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Is Karate a sport or a form of worship?
There are manoeuvers that suggest a sport while others point to worship.
Karate is a combat fighting style, that originated in Okinawa Japan around the 19 century. Karate is a Martial Art That uses punching, kicking, elbows, throws and even some grappling submissions , just like other martial arts there are sport forms or variations of the art, like Muay Boran /and Muay Thai Kickboxing. In this case Karate Kumites are the sport side of Karate.
People Use the Martial Arts for multiple reasons, rather it be, because one wants to sharpen his mind body and spirit, compete in tournaments, or also for self defense proposes. The Martial arts is about condition and practicing traditions, and a way of life.
by bobbytnr6 years ago
Martial Arts comes which category in hug pages Arts and Crafts or Sports?i am a kung fu student. I believe its not a sport its an art but i did not find any option in hug pages to categorize in Arts section.
by thebeast026 years ago
Do you view Mixed Martial Arts (UFC) as a real sport?I personally do, but I come across people all the time who say otherwise. Yet when they try to provide reasoning for their decision, they usually aren't very good...
by Denise Dulany7 years ago
What is the best form of martial arts to take if you are going to enlist in the Army?
by Haunty7 years ago
What is the difference between traditional Okinawan Karate and modern sport Karate?
by India Arnold11 months ago
Should martial art tactics be considered offensive or defensive? Why?
by golfslicerepair5 years ago
Is golf a good sport for TV? Or should it be enjoyed live?Maybe it's not a fun sport to watch at all?
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