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Subsequent masters are chosen to carry on the traditional teachings of that particular art. Often, the traditional martial art is rooted in a country’s history. As such, traditional martial arts training implies that a student uphold the philosophical principles of the art and practice its techniques in a fashion similar to the founder’s or in the style’s natural progression. The lineage between students and masters is very important in traditional martial arts training.
For example, Bruce Lee was a student of wing chun master Ip Man. Aikido The Japanese martial art of aikido (“way to unify with your ki”)was founded by Morihei Uyeshiba in 1942. SYSTEMA KOREA HEADQUARTERS. Nonviolent Communication.
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