Wednesday, December 29, 2010

another world

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the world is not enough

Sunday, December 12, 2010

baby playing blackberry

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baby playing blackberry

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Monday, December 6, 2010

10 Main Martial Art in the World

10. Judo, Japan

Judo is found or established by Kano Jigoro, who often disturbed in his childhood, about 1860 to 1870. By taking a variety of martial arts that develop basic skills, Kano added techniques to create Judo throws. Judo is the meaning of the word "gentle way", which means kira2 use force against his own opponent. Because of this principle, then the Judoka did not need to be stronger than his opponent. The main focus of judo is throwing and locks the ground, rather than hitting or attacking.

9. Aikido, Japan

Aikido was introduced in the early 1900s, with his followers learn to use the power and energy to bring down their opponents. The students are taught to keep the attacker, and are taught to stifle without wounding. Use of weapons is also frequently found in aikido, and his followers are taught to defend against sticks, swords and even knives. Aikido founder, Morihei Ueshiba, saying that to be successful Aikido followers, the disciples must "receive 99% of opponent's attack and stare face death without fear."

8. Krav Maga, Israel

Israeli president must guard martial, martial arts is without rules, and hard. Martial arts has never been trained for the sport, because benar2 intended to destroy the attacker by focusing on the opponent's vital areas, such as the groin and eyes, and even allows the use of the head as a weapon and other objects as weapons. Martial approach is divided in three steps: to face threats, prevent the opponent to make a second attack, and neutralize opponents.

7. Jujutsu, Japan

When the Japanese samurai lose all the weapons, they will switch to the use of Jujutsu (soft art). Jujutsu evolved with a focus on throws, locks and overthrow themselves. But unlike other martial arts, Jujutsu moving more into "any kind can". Traditionally, students are taught a variety of tactics "cheating" such as striking the eye, bite, which if used dengna right, can kill the opponent. Martial arts is very effective when used on a short-range combat.

6. Ninjutsu, Japan

This mysterious martial arts used by the killer and Japanese guerrilla fighters. Ninjitsu teaches a variety of ways to surprise your opponent and beat your opponent, with the direction of development for the kill. In addition to the feet, hands, different weapons are taught as well, including slip and escape techniques effectively.

5. Tae-kwondo, Korea

Te-kwondo has the meaning "way of fist and foot", the martial arts thrive in the era after World War II, when Japan end the occupation of Korea. Is renowned for its martial arts kicks are astonishing, and merge between physical ability and mental strength. Pemengang black belt in martial arts to reach 3 million people around the world.

4. Kung fu, Chinese

Chinese martial search this means literally: Success was achieved with a severe and long road, and merupakaan oldest martial arts in the world. Since introduced by Emperor Huangti, 2.698 BC, has grown to tens of thousands of Kungfu flow. Traditionally, the martial arts taught by Shaolin monks, with the main emphasis on morality and philosophy, where the value of humility, trust, and patience, and respect are emphasized.

3. Karate, Japan

Derived from the word meaning "empty hand", karate was introduced as a martial art without a weapon. Various techniques of Karate is expected to begin in 1300's, although the author of "10 precepts of Karate", Anko Itosu, the father of modern karate, wrote the book in 1908. "Karate is a technique that changed hands and feet into spears" writes Anko. In a book written by Anko, karate can be used as, "... how to avoid a fight if confronted by criminals."

2. Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Brazil
Although established in Brazil, the founder of this martial is Mitsuyo Maeda, a fighter from Japan, who won more than 2000 games and is considered the most powerful man. Maeda met Gracie family in Japan in 1914, and since then also regarded as the Gracie family's first family of martial arts. Emphasis on the throw and Groundwork make this sport popular among users of sports mix

1. Muay Thai, Thailand


Very similar to kickboxing, but the difference, blows below the belt, elbows and knees and all may be used. Muay Thay once predicted difficult birth when exactly when, but the various elements of the martial arts martial arts can be found in Japan and India. The popularity of the martial arts began to emerge in the 1800s. Traditionally, martial arts is highly structured, with various rituals that demonstrate respect for the opponent. Now the martial arts is more focused as the use of the body as a weapon, fists, shins, elbows, knees, and various other things to defeat the opponent. This is what makes this martial precious, because every body part can be used as a weapon.