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    defeat of both the Paekje and Koguryo kingdoms to unify Korea. They were able to unify Korea into the Koryo Dynasty. Although during the Silla dynasty, Taek Kyon was used for activities and as a sport,The name was changed to Subak and main idea and art was changed during the Koryo…

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    Fearless Movie Analysis

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    Culturally I did not grow up with a lot of exposure to Chinese culture. I am always interested in learning and decide to pick a culture I was not completely familiar with. I chose to watch a foreign movie called Fearless, also known as Jet Li’s Fearless in the United States. I chose to watch a movie because I enjoy watching and learning from films. I have never watched a foreign film so I was intrigued to experience one. I honestly was not sure what to expect with a foreign movie, except I knew…

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    me to what I am today. During my time as a martial artist I have had so many experiences, so before going for 1st Dan Black Belt. I would like to share my story. Why I Began Martial Arts During my childhood, my family and I were super obsessed with karate and kung - fu movies. Mostly movies like karate kid were our motivation to start taekwondo. When my sister and I were younger, my sister had shown the biggest interest in becoming a martial artist. She had amazing flexibility and…

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    Tang Leo Do Research Paper

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    Tang Soo Do may only look like a simple martial arts class that teaches you how to defend yourself from any danger that you may encounter in your life even as you grow up. I believe that Tang Soo Do represents more than just defense, to me it represents the knowledge and strength of achieving a high goal to reach which is Black Belt and learning the techniques as to why they are so special in a combat experience. When I first started Tang Soo Do at the age of 4, it was something new for me and…

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    A prominent humanistic psychologist called Erich Fromm wrote a book called To Have or to Be, in which he describes two opposing orientations to living life. These orientations are the having orientation, and the being orientation respectively. In short, he describes the being orientation to life as living life in such a way that values objects above all else. Be it living life for money, or living for the next edition of the iPad, the concept of the having orientation encapsulates the rampant…

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    There are many things that make me who I am; regardless if it comes from the past, present or future. I am a simple person with many hopes, dreams, and ambitions.When talking about my favorite things they range from different spectrums. The first thing that is very exciting to me are films. I nearly go to the movie theater every friday to watch a new movie. I like films like Fast and Furious, Divergent, The Hunger Games, and etc. Films are really cool and depicts dreams that we wish were real.…

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    there weren't many fighters, and even less martial arts teachers, especially since fighting was frowned upon in society. It wasn't until Age 742 when a real fighter was born. He was born from an average fighter and a brilliant scientist, who decided, upon consent from his mom, that he would become a fighter. He was named Melait, and born as the sole elite in his world. He was first trained by his mother when he was three, who knew some martial arts skills, which she learned during her free…

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    Karate Research Paper

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    gave me nightmares. I did not know how to fight and was in fear of being attacked, which would lead to more intense bullying. I expressed my feeling of fright and helplessness to my mother, who then signed me up for karate classes. That is how my martial arts journey began. I started my karate training with the intention of learning how to fight and defend…

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    Mixed martial arts have a stigma both to its athletes and the sport. People view it as a blood sport and often compare it to gladiators fighting to the death. Back in the early nineties this was common among society, but today most people accept it as a sport just like boxing. However, there are still people, most likely the older generations, which view it as a blood sport, or two men rolling around on the ground. This type of view drives me nuts because today mixed martial arts is…

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    Sports and activities incorporate rules in to help control games, prevent injuries and increase safety. Sports policy determines rules of sports and activities, modified rules for children, matching opponents, use of protective equipment to promote safe participation. Golf Golf is a popular sport that can be played causally or competitively. Regular gold offers a range of health benefits. It improves stamina, cardiovascular fitness and muscular endurance. While the risk in this particular…

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