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Top Ten Most Effective Martial Arts
 
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In this video I share my personal opinion on the top ten martial arts in order of effectiveness. NOTE: When I say "traditional" karate, I actually ment "Sport" karate, I apologise for this linguistic imprecision. I have practiced two styles of Karate (Shotokan, Kyokushin), Taekwondo, and Wushu Kun Fu, so although I'm not an expert I do have first hand experience of martial arts and the martial world. Ofcourse I do realise there are many factors to keep into consideration and martial arts like Karate and Kung Fu have many different styles which have variations, but in this video we want to have an interesting opportunity to share out opinions as martial arts lovers. Thank you for watching Check out my "top ten most effective weapon based martial arts" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNNpBqiCX4E Please consider supporting me on Patreon if you like my work on youtube :D Follow me on my social networks: https://www.patreon.com/themetatron https://www.instagram.com/metatron_youtube/ https://www.facebook.com/Metatron-1538668943017953/?fref=ts https://twitter.com/pureMetatron http://realmetatron.tumblr.com/ Music: intro ES_Knights Templar 1 - Johannes Bornlöf outro ES_Knights Templar 2 - Johannes Bornlöf
Views: 4288787 Metatron
7 Best Martial Arts - Deadly Fighting Styles for Self Defense
 
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There are thousands of martial arts styles out there, here are the 7 best, designed to turn your body into a veritable weapon. While violence should be avoided as much as possible, there are bad people in this world, and at times it's unavoidable. And that's why one of the most important skills a man can have is the ability to protect himself and his family from an attacker. But with the thousands of martial arts that you can learn, it's important to pick a fighting style that's designed to be effective. How do you defend yourself? How do you fight? And which is the best martial art for self defense? Aikido (Japanese)? Wing chun (Chinese)? Taekwondo (Korean)? Ju Jutsu (Japanese)? Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (aka BJJ)? Krav Maga (Israeli)? Muay Thai (Thai)? In this video, we show you the best martial arts styles for self defense, and tell you exactly why each style is so effective. Learning any of the 7 will teach you how to fight, how to defend yourself, and will turn you and your body into a weapon. To jump to the best martial art for self defense here: 3:39 And if you're looking for more detail about each of these martial arts, check out our full post on the 7 best martial art styles for self defense here: https://www.mantelligence.com/effective-martial-arts-self-defense/
Views: 48135 MantelligenceDating
Top 10 MARTIAL ARTS Fighting Styles! ☯ | Most Effective Dangerous Killing Techniques! - J Vargas TV
 
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Created By Javier Vargas. Like, Comment, Share, & Subscribe! Rare Videos by Vargas TV! - (youtube.com/forenzikproductions) The World's Top 10 Martial Arts Fighting Styles Ever Created and Used In History and Today.☯ | The Top Ten Most Deadly, Dangerous, Efficient, Useful, Practical, and Effective Fight Styles Of All Time! Many of these Techniques are used today in MMA and in UFC Cage Fight Matches or out in the Street, look it up bruh YouTube it! ;) anyway the top 10 are: Hapkido, Chinese Shaolin Kung Fu - Shi Yan Ming Shaolin Monks Gung Fu, Wing Chun - Ip Man, Muay Thai - Tony Jaa, Jiu Jitsu - Rickson Graice and Gracie Family BJJ, Judo, Tae Kwon Do, Krav Maga, Jeet Kune Do - Bruce Lee Founded Martial Art, and Kyokushin Kai Ryu Karate - Mas Masatatsu Oyama Japanese Founded Martial Art.
What is the Best Martial Art for a Street Fight
 
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SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FightTipsVideos SHANE'S TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/fighttips SHANE'S FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/fighttipsvideos SHANE'S INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/shanefazen Here Shane talks about the best martial arts for a street fight. The list includes boxing, Muay Thai, BJJ (Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu), wrestling, Kali, and Krav Maga. A combination of striking and grappling makes up the perfect arsenal for self-defense.
Views: 844843 fightTIPS
Best Fight Scenes: Capoeira
 
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This Brazilian martial art was developed as a method for West African slaves to practice and hide their indigenous combat from their colonial masters by disguising it as a form of dance. Using a variety of fast, unpredictable, acrobatic kicks, Capoeira emphasizes constant motion mainly through “ginga”, a lateral bobbing movement. Rather than being solely a type of self-defense, Capoeira as a game allows practitioners, or capoeristas, to engage in a sort of “dance-off” where they must individually perform and synchronize their moves with one another without hitting their opponent. This involves a circle of capoeristas called a “roda” who either clap and chant or play a musical instrument called a “berimbau” to maintain the flow and rhythm of the performance. Capoeira is now taught all over the globe and has been featured frequently in pop culture. Notable capoerista actors include Lateef Crowder, Mark Dacascos, and Wesley Snipes. I’m no expert on Capoeira but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some films/television series featuring Capoeira. So here’s a compilation of some Capoeira fight scenes. Here are links to short films featured in this video: Inmate 451 (original upload): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZryD0Ds2Bs Inmate 451 (higher quality re-upload): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwxKRWj3adM&t=2s Formless: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruZG_5C6o6o List of movies/television series featured in order of appearance: 1. Undisputed 3: Redemption 2. Inmate 451 3. Chocolate 4. The Protector (Tom-Yum-Goong) 5. Formless 6. Bangkok Knockout 7. Mortal Kombat: Rebirth 8. Besouro (The Assailant) 9. The Girl from the Naked Eye 10. The Rundown 11. Tekken 12. Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor 13. Only the Strong 14. Stargate SG-1
Views: 2651207 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fighting Technique | Street Fight
 
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Best fighting technique | street fight Want to improve your skills further? Register today to my online class! Use this link for special discount of 82% ► https://goo.gl/QgA2ti Self-Defense street fight techniques used to destroy your opponent. Like, Subscribe and share for more badass videos. For more 😎 Videos Subscribe to me YOUTUBE ➜ https://goo.gl/D0qEqM FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK ►https://goo.gl/f9ns2A INSTAGRAM ► https://goo.gl/BMtvX0 TWITTER ► https://goo.gl/S8glr9 --------------------------------------------------------------- ~ About Master Wong ~ My name is Master Wong. I created the Master Wong System in 1992. As a Martial Arts Master it is my sincere desire for all of my students worldwide to gain the skills they need and improve the quality of their lives, by following the principles of my system. All of my YouTube videos give an insight into the systems I teach, from instructional videos to funny scenario based videos. So make sure you subscribe to my channel if you’re interested in Martial Arts, Health & Fitness. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram & Udemy. If you want to get in touch, got to my website below Master Wong System Website address: https://goo.gl/4HiBJt
Views: 2308072 Master Wong
Top 10 Self Defense Martial Arts Styles
 
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Square up and get ready. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Self-Defense Martial Arts Styles. Subscribe►►http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=watchmojo Facebook►►http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo. Twitter►►http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo Instagram►►http://instagram.com/watchmojo Suggestion Tool►►http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Channel Page►►http://www.youtube.com/watchmojo For this list, we're ranking various schools of martial arts training and thought, specifically those where self-defense tactics are most promoted and utilized. Special thanks to our users marvel14, aldqbigsquare and Joseph Gonzales for submitting the idea at our interactive suggestion page at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Check out the voting page here, http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top+10+Martial+Art+Styles Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Get them all when you order your MojoBox gift set here: http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 4-5 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
Views: 5296200 WatchMojo.com
Top 4 Most Effective Fighting Stances for a Fight
 
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GET MORE FIGHT TIPS►http://full.sc/1bsPRTI No one fighting stance is better than the other, just like no one martial art is the best! But, you must know how to adjust to any opponent or scenario, so practice them all. In this video, Shane teaches you the Boxing stance, Muay Thai march, Wrestling Sugar Stance, and a street self-defense guarded position. NOTE: This video is talking about STANCE, not the martial art as a whole, or individual fighter! Get your fightTIPS shirt►http://full.sc/1hJEmr2 The grading system is broken up into three different sections: striking, grappling, and the sprawl. Striking is the ability to throw and defend against various attacks from punches, to kicks, to knees, to elbows. Grappling is the art of controlling your opponent, manipulating their movements, or applying submissions like joint locks or chokes. Finally, the sprawl is the ability to avoid a takedown like the double-leg. Ask Shane a Question on Twitter►http://full.sc/1mCEOuk FOLLOW: Facebook | http://full.sc/1oyWAAF Twitter | http://full.sc/1mCEOuk Instagram | http://full.sc/1hhwtuJ
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Which Martial Art is the Best? The Perfect Ratio for MMA
 
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Taekwondo used in MMA (fightTIPS.com)►http://bit.ly/TKDinMMA It must be our competitive nature as fighters that we often argue which martial art is the best. Be it for MMA or street fighting, there are pros and cons of every single martial art. No one will disagree that boxing is great for footwork, head movement and punch combos. However it teaches you nothing about takedown defense or submissions. You get the idea I'm trying to make. I will say that some are more PRACTICAL than others for MMA and street fighting. Think about it: there is a reason you see Muay Thai and BJJ more than anything else. It's very well-rounded and balanced. Yet the guys that incorporate the unique stuff are the guys that become champions. Lyoto Machida (Karate), Anderson Silva (Taekwondo), etc. -- they bring something new to the table; a strike that their opponent isn't used to defending against, for instance. But remember: one of the most important factors of training under specific styles is that you are training properly and realistically. If you're training for a MMA rules fight, then practice your TKD or Kung Fu in MMA sparring. You can't expect to practice one form and think you can beat someone who has mastered 3. Learn Various Martial Arts Online►http://bit.ly/1FIOiju Sweet Science Boxing Gear►http://bit.ly/sweetscienceFT Subscribe to fightTIPS►http://bit.ly/1APnzvw FOLLOW: Facebook | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSFacebook Twitter | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSTwitter Instagram | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSInstagram
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The Most Amazing Moments in Combat Sports EVER!
 
