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History of Karate Indian Buddhist, Bodhidarma Came to China in A.D 520 to teach and propagate Zen Discipline of spirit and training of body are closely interrelated India sports Most common fighting sports in India has been wrestling Spectator sport than a participant’s sport Another spectator sport – fist fighting An unarmed fighting system called binot (defense against armed opponents) Yoga Original goal Train the monks physically – sit and moderate longer with more stamina and vigor Showing techniques and physical movements as self-defense and physical fitness, to express some profound spiritual meanings of his teaching physical expression Results in many abstract and fighting arts systems Training in Shorin ji Training helped them carry on a strict spiritual and mental discipline – physical endurance Helped when they had to defend themselves against bandits and lawless individuals Kempo – Chinese knowledge of some fighting method – Shorin ji kempo
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Unformatted text preview: Tai chi chuang and Pa-kua Zen is a set of Buddhism that based on the way of peace-No violent technique -Basic attitude was not to fear violence but to detest it The development of Karate Okinawa – te (because of three major prohibit weapons-1429 united Okinawa from three islands including Hoku-san, Nan-san and Chu-san (King Sho Hashi)-1477 Haito-rei (banning of all swords)(King Sho Shin-1609 Okinawa became domain of Satsuma clan of Kyushu Two te style-Shuri-te and Naha-te (or Tomari –te)-To-te, a indigenous fighting system that had been influenced more directly by elements of China kempo-Shuri-te: Modern style: Shoto-kan, shito-ryu, wado-ryu-Naha-te: Goju-ryu, Uechi-ryu Major Classification of karate in Okinawa-Shorin-ryu: more appropriate for people of small physique – rapid and crisp movement-Shorei-ryu: suit people of larger physique with muscular strength...
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  • Spring '09
  • William
  • common fighting sports, lawless individuals Kempo, Karate Indian Buddhist, profound spiritual meanings, Yoga Original goal

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