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Aikido (aikido?), is a Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba as a synthesis of his martial studies and philosophy. Aikido is often translated as "the Way of unifying (with) life energy "the Way of harmonious spirit." The goal was to create an art practitioners could use to defend themselves while also protecting their attacker from injury.
Aikido is primarily a close grappling art in which attacks are neutralised with various types of throws & Joint locks. Aikido techniques are to blend with the motion of the attacker in order to redirect the attacker's momentum without directly opposing it with minimum effort.
Wrestling is the act of combat between two unarmed persons, in which each strives to get an advantage over or control of his opponent.
Physical techniques which embody the style of wrestling are clinching, locking, and leverage. Avoiding potentially lethal techniques, wrestling has basic principles closely related to those of military hand-to-hand combat systems.
Submission wrestling (also called Grappling) is a martial arts that focus on clinch and ground fighting with the aim of obtaining a submission hold.It brings together techniques from freestyle wrestling, Brazilian Jujitsu, folk American wrestling (catch-as-catch-can), sambo and judo.
Major styles of submission wrestling
a) Brazilian jiu-jitsu: Commonly practiced in America and Brazil, this art can be practiced with or without a gi.
b) Catch wrestling: The original style of submission wrestling taught in America. It is experiencing a resurgence during recent years.
c) Jujutsu: "Jujutsu" refers to many ancient Japanese systems of self defense, some of which emphasized unarmed combat and grappling.
d) Judo: A Japanese martial art emphasizing throws using a gi jacket, but also possessing a well developed groundfighting system. Judo submissions focus on arm locks and a variety of chokes.
e) Luta Livre esportiva: The form of wrestling native to Brazil, similar in nature to [catch wrestling] or [shoot wrestling] with a singular focus on grappling without a gi.
f) Sambo: A Russian combat system partly derived from Judo that uses a jacket, but without kimono or gi pants. Instead of using chokes, most Sambo schools utilize leg locks.
g) Shoot wrestling: A Japanese martial art which uses catch wrestling as a base. The two major sub-disciplines of Shoot wrestling in America are Shooto and Shootfighting.
h) Pankration: Practiced in the ancient world, combines elements of both boxing (pygme/pygmachia) and wrestling (pale) to create a broad fighting sport similar to today's mixed martial arts.
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