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If you love Combat sports, please watch this video to the end! This is the all-time best we ever seen in MMA, Boxing, K-1, Muay thai, BBJ, Taekwondo, Karate, SUMO, Wushu, Judo and Wrestling – all in this 21 minutes! This is top 20 + 3 bonuses The Most Amazing Moments in Combat Sports ever! Did we forget something? Music: Courage of Nations by Marcus Neely
Views: 22141994 Best Sports Highlights
Best Fight Scenes: Animal Style Kung Fu
 
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Chinese martial arts, also known as "Kung Fu" or "Wushu", are famous for incorporating the behaviors of various animal species into some of their styles. The most commonly known animal styles are Tiger (strength, ferocity/offense, grappling), Crane (height, balance, evasion, precision strikes), Snake (deception, speed, coiling motion, precision), Monkey (deception, agility, acrobatics, low maneuvering), Praying Mantis (aggression, forearm strength, hooked finger grappling, vital point strikes), Dragon (internal strength, fluidity, deception, power), Eagle Claw (grappling, finger strength, pressure point manipulation), and Leopard (upward force, upper body strength, patience, defense). I'm no expert on Animal Kung Fu but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some of the Animal Kung Fu styles used in certain films/television series. Here's a compilation of some Animal Kung Fu fight scenes. Here are links to the short films featured in this video: Da Uomo a Uomo Vol. 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0aGKZ0TRB4 Shapely Heroes - Snake’s Victim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otE31thMrEM&t=68s Challenger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnKYPL_du_s List of movies and Animal Kung Fu styles featured in order of appearance: 1. The Forbidden Kingdom (Praying Mantis, Tiger, Crane) 2. Fearless (Tiger) 3. Martial Club (Tiger, Snake, Eagle Claw, Praying Mantis, Leopard, Dragon) 4. Bushido Man (Praying Mantis) 5. Da Uomo a Uomo Vol. 1 (Praying Mantis, Tiger, Dragon, Crane) 6. Ong Bak 2 (Tiger) 7. My Young Auntie (Tiger, Eagle Claw, Praying Mantis, Monkey) 8. The Legend of the Wolf (Monkey) 9. Kung Fu Panda (Tiger, Leopard, Snake, Monkey, Crane, Praying Mantis) 10. Iron Monkey (Eagle Claw, some Crane) 11. Magnificent Butcher (Leopard, Snake, Dragon, Crane) 12. Bangkok Knockout (Tiger) 13. Spiritual Kung Fu (Leopard, Crane, Snake, Tiger, Dragon) 14. The Prodigal Son (Dragon) 15. Fury in the Shaolin Temple (Tiger, Leopard, Praying Mantis) 16. Shapely Heroes - Snake’s Victim (Snake & Tiger) 17. Heroes of the East (Crane) 18. Challenger (Dragon, Eagle Claw) 19. Cheetah on Fire (Leopard) 20. Magic Crystal (Eagle Claw, Praying Mantis) 21. The Wrath of Vajra (Monkey) 22. Shaolin vs. Lama (Tiger, Crane) 23. The Kung Fu Master (Praying Mantis) 24. Ip Man 2 (Tiger, some Crane) 25. Kung Fu Cult Master (Dragon) 26. Thundering Mantis (Eagle Claw, Praying Mantis) 27. Dragon Fist (Dragon) 28. Snake in the Eagle's Shadow (Snake, Eagle Claw) 29. Mad Monkey Kung Fu (Monkey) 30. Top Squad (Monkey, Eagle Claw) 31. Champions (Praying Mantis) 32. Tiger on the Wall (Leopard, Praying Mantis) 33. The Fist, The Kicks, and the Evil (Crane) 34. Clan of the White Lotus (Tiger, Crane) 35. Warriors Two (Praying Mantis) 36. Monkey Kung Fu (Monkey, Crane) 37. Knockabout (Praying Mantis) 38. Snake in the Monkey's Shadow (Snake, Monkey) 39. The Victim (Eagle Claw) 40. Shaolin Mantis (Praying Mantis)
Views: 413154 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Move For Street Fight - Instant KO | From Muay Thai Champion
 
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Former North American Muay Thai Champion Mike Zhang, shares his best technique to take out an opponent in a street fight. Get Mike's Kick Boxer Abs Program here: http://bit.ly/kickboxer-abs Grab your free workout from Mike here: http://bit.ly/2p8Q76L I recently had the opportunity to train at the awesome Critical Bench Compound in Florida. My buddy Mike Zhang was here training as well! We were going through past comments from his videos and found many of you asked for specific fighting techniques from Mike. Like what to do in a real street fight situation? Or how can you defend yourself from an attacker in a real life situation. This is something I'm curious about as well. So today I got Mike to jump on the camera to share his best street fighting move for beginners and his advice on how best to handle street fights. To your health & fitness, Thomas Tapp Connect with the Tapp Brothers: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TappBrothers/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tappbrothers/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tappbrothers
Views: 2570697 TappBrothers
5 Dangerous FIGHT MOVES to Win Every STREET FIGHT
 
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5 Dangerous FIGHT MOVES to Win Every STREET FIGHT https://youtu.be/Q-Z7QYkqn2M - These are 5 Dangerous Kung Fu Fighting Techniques that will serve you well in a street fight or street fighting situation! Tiger Kung Fu, Crane, Kung Fu, Mantis Kung Fu, and Monkey Kung Fu are all represented in this 5 move Self Defense Street Fighting set! Enjoy and click here for my most recent FULL BODY MARTIAL ARTS WORKOUT VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ne5JT-EDFM Please Subscribe, HIT LIKE, and SHARE this vid! Thanks :) *INSTAGRAM & SNAPCHAT: JakeMaceTaiChi **Join My Online School for $5 a month or $50 a year: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/JakeMaceKungFu ***Get My Martial Arts & Tai Chi DVD's Here: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/DVDs.html ****Get My Martial Arts & Tai Chi DVD DOWNLOADS Here: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/JakeMaceKungFu *****Check out My WEAPONS STORE for Kung Fu & Tai Chi Weapons (like Bo-Staff): http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Buy_Weapons.html ******Get My FREE Monthly Training Schedule and Stay Focused: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/T-Shirts_%26_More.html *******MY New APP is in the APP STORE, on DROID, & on APPLE TV! Search "Jake Mace" in the APP STORE! It's only $1.99 for now! :) Train with Me ONLINE at: http://www.JakeMace.com Order My "BE FIRE" and/or "BE WATER" Shirt HERE: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/T-Shirts_%26_More.html Check out my NEW VLOG Channel - Kung Fu & Tai Chi Vlog https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUZbj1qQjEHITgMvjar-AKQ My OTHER YouTube Channels: 1. http://www.YouTube.com/VeganAthlete 2. http://www.YouTube.com/OrderTaiChi 3. http://www.YouTube.com/MaceYoga 4. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUZbj1qQjEHITgMvjar-AKQ ---------------- 1. Join Our Online Kung Fu & Tai Chi School for $5: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu 2. Email Me at http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Email_Jake.html 3. Order Our "Be Water" Shirt: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/T-Shirts_%26_More.html 4. Order a DVD DOWNLOAD or STREAM: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu 5. Order a DVD Shipped to You: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/DVDs.html 6. My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/jakemace.taichi 7. My Website: http://www.JakeMace.com 8. Instagram at "JakeMaceTaiChi" 9. Twitter at "KungFuUniverse" 10. Train with Me Online at: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu Music for this video is "Double Drift" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100254 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Best Fight Scenes: Louis Fan
 
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Louis Fan Siu-Wong is a Hong Kong martial artist most recognizable as the northerner Jin Shanzhao in the film “Ip Man”, a master of the style of Kung Fu called Shaobeiquan. His performance won him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. Besides portraying that same character again in “Ip Man 2”, he also played Ip Tin-chi in “The Legend is Born: Ip Man”. But many also attribute him to his starring role in the campy martial arts cult film “Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky”, a live-action movie adaptation of the manga of the same name, which came out over a decade before the first Ip Man film. Trained in Wushu and gymnastics, he is a talented martial artist and actor. Here's a compilation of my favorite Louis Fan fight scenes. List of movies featured in order of appearance: 1. Ip Man 2. The Legend is Born: Ip Man 3. Kung Fu Jungle 4. Master of Zen 5. The Death Games 6. Shadow Mask (2001) (Alan Chan Yiu-Lun) 7. (outro) Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky Other notable films/television series include Righting Wrongs, Immortal Story, Once a Cop, Connected Lovers, Butterfly Lovers, Kung Fu Chefs, Give Love, On His Majesty’s Secret Service, Just Another Pandora’s Box, Ip Man 2, Future X-Cops, Flirting Scholar 2, A Chinese Ghost Story, The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu, Wudang, The Monkey King, The Bounty Hunter, Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils, Bodyguards and Assassins, and The Bride with White Hair.
Views: 33002134 Jamyang Pelsang
Kyokushin is the Deadliest Martial Art in the World? Watch this you will find why!
 
