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Sparring

Sparring is the physical application of offensive and defensive techniques gained from patterns and other fundamental exercises against a moving opponent or opponents. The two most common forms of sparring are set-sparring and free sparring.

Set-sparring can incorporate many offensive and defensive techniques. There are various subdivisions but all involve one partner executing either one or a series of offensivetechniques and the other partner using the appropriate defensive techniques.

Free sparring is more common and is the more popular side of Tae Kwon-do. It is used in competitions and only allows techniques to be executed above the waist and to the front part of the body. In the U.K the semi-contact style is the most common where techniques score points if they are executed to within 2cm of the opponent and were not blocked. Light pads are worn for safety.

In other countries and the Olympics the full contact style is used and heavy body armour is necessary.

The disadvantage of sparring is that only a fraction of techniques are legal so many techniques useful for self-defence cannot be practised.

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chinese martial arts

 

Chinese martial arts

Kung Fu - Source Wikipedia The free Encyclopedia

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ancient weapons

 
  Ancient weapons
 

  Weapons

     The Old Kingdom had soldiers equipped with a great variety of weapons: shields, spears, cudgels, maces, daggers, bows and arrows. Quivers and battle axes came into use before the second Intermediary Period, which was a time of revolution in the Egyptian martial arts. The earliest metal arrowheads date from the 11th dynasty (ca.2000 BCE), made of copper hardened by hammering.
 
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Gungdo - Korean Archery

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Roman military equipment

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list of martial arts weapons

 

List of martial arts weapons

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