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Jeet Kune Do List of Aikido Techniques with Instructions
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Japanese Jujutsu
Karate 28 Oct 2016, 16:40

Kendo
Kenpo
Kickboxing List of Aikido Techniques with Instructions
Krav Maga
Chinese Kung Fu Listed below are a wide variety of Aikido techniques (i.e. elbow control, throws, pinning, etc.). This
Military Martial Arts Japanese martial arts has hundreds of different techniques and combinations. Nevertheless, we have
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) tried to list a number of the most common basic techniques and/or well-known techniques used in
Muay Thai Aikido and provide you with instructional videos for these techniques. However, be aware that the
Ninjutsu names for some techniques can vary by school. You will also find many of these techniques used in
Russian Sambo Aikido katas. For basic Jo techniques, please visit the Aikido Jo Suburi section.
Korean Taekwondo
Tai Chi
The information on these pages and videos are meant to reinforce and supplement the instruction
Korean Tang Soo Do
given at your Aikido classes. To properly understand these techniques, you need to learn them from an
Wing Chun
Aikido instructor who can provide you with an in-depth explanation of the technique, help correct your
Wrestling
mistakes, answer your questions and detail how the technique should be utilized.
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Boot Camps:
Basic Aikido Techniques
Muay Thai Camps
Kung Fu Camps
Aikido Camps Aikido Ikkyo - First Teaching (Elbow Control)
Boxing Camps Aikido Nikyo - Second Teaching (Wrist Control)
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Gracie) Camps Aikido Sankyo - Third Teaching (Wrist Control)
Capoeira Camps Aikido Yonkyo - Fourth Teaching (Wrist Control & Pressure Point)
Eskrima, Arnis, Kali Camps Aikido Gokyo - Fifth Teaching (Elbow Control)
Judo Camps Aikido Rokkyo - Sixth Teaching (Arm Control)
Karate Camps
Other Important Basic Aikido Exercises - According to Traditional Aikido of Sonoma, "O'Sensei once
Kickboxing Camps
said that a student could learn all the basics of aikido if he practiced just three techniques: tai-no-
Krav Maga Camps
henko, morotedori-kokyuho, and suwariwaza-kokyuho".
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)
Camps
Ninja Camps Aikido Morote-Dori Kokyu-Ho - Morote-Dori Kokyu-Ho is an Aikido exercise that teaches
Taekwondo Camps students how to unbalance an attacker who has grabbed them with two hands.
Tai Chi Camps Aikido Suwari-Waza Kokyu-Ho - Suwari-Waza Kokyu-Ho focuses on defending against grabs
when seated (in a traditional Samurai kneeling position).
Aikido Tai No Henko - Tai No Henko is an Aikido exercise that teaches the basics for redirecting
Martial Arts Training:
an attack.
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Aikido Irimi Nage - Entering Throw
Balance Skill
Aikido Shiho Nage - Four Corner Throw
Blocking Techniques
Aikido Kote-Gaeshi - Wrist Turn
Conditioning
Defense Against Weapons Nage Waza - Aikido Throws
Deftness Skill
Elbow Strikes Techniques Aikido Irimi Nage - Entering Throw
Falling Techniques Aikido Juji Nage - Arms Crossed Throw
Grappling Techniques Aikido Kaiten Nage - Wheel Throw
Joint Locks Aikido Kokyu Nage - Breath Throw
Kata Unarmed Aikido Koshi Nage - Hip Throw
Kata With Weapons Aikido Shiho Nage - Four Corner Throw
Kicks Techniques Aikido Tenchi Nage - Heaven And Earth Throw
Knee Strikes Techniques Aikido Ude Kime Nage - Arm Extension Throw
Martial Arts Movies
Martial Arts Quotes Tekubi Waza - Aikido Wrist Techniques
Muscle Power
Physical Fitness Aikido Kote-hineri - Wrist Twist
Polls Aikido Kote-gaeshi - Wrist Turn
Punches Techniques Aikido Munetsuki Kote-gaeshi - Punch Counter Wrist Turn
Reaction Speed Training Aikido Tenkai-kote-hineri - Rotating Wrist Twist
School List
Self-Defense Techniques Hiji Waza Aikido Elbow Techniques
Sparring & Kumite
Speed Training Aikido Hiji Garami - Elbow Wrap
Stances Skill Aikido Hiki-taoshi - Pull Down
Strength Training Aikido Oshi-taoshi - Push Down
Stretching and Flexibility Aikido Ude-gaeshi - Arm Turn
Terminology & Numbers Aikido Ude-hineri - Arm Twist
Training Equipment Aikido Waki-gatame - Side Pin
Warming-Up
Weapons of Martial Arts Uki Waza - Aikido Floating Techniques
Self-Defense for Women
Yoga for Martial Arts Aikido Aiki-otoshi - Blending Drop
Other topics Aikido Hiki-otoshi - Pulling Drop
Aikido Mae-otoshi - Forward Drop
Aikido Sumi-otoshi - Corner Drop

