International Combat Martial Arts Encyclopedia
Styles and Systems in International Combat Martial Arts
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Translation: Fighting way of Black Panther
Founder: Rizwan Hussain
Year of creation: 2006
Goals: It is one of the most complete and useful arts for both health and self-defense.
Background of system: Black Panther and fighting techniques and different martial arts styles: North Wushu Kung Fu, Choy Lay Fut. Kung Fu, Jeet Kune Do, Thi Chi Quain, Chan Thi chi Bok May Kung Fu, Toung Young, Old Greek Martial Arts style Pangration.
Description: Bredan Fou highlights relaxed, inner power rather than strong, muscular force. This is not just more useful (giving the smaller person an advantage) but is better for the practitioner's wellbeing. Bredan Fou Martial Arts forms are circular, strong and as beautiful to watch as they are effective in contest. They usually contain over 150 movements, each one having a practical purpose in self-defense. Bredan Fou Martial Arts forms done at full speed provide an excellent cardiovascular workout. BredanFou Martial Arts includes a wide range of techniques, such as , lethal pressure point attacks, joint locks long and short range punches, kicks, sweeps ,takedowns and grappling. Bredan Fou also uses traditional Martial Arts weapons, but Weapon’s Techniques is new but very effective and useful. Bredan Fou a hard martial arts style.
Ben Do Sool
Name of style: Ben Do Sool School of Martial Arts
Translation: Ben Do Sool –The fighting skill and weapon technique. Which means not only weapons, but empty hand and power fist are weapons; implying that every move is a weapon. The “Do” meaning is different than in Tang Soo Do
Founder: Soke Grandmaster Gregory Benjamin
Year of creation: 1983
Logo meaning: The Dragons represent wisdom and power. The Swords represent the weapons training that will be taught. Black represents death; it is a tribute to those who have given their lives for our freedom. Blue represents our freedom. White represents purity of mind, heart, body, and spirit. Gold represents the master. The fist represents power and being immovable.
Style motto: “Our Warrior Code” Be better today than you were yesterday.
Goals: To help youth mature into not just great martial artist but great men and women. To also help men and women learn self-defense, and combative tactics.
Background of system: Do Hap Sool, Military, Tang Soo Do, Aikido, and Tae Kwon Do.
Description: Ben Do Sool’s unique aspects are its self-defense tactics, weapons and its close quarter’s techniques. Ben Do Sool is an art depicted on its circular movement, flowing motion and its animal forms. Soke Benjamin’s philosophy with the movements of this art is that a fight should not last longer than one minute.
Budo Shinobi Ryu Ninjutsu
Founder: Adalberto Gonçalves dos Santos Junior
Year established: 2009
TAI JUTSU. Unarmed combat, or melee combat, this part is called Ninpo Tai Jutsu
KOPPO TAI JUTSU. Breaking Techniques
ATEMI JUTSU. Attacks on vital points of the body
JUHAKEI BUGEI - weapons training Tanbo, bô, Tanto, Manriki kusari, Torinawa, kaginawa, Shiriken e Tetsubishi, Nunchaku, Tonfa, Tonfa, Te kagi e Ashiko,, Sai, Kama, Kusarigama,Kyoketsu shoge, Yari, Naginata, Ninjato, Yume.
KENJUTSU. Treinamento com ninjato – espada
BO JUTSU. Training with wooden stick – Bo. Treimamento with sticks, and in our style of work with two: Tanba (short stick 50cm and Bo (long stick 80cm).
KUSARI NO JUTSU, Techniques using current and weapons that made up for them. Ex Kusari Fundo
SO JUTSU. Training with Lance. We use the Yari climbing missions.
TANUKE GAKURE NO JUTSU. Techniques for climbing trees, fences, walls, and others. Also using weapons such as Shuko and Ashiko.
SHURIKEN JUTSU. Using slides, as the goal of distraction and even kill the enemy with or without penetration as pitches, courts or even poisoning (Doku no Jutsu).
NAWANUKE NO JUTSU. Using ropes in combat
SUIREN JUTSU. Fighting techniques into the water.
DOKU NO JUTSU. Art of poisoning. Formerly used in weapons or added directly to the enemy.
