Different Kinds of Martial Arts Sydney CBD
Wednesday, December 9th, 2015
Martial Arts Sydney CBD is a full contact sport thus a codified systems and traditions of combat practices. Martial Arts Sydney CBD is practiced for variety of reasons such as self-defense, competition, physical health and fitness, entertainment and also mental, physical and spiritual development.
There are different kinds of Martial Arts Sydney CBD and sadly not all martial arts academy offer variety of martial arts classes. Lucky for you, DOS Taekwondo is a leading taekwondo club Martial Arts Sydney that offers variety of Martial Arts Sydney CBD that you can choose from and now, to help you choose, we are going to tell you the different types of martial arts that are well-known internationally.
Here are the Different Kinds of Martial Arts Sydney CBD
Karate means “empty hand” in Japanese. Karate is one of the most popular martial arts, originated centuries ago from the island of Okinawa. Karate did not actually reach the mainland Japan until the early 1900’s, then Master Gichin Funakoshi simplified the self-defense techniques and added a philosophical aspect of the art.
Tae Kwon Do
Taekwondo is a well-kown Korean Martial Art that means “The Way of the Hand and the Foot”. Taekwondo is more distinguished by its powerful kicks and hand strikes. Taekwondo is popular to both sexes and of many ages, and this is the same reason why taekwondo became popular worldwide. Taekwondo is also now an Olympic Sport.
Judo is defined as the “Gentle Way”. A modern martial art that originated from late 19th century Japan. This Martial Art was founded by Jigoro Kano. He initially practiced Jujutsu but was not able to find satisfaction so he developed a system with sweeps and throws which made the size and strength of the opponent irrelevant. Same as taekwondo, Judo is now practiced as an Olympic Sport.
Brazilian Jiu-Jutsu is popular to the world of Mixed Martial Arts. This martial art focuses on grappling and ground fighting techniques.
Kung Fu (Wushu)
Kung Fu means “the Skill or Ability to do Something”. Kung Fu is known as Chinese Martial Arts but that actually is the exact definition of “Wushu”. It is believed that a Buddhist Monk Bodhidarma created the art thousand of years ago to help the students concentrate during meditation. There are hundreds of styles of Kung Fu including Shaolin, Wing Chun and Tai Chi.
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