Many people believe that Asia was the founder of many martial arts, but it is not so. At the same time it cannot be denied that many of the most famous martial arts such as kung fu, karate, Aikido, JIU-jitsu, and others originated in Asia. Thanks to the ancient myths and legends to historical revolutions, martial arts have also been influenced by many factors. It is sometimes difficult to trace the evolution of art because of the lack of historical records. This is true for more ancient arts, like Hawaiian or Indonesian art of Silat penchak. At the same time, cultural factors and revolutions have threatened the destruction of the martial arts, such as bokator in Cambodia and Shaolin kung fu in China. However, history has shown that they flourished, especially in combination with martial arts from other cultures. For example, Mitsu Maeda showed JIU-jitsu in Brazil and taught the art to a young man named Helio Gracie who in turn created a separate area Brazilian JIU-jitsu.16.12.2016 16:13
Many people I think that Asia was the founder of many martial arts, but it is not so. At the same time it cannot be denied that many of the most famous martial arts such like kung fu, karate, Aikido, JIU-jitsu, and others originated in Asia.
Thanks the ancient myths and legends to historical revolutions, martial arts have influenced many factors.
Sometimes it is difficult to trace the evolution of art because of the lack of historical records. This is true for more ancient arts, like Hawaiian or the Indonesian art of Silat penchak. At the same time, cultural factors and revolution threatened to destroy the martial arts, such as bokator in Cambodia and Shaolin kung fu in China.
However, history has shown that they flourished, especially in combination with martial arts from other cultures. For example, Mitsu Maeda showed JIU-jitsu in Brazil and taught the art of young man named Helio Gracie who in turn created a separate area Brazilian JIU-jitsu.
Combat Chinese art in history
China has become the the centre of the Universe battle arts in the year 2600 BC when the Emperor Huang Di ordered his troops to begin the study of combat Shuai-Jiao. The Mongol tribes entered your brutal style of wrestling to China around 770 BC, today it is fighting art is considered to be the progenitor of sumo.
During the Han and Qin dynasties (256 BC), this wrestling style was combined with kemari (techniques of punches designed to strengthen the legs for the war) to create Subaku (Shubaku). Sun Tzu (544-496 BC) wrote "the Art of war" (ancient Chinese treatise on policy and strategy the war), stressing the importance of fighting arts for life and struggle. Early records also indicate that, Chinese martial art common in Europe, India and Asia Minor (Middle East) came to these countries via the silk road, 500 BC
the Origin of modern combat arts began in 527 ad, after the arrival of the Indian monk Tao Mo in the Shaolin temple in Henan province, who taught the monks in the 18th Buddhist styles which turned into five styles of Shaolin. While the influence of Tao MO inspired many Chinese on the study and development in the martial arts, and other areas martial arts developed independently.
General History of Martial Arts
Since the beginning times, every culture has developed fighting styles from their own need. The modern history of martial arts gathered together all the Western heroes and military companies, martial arts.
Thanks to the many ancient martial the arts of China (Shaolin), Japan (samurai) and Korea (Haran), the world saw such great fighters like the Spartans, Vikings, Mongols, Huns, Romans, Turks, Macedonians, Goths, Knights, Persians and Celts. Such warriors as Alexander the great, Richard Lionheart, Hannibal, Hercules, Eric the Red, Hector, Attila, Achilles and even Siddhartha (Buddha), studied systematic ways of fighting and lived by a code certain ethics.
Knowledge of these facts makes one wonder about several of our questions. Martial arts originally come from China, India or Greece? Or they were formed and received spread yourself? How do they apply? A lot of the arts has come and gone. Recent studies tells about the relationship of national ideas and martial arts and the return of lost fighting arts in Europe. Nevertheless, it remains a mystery that the fact that Chinese martial arts have survived and flourished more than in any other country.
the New data also indicate that the Brazilian martial art of Capoeira originated in China, not in Africa. There is a Great book about the history of martial arts is still not appended to the end and much of it is still not clear.
the History of martial arts Japan
Mongolian tribes introduced the Chinese with a brutal fighting style is about 770 BC, and therefore, they partially managed to convey Korean and Japanese styles.
In China the struggle was called "Shan PU", Korea – "These tank". These tank is also a synonym for the Korean forms of struggle, known as the "Sirim", which pronounced as "sumo" in Japan.
Then, the history of Japanese martial art changed again in 23 B. C. when wrestler Hayato Tomatsu have been ordered to fight with Nomi but Scene. Thanks nomi but Scene techniques in involving legs triumphed over Tomatsu-Hayato by combining it in a fierce fight with Chikara Kurabe. Thus, there was a martial art JIU-jitsu.
In Chinese martial arts has brought a new trend new style Quan FA (literally "fist methods") in the tradition of martial arts in Japan. Style Quan FA that was mixed with jujutsu was taught to Jigoro Kano, (1860-1938), he stopped to use the style of kicks and punches to create the direction of judo, which later led to the creation of Morihei Ueshiba Aikido in 1943.
Interaction and influence between the three countries is manifested in many other Japanese martial arts, such as Kendo.
the History of martial arts of Korea
As in many other countries, the history of Korean martial arts begins outside Korea. The first duel is practiced in Korea, where there was a form of Mongolian wrestling "Serum", which was established in 770 BC and spread to Korea through the Chinese in the end of 400 BC
for Hundreds of years later, during the reign of the Tang dynasty in China and the three kingdoms period in Korea (57 BC),
Hundreds of years later, during the Tang dynasty in China and the three kingdoms period in Korea (57 BC-668), fighters called forest devils helped the Chinese to defeat the Japanese with a valuable cargo, and were known as killers.
During the festival, the Yi in Korea (900-1050), Chinese has been studied two martial art in Korea, "Subak", which then was renamed thicken; and "QUANBO", which became the standard of art for the Korean soldiers. Taekwondo originated in 1950-ies, when several Korean martial arts were combined Japanese karate with Thicken.