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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.

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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American Kickboxing

A lot of people seem to think that today’s kickboxing stems from Japan, Thailand, or another place within the East. The truth is: the actual origins of kickboxing can be revealed by its original known name of full-contact karate. ...
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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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Vovinam refers to a kind of martial arts from Vietnamese, which can be practiced either with or completely without weapons. Vovinam is based on principles of both soft and hard harmony and includes full mind and body training with help of the opponent’s reaction and force. “Vo” means “martial arts”, whle “vinam” means "Vietnam". Both tactics of defense and attack are trained along with foot tactics, forms, combats and classic wrestling. ...
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