HENSO JUTSU. Techniques disguise ° C. The Shinobi had seven ways to disguise such as:
¨ C Samurai
¨ C ¨ C Komuso
¨ C ¨ C akind Merchant
¨ C ¨ C Tsunegata Farmer
¨ C ¨ C Sukke Buddhist Monk
¨ C ¨ C Saruwaka Noh Dancer
¨ C ¨ C Yamabushi Monk Mountains
HYOHAN JUTSU. Art of the embodiment where the ninja takes a picture of someone important to draw their own advantages.
HEIHO NO JUTSU. The study of military strategy has always been connected to the image of Shinobi. Direct result of the teachings of the Art of War, written by the Japanese general Sun Tzu, the spy Ninja always took advantage of the various combat techniques created by the wise old warriors.
KYONEN JUTSU. Exploitation of fears of physical and psychological opponent putting the opponent in doubt their own knowledge.
SAIMIN JUTSU. Concentration techniques and imagery
ONSHIN JUTSU. Art of invisibility ¨ C hide in the shadows, special techniques of displacement moving silently in the daytime and nighttime attacks infiltrating into areas inaccessible or not many groups or even individual.
Web site: http://www.budoshinobiryuninjutsu.com.br
Translation: Hard Contact-Hard Martial Art
Founder: Zdravko Penev
Year of creation: 2009
Logo meaning: Tanajutsu Union
Style motto: Through teaching, I try. Do not want anything other than striving for success.
Goals: Developing the talents of man. Can develop not only as a man well fighter. Can fight in any one hour of battle.
Background of system: Black is bad and red shows our blood and struggle.The more red in a fighter himself, has given more of himself.
Description: Style is characterized by many keys and techniques. Everything with us is diagonal. There are strikes, throws, combat arms and combat on the ground.Compound are all important parts of paint. Most important is the posture that allows stability. Style is a mix between 10 martial arts. But above all collect their spirit and work.
Country: United States
Founder: Zachory Cook (Shodai)
Translation: The Sense of Protecting with Love
Year of Creation: 2011
Goals: To bring the historical philosophical goal of Ninjutsu to the modern era by incorporating the mind, body and spirit of protecting the values of personal growth and development.
Description: Bunanjikan incorporates modern methodology in studying traditional Ninjutsu. It is an American Ninjutsu System. Each classification (basic, intermediate, advanced, etc) is assigned to a ryu (school) charged with introducing and ensuring study mastery of a different philosophical objective. Students must master the applications, theory and philosophy of that ryu in order to advance. While 21 historical areas of study are expored; methods and techniques vary by the culture surrounding the foundation of the system (United States vs Japan). Areas of study that are comparable to historical Ninjutsu include but are not limited to: Unarmed Combat (Taijutsu), Body Movement (Taihenjutsu), Grappling (Jutaijutsu), Staff (Bojutsu), Knife (Tantojutsu), Throwing Blades (Shurinkenjutsu), Leaping (Tobijutsu), Hiding (Impojutsu), Escaping (Hajutsu), Escape and Concealment (Itonjutsu), Observation (Kyomanjutsu), Illusion (Genjutsu), and Disguise and Impersonation (Hensojutsu). While traditional approaches to Ninjutsu emphasized combat preparedness and response; Bunanjikan curricula incorporates community service training (emergency mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery, etc.) so as to further enable ka to protect life, health and safety from natural disasters and emergencies as well. Background
Bunanjikan Ninjutsu integrates methods and techniques from various arts and styles with TokuiDo Martial Arts Science methodology. These systems include but are not limited to: Kenpo, Aikido, Judo, Kajukenbo, Karate, Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Tae Kwon Do, Kickboxing, and Military Unarmed Combat.
Translation: Warrior Gentle Art
Founder: Soke Rick Greene
Year of Creation: August 23, 1986
Goals: Educate the martial arts community.
Background: Comes from several other arts as Combat Jiu-Jitsu & Judo and Yoshin ryu Jujitsu & kenpo Jitsu.
Descripton: Bushi Jujitsu taught at the Agatsu Dojo ran by Soke Rick Greene
The three principles of Bushi Jujitsu are, Position / Control / Submission.
There are 125 basic techniques they come from, Nages / Gatame / Hineris / Atemis / Ashi / Osae / Buruku / Shime.
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