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The practice of martial arts. How, what, where, when, why.
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A Korean martial art, whose name literally translates to 'the way of the hand and foot'. It emphasizes kicks thrown from a mobile stance, employing the leg's greater reach and power (compared to the a…
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Grappling art derived from judo, focusing on forcing the opponent to submit using jointlocks and chokes.
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How to properly apply physical movements. Questions may also relate to classification of techniques.
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Japanese modern martial art, combat sport, and Olympic sport of throwing, pinning, choking, and locking; developed by *Kano Jigoro* in 1882.
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A collection of empty-handed martial arts originating in Okinawa, Japan.
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A Japanese martial art that focuses on using an enemy’s energy to gain control over them using natural movements, posture and breathing.
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a countermeasure that involves defending oneself, one's property or the well-being of another from harm.
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Western martial art of punching, based around the competitive combat sport of boxing.
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a martial art from Thailand using punches, kicks, elbows, and various clinching techniques.
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Testing of techniques through practice with a partner or against an opponent.
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Kung Fu (功夫: intense work/hard work), Kuoshu (national art) or Wushu (武术: art of war), is a group of fighting styles developed in China over centuries, inspired by chinese philosophies, religions, leg…
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About specific injury while training in your specific art. Treatment and what-might-happen are both off topic.
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Questions about self-defense using firearms, fist loads, knives, and other weapons, as well as ritual/historical and competitive practice with weapons, such as archery and with swords.
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Striking with the leg, including the knee or shin, or the foot, including the instep, toes, heel, ball, outside edge or "blade", inside edge, or any other part of the lower extremities. Arts that are …
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defined as a strike with a closed hand, making a fist. This tag should be used for questions related to striking techniques that are performed with a closed fist.
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Martial arts origins, lineage, intermingling, influences, and cultural contexts.
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How to effectively transmit the martial arts.
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How to hit with hands, feet, elbows and knees.
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Martial arts training implements: uniforms, things to hit, things to hit with, "boffer" and other less-dangerous practice weapons, protective gear, matting and more.
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Wrestling, throwing, pinning, choking, breaking limbs. Fighting by way of holds.
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An activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness.
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a sequence of movements traditionally used in the practice and performance of a martial art.
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How to practice martial arts for well-being, mental and physical fitness.
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Mixed martial arts permits both striking and grappling techniques, drawing from boxing, wrestling, Brazilian jiujitsu, muay thai, and several other styles. The term mixed martial arts was coined in 19…
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a martial art developed in the late 1930s by Imi Lichtenfeld and used by the Israeli Defense Forces. The name is Hebrew and translates roughly to 'hand-to-hand combat'. It focuses on real…
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Chinese internal martial art involving both striking and standing grappling.
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Minimizing or evaluating risk in the practice of martial arts. Includes inherently harmful techniques like strikes to the head, as well as potentially damaging techniques like chokes, and avoiding inj…
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Tournaments and other uncooperative practices.
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Choosing a martial art, tool, technique, teacher, or training partner.
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Strength training methods, historical and modern. (Strength is the ability to produce force.) Also includes questions about relevance of strength to various techniques and strategies.
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a Chinese martial art and Kung Fu style that specialises in close-range combat.
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