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    Trying Martial Arts

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    Trying Martial Arts Martial Arts are not a good thing to know. It gives you a false sense of superiority. Which makes you more aggressive than you would be normally would be. With this aggression you would most likely go out and start fights. You would always be mad and want to hurt something. Martial Arts are not a good thing to know. On the contrary, in martial arts you are taught to control your anger. You are taught not to let your feelings interfere with your skills. Martial arts encourage violence

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    Martial Arts

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    Martial Arts When you think of martial arts, what comes to mind? The slow, calm movements of Tai-Chi Chuan or maybe the faster, hard movements of Karate or Tae Kwon Do. No matter what you think of it always contains practiced movements of the body and a lot of concentration. These two elements combined with spirit and patience is basically what martial arts consists of. Martial arts is so great because it strengthens each of these aspects of body and mind to make a beautiful display of movement

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    Martial Arts

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    Martial Arts I am a martial artist. When I first started, I might have said I take karate. Here in America, both of those statements are technically true. We tend to generalize all martial arts as “karate.” In reality, only some of what we see is actually karate. The word karate is Japanese, as is the style, and it means “the way of the empty hand.” It was created in the 15th century by Okinawan peasants who were not allowed to have weapons by royal decree. Thus they developed ways of protecting

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    Mixed Martial Arts

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    Mixed Martial Arts First off mixed martial arts is what it sounds like. It is a session between two opponents who have trained or cross trained in martial arts. Although mixed martial arts in not a mainstream sport, there is no reason why it should be banned in any state here in the United States. Like most, if not all sports, there are rules that one most abide by , the fights are sanctioned, so rules must apply. There are regulations and weight classes much like other sports. Mixed martial

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    Flexibility in Martial Arts

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    Flexibility in Martial Arts Physical fitness training or 'training' can improve many points of our body and improve health, which of course improves our daily lives. If we do not take care of ourselves our health and daily lives will suffer. It is from this position that it is imperative to do something about physical fitness training. This is where 'training' is used; it can improve us physically and as a result may improve us mentally, providing the circumstances allow it, thus having

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    Martial Arts

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    One of the oldest known martial arts is kalaripayattu, its country of origin is India and was documented by a historian in the 11th or 12th century. folklore ascribes its creation to the hindu gods. It was practiced by many warrior clans of Kerala to defend the state of the king in the 11th or 12th century. Mappila Muslims adopted and practiced Kalaripayattu az their own. aint Thomas Christians also practiced Kalaripayattu and most Christian

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    Japanese Martial Arts

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    Japanese Martial Arts In Japan, especially during the earlier periods of Japanese history such as the Tokugawa, physical adeptness was much revered and valued. This was mainly because of the fact that these strengths were the basis on which much of the population depended upon for survival during these fairly turbulent periods. Throughout time, Japan has been a very organized and scrupulous society, and even its style of physical combat has been sorted into specific categories according to what

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    Martial Arts Benefits

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    Ways Martial Arts can be Beneficial for All Ages Individuals that choose to join Martial Arts can help relieve stress while at the same time help other individuals choose their actions and life choices cautiously. Martial Arts can help any type of individuals hopefully only good but bad as well in critical situations that unfortunately happens at uncalled wrong or right times. For instance, many individuals join martial arts due to bullying or wanting to learn how to defend and attack against enemies

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    Martial arts in the U.S. Militray

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    Martial Arts has been around for thousands of years now. It is used to teach a countries army how to fight. Each country has their own way of training their soldiers, and therefore different martial arts. The United States also uses martial arts in their military training. Unlike other countries that have one set art for fighting, the U.S. uses a multiple variety of martial arts from different countries. Therefore the U.S. also uses a wide variety of training methods. The history of how the

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    There were other competitors at the tournament, but they had never posed any threat to my title. For as long as I had competed in this tournament, I had easily taken the black belt championship in my division. John, however, was the most phenomenal martial artist I had ever had the honor of witnessing at my young age of thirteen. And he was in my division. Although he was the same rank, age, size, and weight as I, he surpassed me in almost every aspect of our training. His feet were lightning, and his

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