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Kyokushin is the Deadliest Martial Art in the World? Watch this you will find why! ►Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/widuliya/ This video explains the reasons why Kyokushin is the deadliest martial art in the world. Watch and enjoy! Music: Alan Walker - Fade
IKO UWAIS | Best Fight Scenes Clip Compilation
 
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Iko Uwais is an unbelievably-fast-punching Indonesian martial arts star who is capable of pummelling the bejeezus out of hordes of mooks and extras and stuntmen with whatever objects happen to be laying around the movie sets at the time they unleash him. He's the 2005 National Champion in the Indonesian martial art, Penchak Silat, a pretty badass fighting style that combines all the best parts of Thai kickboxing. The Indonesian actor and martial artist burst onto the scene with Merantau and had an even bigger breakthrough in The Raid. Headshot, from directors Timo Tjahjanto and Kimo Stamboel (collectively known as the Mo brothers, though they are not actual brothers), has Uwais doing what he does best — kicking ass and taking names — with spectacularly entertaining results. Keep up-to-date with all things ACTION by SUBSCRIBING and CLICKING on the NOTIFICATION CHAT BELL: http://goo.gl/HNyuHY FilmIsNow your first stop for the latest new cinematic videos the moment they are released. Whether it is the latest studio trailer release, an evocative documentary, clips, TV spots, or other extra videos, the FilmIsNow team is dedicated to providing you with all the best new videos because just like you we are big movie fans.
Human weapon All in One
 
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Views: 7264807 Rakesh konde
Best Fight Scenes: Wing Chun
 
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This martial art is now probably the most popular Southern style of Kung Fu especially after the 2008 film Ip Man, a fictional account of the real life Wing Chun master of Bruce Lee. Like most Southern styles of Kung Fu, it focuses on close range combat, intricate hand techniques, and low kicks. Besides empty-handed forms, the butterfly swords/knives and dragon pole/long pole are two weapons commonly associated with Wing Chun. The style itself is supposedly named after a woman of the same name (Yim Wing-chun) who had modified a martial art taught to her by a Shaolin nun (Ng Mui) who applied the movements of the snake and crane into her own combat system. Besides the famous one-inch punch (which represents the direction of maximum force at short distances), circular chain punches, and simultaneous attack/defense, emphasis is placed on controlling the centerline of the opponent's body while defending one's own centerline. "Chi sau" or "sticky-hands" exercises are drilled for developing sensitivity to movement while sparring enables practitioners to apply their knowledge in simulated fights. Wing Chun was even incorporated into Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do philosophy. I'm no expert on Wing Chun but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some of the films/television series featuring Wing Chun. So here's a compilation of some Wing Chun fight scenes. Here are links to short films featured in this video: No Way Out (original higher quality upload on old channel): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RLnM9pgP7E No Way Out (re-upload on new channel): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQEmVZS8sME&t=67s Those Who Go To Hell (fight scene): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGBIbkgd5Ho&t=5s Those Who Go To Hell (full series): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuHu7ERIQkg&list=PLD446E8EE95D4E929 Act of Fate (fight scene): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ezt87g2W2sg&t=4s Act of Fate (full film): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueRzb9Va1Ig&t=300s Ip Man Returns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4EEz0nX-yk&t=192s First Person Fight Scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ol0PvnfwfX0&t=2s List of movies/television series in order of appearance: 1. Ip Man 2. Sherlock Holmes 3. No Way Out 4. Ip Man 2 5. The Prodigal Son 6. Those Who Go To Hell 7. The Legend is Born: Ip Man 8. Shaolin (The New Shaolin Temple) (2011) 9. Act of Fate 10. The Grandmaster 11. Warriors Two 12. Ip Man Returns 13. Ip Man: The Final Fight 14. Wing Chun (TV Series) 15. First Person Fight Scene 16. Bruce Lee, My Brother 17. The Final Master 18. The Scroll of Wing Chun White Crane
Views: 1455116 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fight Scenes: Praying Mantis Kung Fu
 
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This style of Kung Fu is based on one of the most notorious predatory insects and highly recognizable for its appearance in films. It’s most distinctive feature is the mantis hook, sometimes called the mantis claw, which primarily utilizes the index finger to hook the opponent’s limbs for blocking incoming attacks or as a trapping motion to deliver pressure point strikes. Just like an actual praying mantis, this martial art emphasizes speed and precision by using circular movements to defend against a direct assault and quickly following up with a counterattack to a vital area. Though many Kung Fu styles are divided into Northern and Southern variants, the Southern Praying Mantis style is actually not based on the actual insect it’s named after but rather more similar to styles like Dragon Kung Fu. The Northern form is what is normally depicted in pop culture and what is usually thought of when generally referring to the “Mantis Fist”. So here are my favorite Praying Mantis Kung Fu fight scenes. Links to short films featured in this video: From Man to Man (Da Uomo a Uomo) Vol. 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0aGKZ0TRB4 Dance of the Drunken Gods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8XC4sCNr0A List of movies/TV series featured in order of appearance: 1. Bushido Man 2. From Man to Man (Da Uomo a Uomo) Vol. 1 3. Forbidden Kingdom 4. Dance of the Drunken Gods 5. Martial Club 7. The Kung Fu Master 8. Warriors Two 9. Champions 10. The Thundering Mantis 11. Magic Crystal 12. Martial Arts of Shaolin 13. Knockabout 14. Shaolin Mantis 15. Tiger Over Wall 16. Fury in Shaolin Temple 17. Dynamite Trio
Views: 143746 Jamyang Pelsang
10 Unique Fighting Styles In The UFC
 
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10 Unique Fighting Styles In The UFC MMA Release There certain fighters in the UFC who have their own unique way of fighting inside the octagon which has given them great success in defeating top opponents, so here is 10 Unique Fighting Styles In The UFC. Music Credit: Instrumentals Produced By Chuki http://www.youtube.com/user/CHUKImusic Check out my Instagram: • https://www.instagram.com/mma_release/ If you enjoyed this video, please hit that LIKE button! If you would like to stay updated with more original MMA videos, please SUBSCRIBE to this channel! Thank you! :)
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7 of the Most Effective Martial Arts Forms
 
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The most effective martial arts forms! From Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to Krav Maga, here's the best martial arts fights & training techniques. These self defense combat styles are amazing & incredible! Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] From ground-based grappling to standup striking, here are 7 of the most effective martial arts forms. These tenacious techniques made minor changes on this planet. 7: Silat Roughly translated as ‘fighting skill’, Silat is an umbrella term used in reference to the various fighting styles that have originated in the Malay Archipelago. Depending on the region, Silat may vary in name and technique. In Malaysia it is called ‘Silat Melayu’ while Indonesian Silat is referred to under the full name ‘Pencak Silat’. Nevertheless, there are core similarities between the different forms of the martial art. Its origins rely heavily on oral tradition. Some experts have found a connection between Silat and the fighting styles of ancient Persia and place its creation somewhere between the year 600 and 1200 AD. There are some similarities between Silat and Chinese martial arts such as taking inspiration from nature and the movements of various animals and building them into the fighting style. 6: Dambe Dambe is a viscious form of fighting with roots in Egypt, commonly associated with the Hausa people of West Africa. Most of those who practiced Dambe were part of the Hausa butcher caste groups and the tradition developed into a fighting challenge that commonly took place during the local harvest festival. Nowadays, companies of boxers from various groups travel to compete in outdoor matches that are accompanied by drumming and a ceremony. 5: Vale Tudo Regarded as precursor of today’s mixed martial arts Vale Tudo is a full-contact sport, which originated in Brazil, that has very few rules attached to its name which roughly translates as ‘anything goes’. It originated in the 1920s, when it was showcased at circuses and shows throughout Brazil. Practitioners do not wear gloves, there are no weight classes and head-butts allowed. 4: Muay Thai Muay Thai was developed in Thailand and its roots can be traced back to the middle of the 18th century, during the battles between Siam and the Burmese of the Konbaung Dynasty. Thai folklore tells the story of famous Siamese fighter Nai Khanomtom, who was forced to fight during a seven-day festival organized by King Hsinbyushin. The Burmese ruler wanted to see how Burmese boxing would fare against the Muay Boran, which would later become Muay Thai, practiced by Nai Khanomtom. Nai Khanomtom won his freedom and was given a gift of two beautiful Burmese wives. The king was so impressed with the performance that he declared that every part of Nai Khanomtom’s body was blessed. Muay Thai gradually grew in popularity and became a national sport in Thailand. 3: Systema The style practiced by the infamous Russian Spetznaz, Systema focuses on controlling the most important parts of the opponent’s body, such as the knees, waist, ankles, elbows, shoulders and neck through critical hits and pressure points. The central principles of this Russian martial art are based on understanding the laws of anatomy and biomechanics with a focus on exploiting the natural weaknesses of the human form. It does not have fixed patterns of movement. Training involves drills and sparring that include grappling, hand-to-hand training and knife fighting. The body has to be filled with explosive potential, effortless movement, endurance and flexibility. 2: Krav Maga Krava Maga is a system developed for the Israeli security forces, Mossad and Shin Bet, and for the Israel Defense Forces or IDF. It is widely regarded as one of the most famous martial arts systems ever created borrowing elements from aikido, judo, boxing, wrestling, muay thai and others. It is widely known for its efficiency. Krav Maga practitioners place great emphasis on the instinctive nature, situational awareness and train to confront and overcome real-world situations. They are taught how to deal with different situations. 1: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or BJJ was developed into its current form through the various practices, experiments and adaptations of Kodokan Judo performed by Helio and Carlos Gracie who passed their knowledge to their extended family. Today the Gracie name is synonymous with this martial art. The central concept behind BJJ is that a weaker, smaller person can successfully fight against a stronger and heavier assailant. In the beginning, to illustrate this point, the Gracie brothers would accept numerous challenges from practitioners of other martial arts, many of whom were more massive than they were, and defeat them.
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Top 5 Deadliest Martial Arts in the World
 
