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The Road Of The Warrior

By: FG Dullin | Jan 7 2011 | 473 words | 1726 hits

People always have the liberty to choose whatever they want in life. However, some simple choices that seem to have uncertain consequences confuse us. If these options all bear good benefits, then it is even harder for one to choose. This analogy applies to the idea of choosing one's martial arts discipline. With so many disciplines to choose from, how could one find a satisfying pick? This article will help you in what you are looking for.

The main reason as to why people have the difficulty in deciding on a certain discipline is because, just like everything else, they don't have in depth knowledge about martial arts. In this article, we will give you categories that will help you decide.

Speed and Agility:

This is an important aspect of combat, or rather this is one categories for choosing a certain discipline. Speed pertains to the ability of a person to deliver strikes and movements that are not easy to intercept, while agility pertains to the ability to dodge strikes from an opponent. In this area, it is ideal for a person to be a lightweight and to be very active. Known martial arts disciplines that emphasize speed and agility are the following:

Wing Chun Kung Fu

Karatedo

Shaolin Kung Fu

Taekwondo

Power and Endurance:

This is another important aspect of fighting and among the categories a person should base his or her choice. Power pertains to the ability to deliver strikes that could induce tremendous punishment or overpower an enemy's strength in grappling, while endurance pertains to the ability to absorb damage thrown by the opponent. In this area, it is ideal for a person to be heavyweight, having a physical built that is bigger than any normal person. Known martial arts disciplines that emphasize power and endurance are the following:

Muay Thai

Boxing

Jiu jitsu

Graeco-Roman Wrestling

Rhythm and Reflex:

These aspects in martial arts are important as well as considered to be special. A person can determine his or her choice of discipline in this category. Rhythm pertains to the gracefulness and effectiveness of a person's steps, in terms of delivering attacks and defensive moves. In this area, it is ideal for the person to be flexible. Known martial arts disciplines emphasizing rhythm are the following:

Tai Chi Chuan

Capoeira

Penkak Silat

Reflex, however, pertains to the special ability of a person to intercept attacks and find or create an opening to deliver a counter-attack. In this area, a person does not require specific physical attribute, therefore, applicable to any person regardless of the size or weight. Known martial arts disciplines emphasizing reflex skill are the following:

Aikido

Escrima/Arnis

Marines CQC

The specific martial disciplines mentioned here are only among the examples worth looking, based on their popularity. But there are many other forms similar to these and it is good to identify them in the particular category given above.


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