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    cultural context however; many individuals belong to various distinct subcultures that encompass their own norms and rules governing behaviour. For instance, an activity that I have recently started resulted in me becoming immersed in a particular martial arts subculture. Moreover, my individual experience as being a member of a subculture illustrates how a specific group composes a subculture that can be analyzed by implying the theoretical perspective of symbolic interactionism. Nevertheless,…

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    Taiko Drumming History

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    Taiko and ritualistic practices in Japan Introduction Taiko drumming in Japanese culture is inextricably tied to several historical ritualistic practices. These range from 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…

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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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    Ambidexterity in the Martial Arts My thoughts on ambidexterity go back to early childhood, long before I had even known there was such a word to describe being able to use both sides of the body with equal ability. When I was a child entering elementary school in the first grade during the middle 1960’s I had naturally started to learn how to print and write using my left hand. However, much to the dismay of my teacher and my parents, the thought of me writing with my left hand must have been…

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    #3: Karate Karate has originally appeared in Japan and nowadays it is being practiced primarily for sports and recreational 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…

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    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 heaping of high intensity,…

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    a little girl I wanted to do a little of everything. I wanted to do some form of Martial Arts. All the excitement that comes with it thrilled me. My parents didn’t let me though because I would always change what I wanted to do like kids always do. One day I would want to do dance the next cheerleading,another day I would want to do gymnastics, then ice skating, and sports. Though through all those years martial arts stayed in mind, to keep me busy I did all the sports at the rec center I…

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    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 participate in every class available, which includes all types of martial arts. This means that if a student enrolls in Taekwondo but later wants to take on boxing, they do not have to pay extra. Therefore, the monthly payment of a single student is $45.00. Adding a second into the account will save $25.00 due to…

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    Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Art

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    seen as beneficial, humane, or mature, but in a life or death situation, one must know how to survive. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, the art of being able to control one’s opponent with simple techniques involving holds, chokes, joint locks, and leverage to subdue an attacker, has been proven countless times to show dominance over whosoever challenges a student of this beautiful art. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu does not grant the power to be invincible, but gives one such unmatched confidence that it does indeed…

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    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 gloves can also help with take downs, take downs…

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