Aikido Deflections & Parries

Aikido Uke Nagashi Irimi


Aikido Uke Nagashi Tenkan

Atemi Waza - Aikido Striking Techniques

Aikido Aigamae-ate - Matching Stances Strike


Aikido Gedan-ate - Low Strike
Aikido Gyakugamae-ate - Opposing Stances Strike
Aikido Shomen-ate - Forward Strike To Head
Aikido Ushiro-ate - Rear Strike

Aikido Choking Techniques

Aikido Kubishime - Neck Choke

Aikido Defenses Against Chokes

Aikido Kubishime Ikkyo


Aikido Kubishime Nikyo
Aikido Kubishime Sankyo
Aikido Kubishime Kokyunage
Aikido Kubishime Koshinage
Aikido Kubishime Kotegaeshi

Aikido Ushiro Waza - Defenses Against Rear Attacks

Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Ikkyo - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Nikyo - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Sankyo - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Kokyunage - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Kotegaeshi - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Sayunage - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab

Defenses Against Punches or Knife Hand Strikes

Aikido Defenses Against Hook Punches


Aikido Defenses Against Straight Punches
Aikido Munetsuki Ikkyo - Defense Against A Straight Punch
Aikido Munetsuki Nikyo - Defense Against A Straight Punch
Aikido Munetsuki Sankyo - Defense Against A Straight Punch
Aikido Munetsuki Iriminage - Entering Throw Defense Against A Straight Punch
Aikido Munetsuki Kaitenage - Wheel Throw Defense Against A Straight Punch
Aikido Munetsuki Kokyunage - Breath Throw Defense Against A Straight Punch
Aikido Munetsuki Koshinage - Hip Throw Defense Against A Straight Punch
Aikido Munetsuki Kotegaeshi - Defense Against A Straight Punch
Aikido Shomenuchi Ikkyo or Shomen Uchi Ikkyo - Defense Against An Overhead Strike To The
Top Of Head Or Shoulder.
Aikido Shomenuchi Nikyo or Shomen Uchi Nikyo - Defense Against An Overhead Strike To The
Top Of Head Or Shoulder.
Aikido Shomenuchi Sankyo or Shomen Uchi Sankyo - Defense Against An Overhead Strike To
The Top Of Head Or Shoulder.
Aikido Shomenuchi Yonkyo or Shomen Uchi Yonkyo - Defense Against An Overhead Strike To
The Top Of Head Or Shoulder.
Aikido Shomenuchi Gokyo or Shomen Uchi Gokyo - Defense Against An Overhead Strike To The
Top Of Head Or Shoulder.
Aikido Yokomenuchi Ikkyo - Defense Against A Hook Punch, Knife Hand Strike To Neck, Etc.
Aikido Yokomenuchi Nikyo - Defense Against A Hook Punch, Knife Hand Strike To Neck, Etc.
Aikido Yokomenuchi Sankyo - Defense Against A Hook Punch, Knife Hand Strike To Neck, Etc.
Aikido Yokomenuchi Kokyunage - Defense Against A Hook Punch, Knife Hand Strike To Neck,
Etc.
Defenses Against Kicks

Aikido Defenses Against Front Kicks such as Irimi-Nage, Sayu-Nage, etc.


