Martialarts originated as ancient combat techniques. Depending on the form, they involve performing technical and often explosive moves such as kicks, punches, and throws; some types use swords, bow and arrow, or other weapons.
In addition to the discipline and physical exercise, martial arts appealed to his technical mind. Thalken, who earned his doctorate in physics from the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences in 2006, began thinking about the ways that skills such as punching and kicking could be improved if fighters better understood their scientific properties
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Research in martial arts biomechanics is expanding, nevertheless it portrays a similar trend that tends to focus on offensive techniques. Supposedly, defensive techniques are of equal importance in martial arts. Therefore, more biomechanics investigations pertaining to defensive techniques in martial arts should be carried out. In addition, the data presented in this review could provide significant knowledge to support future research in martial arts biomechanics
Modern historians of East Asia have noted the seemingly incongruous presence of martial monks in Buddhist monasteries at various moments in Asian history.
Martial arts cover a broad range of activities that involve fighting techniques, physical exercises, and methods of mental discipline, among other skills. Martial arts originated in the ancient cultures of Asia, and are used today around the world for self-defense, exercise , health, spiritual growth, law enforcement, and athletic competition
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Martial Arts Intangible Cultural Heritage are skills, practices, expression and instruments which form the transmitted practices of local cultures through generations and provide sense of identity, continuity, respect, diversity and creativity to the concerned communities.
Kerala's martial art form Kalaripayuttu, the Buddhist chanting from Leh and Kargil, the practice of tying turbans or safa in Rajasthan, Ramlila, Gujarat's Patola silk or the making of rice beer in Manipur—these come together as traditions that have defined our heritage through centuries
Martial Arts Sport psychology, in particular, can enhance the performance of a martial arts student, through the development of mental skills. Behavioral conditioning contends that physical practice leads to better, more efficient performance.
Those who are students of martial arts understand that there is an enormous mental component to the practice. Just as martial arts can improve mental health – thanks to its tenets and philosophies that relate to self-discipline, integrity, and other positive traits –psychology can also inversely help improve martial arts technique