Traditionally, all martial arts take your basics of martial arts that originated in Asia. However, as the understanding of martial arts has expanded, other martial arts created outside of Asia have also become like martial arts from Asia.16.12.2016 16:39
Martial arts have many forms and styles. There are martial arts where the practitioner weapon fighting does not apply. All the techniques include strikes and grappling techniques.
Traditionally, all martial arts take your basics of martial arts that originated in Asia. However, as the understanding of martial arts has expanded, other martial arts created outside of Asia have also become like martial arts from Asia.
the martial arts have many forms and styles. There are martial arts where the practitioner weapon fighting does not apply. All the techniques include strikes and grappling techniques. There are methods for the treatment of every kind of weapon—a knife, a stick, crushing and other melee weapons. There are also self-defense techniques during which the practitioner tries to overcome the attacker.
martial arts Techniques also can include "soft" techniques such as breathing exercises, qi techniques and meditation.
Uusia – the reception that the enemy has applied to the neck of the attacker, which can lead to unconsciousness or death. This technique is widely used in the martial arts, unarmed combat, the Arsenal of techniques of law enforcement, martial arts in General and self-defence.
There are two main categories of dyspnea. Strangulation without air (also called the tracheal strangulation) when compressed the passages of the upper respiratory tract, causing an instant gag response, pain and suffocation, and also udusa when the sleeper is clamped carotid arteries and jugular vein (the main blood vessel of the brain). Blood circulation to the brain ceases to be and the man quickly falls into unconsciousness.
Reception: joint lock
shared lock allows blocking of the wrist, elbows and knees the opponent to operate them beyond their normal range of motion to break or dislocate bones, damage muscles, torn tendons or torn ligaments. These grappling techniques, used in martial arts such as jujitsu, judo and Brazilian JIU-jitsu, forcing the enemy and the attacker to give up and move in a weaker position.
can Lock elbows, and shoulder, like the ankles and knees, disabling knee, hip and ankle joints.
Pinky, depending on the intentions of the practitioner, his training and speed, can be carried out against the enemy as the front and side, and back or reversal. As a rule, the kick can be performed as a single or two ways. Good quality made kick can immediately cause serious injury to the knee or thigh.
Kicks require great balance, high speeds and good practices for unconditional victory. Additional attacks can be performed in techniques: axe, butterfly, Crescent, flying, hook, jumping and other in which one and the same foot you can perform kicks many times, performing the revs and rotation, jumping spin kicks with up to three body rotations in the air and vertical strokes. These Kicks can be performed in combination with each other.
in addition, kicks are used as offensive weapons, some styles work legs to push the opponent or to block and/or parry the attacker.
is Characterized as a physical blow to any part of the body, and is intended to cause pain, injury or death to the enemy. In martial arts, punches, usually the feet or hands. The kicks are socks the feet or knees. Punches are elbows, wrists, fists or fingers in different directions.
finger Strikes can be made separate with your fingers or in combination applicable to the soft tissues and vital organs. Different of power strokes are damage the soft tissue in certain places on the body. depending on martial arts, head, shoulders, buttocks and thighs can also be used for enemy attacks.
In the past, throws usually actively practiced judo. However, with the spread of martial arts into mainstream America and the growth of mixed martial arts, throws have become synonymous with most martial arts under the influence of such martial arts as Brazilian JIU-jitsu, judo, Sambo, Shuai Jiao and sumo.
the Practitioner strives to control his opponent through the maneuver for removal in a position of strength, when the two warring parties end up on the ground. Commonly used methods include the throw cuttings at his feet, to topple the opponent off his feet.