Aikido Defenses Against Roundhouse Kicks such as Nikyo, etc.
Aikido Defenses Against Side Kicks such as Kubishime, Tenkan, etc.
Aikido Defenses Against Spinning Kicks such as Irimi-Nage, Kubishime, etc.

Defenses Against Grabs

Aikido Ikkyo Defenses Against Wrist Grabs


Aikido Nikyo Defenses Against Wrist Grabs
Aikido Sankyo Defenses Against Wrist Grabs
Aikido Katatori Ikkyo or Kata-dori Ikkyo - Defense Against A Shoulder Grab Or Lapel Grab
Aikido Katatori Nikyo or Kata-dori Nikyo - Defense Against A Shoulder Grab Or Lapel Grab
Aikido Katatori Sankyo or Kata-dori Sankyo - Defense Against A Shoulder Grab Or Lapel Grab
Aikido Katatori Kokyunage or Kata-dori Kokyunage - Defense Against A Shoulder Grab Or Lapel
Grab
Aikido Katatori Kotegaeshi or Kata-dori Kotegaeshi - Defense Against A Shoulder Grab Or Lapel
Grab
Aikido Katatetori Ikkyo or Katate-dori Ikkyo - Defense Against A Wrist Grab
Aikido Katatetori Nikyo or Katate-dori Nikyo - Defense Against A Wrist Grab
Aikido Katatetori Sankyo or Katate-dori Sankyo - Defense Against A Wrist Grab
Aikido Katatetori Yonkyo or Katate-dori Yonkyo
Aikido Katatetori Iriminage or Katate-dori Iriminage
Aikido Katatetori Kaitenage
Aikido Katatetori Kokyunage
Aikido Katatetori Kotegaeshi
Aikido Munedori Kokyunage - Defense Against A Single Lapel Grab
Aikido Ryotemochi Ikkyo - Defense Against An Attacker Who Grabs One Wrist With Two Hands
Aikido Ryotemochi Nikyo - Defense Against An Attacker Who Grabs One Wrist With Two Hands
Aikido Ryotemochi Sankyo - Defense Against An Attacker Who Grabs One Wrist With Two Hands
Aikido Ryotemochi Kaitenage - Defense Against An Attacker Who Grabs One Wrist With Two
Hands
Aikido Ryotemochi Kokyunage - Defense Against An Attacker Who Grabs One Wrist With Two
Hands
Aikido Ryotetori Ikkyo - Defense Against Both Hands Being Held
Aikido Ryotetori Nikyo - Defense Against Both Hands Being Held
Aikido Ryotetori Sankyo - Defense Against Both Hands Being Held
Aikido Ryotetori Koshinage
Aikido Ryotetori Shiho Nage
Aikido Ryotetori Tenchi Nage
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Ikkyo - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Nikyo - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Sankyo - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Kokyunage - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Kotegaeshi - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab
Aikido Ushiro Tekubi Tori Sayunage - Defense Against Double Wrist Rear Grab

Weapon Defenses

Aikido Jo Dori - Defenses Against A Jo (Short Staff)


Aikido Tachi Dori - Defense Against A Bokken (Sword)
Aikido Tanto Dori - Defenses Against Knife Attacks

