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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.

Thaing

Just like Thailand, its neighbor Burma has developed unarmed fighting systems that have been around for centuries. Since China and India are its neighbors, it should not come as a surprise that the overall evolution of these unarmed fighting tactics owe a lot to those countries. ...
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Silat

Silat or Penchak Silat means "fighting with self-defense tactics" and refers to martial arts from Southeast Asia with cultural roots from the Malay World. Although most popular in Indonesia, this art can also be found in various degrees through Cambodia and Thailand’s Malay-affiliated communities. In fact, is has even already reached Europe and has become very well-known Netherlands; here, it is as popular as America and karate. An estimation of hundreds of styles (aliran) and schools exist for Silat, which observe wild animals for their ways of combat, like tigers (harimau) ...
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Hwa Rang Do

Hwa Rang Do refers to a Korean martial art, which was created by the brothers Joo Sang Lee and Joo Bang Lee. This particular martial art encourages and teaches defense and fighting tactics, spiritual training, artistic pursuits, and intellectual enhancement. With its long history, its structure of tactics is very involved. ...
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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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