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Top 5 Deadliest Martial Arts in the World. 1) Kyokushin 2) Krav Maga 3) Sanshou 4) Jeet Kune Do 5) Shotokan Note: This top five list of martial arts are selected by us. It's not an official ranking of martial arts. ►Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/widuliya/ Music: Hang Ups (Want You)
5 Common Street Fight Strategies (and How to BEAT Them!)
 
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If you've ever watched street fight videos online, then you have probably recognized patterns in common strategies & moves being utilized. We compiled 5 of the most common techniques, and show how to defeat each style of fighter. DISCLAIMER: Remember to avoid street fights at all costs. From personal safety and to legal repercussions, there are endless reasons why you should drop your ego and (safely) walk away from confrontation. Be safe, and be ready. Subscribe to fightTIPS►http://bit.ly/1APnzvw PJ's YT►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZaNjpHNxycJ2442lwDJzRw FOLLOW: Facebook | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSFacebook Twitter | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSTwitter Instagram | http://bit.ly/fightTIPSInstagram
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Best Fight Scenes: Snake Kung Fu
 
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As one of the Five Animal styles of Kung Fu, this martial art is based on imitating the movements of a snake. The style is characterized by its fluidity as is demonstrated in its coiling motions during defense and unpredictable whip-like attacks. But Snake Kung Fu’s most distinguishing feature is the snake-shaped hand which utilizes the finger tips to deliver pressure point strikes. Besides the main form, certain specific variations exist such as the Cobra or Viper. So here’s a compilation of some Snake Kung Fu fight scenes. Short films featured in this video: Shapely Heroes - Snake’s Victim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otE31thMrEM Dance of the Drunken Gods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8XC4sCNr0A List of movies featured in order of appearance: 1. Martial Club 2. Shapely Heroes - Snake’s Victim 3. Magnificent Butcher 4. Dance of the Drunken Gods 5. Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow 6. Ong-Bak 2 7. Five Deadly Venoms 8. Ninja in the Dragon’s Den 9. Knockabout 10. Spiritual Kung Fu 11. Snake Deadly Act 12. Snake and Crane Arts of Shaolin 13. The Quest 14. Snake in the Monkey’s Shadow
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Sucker Punch Analysis: 3 Critical Facts You MUST Know!!! [Fight SCIENCE BREAKDOWN]
 
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Sucker Punch Analysis: How to fight and Defend Yourself in extreme circumstances. This week we discuss the interaction between (1) Tunnel Vision brought about by Stress, (2) Body, and (3) Hand Position as the Critical factors that more often lead to people getting knocked out by sucker punches. Make sure you watch this video as it really will make a difference in how you fight to defend yourself. This video also relates to comments made on 3 Things YOU MUST DO to Face Fear & Intimidation in a Fight | How to Fight. Please watch it here: https://youtu.be/_ZBmGZje8KM to get the background to this video. This is a new series of how to fight analysis called FIGHT SCIENCE BREAKDOWN. We’ll be taking real footage and looking at the psychology behind the violence and how this affects your approach to self defence. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU LIKE THIS NEW APPROACH. FEEL FREE TO SUGGEST A TYPE OF FIGHT TO ANALYSE. AS LONG AS IT’S COPYRIGHT FREE WE’LL WORK ON IT. In the meantime feel free to check our other related videos in our How to Fight Series: FACING Intimidation When You Can't Walk Away | How to Defend Yourself in a Fight https://youtu.be/ho1Y66Py1Bo How to fight when being threatened and pressed up against a bar or a shop counter depends on your ability to create defensive angles while controlling your personal space. Defending the 2 on 1 SUCKER PUNCH | How to Defend Yourself from a Surprise Attack https://youtu.be/djLPZt1S9Kw How to defend yourself against two attackers and a brutal sucker punch requires the best self defence strategy for a real fight. 3 WORST MISTAKES that Get you KNOCKED OUT in a REAL Street Fight | HOW TO FIGHT https://youtu.be/k19EwhHDEys Street fight knockout compilation with breakdown analysis of the 3 Worst Mistakes people make a real street fight. ***WARNING GRAPHIC VIOLENCE. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.*** 3 Things YOU MUST DO to Face Fear & Intimidation in a Fight | How to Defend Yourself https://youtu.be/_ZBmGZje8KM How to fight fear and intimidation in self defence depends on how you defend yourself by controlling space both physically and psychologically. Surprise, Punch & Drop SOMEONE INSTANTLY!!! How to Defend Yourself in a Fight https://youtu.be/Xbhm8b-LwZw How to defend yourself or even how to fight at close quarters requires short distance power. Knock Someone Out Every Time | Ultimate MUST LEARN Knockout for a Street Fight https://youtu.be/T9U9nQjbv8o How to fight and knock someone out with one punch in street fight depends on where you punch the body. We have lots more videos on how to fight with Wing Chun. Please visit our channel. Better yet feel free to leave a comment or a suggestion of what you would like us to film for you. It does not have to be about Wing Chun it can be about any subject related to fighting, how to fight, Wing Chun techniques, or even Wing Chun vs other styles of martial arts. We are happy to pass on our knowledge and experience free of charge. Intimidation, Threats, & Knees to the Groin | 3 Ways How to Fight Back!!! SUBSCRIBE FOR OTHER VIDEO TIPS AND NEWS! https://www.youtube.com/user/londonwingchun?sub_confirmation=1 VISIT LONDON WING CHUN ACADEMY FOR MORE TIPS http://www.londonwingchun.co.uk/notes CONNECT WITH US! Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+londonwingchun Facebook ► http://facebook.com/londonwingchunacademy Twitter ► http://twitter.com/londonwingchun LondonWingChunAcademy ► http://www.londonwingchun.co.uk
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Best Fight Scenes: Baguazhang
 
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Also known as “8 Trigram Palm”, this Chinese martial art is one of the three Wudang (or Wu-Tang) styles having originated in the Wudang Mountains of China. It is categorized as an “internal” style which focuses on redirection of force to turn the opponent’s own strength against them similar to Judo, Aikido, and Hapkido. In contrast to the other Wudang styles (Tai Chi and Xing Yi), Baguazhang can be identified by it’s signature “circle walk”, circular footwork designed to improve one’s stance and movement. Though employing both striking and grappling, Baguazhang seems to be most well known for its palm techniques, particularly palm strikes. Although this could be based on the popularity of those specific techniques or a specific branch of Baguazhang rather than a general characteristic of the martial art as a whole. While not making as many cinematic appearances as other styles of Chinese martial arts, it has however been depicted in well known movies such as “Ip Man 2” (demonstrated by the late Hark-On Fung, R.I.P.), “The Grandmaster” (by Ziyi Zhang), and by Jet Li himself in “The One”. I’m no expert on Baguazhang but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some of the films/television series that feature Baguazhang. So here’s a compilation of some Baguazhang fight scenes. Here are links to short films featured in this video: Those Who Go To Hell (fight scene): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGBIbkgd5Ho&index=8&list=PLD446E8EE95D4E929 Those Who Go To Hell (full web series): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuHu7ERIQkg&list=PLD446E8EE95D4E929&index=1 Kung Fu Jungle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0SygC7hLNY&t=177s List of movies/television series featured in order of appearance: 1. Ip Man 2 2. Bangkok Knockout 3. Those Who Go To Hell Episode 3 4. The One 5. The Defender (The Bodyguard from Beijing) 6. The 8 Diagram Pole Fighter (Invincible Pole Fighter) 7. Dragon Tiger Gate 8. Kung Fu Jungle (Fan Film) 9. House of Fury 10. The Grandmaster 11. Drunken Tai Chi 12. Man of Tai Chi 13. Martial Arts of Shaolin 14. Tai Chi Hero 15. (outro) Avatar: The Legend of Korra 16. (outro) Naruto
Views: 174110 Jamyang Pelsang
Taichi in real fight, the best one
 
