7 Best Martial Arts – Deadly Fighting Styles for Self Defense


Gentlemen, this is Mantelligence. Today, we’re showing you the top 7 martial
arts styles for self defense It’s crucial for a man to know how to protect
himself and his family from an attacker, and that’s why it’s so important to learn
a fighting style that’s designed to be effective. Here are the 7 best martial arts styles: Style #7: Jujutsu Developed in Japan and taught to the samurai
as a form of defense when weaponless, Jujutsu is the foundation of many martial
arts, like Judo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. It‘s so effective because it uses your attacker’s
aggressiveness against them. When attacked, a Jujutsu fighter redirects
their attacker’s energy and momentum in a way that
renders the attack useless and often opens an opportunity for a counter attack. And since Jujutsu was developed for disarmed
Samurai, It is an extremely effective martial arts
style against both armed and unarmed attackers. Style #6: Taekwondo Over the past 5,000 years, Taekwondo and Korea have simultaneously developed. While it’s better known for its powerful and highly effective kicks, Taekwondo loosely translates to “The way of the hand and fist”. Interestingly, when you see fast and high spinning kicks in movies… chances are it’s Taekwondo. But Taekwondo is more than just impressive to watch, It’s fast, powerful, designed to be effective, and is a great martial arts style for self defense. Style #5: Krav Maga Krav Maga is a dirty and effective fighting style with quite a story. Meaning “contact combat” in Hebrew, it
was created to protect Czechoslovakian Jews in the ‘30s. Krav Maga was born out of street fights and
battles in those tense times. The moves aren’t flashy… they’re simple
and often dirty, designed to quickly neutralize threats,
and to attack the body’s vulnerabilities, like the eyes, face, throat, groin and neck. While it doesn’t always look good, Krav Maga
is a great martial art for close-quarter, real-life fights. Style #4: Aikido The ultimate pacifist’s martial art, Aikido’s fighting style focuses on peaceful resolution. Created by Morihei Ueshiba, Aikido means “the
way of harmony of the spirit.” It is a derivative of Jujutsu,
that combines Jujutsu’s joint locks and throws with the body movements of sword and
spear fighting. While Akido is a bit complicated, it’s designed
with peace in mind, and is a great style for those who want to
defend themselves, while keeping their attackers safe. Style #3: Wing Chun A style with a mythical background, Wing Chun came to fame in the West through Bruce Lee. Its moves are based on the movements of animals,
particularly the crane, And by combing these movements Wing Chun fighters
are able to simultaneously attack and defend, constantly
stay balanced, and remain deadly, even at close range. And even better, the combined movements help
it be effective regardless of a person’s size or weight. Altogether, this makes Wing Chun a great fighting
style for self defense, for just about anyone. Style #2: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Brazilian Jiu Jitsu was founded by brothers Carlos and Helio Gracie, who wanted to redesign
Judo. Where Judo favors brute strength, BJJ uses
leverage to control a fight. Fighters combine this use of leverage, with
attacks like chokes and joint locks, to help them defeat larger and/or stronger
opponents. This makes BJJ one of the most effective and
powerful fighting styles, That’s used by both police and nearly all
MMA and UFC fighters. Style #1: Muay Thai Passed down through generations of Thai families, Muay Thai is Thailand’s martial art of war. It’s designed to convert parts of your body
into different weapons: Your hands become daggers, your elbows hammers,
your knees axes, And your shins and forearms a suit of armor. These weapons combine to create a particularly
effective and lethal martial art. That’s our 7 Most Effective Martial Arts
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