Truths that not everyone knows about martial arts

1: Right from the name, Taekwondo exists with “hands” and “legs”.

Many people who do not practice Taekwondo often think that Taekwondo only has leg blows. This misunderstanding is not so difficult to understand, since modern Taekwondo has given a lot of priority to foot-kicking techniques in both practice and competition.

However, there is a minimum of knowledge for Taekwondo students: this discipline does not forget the techniques of hand blows. Right from the name, this martial art from the land of Kim Chi had enough tea and tea (Kwon) hands.
2: MMA is not a martial art.

MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) is essentially not a martial art, but a martial arts school. After the Gracie family challenged martial artists around the world and won the Brazilian Jiujitsu martial arts, most of them won, the martial arts world recognized a comprehensive martial artist as a martial artist who could master many martial arts.
MMA has never existed a unified rule – each MMA award such as UFC, Bellator, One FC … has its own and slightly different rules. The definition of “MMA” itself does not agree how many martial arts it is required.

3: The oldest martial arts in the world does not come from Shaolin Temple
The history of Shaolin martial arts has yet to be determined clearly, most of the documents suggest that the “life expectancy” of Shaolin martial arts system is associated with Bodhidharma and Shaolin Temple – confirmed. dating back to the end of the third century AD, the saying “Martial arts of the Shaolin Temple” should review the following historical evidence:

Archaeologists have found Egyptian stone wall paintings depicting wrestling techniques, and they date … 2000 BC, before the Shaolin Temple was founded … 2300 years.

1800 BC, epic Babylonian Gilgamesh writes about weapons using weapons such as swords, axes, bows …

800 BC, Olympic was held in Greece, and appeared in many martial arts competitions like Boxing, wrestling, and especially the name of the oldest nouns that humans identified. in martial arts: Pankration.