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  • Kung Fu Yin Yang
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    Christian Estrada March 22, 1996 Literature- 07 Biography Report Bruce Lee Introduction Bruce Lee was born in the Chinese year of the dragon, in the hour of the dragon on November 27, 1940. From the beginning, it was obvious he was a remarkable and unique child with tremendous energy. His mother named him Lee Jun Fan, which meant "return again. " She felt he would return to the United States where he was born while his parents were on tour with the Cantonese opera. A nurse suggested he be called...
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  • Second World War Tae Kwon
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    The history of the development of Tae Kwon Do spans thousands of years through periods of innovation and, unfortunately, repression. Tae Kwon Do, translated literally, means the "art of kicking and punching. " Tae Kwon Do developed as a native Korean combat form that emphasizes kicking, punching, blocking, and jumping, as well as mental discipline. This martial art form exists as a system for training the mind and the body, emphasizing the development of a strong moral character. Tae Kwon Do pra...
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  • Hand To Hand Combat Martial Arts
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    Judo had its origin in the ancient Japanese art of bujutsu, a system of hand-to-hand combat. The bushi of feudal Japan (samurai) are usually credited for developing bujutsu (at their time the art was known as York kumi-uchi, a grappling method for fighters fully clad in Japanese armor). However, the Nihon Show (the Chronicle of the Japanese nation) documents public unarmed competitions (hilary-karate) dating back to 230 B. C. Bujutsu has been known by several names throughout Japanese history: t...
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  • Is There A Best Martial Arts Style
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    Everything in todays society is very fast-paced. No one these days has any time to do anything unless it is done within a few minutes to an hour. Technology is trying to make all things simpler for people, even with getting people into shape. Enhanced weight training machines are more used now than free weights, dietary supplements are used to artificially increase a persons health, and certain drinks these days enhance muscle and athletic performance. Even in the martial arts world many changes...
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  • Is There A Best Martial Arts Style
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    ... master a style means to know every little detail about every move in that particular style, and to know every variation to those moves. To master a style the student also must know all the training techniques by heart (River 55). Kung Fu is a style that can take years and years to master (Chin, Goh). Sometimes a person will spend their whole life trying to master this style and not even succeed in mastering kung fu (Gutman 33). One of the main reasons that it takes years to learn kung fu is ...
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  • Tae Kwon Do Vs Aerobic Kickboxing
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    Have you been searching for a modernistic style of workout? Perhaps you would like to receive more visible results than your current work out. Have you ever considered an exercise program that combines a heart racing, aerobic style work out, with characteristics of martial arts form? There are two very clear and competitive options available: Tae Kwon Do and aerobic kickboxing such as Tae Bo or There are many choices of aerobic work outs. It all depends on which is suitable for the individuals i...
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  • Kung Fu Hong Kong
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    Bruce Lee. Its one of the most recognizable names in the world. Many people know that Lee was a budding motion picture star at the time of his death. Others recognize Lee for his great foresight and innovative contributions to the martial arts. But few people know of Lees tumultuous struggle to overcome racism and bridge the gap between White and Asian Americans. Lee was actually born in America. The year was 1940, the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese calendar. His parents were touri...
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  • Art Of War 6 Th Century
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    Book Report (1) In order to kill the enemy, our men must be roused to anger; that there may be advantage from defeating the enemy, they must have their rewards - this is one of the most famous quotations from the book The Art of War by Sun Tzu, written in sixth century B. C. This book has repeatedly being recalled as the ultimate collection of military wisdom by the historians and military leaders, throughout the world. I have always being fascinated by military romanticism, therefore, it came q...
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  • Kung Fu Martial Arts
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    Martial art The viewpoint and traditions of martial arts is gorgeous all over world. In modern times, various forms of self-defense, usually weapon less, based on techniques developed in ancient China, India, and Tibet, has come into extensive use for self-protection, as spirited sports, and for exercise. Many martial arts are too sturdily based on Eastern mysticism to fully allow it to be divorced. An important point to realize that to learn martial arts must not be learned so as to cause bodil...
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  • Martial Arts Martial Artists
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    ... is a superb instructional tool for beginners because it teaches students the significance of position and places a value on each movement. It will also encourage safe daily practice that allows them to train more and get better quicker. This sport is a nice medium between going nuts and idealistic supportive training. Although participation in Asian martial arts has gained a measure of fame in North America (Cox, 1993), the meaning of these arts in North American contexts is unclear (Columbu...
