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Martial Arts Guide: What to Look for in a School

Martial Arts Guide: What to Look for in a School

When choosing a school to send your child to, there is a level of research you are going to put into your decision in order to ensure that they are going to get the best level of education you can offer to them The same approach is taken when it comes to choosing a...
Exploring the Martial Arts: Karate

Exploring the Martial Arts: Karate

The origin of the term “karate” is from the Japanese word “kara,” which means “empty,” and “te,” which means “hand.” This form of martial arts is known for fighting without weapons.   Origins Although karate...
Exploring the Martial Arts: Taekwondo

Exploring the Martial Arts: Taekwondo

One of the most scientific and systematic forms of Korean martial arts is taekwondo, which emphasizes the importance of mind and body training. It has gained widespread recognition due to its global popularity and is regarded as one of the official Olympic Games...
Exploring the Martial Arts: Krav Maga

Exploring the Martial Arts: Krav Maga

The Israeli Defense Forces’ self-defense system, known as “Krav Maga,” is a no-holds-barred style of martial arts that uses natural movements to attack and counter-attack. Unlike other martial arts, it doesn’t utilize traditional fighting...
Exploring the Martial Arts: Judo

Exploring the Martial Arts: Judo

In Japan, a form of martial art known as judo was created in 1882, and it has since become an Olympic sport. This discipline combines elements of mental discipline and close combat. The origins of jujutsu, which greatly influences judo, can be traced back to sumo....