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a Chinese martial art and Kung Fu style that specialises in close-range combat.
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Gi or dogi refers to a martial arts uniform.
Also known as jujutsu, ju-jitsu, or Japanese jiu-jitsu, is a Japanese martial art and a method of close combat for defeating an armed and armored opponent in which one uses no weapon, or only a short …
A place for training in martial arts. This may be a hall, building, room, natural environment, or any established place for the practice of one or more martial arts.
a position that is designed to create greater stability or to improve movement.
A specific set of skills of or related to the acts of espionage, stealth, counter-intelligence, and assassination.
Japanese modern martial art and combat sport of swordsmanship, derived from traditional kenjutsu. Practitioners use bamboo or composite swords (shinai) and wear protective gear (bogu) in competition a…
a Brazilian martial art mostly known for its acrobatic movements and musical accompaniment.
self-defense. It teaches practitioners to block the strikes of opponents if needed and then disable them quickly with pinpoint strikes. Takedowns (usually with…
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The application of kinetic energy to an opponent via percussive impact with an intent to injure or incapacitate.
Ukemi (receiving body 受け身) also known as break falls are what uke (whoever receives the technique) does when nage (投げ thrower) or tori (取り, grabber) applies a technique.
Questions related to martial arts when treated as a sport, and the pursuant official rules and regulations.
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