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How to Get Martial Arts Classes online

How to Get Martial Arts Classes online:

How to Get Martial Arts Classes online
How to Get Martial Arts Classes online
When it comes to self-defense without weapons Martial arts are the most important thing which comes to mind first. There is huge street crime ratio in many countries, especially South Asia. If you don't have the budget for joining martial arts classes then how you can learn it at home or online. If you want to learn martial arts online keep reading this article. I will also share some tips for learning martial arts at home.

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well, there are many youtube channels are available who are teaching Martial arts online. But first thing comes to mind that which martial art you want to learn. There are dozens of martial arts but which art you want to learn? it depends on you. Here we are giving a list and introduction of some famous martial arts.

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Top 10 famous Martial Arts 2018:

1. Kung Fu
2. Karate
3. Wing Chun
4. Taekwondo
5. Jeet Kune Do
6. Boxing
7. Kickboxing
8. Judo
9. Muay Thai
10. Aikido
Top 10 Martial arts in world 2018
Top 10 Martial arts in world 2018

1. Kung Fu:

Kung Fu
Kung Fu
learning anything or practice in the Chinese language is called Kung Fu also known as Gung Fu. There are many forms of Kung Fu like Chinese Kung Fu, Wing Chun. Any Skill which is practice by someone in Chinese can be called Kung Fu. It is the most famous and most practiced martial art in the world.

2. Karate:

Karate
Karate
Karate is officially a Japanese martial art and it is particularly developed by Chinese method of Fujian white crane. In the Japanese language, Karate learner is known as a karateka. In 1922 the first demonstration of Karate in Japan was given by Gichin Funakoshi. Martial arts movies also promoted this Japanese martial art in the 60s and the 70s decade and Karate became most famous Martial art after Kung Fu. Especially Bruce Lee movies promoted this a lot.

3. Wing Chun:

Wing Chun
Wing Chun
Wing Chun is also known as Wing Tsun. It is another martial art whose origin is China. Ng Mui was the founder of the Wing Chun but it is made famous by the great martial artist Yip Man or Ip Man who was also a teacher of Bruce Lee. The focus of Wing Chun is mainly on striking and trapping.

4. Taekwondo:

Taekwondo
Taekwondo
Taekwondo is also known as TKD for short. It was created by Korean martial artists in 1950s, and it mainly focuses on kicking. Korea Taekwondo Association was built to promote Taekwondo and the result is Taekwondo is the 4th most practiced martial art in the world today. Donnie Yen and Tony Jaa are most famous practitioners of Taekwondo.

5. Jeet Kune Do:

Jeet Kune Do
Jeet Kune Do
Jeet Kune Do was developed by the biggest action star Bruce Lee. Jeet Kune Do is also known as JKD, it is not a self-martial itself art but a mixture of most important kicks, punches, and moves which was arranged by Bruce Lee himself. The main focus of JKD is Hybrid Martial Arts. The moves of Jeet Kune Do are derived from Wing Chun, Boxing and Kick Boxing mainly. There are hundreds of thousands of students of Jeet Kune Do present.

6. Boxing:

Boxing
Boxing
Boxing is a western martial art played by wearing gloves. Only punching is allowed in Boxing, it is an old martial art and played in commonwealth games and Olympics also. The main focus is punching and it is also an ancient martial art also played 500BC. Jab and cross punches are most famous and also used in other martial arts.

7. Kickboxing:

Kickboxing
Kickboxing
Kickboxing is derived from Karate, Muay Thai, and boxing mainly and the main focus is Kicking only. It was originated in the early 60s in Japan then it got fame and reached America and Europe. The creator of Kickboxing was Osamu Noguchi. Front Kick, Sidekicks are famous moves and kicks of Kickboxing.

8. Judo:

Judo
Judo
Judo was developed in Japan in the 18th century. The creator of Judo was Kano Jigoro, the Judo practitioner is known as Judoka in Japanese. Judo is also played in Olympics and Commonwealth games and has a high number of practitioners all around the world.

9. Muay Thai:

Muay Thai
Muay Thai
Muay Thai is another form of Boxing. Muay Thai was created in Thailand and it is famous for it's clinching techniques. It is recognized by IOC but not played in Olympics. Most of Muay Thai practitioners are found in Thailand.

10. Aikido:

Aikido
Aikido
Aikido is modern-day Japanese martial art practiced widely around the world. Morihei Ueshiba was the creator of it and focus of Aikido is on Grappling. In Aikido the Knife and short staff training are practiced by practitioners to defend themselves by attackers.


Tips for online Martial Arts Classes:

Do not watch too many videos or tutorials at once. For instance, if you are learning Front Kick then first practice it and master it. Then watch other tutorials. If you keep watching other tutorials at once and you are thinking that you are Einstein and can learn martial arts without practicing them then you can't learn them. Practice is the most important thing without it you can't learn them.