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Learn about Various Fighting Styles of Martial Arts and combat sports. Check out our Fighting Styles Questions and Answers section and well as our videos on Martial Arts Styles as well. If you are looking for a good Martial Art Style to learn in your area, check out our partner website and Find a Martial Art School and Style.

Kendo

Kendo, in a nutshell, refers to Japanese-style fencing. Based on the traditional Japanese legacy of swordsmanship as old as Japan itself, Samurai made use of the sword to create and keep order for centuries. Such people followed unwritten codes known as Bushido, of which the core was integrity, bravery, and honesty. ...
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Kuk Sool Won

Kuk Sool Won refers to a comprehensive system of Korean martial arts that was founded in 1958 by In Hyuk Suh. Kuk Sool Woon means “national martial art” and is now taught all over the world within hundreds of schools that are registered. Founded as a system rather than a style, the practice of Kuk Sool Won isn’t generally restricted to a single discipline. Instead, it encompasses a lot of various styles. As such, it is very well-organized and hopes to explore and integrate every aspect of classic Korean martial arts, while holding discernible traits that still set it apart from them. ...
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Savate

Savate, also called French boxing or boxe française, refers to a French martial art that makes use of both feet and hands as weapons and matches graceful kicking tactics with Western boxing elements. ...
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Karate

Karate, also known as karatedo, refers to a martial art that stems from indigenous methods of fighting from Chinese kempo, the Ryukyu Islands, and traditional Japanese martial arts. Mainly known as an art of striking that features kicking, punching, elbow and knee strikes, as well as open-handed tactics, karate also makes use of locks, grappling, traps and restraints, joint manipulations, throws, and point striking. Karate practitioners are known as karateka. ...
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