A martial arts pressure points chart shows the vulnerable points on the body where pain can be inflicted. Martial artists frequently use the pressure points to exploit weaknesses in the body, get an edge over opponents a... More »

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Acupressure.com provides free pressure point charts. The diagrams and charts show the elemental relationships between the specific meridians (body parts) and offer helpful keys to explain the diagrams and their color cod... More »

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The most complete pressure point charts are on AcupunctureProducts. The site divides the pressure points by the organs each is associated with. Martial artists use a different pressure point chart that focus on only the ... More »

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To get a martial arts belt, choose a style of martial arts that offers belts, find a school in your region, and start taking classes. The amount of time it takes to progress varies based on the school and instructor. More »

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Martial arts techniques include blocks, strikes, footwork, stances, submissions, takedowns and throws. Martial arts techniques are effective self-defense methods used for protection. Blocks are used to prevent an opponen... More »

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Karate and Judo are two of the most popular types of Japanese martial arts, according to About.com. The most popular of the Korean martial arts are Taekwondo and Hapkido, states KoreaOrbit.com. More »

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Judo, Kung Fu, Karate, Taekwondo and Muay Thai are some different styles of martial arts. Many of the most popular styles of martial arts are from eastern Asia. However, there are dozens of different martial arts styles ... More »

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