To be a master of Martial Arts not only requires physical strength but it also requires mental ability and the technique. Martial Arts have been there for ages. It is mainly used as self-defense for years and have become popular even in the modern world. There are different types of Martial Arts around the world, some are still alive and popular while some are forgotten and remain in the history books. Martial Arts’ use has increased in entertainment and movies; there are professional competitions around where Martial Arts experts take part from around the world.
Here we look at the 5 of the best martial arts around:
Karate is a Japanese martial art. Karate is not only an art of self-defense but it also teaches self-discipline, keeps your body and mind healthy. Karate has many different styles like Shito Ryu, Goju Ryu, Wado Ryu.
Taekwondo comes from Korea and it is their National Sport. It is a very popular martial art around the world. Strength and Stamina is not enough, you’ll need speed, flexibility and agility to master it.
3. Kung Fu
Kung Fu is surely the most popular martial art in the world. This Chinese Martial Art became massively popular due to a huge influence of movies of Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet Li and many others.
2. Muay Thai
Muay Thai comes from Thailand and it is the national sport of the country. Muay Thai is a martial art which shows how to use every body part as a weapon. It is the most dangerous.
1. Jiu Jitsu
It is called as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu but its roots come from Japan. This is the best of the lot because it is just not about strenght and stamina, this Martial Art focuses on technique, it is just not about throwing punches and kicks but more about trapping the opponent to the ground. Even a smaller physique person is capable to beat a big guy in this form of martial art.
– Jainam Jhaveri
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