Aikido Ukemi - Aikido Falling Techniques

Aikido Backward Roll or Ushiro Ukemi


Aikido Forward Roll or Zenpo Ukemi

Aikido Warm-Up Exercises

Aikido Funakogi Undo - Aikido Rowing Exercise


Aikido Katate Osa Undo - Aikido Wrist Stretching Exercise
Aikido Kotegaeshi Undo
Aikido Nikyo Undo - Aikido Wrist Stretching Exercise
Aikido Sankyo Undo - Aikido Wrist Stretching Exercise
Aikido Sayu Undo
Aikido Shomenuchi Ikkyo Undo or Ikkyo Undo
Aikido Tai No Henko - Tai No Henko is an Aikido exercise that teaches the basics for redirecting
an attack.
Aikido Tenkan Undo

Miscellaneous Aikido Techniques

Aikido Bow - How To Sit/Kneel And Bow In Aikido


Aikido Breathing Exercises
Aikido Shikko - How To Do The Aikido "Samurai Walk" or "Knee Walking"
References

1. London Aikido Dojo, http://www.londonaikido.com, Added - 8/23/13


2. Aikikai Foundation, http://www.aikikai.or.jp/eng/, Added - 01/28/14
3. Traditional Aikido of Sonoma, Three Techniques That Have Everything, http://www.traditional-
aikido.com/Technique/three_techniques.htm, Added - 10/24/14

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  Traditional martial arts training refers to training in martial arts, which is rooted in the principles set forth an original master of the art. Follow the wizard are chosen to  
carry on the traditional teachings of this particular art. Most traditional martial art rooted in the country's history.

Thus, the traditional preparation of martial arts means that the student to defend the philosophical principles of the art and practice of its techniques in a fashion similar to
the founder, or in a natural progression in this style.

  Aikido Aikijujutsu Baguazhang  


The Japanese martial art of aikido (“way to unify with Aikijujutsu is any jujutsu discipline that focuses on the Japanese There are two main dichotomies in Chinese martial
your ki”)was founded by Morihei Uyeshiba in 1942. principle of “aiki,” in which a practitioner blends with and arts: Shaolin and Wu Dung (Cantonese: Wu Tang). Wu
(Ki means “life force.”) Morihei Uyeshiba defeats an opponent by using one’s internal Dung is known for its internal martial arts usually
practiced tenjin shinyo-ryu jujutsu with Tozawa energy (ki or chi). Various schools of jujutsu and aikijujutsu can classified under wu dung chuan. Three of wu dung
Tokusaburo in 1901, but his true martial calling trace their lineage back to daito-ryu. Conflicting ... chuan’s better-known styles are tai chi (taiji), hsing-i
began in 1911 when he learned daito-ryu (xing yi) and baguazhang (also Romanized pa kua ...
aikijujutsuunder ...  
 
 

  Bando Bersilat Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu  


Bando, banshay, lethwei and naban are some of the The Malays from Yunnan, China, first appeared in Borneo circa Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a martial art and combat sport
fighting arts you’ll find in Burma (renamed Myanmar 3000 B.C. and had established dynasties in Indonesia and that teaches a smaller person how to defend himself
in 1989). They are collectively called thaing and are Malaysia by A.D. 100 to 200. Persia opened trade routes with against a larger adversary by using leverage and
considered by the Burmese to be indigenous arts. the Malays in A.D. 226. Soon, visiting Indian religious priests proper technique. The Gracie family, the founders of
However, because Burma borders India and China, arrived from Kerala, India. China’s Sui and Tang dynasties (A.D. BJJ, modified judo and traditional Japanesejujutsu to
martial historians believe that Indians and Chinese 581-907) traded with Sumatra. ... create the art. It contains stand-up maneuvers, but it
have ... is most ...
 
