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Martial arts

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  1. Martial ArtsThe Art of Body Movements
  2. What are the Martial Arts? Martial Arts are studied by all types of people whether they are rich or poor. The martial Arts include Kung Fu, Karate, Tae kwon do and Judo.
  3. Where and How did Martial ArtsBegin? The martial arts started by sitting still. People have been practicing fighting skills for thousands of years. Some tomb walls in Asia show people practicing Martial Arts. Some martial arts were created in China by an Indian monk named Bodhidharma . He created it because in China he observed that the Chinese monks were being too lazy and not getting work done.
  4. What does Martial Arts Mean to You? To many of us, martial arts is fighting and violence. But that is not the case. Martial Arts is about training and working and showing your best and doing your best. It is also about being confident in your abilities.
  5. Weapons used in Martial Arts Some weapons include nunchakus, knives and katanas.
  6. Zen Buddhism Bhodhidharma’s teachings started a knew type of Buddhism. This was what they called Zen and in China it isknown as Chan. Zen shaped the way peoplethought and practiced the martial arts.
  7. 空手道 ( Karate )• Weapons were outlawed in Okinawa in 1480 by King Sho Shin. He was a Buddhist who rejected violence. When the Japanese conquered Okinawa in 1609, they made it illegal for citizens to practice martial arts. So the citizens of Okinawa practiced secretly. The system they had learned from the Chinese became known as karate. Karate is the only martial art that doesn’t involve weapons. A long time ago it was called “kata”.
  8. Questions What are the martial arts? How did they begin? What are some weapons used in martial arts? How is karate different from other types of martial arts? How is karate similar to other types of martial arts?
  9. Answers Martial Arts is the art of body movement. Martial Arts started by sitting still. Nunchakus, Katanas and knives. It doesn’t involve weapons.
  10. Sources instructables.com My Martial Arts Book My Brain Microsoft Clip Organizer mixnews.blogdetik.com weapons-universe.com arnisimporters.com musashiswords.com messagefrommasters.com sosamartialarts.com freepik.com smallbites.andybellatti.com mindbodyspiritdevelopment.com sodahead.com

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