Archive | May, 2009

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Korean Martial Arts: Buddhist-Based Martial Art

Posted on 26 May 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Hapkido, Taekyon, Kwan Moo, Yongmudo, Gwon Gyokdo, Hwa Rang Do

Sun Kwan Moo

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Judo Training in the Martial Arts: Knee Wheel and Major Outer Reap

Posted on 24 May 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Judo Training in the Martial Arts

Knee Wheel and Major Outer Reap

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Adidas Karate Shoes Video

Posted on 22 May 2009 by Tony Hackerott

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Different Types of Martial Arts: Chinese Martial Arts – Tai Sheng Men, Pao Chui, Ba Faquan

Posted on 21 May 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Chinese Martial Arts – Tai Sheng Men, Pao Chui, Ba Faquan

Tai Sheng Men

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Different Types of Martial Arts

Posted on 19 May 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Chinese Martial Arts – Tai Sheng Men, Pao Chui, Ba Faquan

Tai Sheng Men

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Southeast Asian Martial Arts – Muay Thai (Thai boxing)

Posted on 14 May 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Muay Thai is a hard fighting piece of mixed martial arts that resembles pradel serey, tomoi, and muay Lao from Laos. It is probably derived from Muay Thaimuay boran and krabi krabong. Also known as Thai boxing or Thai kickboxing, it is the national sport of Thailand and enjoys worldwide popularity, thanks in part to a daily televised bout in Thailand and the movie Ong Bak, starring Tony Jaa in a feature that seamlessly blended acrobatic stunts and Thai boxing.

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