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Master chen will tell you how to fight with Taichi, you will enjoy it
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Best Fight Scenes: Taekwondo
 
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Its literal translation meaning “the foot-fist-way”, Taekwondo emerged around the mid-twentieth century as a combination of traditional Korean martial arts such as Taekkeyon, the Japanese art of Karate, and some styles of Kung Fu/Wushu. As is evident in demonstrations, exhibitions, competitions, and martial arts films, this style (at least in its modern form) places great emphasis on its wide array of kicking techniques. The speed of one’s kicks is also central to Taekwondo theory as one principle states that velocity adds greater force to one’s strike than does the same proportional increase in the mass of the strike. Originally Taekwondo was called “Tae Soo Do” after the unification of various “kwans” (or martial arts schools) that were established following the Japanese Imperialist occupation of Korea. It was not until South Korean general Choi Hong Hi (the debatable founder of Taekwondo) encouraged the term “Tae Kwon Do” instead that the name finally gained wider usage. Eventually this lead to the establishment of the Korea Taekwondo Association, International Taekwondo Federation, World Taekwondo Federation, and other organizations each considered to teach their own style of Taekwondo. Of all these, the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) style, or “Kukkiwon” style (lots of kicking), is the most popular and is associated with the actual competitive sport especially as part of the Olympic games. As a result, it is also the most common style seen in films where the characters specializing in it (like those played by Collin Chou, Ken Lo, Tim Man, Casanova Wong, and Hwang Jang Lee) are shown executing a fantastic display of acrobatic and agile kicks. I’m no expert on Taekwondo but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some of the films that feature it. So here’s a compilation of some Taekwondo fight scenes. Links to short/independent films featured in this video: No Way Out (original upload): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RLnM9pgP7E No Way Out (re-upload on new channel): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQEmVZS8sME&t=67s Contour aka The Agent (fight scene w/ link to DVD in description): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZp8j6xoDeg Seibu Keisatsu (Jerry Quill vs. Noah Fleder): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJp2gt4rKaw List of movies featured in order of appearance: 1. Who Am I? 2. No Way Out 3. The City of Violence 4. Contour aka The Agent 5. The Enforcer (My Father is a Hero) 6. Seibu Keisatsu (Jerry Quill vs. Noah Fleder) 7. Drunken Master 2 (Legend of Drunken Master) 8. Dragon Tiger Gate 9. When Taekwondo Strikes (Taekwondo Heroes) 10. The Defender (The Bodyguard from Beijing) 11. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World 12. Hell’s Wind Staff 13. Fatal Contact 14. Iron Monkey 15. Undisputed 3: Redemption 16. Shaolin Plot 17. The Kick 18. Mahjong Dragon 19. Ninja: Shadow of a Tear 20. Hero Among Heroes (Fist of the Red Dragon) 21. Ong Bak: Muay Thai Warrior 22. Game of Death 2 23. Bangkok Adrenaline 24. The Master 25. Cradle 2 the Grave 26. Promising Young Boy 27. Drive 28. Death Games 29. Best of the Best
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Best Fight Scenes: Jackie Chan
 
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(Born Chan Kong-song) Probably the most internationally recognizable Asian actor, he has entertained audiences around the world with his unique style of comedic action, stuntwork, and prop use ever since his first major film role in 1978's Drunken Master. With his renowned stunt team, he has made a lasting impact on Kung Fu Cinema. Here's a compilation of my favorite Jackie Chan fight scenes. List of movies in order of appearance: 1. Drunken Master 2 (Legend of Drunken Master) 2. Police Story 4: First Strike 3. The Forbidden Kingdom 4. Who Am I? 5. The Myth 6. Wheels On Meals 7. Dragon Blade 8. Gorgeous 9. (outro) Drunken Master Other films worth mentioning are Snake in the Eagle's Shadow, Spiritual Kung Fu, The Fearless Hyena, Dragon Fist, Dragon Lord, Project A, Project A Part 2, Winners and Sinners, Police Story, Police Story 2, Police Story 3, New Police Story, The Protector, My Lucky Stars, Armor of God, Dragons Forever, Armor of God 2: Operation Condor, Twin Dragons, City Hunter, Rumble in the Bronx, Mulan, Shanghai Noon, Shanghai Knights, Rush Hour, Rush Hour 2, Rush Hour 3, The Medallion, Kung Fu Panda, Kung Fu Panda 2, Kung Fu Panda 3, The Karate Kid (2010), Shaolin (The New Shaolin Temple)
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This is what REAL KRAV MAGA looks like!
 
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IDF Training - The home of authentic Krav Maga in Melbourne Australia http://www.idftraining.com.au/ FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/IDFtraining 1300 858 265 Music for video clip: "Truth of the Legend" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ THUMBNAIL PHOTO: http://www.cynthiabrown.nl/
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Top 20 Knockouts in UFC History
 
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The UFC celebrated its first 20 years by creating the Top 20 Knockouts in UFC History, 1993-2013.
Fight Science - The Human Weapon Most Deadly Fighting Styles: Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do, BJJ
 
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Rare Videos By Javier Vargas TV! (youtube.com/forenzikproductions) The History Channel & National Geographic The Human Weapon Fight Science, Brutal Training, Self Defense Combat. Yip Ip Man's Wing Chun Fast Sternum Blinding Barrage of Punches, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Wrestling Grappling Jutsu BJJ & Judo, Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do JKD, Kyokushin Karate, Boxing and Taekwondo TKD. All Lethal Weapons, Physics of the Anatomy Scientific Punching Kicking Power. Speed, Strength, Leverage, Kinetic Energy and Force. 2018 New. HD Martial Arts Tribute. Fight Science - The Human Weapon Most Deadly Effective Fighting Styles: Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do, BJJ.
Best Fight Scenes: Chinese vs. Japanese Martial Arts
 
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Despite historical conflicts between the two cultures, Chinese martial arts have significantly influenced those of Japan especially in the evolution of Karate. Many Hong Kong Kung Fu films often depict the Japanese martial artists as either the antagonists or side characters (which isn’t surprising considering which ethnicity the movies are primarily based on and thus favoring). Of course, Japanese films have also portrayed their own martial arts albeit usually with a more minimalistic style of fight choreography utilizing less, more economical moves in contrast to the extravagant yet intricate forms of Hong Kong films. I’m not a martial arts expert but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some of the fighting styles used in certain fight scenes. Here are links to short films featured in this video: Da Uomo a Uomo (From Man to Man) Vol. 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WJUkBMIYLw Dragon Lady: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlUfjTLr5KQ List of movies and martial arts styles featured in order of appearance: 1. Ip Man (Wing Chun vs. Shotokan Karate & Judo) 2. Da Uomo a Uomo/From Man to Man Vol. 2 (Dragon-Tiger-Crane Fist vs. Shotokan Karate) 3. Fearless (Three-Section Staff Wushu vs. Kenjutsu) 4. Five Element Ninjas (Choy Li Fut vs. Kenjutsu) 5. Fist of Legend (Fanziquan vs. Kenpo Karate, Judo, & Aikido) 6. Dragon Lady (Drunken Fist vs. Shotokan & Shorei-Ryu Karate) 7. Heroes of the East (Hung Ga & Drunken Fist vs. Sino-Okinawan Karate, Jian (Chinese Straight) Sword Wushu vs. Kenjutsu, Qiang (Chinese Spear) Wushu vs. Sojutsu) 8. The Wrath of Vajra (Shaolin Fist vs. Gojo-Ryu/Uechi-Ryu Karate) 9. The Legend is Born: Ip Man (Wing Chun vs. Shotokan Karate, Judo, & Jujutsu) 10. Ninja in the Dragon's Den (Long Fist & Wing Chun vs. Kyokushin Karate & Shorinji Kempo) 11. War (Dao (Chinese Saber) Wushu vs. Kenjutsu) 12. Ghosts Galore (Luohan Fist vs. Shotokan Karate) 13. Bad Blood (Rope Knife Wushu vs. Shotokan Karate)
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Best Fight Scenes: Hung Ga
 
