Japan and is being practiced by a lot of young Asian learners. What is aikido? Aikido, or qigong, is a martial art that originated in Japan. Aikido was founded by Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969) at the beginning of the 20th century. In terms of physics, Aikido is a…

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Qualities needed to practice Taekwondo

Taekwondo is a type of martial arts that requires many elements: fast, powerful, durable, flexible and skillful. Below are some qualities you need to practice taekwondo Quality of strength Strength is the ability to overcome external antagonism or resist it by muscle effort. Muscles produce mechanical forces of different values, so the muscle’s mode of…

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Unbelievable cases in the martial arts world

One by one fight 100 people In the martial arts film Bloodsport – the audience saw the scene of Jean Claude Van Damme dealing with each opponent in an underground martial arts competition and eventually won. That is the story on the movie. And it should be said that the fight on this film takes…

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The “myths” but true in the martial arts world

Recently, in some Asian countries, there are challenges and controversies surrounding the “superhuman” ability of some martial arts people. It can be said that the mysteries and even the myths of the martial arts world have been popular for thousands of years and are “raised to new heights” when martial arts are exploited by cinema….

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History of Karate martial arts
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History of Karate martial arts

Karate has its origins in the Okinawa Islands, Japan. This kind of martial arts is heavily influenced by traditional Chinese martial arts, commonly referred to as Kung Fu. The history of Karate Okinawa originated in the late 17th century when the ban on weapons was issued by samurai authorities. The unknown history The exact development…

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