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Thailand this month hosted the first Asian Martial Arts Games with the aim of raising interest and national pride in the Asian fighting sports.
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Asian Martial Arts Games add allowance athletes more than 4 million baht with a proposed meeting soon while "Tony Ja" who is an famous artist of Thailand said even the competition have to put off but ready for the openning ceremony. Mr.Werasuk Kosurut former Minister of Sports said when this game have to putt off there are more time to preparation.Believe that this game will go through well.
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Chinese Kung fu styles are mainly classified into two categories, internal kung fu or soft school of kung fu and external kung fu or hard school of kung fu. And there is also a hybrid variety of styles which consist of both internal and external, we call it as chinese hybrid system of kung fu.
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BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art and combat sport that focuses on grappling and especially ground fighting. It is a derivative of early 20th century Kodokan Judo, which was itself then a recently-developed system (founded in 1882), based on multiple schools (or Ryu) of Japanese jujutsu.
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Bando
Bando a self-defense martial art from Burma. The earliest meanings of Bando were "self-discipline, self-development, and self-improvement. Later, it came to mean, "self-protection, or self-defense". Bando includes the empty-hands methods and animal forms: eagle, bull, cobra, panther, monkey, and boar. There are a number of schools and styles.
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Arnis, Escrima, Kali - Deadly Arts of the Phillipines
The Filipino martial arts are called Arnis, Escrima or Kali and the three styles are essentially the same. Filipino martial arts (FMA) emphasize the ability to fight equally well empty handed and with weapons. The primary weapon of most Filipino Martial Arts are rattan sticks, also called escrima sticks but the arts of Dumog, Panantukan and Sikaran are exclusively empty handed.
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The dates for the first Asian Martial Arts Games in Thailand have been fixed after weeks of discussions between the parties involved. Originally scheduled to take place from April 25-May 3, the Martial Arts Games will now be held from Saturday, August 1, to Sunday, August 9.
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The history of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) goes back through the Gracie family to their original teacher, Mitsuyo Maeda (Conde Coma) and his training in the Kodokan, the home of Judo. First, a brief history of the creation and evolution of Judo.
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Bando a self-defense martial art from Burma. The earliest meanings of Bando were "self-discipline, self-development, and self-improvement".

Later, it came to mean, "self-protection, or self-defense". Bando includes the empty-hands methods and animal forms: eagle, bull, cobra, panther, monkey, and boar.
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In a large city in a distant part of the country a daimyo of great wealth and power ruled over the people, and was both envied, hated, loved and respected for his actions and his decrees. Some considered him a fair and loving lord, while others thought of him as power-hungry daimyo with the only interest being the throne of the shogun. As he was fairly new to this part of the country, however, most people shrugged it off with the explanation, that the daimyo was still merely ignorant and unversed in the ways of the local traditions.
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After taking into consideration the prevailing political situation in Bangkok, Kingdom of Thailand, the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) in consultation with the Bangkok Asian Martial Arts Games Organizing Committee (BAMAGOC) and the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of Thailand has decided to postpone the Ist Asian Martial Arts Games as well as the 28th OCA General Assembly scheduled to be held in Bangkok from 25th April to 3rd May 2009. 
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Judo History
Judo, which means "The Gentle Way", is a Japanese martial art based upon the ancient techniques of jujutsu. Dr. Jigoro Kano, President of the University of Education in Tokyo, developed judo in 1882. Dr. Kano, who had studied jujutsu in his youth, incorporated the best of these ancient techniques into the new art of Judo. Dr. Kano subsequently founded the Kodokan in Tokyo, Japan as an place to teach his new art.
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The left hook is the most difficult punch to learn correctly. It should never be used as a lead punch, only when actual openings are present.

1. This is usually thrown from a close position after a left jab or a right hand.
2. Use the left foot and hip to pivot or turn your body while bringing up the elbow to a horizontal position.
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For the beginner, this will be your power punch because it is delivered with the weight of the body.

1. The right is normally thrown after the left jab.
2. Throw the right from the face and bring the right elbow up to about shoulder level.
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1. Throw it from the head.
2. Keep your elbow down.
3. Snap the arm forward at the elbow joint.
4. Push the left shoulder forward by pushing
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This is the most important punch in boxing. The purpose of the left jab is to keep your opponent on the defense and to accumulate points. If you are keeping a jab in your opponents face, he will have to concern himself with defense which will afford him less time to work on his offense (hitting you in the nose).
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Many people are unaware of the fact that there are different types of flexibility. These different types of flexibility are grouped according to the various types of activities involved in athletic training. The ones which involve motion are called dynamic and the ones which do not are called static. The di erent types of flexibility (according to Kurz) are:
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BASIC TERMS:
Soto-------->Out
Uchi-------->In
Tsuki------->Punching
Teisho------>Palm Heel
Nami Ashi--->Inside Foot
Uriken------>Back Fist
Tettsui----->Bottom Fist
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Back Stance - Side View