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Also known as Hung Gar or Hung Kuen, this is the most popular Southern Kung Fu style next to Wing Chun. Characterized by the close-range intricate hand techniques and low kicks of most Southern Kung Fu, it's also recognized for it's use of the horse stance, bridge hand (a hand form many have seen in Kung Fu films but may not have attributed to Hung Ga let alone known about in name), and Five Animals (Tiger, Crane, Snake, Dragon, and Leopard). Hung Ga's lineage traces all the way back to the Kung Fu practiced by the Shaolin monk, Gee Seen Sim See, a Manchu rebel who sought refuge in the Shaolin Temple and later brought his martial arts to the Southern Shaolin Temple after the Northern Temple's destruction. Hung Ga's most notable practitioners include the Chinese folk hero Wong Fei-Hung and later Hong Kong martial arts movie stars like Gordon Liu and Donnie Yen. I'm no expert on Hung Ga but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some of the films/television series featuring Hung Ga. So here's a compilation of some Hung Ga fight scenes. Here are links to short films featured in this video: The Greatest Adversary (fight scene): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFg8cap6YbU&t=78s The Greatest Adversary (full film): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqZS2LhZG1o&t=1s My Hero: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjbYn7vHfCo Kung Fu Black Magic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJZhiWfYpWE&t=199s List of movies/television featured in order of appearance: 1. Ip Man 2 2. Martial Club (Instructors of Death) 3. The Greatest Adversary 4. Fearless (Huo Yuanjia) 5. My Young Auntie 6. My Hero 7. Iron Monkey 8. Heroes of the East (Shaolin Challenges Ninja) 9. Kung Fu Black Magic 10. The Grandmaster 11. Magnificent Butcher 12. Kung Fu Jungle 13. Fists and Guts 14. Ong Bak 2 15. Clan of The White Lotus 16. Kung Fu Hustle 17. Dragon (Wuxia) (2011) 18. Wing Chun (2007) 19. Extreme Challenge 20. (outro) Avatar: The Legend of Korra
Views: 288760 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fight Scenes: Tiger Kung Fu
 
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As the most popular of the traditional Five Animal styles of Kung Fu, the Tiger form is characterized by its pure ferocity and strength imitating the movements and personality of its namesake. It is an external/hard martial art which relies on direct force when attacking or blocking with emphasis on physical conditioning of the body through development of the muscles. This style is particularly well known for the famous tiger claw which can be used for powerful palm strikes, grappling, or even tearing off flesh and other weaker tissue with the fingers of one’s hands. So here are my favorite Tiger Kung Fu fight scenes. Links to short films featured in this video: From Man to Man (Da Uomo a Uomo) Vol 1.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0aGKZ0TRB4 From Man to Man (Da Uomo a Uomo) Vol 2.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WJUkBMIYLw&t=232s Shapely Heroes - Snake’s Victim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otE31thMrEM Slug Street Scrappers Ep. 5 Fight Scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02HI0F8RpwY Full Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v69UTWLugXg Dance of the Drunken Gods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8XC4sCNr0A Black Panther vs White Wolf Proof of Concept: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5D67kecRbg8 1. The Forbidden Kingdom 2. Martial Club 3. From Man to Man (Da Uomo a Uomo) Vol 1. 4. Fearless/Huo Yuanjia 5. Shaolin vs. Lama 6. From Man to Man (Da Uomo a Uomo) Vol 2. 7. Ip Man 2 8. Magnificent Butcher 9. Shapely Heroes - Snake’s Victim 10. Kung Fu Hustle 11. Spiritual Kung Fu 12. Dance of the Drunken Gods 13. Bangkok Knockout 14. Magic Crystal 15. Slug Street Scrappers Ep. 5 16. Kung Fu Panda 17. Fury in Shaolin Temple 18. Ong-Bak 2: The Beginning 19. Captain America: Civil War 20. Black Panther vs White Wolf Proof of Concept
Views: 54442 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fight Scenes: Judo
 
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This Japanese martial art was originally founded by Kano Jigoro as his own interpretation and modification of Jujutsu. Kano believed that removing the word “jutsu”, or “technique”, from jujutsu and substituting it with “do”, or “way”, to create the word “judo”, would present the art as a way of life rather than a set of techniques which otherwise stigmatized jujutsu as an outdated form of self-defense. Central to Judo’s theory is “seiryoku zen’yo” or “maximum efficiency, minimum effort” and its application “ju yoku go o seisu” or “softness controls hardness””. A proper understanding and practice of “ju yoku go o seisu” is intended to enable a practitioner to deal with a physically stronger attacker by not directly engaging them at full force but rather maneuvering around them and using their own momentum against them. While Judo does consist of striking techniques called “atemi waza”, it is far more well known for its “katame-waza” (grappling techniques) and especially “nage-waza” (throwing techniques). Throws are, of course, the most recognizable set of moves from Judo, used extensively in competitions whether in the Olympics or in other combat sports such as MMA with former Judo champions turned mixed martial artists like Ronda Rousey and Fedor Emelianenko. Judo throws are often seen in pop culture with the most notable example being the John Wick film series where Judo moves (among other martial arts) are creatively combined with gun-fu. I’m no expert in Judo but a fan of great fight choreography. Here’s a compilation of Judo fight scenes. Here are links to the short films featured in this video: Throwdown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y-_MP4MMRM Side A Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9PHsOZmYII B-Sides Vol. 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uoxMl_UgXg List of films/television series featured in order of appearance: 1. Throwdown 2. Throwdown (short film) 3. Flash Point 4. Side A Part 1 5. SPL (Kill Zone) 6. B-Sides Vol. 1 7. John Wick 8. John Wick: Chapter 2 9. The Legend of Bruce Lee 10. Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing 11. Undisputed 3: Redemption 12. Boyka: Undisputed 4 13. Ninja: Shadow of a Tear (Ninja 2) 14. Blood and Bone 15. Heroes of the East (Shaolin vs. Ninja) 16. Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl 17. Red Sun 18. Blood on the Sun 19. Judo Justice
Views: 255416 Jamyang Pelsang
The best Snake style fight ever!
 
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Superb display of the technique. A total classic.
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Best Fight Scenes: Scott Adkins
 
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Boyka! Boka! Boyka! The English (not Russian actually) actor/martial artist behind the fictional character Yuri Boyka, he has trained in Gymnastics, Judo, Jujutsu, Taekwondo, Karate, Kickboxing, Wushu, Capoeira, Krav Maga, Jeet Kune Do, and even Ninjutsu. Having as varied of a martial arts background as other stars like Donnie Yen and Michael Jai White, he is one of the most underrated cinematic martial artists of this generation. Here's a compilation of my favorite Scott Adkins fight scenes. List of movies featured in order of appearance: 1. Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing 2. Ninja (2009) 3. Undisputed 3: Redemption 4. Ninja: Shadow of a Tear (Ninja 2) 5. Extreme Challenge (2001) 6. The Expendables 2 7. Wolf Warriors 8. The Tournament 9. Metal Hurlant Chronicles 10. The Shepard: Border Patrol Other notable films include Boyka: Undisputed (upcoming), Black Mask 2: City of Masks, Special Forces, The Medallion (henchman/stuntman), Unleashed (pool fighter), The Bourne Ultimatum, X-Men Origins: Wolverine (stuntman of Weapon XI), Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, El Gringo, Zero Dark Thirty, Green Street 3, The Legend of Hercules, Close Range, Hard Target 2, and Doctor Strange.
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Best Fight Scenes: Drunken Kung Fu
 
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Also known as Zui Quan and popularized by Jackie Chan's Drunken Master 2 in 1994 (and it's North American release "The Legend of Drunken Master" in 2000), this style of Kung Fu imitates the movements of an intoxicated individual to utilize unpredictable offensive and defensive maneuvers. Whether based on the Shaolin Drunken Fist or the Eight Drunken Immortals of the Wudang styles, this unusual martial art does not actually require or even recommend being drunk for it's practice, a common misconception that still persists to this day. I'm no expert on Drunken Kung Fu but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some of the films/television series featuring Drunken Fist. So here’s a compilation of some Drunken Kung Fu fight scenes. Here are links to the short films featured in this video: Dragon Lady: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlUfjTLr5KQ Slug Street Scrappers Ep. 3 (full film): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX9bGA1jcns Slug Street Scrappers Ep. 3 (fight scene): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAtnzr7t3iI Duel (full film): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p02KzXdyRTU Duel (fight scene): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLyy4YAl2Qk Naruto Shippuden Dreamers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6mSdpMJCdc List of movies/television series featured in order of appearance: 1. Legend of the Drunken Master 2. Heroes of the East 3. Dragon Lady 4. Last Hero in China 5. The Forbidden Kingdom 6. Slug Street Scrappers Ep. 3 7. Drunken Master 8. The World's End 9. Duel 10. True Legend 11. Hero Among Heroes 12. Naruto 13. Naruto Shippuden: Dreamers 14. Kung Fu of the 8 Drunkards 15. Ong Bak 2 16. The Shaolin Drunken Monk 17. Raging Phoenix 18. Drunken Master 3
Views: 118599 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fight Scenes: Tony Jaa
 
