Martial Arts Belts in Order Infographic. Topic: aikido, capoeira, judo, karate,  Brazilian jui jitsu, krav maga, kung fu, taekwondo, wing chun, savate and Japaneze jujutsu, UFC, MMA.

Martial Arts Belts in Order [Infographic]

Martial Arts Belts in Order Infographic. Topic: aikido, capoeira, judo, karate, Brazilian jui jitsu, krav maga, kung fu, taekwondo, wing chun, savate and Japaneze jujutsu, UFC, MMA.

Hinweis: Gojushiho-Dai,  Technik 38 & 39

Wushu Now You Can Learn To Use Your Natural Ability; To Channel Your Life-force Energy, Heal Your Family, Friends (and Yourself). And Attain The Skills Of A Master

5 Basic Principles of Wing Chun                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Wing Chun's Most Famous Principle. Wing Chun's centre line structure deflect the opponent's attack through the centre. Through the economy of moment, the centre line concept relates the ability of moving efficiently and directly against an attacker.

Explore a world of deadly kung-fu, futuristic barons, and armies of lethal assassins  with this interactive guide to Into the Badlands.

Explore a world of deadly kung-fu, futuristic barons, and armies of lethal assassins with this interactive guide to Into the Badlands.

Shaolin Kung Fu Shaolin practitioner is never an attacker, nor does he or she dispatch the most devastating defenses in any situation.

Inspirational Silence Shaolin Kung Fu Shaolin practitioner is never an attacker, nor does he or she dispatch the most devastating defenses in any situation.

The 7 Kung Fu styles which inspired by animals

7 Kung Fu styles which inspired by animals

Kung Fu systems inspired by animals Tiger Claw - Fu Jow Pai Grand Master Wai Hong

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