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  2015-11-22  9 Likes

Written By : Martial Arts

Taekwondo is one of the most widely practiced martial arts in the world. Over 30 million people practice Taekwondo in more than 156 countries. It is one of two martial arts represented at the Olympics (judo is the other one).

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  2015-11-22  6 Likes

Written By : Martial Arts

With its flowing, circular movements and philosophy of non-resistance, Hapkido bears striking resemblance to the Japanese martial art of Aikido. In fact, hap means "harmony," or "joining;" ki describes internal energy, strength, or power; and do means "way" or "art.”....

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  2015-11-22  5 Likes

Written By : Martial Arts Marketing Network!

This martial art, developed by Morihei Ueshiba of Japan, is a synthesis of the founder’s martial arts studies, philosophy and religious beliefs. It is designed to be an art that can be used as self-defense that does not inflict injury....

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  2015-11-22  9 Likes

Written By : Martial Arts Marketing Network

The development of martial arts in Japan was marked by some distinctive traits, namely, the influence of the samurai warrior tradition and the geography of Japan itself.   Both the samurai warrior structure and the caste system restricted the use of weapons....

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