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(Born Japanom/Tatchakorn Yeerum) Credited with contributing to the mainstream appeal of Muay Thai & Muay Boran, he is one of the greatest stuntman and martial arts movie stars of the current generation first receiving attention after starring in the Thai martial arts cult hit Ong-Bak in 2003. Here's a compilation of my favorite Tony Jaa fight scenes many of which have been choreographed by Jaa himself and his mentor Panna Rittikrai (R.I.P.) with the help of his talented Muay Thai Stunt team (who are highly regarded for using full-contact hits in their fight scenes). List of movies featured in order of appearance: 1. The Protector (Tom-Yum-Goong) 2. Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior 3. The Protector 2 (Tom-Yum-Goong 2) 4. Ong-Bak 2: The Beginning 5. SPL 2: A Time For Consequences (Kill Zone 2) 6. Ong-Bak 3 7. Furious 7 8. Skin Trade (outro montage from Ong-Bak and The Protector)
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Best Fight Scenes: Eastern vs. Western Martial Arts
 
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Although not normally thought of as "martial arts", the Western world has developed their own effective combat systems throughout the ages particularly what is referred to as "Historical European Martial Arts". The differences and similarities between the Eastern and Western approaches are fascinating and often overlooked in the larger context of studying "martial arts". While Eastern martial arts usually possess a spiritual or even religious foundation advocating certain ethical principles and ways of life, Western martial arts usually focus more on pure combat for sport, artistic preservation, and sometimes self-defense (originally for warfare). I’m not a martial arts expert but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and "research" some of the fighting styles used in certain fight scenes. List of movies and martial arts styles featured in order of appearance: 1. Fearless (Tiger Fist vs. Boxing, Qiang (Chinese Spear) Wushu vs. Lancing, & Jian (Chinese Straight Sword) Wushu vs. Fencing) 2. Ip Man 2 (Wing Chun, Hung Ga, & Monkey Fist vs. Boxing) 3. Game of Thrones (Qiang (Chinese Spear) Wushu vs. Great Sword) 4. The Protector (Muay Thai/Boran & Taekwondo vs. Capoeira) 5. The Legend is Born: Ip Man (Wing Chun vs. Boxing) 6. Undisputed 3 (Muay Thai vs. Dirty Boxing) 7. Dragon Blade (Dao (Chinese Saber) Wushu vs. Gladius) 8. True Legend (Drunken Fist vs. Boxing) 9. Born to Defense (Fanziquan vs. Boxing) 10. Hoero! Takken (Kyokushin Karate & Shorinji Kempo vs. Boxing) 11. My Rebellious Son (Jian (Chinese Straight Sword) Wushu vs. Fencing) 12. The Sino-Dutch War 1661 (Jian (Chinese Straight Sword) Wushu vs. Fencing)
Views: 1307623 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fight Scenes: Marko Zaror
 
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This Chilean martial artist/actor portrayed the character Raul "Dolor" Quinones in Undisputed 3 displaying Taekwondo skills and acrobatics rivaling that of even Scott Adkins. While being capable of performing 720 and 900 kicks even at 6' 2'', he has also trained in Boxing, Kickboxing, Karate, and Wing Chun. Besides minor roles in films like "Machete Kills" and stunt doubling for The Rock in "The Rundown", he has starred in his own martial arts films like "Kiltro" and the recent "Redeemer". Here's a compilation of my favorite Marko Zaror fight scenes. List of movies featured in order of appearance: 1. Undisputed 3: Redemption 2. Redeemer 3. Kiltro 4. Mirageman 5. (outro) Mandrill
Views: 278217 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fight Scenes: Filipino Kali/Eskrima/Arnis
 
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Kali, Eskrima, and Arnis are all synonymous terms for a subset of weapon-based and unarmed traditional Filipino martial arts and their associated combat sport. Besides striking and grappling, a wide array of weapons are used. The most iconic of these is the Baston, or “Kali stick”, made of the dense yet light vine stem called “rattan”. Other weapons include knives and daggers like the famous Balisong, or butterfly knife, the Karambit, the machete-like Bolo, swords such as the Kris, and even improvised tools like screwdrivers, belts, and car keys. This martial art is especially popular among western action films like the Bourne series where the titular character grabs whatever is available in his environment like pens, books, and even hankerchiefs to take out his assailants. Favored for its lightning fast, brutal, and effective techniques, it has been heavily incorporated into the fight choreography of countless Hollywood movies. Notable practitioners are Dan Inosanto, student, colleague, and close friend of Bruce Lee and now the world’s leading expert on Jeet Kune Do, as well as famous American fight choreographer Jeff Imada. I’m no expert on Filipino Kali but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some films/television series that feature it. So here’s a compilation of some Filipino Kali/Eskrima/Arnis fight scenes. Here are links to short/independent films/previews featured in this video: Death Grip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuWMnZugFzU Alvin Hsing Vs. Bryan Sloyer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYZXWE3hBXc Bahad (Threat): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj4IoJGMBgo Alex Hashioka Vs. Bryan Sloyer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5l4k4QPo-7s&t=1s Bryan Sloyer Vs. Micah Karns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7BL7vBpDUk Formless: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruZG_5C6o6o List of movies/television series featured in order of appearance: 1. The Bourne Identity 2. I, Frankenstein 3. Death Grip 4. The Bourne Supremacy 5. Batman vs. Robin 6. Alvin Hsing Vs. Bryan Sloyer 7. The Bourne Ultimatum 8. Batman: Bad Blood 9. Bahad (Threat) 10. Taken 11. Young Justice 13. Alex Hashioka Vs. Bryan Sloyer 14. Taken 2 15. Daredevil (TV Series) 16. Bryan Sloyer Vs. Micah Karns 17. Repo Men 18. Formless 19. Blade 2 20. The Equalizer 21. Kiss of the Dragon 22. Spy 23. Furious 7 24. The Man From Nowhere 25. The Wrong Side of Town 26. The Book of Eli 27. Quantum of Solace 28. Enter the Dragon 29. Game of Death 30. The Hunted 31. Ninja Assassin 32. A Grand Arte 33. Sherlock Holmes 34. Hanna 35. 300 36. The Perfect Weapon 37. Arrow 38. Best of the Best 4: Without Warning 39. Under Siege 40. The Chronicles of Riddick 41. Mission of Justice 42. Rambo 3 43. Out for Justice 44. Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever
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Best Fight Scenes: Lateef Crowder
 
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More or less the "real life Eddy Gordo" and a member of the Zero Gravity Stunt Team, he is likely the most prominent Capoeira maestre in the martial arts film industry. Other than the live action portrayal of a certain Tekken character (I wonder who), he has also played as Baraka in the online short film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, a Brazilian prison fighter in Undisputed 3, and a Capoeira fighter in The Protector (Tom-Yum-Goong). Here are my favorite Lateef Crowder fight scenes. Here are links to the short films featured in this video: Inmate 451 (lower quality version on original channel): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZryD0Ds2Bs Inmate 451 (higher quality version): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwxKRWj3adM Inmate 451 (behind-the-scenes footage): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyPMeg14f_8 List of movies featured in order of appearance: 1. Undisputed 3: Redemption 2. The Protector (Tom-Yum-Goong) 3. Mortal Kombat: Rebirth 4. The Girl From the Naked Eye 5. Tekken (2010) 6. Falcon Rising 7. (outro) Inmate 451 Other notable film/television roles include Never Surrender, Supah Ninjas, and the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2.
Views: 4555726 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fight Scenes: Donnie Yen
 
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(Born Yen Ji-dan) Named the biggest action star of Asia and the most "practical fighter" in Asian martial arts cinema by Jet Li and Jackie Chan, this versatile martial artist and former Beijing Wushu champion, (black belt ranks in Boxing, Tai Chi, Jeet Kune Do, Karate, Taekwondo, Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Judo, Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu, Hapkido, and Wrestling) became an international star after his breakout role as the titular character of 2008's Ip Man. He even appeared in the Star Wars film, "Rogue One", as the staff wielding character, Chirrut Imwe. From Wing Chun to MMA-style fight choreography, Yen's action design is intense and highly entertaining. Here's a compilation of my favorite Donnie Yen fight scenes. List of movies featured in order of appearance: 1. Ip Man 2. Hero 3. SPL: Sha Po Lang (Kill Zone) 4. Ip Man 2 5. Flash Point 6. Iron Monkey 7. Once Upon a Time in China 2 8. (outro) Dragon Tiger Gate Other films worth mentioning are Drunken Tai Chi, Tiger Cage, In The Line of Duty 4, Tiger Cage 2, New Dragon Gate Inn, Hero Among Heroes (Fist of the Red Dragon), Iron Monkey 2, Legend of the Wolf, Highlander: Endgame, Blade 2, Shanghai Knights, Seven Swords, An Empress and the Warriors, Bodyguards and Assassins, 14 Blades, Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen, The Lost Bladesman, Wuxia (Dragon), Special ID, Kung Fu Jungle, Ip Man 3, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Triple X: The Return of Xander Cage.
Views: 4356426 Jamyang Pelsang
Best Fight Scenes: Tai Chi
 
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Literally translating to “Supreme Ultimate Fist” and being one of the three Wudang (or Wu-Tang) styles of Chinese martial arts (the other two being Baguazhang and Xing Yi) named after its origins in the Wudang Mountains of China, this martial art is commonly misperceived as only a slow-moving method of exercise and spiritual well-being. In actuality, like the other Wudang styles, it is an internal martial art, focusing on the cultivation of qi, or life force energy as it is known in Chinese philosophy, applying indirect force to subdue an opponent. This internal concept is similar to other internal martial arts like Judo, Aikido, and Hapkido where the enemy's own momentum is used against them. I’m no expert on Tai Chi but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to delve a bit deeper and research some films/television series featuring Tai Chi. List of movies/television series featured in order of appearance: 1. Bangkok Knockout 2. Tai Chi Master 3. House of Fury 4. Tai Chi Boxer 5. Kung Fu Hustle 6. Kung Fu Cult Master 7. Man of Tai Chi 8. Drunken Tai Chi 9. Tai Chi Zero 10. The Defender (The Bodyguard from Beijing) 11. Tai Chi Hero 12. The Matrix 13. Wu Dang 14. (outro) Avatar
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Tai Chi Fighting | Tai Chi Combat - 5 Best Fight Moves...Awesome!
 