   

  Capoeira Chin-na Dragon Kung Fu  


In 1405, Chinese admiral Zheng He set sail from There are four types of Chinese martial arts that are The origins of dragon kung fu or dragon fist are not
China to East Africa with 28,000 men aboard 62 increasingly categorized into increasing levels of difficulty to well-known, but the movements derive from the
treasure ships (each larger than a football field). At master: shuai jiao, chin-na, wai chuenand chigong. Chin-na Shaolin martial arts as one of the five animal styles of
each stop, Zheng He would leave warriors and (“seize and break”; Cantonese:kahm nah) isn’t an individual kung fu that originated from the 18 Buddhist Fists
laymen to live with native cultures. His last stop was style of Chinese martial arts. It’s a collection of kung fu created by Indian Buddhist monk Ta Mo
Angola, Africa. Chinese warriors lived with the techniques ... (Bodhidharma). The dragon style has roots in hakka
coastal natives. Decades later, Portuguese slave ... chuen, a style of kung fu from the Hakka ...
 
   

  Escrima Hapkido Hsing-i Chuan  


On April 28, 1521, when Ferdinand Magellan waded Hapkido is a Korean martial art that is written with the same Hsing-i chuan is one of the major Chinese internal
onto shore of one of the 7000-plus Philippine islands three Chinese characters as aikido.Hapkido’s techniques, styles of Wu Dung. Although some historians believe
in the name of Spanish King Charles I, Chief Raja however, bear little resemblance to aikido’s. Although Choi Song dynasty Gen. Yue Fei (1103-1142) created hsing-i
Lapulapu killed Ferdinand Magellan with a Yong-sul is credited with founding hapkido, it’s probably more chuan, others credit Ji Ji-ke (aka Ji Long-feng; 1588-
Philippinekampilan dagger by slicing his leg, then accurate to say that hapkido arose from a collaborative effort 1662) with creating the style based on the
thrusting the dagger into his throat. In response, the among a small group ... movements of his famous spear skills. Ji Ji-ke stressed
Spanish conquerors forbid the ... that the body’s ...
 
   

  Iaido Judo Jujitsu  


Iaido was largely influenced by Hayashinizaki Jinsuke Derived from his study of jujutsu, Jigoro Kano created judo as a Jujutsu is the art of gentle and supple yielding
Shigenobu (1546-1621) who coined the martial sport usable for self-defense. In 1882, Jigoro Kano wherein a person uses an opponent’s energy against
termiaijutsu, the first Japanese art of sword drawing. founded the Kodokan Judo Institute as the governing body for him. Some historians consider jujutsu to have evolved
Created by Nakayama Hakudo in the 1930s, iaido judo. Judo became an Olympic sport at the 1964 Summer among the samurai between the eighth and 16th
literally means “the way of mental presence and Olympics in Tokyo. When judo was advertised in the United centuries as an unarmed fighting style. Kicks and
immediate reaction” but is now known as “the way of States during the 1960s and 1970s ... punches would have little effect if a warrior lost his
sword drawing.” Although ... sword and had to defeat an ...
 
   

  Kalaripayit Kapu Kuialua Karate  


The first written records of Indian combat appeared When Tahitian immigrants arrived on the Hawaiian Islands in After Okinawan King Sato paid tribute to China’s Ming
in the Lotus Sutra (600-500 B.C.), in which it was 1300, they introduced the mentality of war and a caste system. dynasty in 1372, trade was opened between the two
written that nata (a form of boxing) was learned After centuries of warfare that erupted between the various countries. In 1392, 36 Shaolin martial artists from
through dancing. Perhaps the first famous warrior of Hawaiian Islands, the most feared and brutal warriors to arise Fujian province arrived in Okinawa to teach them
India was Gautama Siddartha (aka Buddha), who from this caste system were the Koa. The Koa created the first Chinese martial arts. This led to the development of
was an expert fencer and pugilist and was possibly known Hawaiian martial art of ... Okinawan martial arts that were named after the
schooled in ... villages of their origin—naha-te, ...
 