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Cat Stance - Front View

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The Thai Cabinet together with the Olympic Council of Asia made an announcement during the 52nd OCA Executive Board Meeting in Bangkok for Thailand to host the 1st Asian Martial Art Games 2009 during 25 April - 3 May, 2009. This Asian Martial Art Games is the latest games set up by the Olympic Council of Asia. In order for this event to be a success, a number of committees have been established in which the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has been appointed as the Committee for Public Relations.
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WARM-UP
It is very important that all athletes take at least 10 to 15 minutes to thoroughly stretch ALL of the major muscle groups (arms, legs, back, abdomen, etc.) before working out. A flexible muscle is less likely to cramp or pull. Remember that flexibility is just as important as power.
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Boxing teacher

Kru Muay

Teacher accepts new student

Khuen Kroo

Respect to teacher

Wai Kru

Promote

Jad

Anklet

Aenken

Block

Bat

To kick

Dtae

To hit

Dtee

Throw

Ting

To box / boxing

Dtoi

Shadow boxing

Dtoi Lom

To thrash

Faad

To duck

Lop

To dodge/evade

Pang nga

Left/to left

Saai

Right/to right

Kwaa

Camp

Kai

Boxing Camp

Kai Muay

Boxing Stadium

Sanam Muay

Professional boxing

Muay acheep

Novice bout

Gawn welaa

International boxing

Muay sakon

Main bout

Koo ek

Ring ropes

Sangwien

Weight category

Run

Rating

Andap

Jump

Kradot

Referee

Gamagan

Break (referee)

Yaek

Judging

Gaan Dadsin

To judge/decide

Dadsin

Champion

Champ

Boxer

Nak Muay

Fight

Chok

Box up

Mud Soei

Red corner

Faidaeng

Blue corner

Fainamnerng

Boxer's shorts

Gangkeng Muay

Gloves

Nuam

Fight music

Dontree Muay

Groin guard

Grajaab

Weight

Namnak

Punching

Garsawb

Ring of Charms

Kruang ruang

Ceremonial headband

Mongkon

Ring

Weh tee

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Hello

Sa wadee

Goodbye

La kon

Good morning

Aroon sa wadee

Good evening

Sayan sa wadee

Good night

Ra tree sa wadee

My name is

Chan shue

Thanks, very much

Khob chai mark

You are welcome

Khob ton rub tharn

You are welcome

Tharn sa bi dee rhuee

I speak English

Chan pood dai tae pasa Anglish

I can't speak Thai

Chan ma chark saha rat

Please speak more slowly

Prode pood hai sah kwa nee

I don't understand

Chan mai khao chai

Can you help me

Shuay chan noi doi ma

I am from the U.S.

Chan ma chark saha rat

How do you say

Tharn wa yarng rai?

What time is it

We la tao rai

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AERO KICKBOXING

Definition of Aero-Kickboxing
Aero Kickboxing is a sort of training exercise including aerobic and kickboxing techniques. The performer uses techniques coming only from kickboxing “repertoire” to specifically selected music. The variation in the program can be combined with a kind of Fitness program. The choice of the music is personal. These rules are meant for aero kickboxing competition only.
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"Dachi" or "Tachi" means stance in Japanese, and describes primarily the position of the feet in various Karate stances. Stances are very important in delivering power and also quick responses in various situations and are thus emphasis in Kihon (basic training). Strong stances can give a smaller person a significant advantage over a larger attacker.
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Karate is usually taught using the original Japanese terms, and that includes counting in Japanese. The second syllable is slightly suppressed, so "Ichi" becomes phonetically more like "itch!" and "Roku" sounds more like "Rokk".
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History of Krav Maga and it's Founder Imi Lichtenfeld

The history of Krav Maga is linked to the development of the state of Israel's military forces and life of the founder, Imi Lichtenfeld. As told, development of the state of Israel and the need for the Israeli military to protect its country in one of the worlds most hostile areas, gave base for creating Krav Maga.
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Breaking is a martial arts skill, honed in art form, which is used in competition, testing and demonstration. The striking surface is usually a bare hand or a foot, but may also be a head, fingertip, toe, knuckle, elbow or knee.

The most common object is a wooden boards. But it is also to break other objects which include items like stones, blocks of ice, concrete blocks, bricks, baseball bats and more.
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Position 2:

Hold the tonfa by its end. In this position the tonfa is used as a club or hammer.


Position 3:

Hold the tonfa at its top. In this position the tonfa is used as a stick and is very effective for chokes and pressure points.
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Position I (basic position):

Hold the tonfa by its handle, below the forearm. Be sure to lock the thumb over the fingers and keep the wrist straight so that the tonfa stays down on the forearm.
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