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Tai Chi Fighting | Tai Chi Combat - 5 Best Fight Moves...Awesome! We explore the style of Chen Tai Chi - Chén Jiā Tài Jí Quán - 陳家太极拳. Tai Chi Chuan is a combat martial arts style and if you practice the combat or fighting moves of martial art including Tai Chi you will greatly improve your form, posture, breathing, understanding, and technique when practicing the solo Tai Chi kata or forms! Tai Chi is also a meditation in motion. Chen Tai Chi, Yang Tai Chi, and 24 Tai Chi are the most popular styles of Tai Chi Chuan and my favorite style is Chen Style. Here are the Tai Chi Chuan or Tai Ji Quan Moves in this video. #taichi #combattaichi #fightingtaichi #taichichuan #taiji #chentaichi *GET MY TAI CHI CHUAN DVD DOWNLOADS HERE: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu 1. Wild Horse Part's It's Mane 野马分鬃 Yé Mǎ Fēn Zōng 2. Buddha's Warrior Pounds the Mortar 金刚捣碓 Jīn Gāng Dǎo Duì 3. Brush Knee and Push 搂膝拗步 Lōu Xī Ào Bù 4. Single Whip 单鞭 Dān Biān 5. Cloud Hands 云手 Yún Shǒu Thank you to Rubén Wenzel and www.LaoShanWushu.com for practicing with me in this video! Lao Jia Wushu YouTube Channel is Here: https://www.youtube.com/user/muchuwushu Join My BLOG for FREE at: www.LearnFromJake.com Please Subscribe, HIT LIKE, and SHARE this vid! Thanks :) Snap & INSTA: jakemacetaichi My OTHER YouTube Channels: 1. http://www.YouTube.com/VeganAthlete 2. http://www.YouTube.com/AdventuresWJakeNicole JOIN MY ONLINE SCHOOL FOR $5 at: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu 1. Instagram & Snapchat: JakeMaceTaiChi 2. Special Gifts for YOU when you JOIN MY PATREON! Click Here: http://www.Patreon.com/JakeNicole 3. Help us continue to create incredible content, martial arts videos, and collaborations with other great martial artists around the world! Donate to my Go Fund Me or Patreon below: http://www.gofundme.com/jakenicole http://www.patreon.com/jakenicole 4. Join My Online School for $5 a month or $50 a year: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/JakeMaceKungFu 5. Join My NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE: http://www.YouTube.com/AdventuresWJakeNicole 6. Join My VEGAN/GARDENING YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE: http://www.YouTube.com/VeganAthlete 7. Get My Martial Arts & Tai Chi DVD DOWNLOADS Here: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/JakeMaceKungFu 8. Get My Martial Arts & Tai Chi DVD's Here: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu 9. Get My FREE Monthly Training Schedule and Stay Focused: http://www.jakemace.com/contact.html 10. MY New APP is in the APP STORE, on DROID, & on APPLE TV! Search "Jake Mace" in the APP STORE! It's only $1.99 for now! :) 11. Train with Me ONLINE at: http://www.JakeMace.com Check out my NEW DAILY VLOG Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/AdventuresWJakeNicole My OTHER YouTube Channels: 1. http://www.YouTube.com/VeganAthlete 2. http://www.YouTube.com/AdventuresWJakeNicole 3. http://www.YouTube.com/MaceYoga 4. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUZbj1qQjEHITgMvjar-AKQ ---------------- *Join Our Online Kung Fu & Tai Chi School for $5: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu **Email Me at [email protected] ***Order a DVD DOWNLOAD or STREAM: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu ****My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/jakemace.taichi *****My Website: http://www.LearnFromJake.com ******Instagram at "JakeMaceTaiChi" *******Twitter at "KungFuUniverse" ********Snapchat at "JakeMaceTaiChi" *********Train with Me Online at: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/jakemacekungfu Music for this video is: 1. Casual Desire by Ugonna Onyekwe 2. Northern Lights by Chris Haugen 3. Desert Caravan by Aaron Kenny
Best Fight Scenes: Muay Thai/Muay Boran
 
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Muay Thai is a martial art and combat sport originating from Thailand (too obvious from it’s name?) that revolves around striking and clinch-based fighting (which differs from conventional Boxing and Kickboxing competitions that either forbid or only allow limited clinching techniques). Despite not being the first Thai martial art to exist, it became the most popular style of Muay Boran, the collective set of unarmed Thai martial arts that predate Muay Thai. Modern Muay Thai is said to be derived from a particular form of Muay Boran called “Siamese Boxing” which was used by the legendary Nai Khanomtom, a Siamese (from the country of Siam, in what is present-day Thailand) prisoner of war who was rewarded with freedom after consecutively defeating ten Burmese fighters. Although Muay Thai uses what is known as the “Science/Art of 8 Limbs”, older Muay Boran styles used 9 limbs. The 8 limbs being the fists, elbows, shins, and knees with the addition of a 9th “limb”; the head. Many Muay Boran moves were eliminated to create Muay Thai either due to rule changes for competitive matches or for perceived impracticality including more bizarre strikes like the double uppercut (sometimes called the “Hanuman Uppercut” or “Hanuman” for short). Otherwise Muay Thai has kept certain features of Muay Boran intact such as kicking with the shin rather than the foot (to prevent breaking the weaker bones of the foot) and utilizing full body rotation centered around the hips for all its strikes. The most famous of these strikes is the roundhouse kick which is not necessarily exclusive to Muay Thai but widely used by competitors where the hip is rotated to deliver a powerful blow with the front surface of the shin. As most have observed, Muay Thai fighters physically condition their shins to withstand more blunt force and pain by repeatedly kicking bamboo trees which hardens the bone and tissue. Traditionally Muay Thai had been a bare-knuckled affair but later introduced hemp rope tied around fighters’ fists to lessen injury until finally adopting the use of boxing gloves. In film, Tony Jaa (along with his late mentor Panna Rittikrai) is credited as being responsible for popularizing Muay Thai (and some of the more exotic Muay Boran) around the world through his highly innovative stunt work and martial arts sequences. I’m no Muay Thai/Muay Boran expert but a fan of awesome fight choreography so I decided to research some of the films/television series that feature it. So here’s a compilation of some Muay Thai/Muay Boran fight scenes. Links to the short film featured in this video: Slug Street Scrapper Ep. 3 (fight scene): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kATce--Z_9Q Slug Street Scrappers Ep. 3 (full episode): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX9bGA1jcns List of movies/television series featured in order of appearance: 1. Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior 2. Slug Street Scrappers Ep. 3 3. Ong-Bak 2: The Beginning 4. Yamada: The Samurai of Ayothaya 5. Ong-Bak 3 6. Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing 7. The Protector (Tom-Yum-Goong) 8. Special ID 9. The Protector 2 (Tom-Yum-Goong 2) 10. The Legend of Bruce Lee 11. SPL 2: A Time for Consequences 12. Kickboxer 13. Furious 7 14. Bangkok Revenge 15. Skin Trade 16. Chocolate 17. The Kick 18. Never Back Down: No Surrender 19. Fireball 20. Raging Phoenix 21. Fist of Fury
Views: 95120 Jamyang Pelsang
Kung Fu/Taekwondo Style Dream Fight Scenes (Keep Going)
 
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Two year anniversary of our film Keep Going. After receiving a distressing call a man is forced to face his own internal demons in order to deal with his grief and loss. A Dardrex Productions and Atom Phly Media film. Starring: Darren Holmquist Thomas Tan Orlando Redden CJ Thoms Fight Choreographer Darren Holmquist Additional Choreography Thomas Tan Orlando Redden CJ Thoms VFX/Director of Photography/Camera Operator Frank Hernandez Music by Adien Lewis Make Up FX Crystal Noelani Wood Directed/Edited By Darren Holmquist & Frank Hernandez Check out the vocal version of the song called "I Keep Going" by Adien Lewis here! - http://soundcloud.com/adienlewis/i-ke... http://www.facebook.com/keepgoingmovie CONTACT US: Frank Hernandez - [email protected] Darren Holmquist - [email protected] Atom Phly Media - http://www.youtube.com/atomphly Dardrex Productions - http://www.youtube.com/user/dardrex777 Adien Lewis - http://www.youtube.com/adienlewis
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