   

  Kempo Kendo Kenpo  


Kempo (or kenpo) is the Japanese translation of the Twenty years after the ancient Japanese samurai class was According to many martial arts
Chinese words “chuan fa,” which means “martial arts disbanded at the dawn of Japan’s Meiji Restoration (1866- historians, kenpokarate was created by William Kwai
method” or “way” in English. It’s a generic Japanese 1867), there was a resurgence of interest in traditional Sun Chow. From there, it was popularized by Ed
term used to describe Chinese martial arts; it’s Japanese sword arts that led to the creation of kendo. In 1886, Parker first in Hawaii and, later, on the American
similar to the way Westerners use kung fu as an the Japanese police began gathering forms mainland. Although it’s often categorized as an
umbrella term for Chinese martial arts. ... from kenjutsu schools that were famous before ... American martial art, the style’s name is written with
the same Chinese characters as chuan fa, a ...
   
 

  Kung Fu Kung Fu Animals Kung Fu San Soo  


Kung fu (Mandarin: gung fu; Cantonese: gong fu) is a Although some animal kung fu styles, like the 10,000 bee Kung fu san soo is a southern Chinese martial art
Western- catchall term for the Chinese martial arts. technique, originated from animal confrontations or animal- based on the 5 Family Fist style and brought to
Literally translated, kung fu means “work hard,” related work (like the fish gate style, which features America by Chinese immigrant Jimmy Haw Woo
which is why people who work hard are described as movements based on the way fishermen cast their nets), most (1901-1991; Mandarin: Chen Shou-jue) in 1962. Kung
having a lot of “kung fu.” While the martial arts have evolved by mimicking the movements and postures animals fu san soo’s philosophy holds that there are no rules
existed in China since 2600 B.C., the foundation for ... display in combative situations. In the mid-1600s, Shaolin ... in any fight. Intended to be a “common sense” martial
art, kung fu san soo teaches ...
   
 

  Kyokushin Lima Lama Monkey Kung Fu  


The kanji lettering used to spell kyokushin can be Lima lama is a martial art that originated on the South Pacific Even though monkey kung fu is recognized as being
translated as “society for the ultimate truth,” which island of Samoa. Derived from the created by Kou Sze in the late 1800s in China, its roots
reflects founder Masutatsu Oyama’s belief that words “lima” and “malamalama,” meaning “five fingers of can be traced back to the mi hou wu dance of the Han
traditional karateka were becoming soft, missing the understanding and intelligence,” lima lama symbolically dynasty (206 B.C.-220 A.D.). During his 10-year
forceful combative nature of the true art. means “hands of wisdom.” Founder Tu’umamao “Tino” sentence for murder, Kou Sze watched a monkey
Kyokushin’s philosophy centers on discipline and Tuiolosega practiced ... colony from his cell in a forest-based prison. After
self-improvement, which ... studying the monkeys’ behavior, ...
 
   

  Muay Thai Ninjutsu Pentjak Silat  


To Westerners, Thai martial arts is Thai kickboxing Ninjutsu is a systemized Japanese martial art used for the The Indonesian martial art of pentjak silat is little
or, as it is more commonly known, muay specific purpose of espionage. The art was practiced by known outside its country of origin. Practitioners of
Thai.However, muay Thai is technically not a martial the shinobi or ninja that rose to prominence during Japan’s the art attribute historic victories against Holland and
art. Instead, it is a sport that’s been around since Sengoku period (1467-1573; aka Warring States period). Japan to pentjak silat’s mystical practice of
1930. Its techniques are taken from the more lethal However, the origin of ninjutsu is just as secretive as the men channeling tenaga dalam (the Indonesian version of
art ofmuay boran, which originated from the older who practiced the art. One ... Chinese chi kung). Several legends dictate that
fighting style of ling ... women ...
 
