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Why Does Aikido Have a Bad Reputation? Here’s a Closer Look

Aikido’s bad reputation can be traced back to some celebrities who misrepresented Aikido as a combat art to the public. However, Aikido is not a combat art because it is designed to neutralize an attacker in a peaceful, nonviolent way. As such, many view it as weak art.

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Kickboxing vs. Boxing  – Key Differences Easily Explained

Kickboxing has more striking techniques than boxing because it combines kicking and punching techniques. In contrast, boxing is easier to learn and has fewer techniques because it only involves striking with hands. As such, kickboxing is considered a more robust combat system than boxing.

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BJJ Belt Ranking System – Easy To Understand For Beginners

BJJ color belt ranks are separated into two main groups, each with five different solid color belt ranks. Each color belt has stripes or sub-ranks in the youth belts. Youth (below 16 yrs of age): white, gray, orange, green, black. Adults (above 16 yrs of age): white, blue, purple, brown, and black.

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Top 5 Best Martial Arts For Seniors – Safe And Effective

Martial arts can improve seniors’ balance, mental acuity, and physical strength. The top 5 martial arts for seniors to study to stimulate the mind and body and learn a helpful self-defense art include the following.
1. Brazillian Jiujitsu
2. Aikido 
3. Krav Maga
4. Karate
5. Judo

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