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A Filipino martial art centered around weapons. Weapons include stick, knife, and sword. Empty-handed techniques are considered an extension of armed techniques.
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Training or competition without a gi
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Bagua zhang (八卦掌), literally "eight trigram palm", is normally classified as one of the Chinese internal martial arts. It combines striking and throwing techniques and is distinctive for its circle wa…
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For use of short sticks as weapons
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The ability to detect or perceive environmental changes and potential dangers.
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Ancient Japanese Warriors, who had their own social class. Famous for using katanas, but also used bows and spears.
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Kalaripayattu (pronunciation: [kɐɭɐripɐjɐtːɨ̆]) is an Indian martial art which originated in the state of Kerala.
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Striking with a closed fist
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Bujinkan Budō Taijutsu is a Japanese combat system often associated with ninjutsu, although its teachings, promulgated by founder Masaaki Hatsumi, are also drawn from Samurai instruction. The style is…
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For questions about bullying, defined as 'using superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something'.
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Voluntary or involuntary action in response to another's action
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Refers to straight swords of a certain length, meant to be wielded primarily with two hands. Can be used for for Historic European or Historic Chinese fencing.
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About how put your opponent to the ground. Not a specific martial art.
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Prejudice, stereotyping, or discrimination, on the basis of sex within martial arts.
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Physical shields used as armor for blocking or attacking
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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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Relating to the legality of things. ⚠ This is NOT for legal advise.
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Demonstration of power by breaking targets such as wooden boards, bricks, or blocks
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A term that describes a student's progress in learning any disciple. Shu or "obedience" indicates the initial stage when the student follows forms strictly. "Ha" or "detachment" indicates the stage w…
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Tai chi grappling exercise.
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Filipino martial arts
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For questions about theory underlying martial arts principles and applications.
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