Types of Martial Arts

There are many types of martial arts. We will be talking about Kendo (Jeet Kune Do), Jujutsu (Kali / Escrima), and the differences among them. Each has its own unique benefits and advantages, so take a moment to learn about each before deciding on a particular style. This article should help you decide which style suits you best.

Jeet Kune Do

The Jeet Kune Do is a self-defense method that uses ‘dirty streets savvy’. Its key phrase, “The way to intercept fist,” is what gave it its name. It emphasizes training in life’s many aspects including combat-style fighting, self-defence, and mental preparation to handle any situation. Jeet KuneDo teaches you how best to defend yourself.

Kendo

Kendo is an ancient Japanese style of self-defence. This style of martial arts was originally derived from Jian Shu, a form of kenjutsu. The Muromachi Period (1333-1573), which was a period of high violence in Japanese history, saw the founding of most schools of Kendo. This was a time in which fighting styles were refined on a battlefield, with the more efficient style more likely survive and be passed down.

Jujutsu

Jujutsu may be the most practical of all the martial arts. Jujutsu is a system that teaches you how to kick, punch, and thrust. It also includes joint locks as well as chokeholds. Many of the techniques can be performed without weapons. These techniques are not for everyone. And the most amazing part is that Jujutsu can be practiced by anyone, regardless of gender, age, or physical condition.

Kali / Escrima

The original originators of the Kali / Escrima style of martial arts were the Indonesians. Kali was a form of self defense and warfare that the native people used during the Indonesian Empires. Kali was also a preferred method of fighting tribal chieftains or warriors. Lapu-Lapu defeated Magellan using Kali. Kali is also the forerunner of Escrima, and the mother art of Arnis. Kali was first developed by the Negritos settlers who fought for survival and were known as preferring Kali to bow & arrow.

Karate

Although it originated in Japan, karate has branched out into many different styles and is still practiced today. Martial arts are aimed at self-defense, discipline, as well as personal improvement. Karate, also known as “the art of empty hands”, consists of a variety of joint manipulations and pins. Although it is rooted in Okinawa Japan, karate has enjoyed great popularity all over the globe.

Kickboxing

MMA is most popular, but kickboxing and other martial arts are also great options. It is an aggressive style of fighting, but it is not necessarily violent. It teaches students how to stay calm and strategic, as well as demonstrate high levels of technique. Kickboxing is more violent, so kicks are often delivered to the ribcage or arms, legs, neck, or neck. A popular kickboxing technique is the knee strike, which is delivered with the kneecap. It can be used for short-range strikes. There are a variety of basic knee strikes available, including straight and diagonal as well as a roundhouse kick.

Jiu-Jitsu

It is important to note that jujitsu is related to BJJ, but not necessarily the same thing. Both styles share many characteristics and have ancient roots. However, they are very different from each other today. Understanding the differences between them is crucial for choosing the right style for you and for improving your knowledge of martial arts. Let’s review the history of BJJ (jujitsu) and its predecessors.