What’s your style?
Yes there might be indeed many more systems to utilise when in martial art training, for instance the psychological range, where the assertion of a mental stance is formed i.e. hype, trash talk, showing off of physical prowess against another/smashing boards, verbal threats, belittling of skills etc, sometimes a match can be won even before the practitioners step into the arena. Unless one or the other participants knows how to manage this type of conflict through hardened training of the mind the objective of the psychological warfare will over awe them into capitulation. Loving the blog pics…Awesome
This is a common question exchanged between two Martial Artists when they interact. And the most common answers include Karate, Kung Fu, Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai, Jiu Jitsu, and Judo and so on. The answer just doesn’t end here. Obviously there are sub styles within the major styles mentioned. Nowadays there are a different species of Martial Artists, namely the Mixed Martial Arts where they mix up some of the arts to create a complete fighting art.
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