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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.

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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Tai chi chuan

Tai chi chuan refers to an internal martial art of China, which is oftentimes put to practice with the goal of longevity and health promotion. The training forms of tai chi chuan are famous for their slow routines, which groups of people do together each morning in the park worldwide, mostly in China. Several medical studies fully support its overall effectiveness as alternative exercises and forms of therapy in martial arts. ...
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Taekwondo

Taekwondo refers to a combat sport and martial art from Korea. It happens to be South Korea’s national sport, while kyeorugi (sparring) is an event of Olympic sports. In Korean, “tae” means “to destroy with feet”, kwon means “to smash or strike with hands”, and “do” means “way”, “method” or “path”. Therefore, taekwondo can be loosely translated to “the way of the fists and feet”. ...
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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) refers to a combat sport and martial art, which concentrates on grappling and mostly ground fighting. Its goal is to gain a more dominant position while using chokeholds and joint-locks to force opponents into submission. This art is based on Kodokan Judo of the early 20th century, which was also recently-developed back in the day after being founded in the year 1882 and was based on various schools known as “Ryu” from Japanese Jujutsu. The overall principles promote the idea that even smaller and weaker people can use leverage with proper tactics to...
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