   

  Praying Mantis Kung Fu Sambo Sanshou  


According to Chinese lore, when Shaolin monk Wang From Russian tribes’ heritage of combat sports evolved a Sanshou (aka sanda; “unsanctioned fighting”) is a
Lung, spurned by a recent combative loss, was martial art called systema. Systema was created by the Chinese martial art that arose in 1924 because of the
studying his Buddhist texts, he was disturbed by the Cossacks in A.D. 948 and is thought to originate from Hun and superior close-quarters-combat skills of the Japanese
sound of a praying mantis attacking a cricket. Mongolian invasions and is thus likely influenced by Chinese soldiers over their inadequate Russian counterparts
Astonished by how easily the mantis defeated its martial arts. Systema formed the foundation for the art during the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905). The new
prey, Wang Lung prodded the mantis with a piece of ofsambo, which arose after the ... Soviet power developed intense hand-to-hand
straw and observed how the insect jumped back and combat training ...
...  
 
 

  Shaolin Kung Fu Shotokan Taekwondo  


Although martial arts have been documented in In 1921, Gichin Funakoshi (1868-1957) introduced Okinawan The term taekwondo was coined in 1955 by South
China since 2600 B.C., the source of today’s martial karate to Japan. Gichin Funakoshi developed his simpler style Korean Gen. Choi Hong-hi and thus he was
arts originate from A.D. 527, when Indian monk Ta of karate from studying the Okinawan karate styles of shorei- controversially credited as the art’s founder. The art
Mo (Bodhidharma) arrived at Shaolin in Henan ryu and shorin-ryu. In 1939, Gichin Funakoshi built his first draws from Japanese karate and Korea’s oldest
province. Before his arrival, the Shaolin monks official karate dojo in the Mejiro neighborhood of Toshima in martial art, taekkyon. Taekwondo was born of power
practiced Taoism and meditation. Ta Mo found the Tokyo. He ... struggles. Along with Nam Tae-hi and Han Cha-kyo,
monks to be lacking physical ability stating, “The ... Gen. Choi Hong-hi adopted the ...
 
   

  Tai Chi Tang Soo Do Tiger Kung Fu  


After Shaolin monk Zhang San-feng left Shaolin, he During Korea’s Three Kingdom period (Koguryo, Paechta and While tiger kung fu was one of the original five
ended up living in the Wu Dung Mountains and Silla kingdoms; 57 B.C. - A.D. 668), the Chinese Tang dynasty animal styles of Shaolin, it wasn't until around 1758
developed a new school of martial arts called wu helped the Silla defeat the Japanese-backed Paechta kingdom. when tiger kung fu (hu chuan) gained martial fame via
dung (Cantonese: wu tang.) As legend goes, Zhang To honor the Tang dynasty, the Silla created the martial Hong Xi-guan, one of the Ten Tigers of Shaolin kung
San-feng saw a crane fighting a snake. The snake arttangsu (Chinese hand) that was then taught to Korea’s fu. Hong Xi-guan further developed tiger kung fu by
used soft coiling motions to ward off the bird’s renowned Hwarang warriors. In 1945, ... incorporating the tiger’s vicious breaking, ripping and
attacks, and the crane used its ... tearing techniques ...
 
   

  White Crane Kung Fu Wing Chun XMA  


White-crane kung fuis one of the five animal styles Wing chun (aka ving tsun; Mandarin: yong chuin) is a Chinese Xtreme Martial Arts, the brainchild of Mike
found in the Shaolin martial arts. However, other martial art that arose soon after the burning of the Song Shan Chaturantabut, is an entertainment brand of martial
styles of white crane have arisen independently of Shaolin Temple circa 1735. Because of a lack of written arts that combines martial arts techniques, acrobatics
Shaolin. After Ah Dat-ta became a Buddhist lama historical records, wing chun’s origins are still heavily debated. and gymnastics. With an emphasis on performance,
monk in 1450s Tibet, he retreated to the mountains One story states that Shaolin monk Zhi Shan and Shaolin hero XMA focuses on the flashy martial arts movements
and created a style of white-crane kung fu based on Hong ... seen in the Chinese martial arts films of the early
what he learned from watching a fight ... 1980s. It also taps into the quick, whippy ...