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  • Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon Crouching Tiger Hidden Movie
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    Response Paper I have been a fan of martial arts movies since the late Bruce Lee so I figured Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, even though it was the winner of four academy awards, would just be another attempt to make a poor example of a kung fu movie that lacked culture and poor acting. Acting, scenery, choreography, and story line made this an incredibly good movie. The movie features subtitles which I was impressed to see most foreign movies have overdubbed voice which takes away from the orig...
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  • York Mcgraw Hill Kung Fu
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    Everything in today? s society is very fast-paced. No one these days has any time to do anything unless it is done within a few minutes to an hour. Technology is trying to make all things simpler for people, even with getting people into shape. Enhanced weight training machines are more used now than free weights, dietary supplements are used to artificially increase a person? s health, and certain drinks these days enhance muscle and athletic performance. Even in the martial arts world many cha...
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  • People Of China Martial Arts
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    Salzman, M. , (1986). Iron and Silk. New York: Random House. This book was given to me by a good friend who knew that I had an interest in Asia. I chose to read it because it was a true story and was told that it was a good read. The author travels to China as an English teacher for the Hunan Medical School. There he stayed for two years picking up many anecdotes along the way. The author already had spent a large amount of his life studying Chinese language and the martial arts. However, when h...
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  • Martial Arts Tokugawa Period
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    In Japan, especially during the earlier periods of Japanese history such as the Tokugawa, physical adeptness was much revered and valued. This was mainly because of the fact that these strengths were the basis on which much of the population depended upon for survival during these fairly turbulent periods. Throughout time, Japan has been a very organized and scrupulous society, and even its style of physical combat has been sorted into specific categories according to what particular method is b...
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  • Style Of Jujitsu Art Of Sumo Techniques
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    The Martial Arts of Japan The martial arts have influenced Japan in many ways. Many of these arts have been passed down from ancient times and are still even practiced today. In my report, I will examine the major Japanese arts and tell how they have influenced Japan. First, however, I will give a little background for these arts. The original word for Japanese martial arts was bututs, or art of the military. This had more to do with physical techniques than philosophical and mental. The physica...
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  • Kung Fu Hip Hop
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    Rain Jet Li Jet Li Rain Noe from Asian Avenue. com writes, When he speaks, he co-articulates with frenetic gestures as if explaining something to a deaf person with ADD Though not a native English speaker, he can fit three words where others fit one, just as he can throw three kicks before the bad guy has finished threatening him. Rain is talking about the newcomer Li Lian Jie, or as many of you know better Jet Li. He is an actor and a martial artist. His first role in American films was in the ...
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  • Overcome An Opponent Forms Of Martial Arts Jujitsu
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    To a person not conversant with this art, Jujitsu may be considered as a foul or derogatory term in Japanese. However, Jujitsu us one of the most effective and deadly forms of martial arts taught today. Unique among other forms of combat, Jujitsu holds the position of a parent art, of from which other forms of martial arts such as Aikido, Judo and several Karate styles were extracted. Jujitsu is a combination of all levels of combat. It incorporates chokes, striking, grappling, nerve and pressur...
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  • World War Ii Martial Arts
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    One of the most underrated and misunderstood of all film genres, the martial-arts film is also one of the most popular among the movie-going masses and encompasses several sub-genres: kung fu, judo, ninja, and karate action flicks, samurai epics, the Asian fantasy and modern-day &# 34; new wave&# 34; gun-action violence of directors like John Woo, the acrobatic action / comedy antics of the talented Jackie Chan, and the historical epic as reinterpreted by Tsui Hark. The Orient has always seemed ...
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  • Kung Fu Martial Arts
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    ME 10. 20. 96. BTHS CB Martial Arts To follow is my report on martial arts in Asia. This a very interesting subject, and a very good report. It will describe martial arts and some types of martial arts. It will also say where they originated from. The term martial arts is a general term used to describe general types of fighting. Most martial arts practised today came from China, Japan, and Korea. There are hundreds of types of martial arts, each divided into specific styles or systems. Technica...
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  • Martial Arts Martial Artists
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    Martial Arts Mysticism: An Extended Definition of What the Martial Arts Are and Are Not. The term martial art is used in Western society to describe a wide variety of Asian combative systems and sports. The word martial, in martial arts, is derived from the name of the ancient Roman god of war, Mars. The Asian martial arts are grounded in a rich heritage of blood and honor, and they have a great deal to offer serious students. Unfortunately, in most modern schools that heritage has been lost. Sa...
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