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a Chinese martial art and Kung Fu style that specialises in close-range combat.
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an eclectic Korean martial art that is oriented toward self defense.
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Gi or dogi refers to a martial arts uniform.
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MMA stands for Mixed Martial Arts, a form of competition where practitioners of any style of martial arts can test themselves with minimal restrictions against practitioners of any other art. People s…
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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.
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a position that is designed to create greater stability or to improve movement.
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The application of kinetic energy to an opponent via percussive impact with an intent to injure or incapacitate.
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a Brazilian martial art mostly known for its acrobatic movements and musical accompaniment.
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A specific set of skills of or related to the acts of espionage, stealth, counter-intelligence, and assassination.
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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…
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Internal martial arts: taiji, xingyi, bagua.
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The customary code of polite behaviour in society or among members of a particular profession or group.
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a term that encompasses several different styles of Filipino martial arts. It emphasizes use of weapons such as sticks or knives, though it also uses bare-handed techniques.
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a long staff weapon used in Okinawa and feudal Japan. Bō are typically around 1.8 m (5.9 ft) long and are now used in Japanese martial arts, in particular bōjutsu.
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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.
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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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