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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 wooden sword used for training, especially in aikido and MuGai Ryu.
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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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Western martial art of punching, based around the competitive combat sport of boxing.
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Grappling art derived from judo, focusing on forcing the opponent to submit using jointlocks and chokes.
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a Brazilian martial art mostly known for its acrobatic movements and musical accompaniment.
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Anything relating to children (17 years old or younger) training in martial arts.
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on top of the other, such that the bottom person has their legs wrapped around the torso of the top person.
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Tournaments and other uncooperative practices.
Cross-training helps a martial artist to improve overall by training to an art or sport other than the one that practices.
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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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Martial arts training implements: uniforms, things to hit, things to hit with, "boffer" and other less-dangerous practice weapons, protective gear, matting and more.