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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.

Ninjutsu

Ninjutsu was initially developed to be a collection of important survivalist tactics in the warring states of feudal Japan. Ninja clans put their art to use to make sure that they would survive within a time of violence and political turmoil. This included methods of information collection, avoidance, misdirection tactics, and non-detection. Ninjutsu might also involve trainings within escape, disguise, archery, concealment, medicine, poisons, and explosives. Because of this, ninjutsu practitioners are sometimes viewed as hired assassins and associated with various other activities considered as...
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Muay Thai Boxing

Muay Thai refers to what the Thais call their personal martial arts. "Muay" means boxing. In ancient times, because no advanced weapons were invented yet, they only used lances, swords and staffs in their wars. Thailand had to fight and encounter a lot of marauders this way to keep their communities protected. The arts of krabi (swords) and krabong (staffs) were specifically taught to Thai soldiers, so they could fight. Along with this, Muay Thai was taught as an art of self-defense since soldiers sometimes found themselves in trouble after losing weapons and having to battle with...
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Krav maga

Krav maga refers to a fairly new military and self-defense hand-to-hand system of combat that was developed in Israel. It might be referred to as a mixed or hybrid style of martial arts since its tactics stem from various styles. It assumes no quarter, while focusing on ultimate threat neutralization within real-life situations. The Hebrew term “krav maga” translates to “close combat.” It became prominent after numerous Israeli Security Forces put it to use and today, both law enforcement and personnel put it to use world-wide, as do civilians. In fact, krav maga is put to use on a...
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Capoeira

Capoeira refers to an energetic, dance-like and oftentimes acrobatic Brazilian martial art, game, and fight-dance that was created by African slaves in the 17th century. Capoeira is based mostly around kicking since slave’s hands were usually manacled. Its participants would form a circle called a ‘roda’ and take their turns singing, playing instruments, and sparring as a couple in the middle of this circle. ...
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