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    The history of Korean martial arts originated in the prehistoric era. Primitive weapons made of wood and stone were used for hunting and fighting. Various forms of unique martial arts has since been d by Koreans in order to protect themselves and their territory from foreign invasions. The three main groups of martial arts are: Tribal martial arts (SahDoh MuSool), which was popular among ancient tribes, city states, and smaller kingdoms that formed the Korean Peninsula and part of what is now China. SahDoh Musool was later developed and made widespread by voluntary militias composed of common citizens who wished to defend their homes. Traditional athletic activities such as Taekkyon, Ssireum, and many techniques in the Olympic sport of TaeKwonDo originated from SahDoh MuSool. Buddhist martial arts (BoolKyo MuSool), which was developed mainly by both Buddhist monks, but with contributions from other martial artists as well. BoolKyo MuSool…

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    different techniques and forms. The earliest known form of Taekwondo originated from the Korean martial art Soobak which eventually became known as t’aekyon. In 1955, T’aekyon official became known as modern marital art of Taekwondo (“Taekwondo History”). Although Taekwondo is relatively a new sport in the eyes of Westerners, its origins date back to the early formation of Korea. Archeologist have discovered evidence in pillars, documents, and murals made from the 6th century that “…show…

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    establishing a working rhythm while performing labor to martial arts and military cadence. Often noted as one of Japan 's core reflections of traditional Japanese culture, Taiko has evolved from its traditional roots into a popular contemporary sport. This paper would explore the origins of Taiko drumming, its applications in various ritualistic practices, and how Taiko rhythms and movement have transmitted this information across generations. Attention will be paid to a wide range of Taiko…

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    purposes... This martial art consists of such fighting elements as the typical kicking, punching, elbows and also incorporates open hand techniques. The main focus is on deflecting an attack, which makes it a primarily self-defense art, as opposed to MMA. #4: Aikido This yet another Japanese fighting technique literally translates as "the harmonious spirit" and it is by far the most peaceful self-defense style of them all. That's no wonder, as the creator of this technique meant to let people…

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    This picture shows the martial art from of Thailand is Muay Thai. The art of Muay Thai, I mean posture of integration, using feet, knees, and elbows to offense or get in fight. Muay Thai is used skillfully to go through basic training for fluently, then learn to use both feet, knees, and elbow to blend art and maneuvering to based on the Thai Boxing teacher will be adapted to apply then named the boxing. In Thailand, The ancient culture and art, such as the many beautiful such as temples,…

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    This pertains to the amount a customer, in this case, a student, pays for the products and services. LMAC offers a free trial which is one free day on the first try. After the first day has been used up, the student decides whether to continue or not. This is where LMAC must make a great impression to continue satisfying their marketing objective. If the new student decides to enroll, they have a few options to choose from. First, they can pay monthly, with this option, the student gets to…

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    Greek athletics went from a pure competition with regard to how more athletic you were to the other opponent to ones where whoever could withstand hits the longest wins. War became an integral part of Greek society, which in turn, brought more violent games to the Olympics. This being said, in order to create fierce competition, the Greeks needed to implement the rule for weight or age classes with all fighting competitions. The competitions were pale, which translates to boxing and was…

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    Somehow I find pure joy in watching two men or women display their superior ass kicking skills on one another. So much so that I endure movies with painfully corny and cliché story lines, all to watch Keanu Reeves in a well tailored suit show off his impressive mixed martial art abilities and military grade handling of assault rifles (John Wick). What the movie lacks in its plot more than graciously substitutes in for its incredibly stylish persona of John Wick, as well as a more than healthy…

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    Many people may argue that MMA and boxing are similar because they both teach skills in self- defense. Although the bear some superficial similarities, The differences between MMA and boxing are very clear if you ever watched or performed in any of these sports. MMA is also known as (Mixed Martial Arts), In MMA they use smaller gloves with openings in the fingertips and are light weight. The gloves are actually used for protection for the knuckles and the opponent's face and body. These…

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