Summary of famous traditional martial arts in the world (Part 2)


With Boxing, you will use a flexible combination of punches with movement of your legs, head and torso.

Boxing is considered a fighting martial art between the two. Starting from the West, learning boxing techniques, you will use a combination of punches flexibly with the movement of your legs, head and torso.

Amateur boxing is also a part of many sports festivals around the world, including the Olympic Games. It is known that boxer Muhammad Ali is a legend of this martial art.


This is a martial art inspired by Japanese martial arts and developed and transformed in Brazil but has gradually become one of the popular mixed martial arts in the martial arts world MMA.

Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) is a martial art used in combat, teaching the weaker to defend and fight the stronger using techniques such as levers and locks. This is a martial art created by Carlos Gracie after Japanese study, Judo and traditional Jiu-Jit su created.


Taekwondo tends to use the feet and lower legs through powerful kicks. North Korea is the nation of Taekwondo and is also the most practiced martial arts (mudo) of this country. It is also one of the most popular sports in the world.

The Japanese propaganda of Karatedo martial arts to Korea during World War II in the 1950s and 1960s. This led many to mistakenly believe that Taekwondo was actually from a Karatedo sect that split and developed into a martial art. And to escape the influence of Karatedo, the masters founded the modern Taekwondo sect.

Taekwondo places more emphasis on the leg strikes and emphasizes the sportiness of the discipline. This martial art has some similarities with Chinese Kungfu and other Korean martial arts such as Tangsudo, Hapkido. However, Taekwondo tends to use the feet and lower legs through powerful kicks.


Taijiquan is actually a traditional martial art of the Chinese nation characterized by extremely flexible, slow-moving movements of the right hand and the harmonization of the breath.