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Kobudo




The term "kobudo" in translation from Japanese means - "ancient military way". The original name is "kobujutsu" - "ancient martial arts (skills)". Under this term, the arts of possession of various types of eastern types of cold weapons are represented today.
Currently, there is a division of kobudo into two autonomous independent directions:
  • Nihon-kobudo is a direction combining systems common on the main islands of Japan and using in their arsenal edged weapons of samurai origin and weapons from the ninjutsu arsenal.
  • Kobudo (other names Ryukyu-kobudo and Okinawa-kobudo) is a direction that unites systems originating from the islands of the Ryukyu archipelago (modern Okinawa prefecture, Japan) using the tools (objects) of the peasant and fishing use of the inhabitants of these islands in the arsenal.

Jujutsu



Jiu-jitsu is a generic name used for a combat system that is almost impossible to describe clearly. This is hand-to-hand combat, in most cases, without the use of weapons, and only in some cases - with weapons.  Jiu-jitsu techniques include kicking, punching, throwing, holding, blocking, choking and tying, as well as using certain types of weapons. Jiu-jitsu relies not on brute strength, but on dexterity and dexterity.  Application of minimal effort to achieve maximum effect. This principle allows any person, regardless of their physical shape or physique, to control and use their energy with the greatest efficiency.

Karate




Karate ("the path of the empty hand") is a Japanese martial art that offers different ways of fighting with your hands and several techniques with the use of weapons, including edged weapons. In this single combat, grabs and throws are not used.  The main principle is speed and speed, and the main task is to maintain the main stance for a long time. Therefore, first of all, balance plays a role in karate.

 Judo


Judo in translation from Japanese means "soft way". This modern sports martial arts comes from the Land of the Rising Sun. The main judo are throws, painful holds, holds and strangles. Judo is based on the principle of unity of mind and body and differs from other martial arts by the lesser use of physical strength when performing various technical actions.
Professor Jigoro Kano founded judo in 1882, in 1964 judo entered the program of the Summer Olympic Games. Judo is a codified sport in which the mind controls body movements; it has the most pronounced educational character in the Olympic program. In addition to competitions, judo includes the study of technique, kata, self-defense, physical fitness and the development of the spirit. Judo as a sports discipline is a modern and progressive form of physical activity. The International Judo Federation (IJF) includes 200 affiliated national federations on five continents. More than 20 million people practice judo, a sport that combines parenting and physical activity. IJF organizes over 35 events annually.

Capoeira


(Capoeira) is an Afro-Brazilian national martial art, a synthesis of dance, acrobatics and games, all accompanied by national Brazilian music. According to the generally accepted version, capoeira originated in South America in the 17th and 18th centuries.

But nevertheless, experts still argue about the homeland and the time of the emergence of such a unique art. No one knows exactly where it came from, who was the founder of the ancient skill and, like capoeira, has gained rapid popularity from century to century.

There are several main hypotheses for its origin:

The African zebra dance, which was common among local tribes, became the prototype of the militant movements. Capoeira is a fusion of ancient cultures - Latin American and African dances. A dance of slave slaves, which gradually developed into a martial art. It is associated with the landing of Europeans on the continent and the birth of the slave trade.