"Training hall" or "gymnasium." Any facility in which the Korean martial arts are practiced.
"The place of the way." A training hall or gymnasium where Japanese martial arts are practiced.
"Master" or "master of the way."
The second www of kyudo in which the archer sets his body into a firm stance
An early form of wrestling practiced by Filipino natives
The original style of iaijutsu that embraces numerous kata and is combat oriented
"Oar." A weapon developed by Okinawan farmers. Today it is a training weapon common to Okinawan karate.
A place of exhibition or athletic performances where martial arts events are often wwwd
"Continuation" or "extension." The overtime period of a match.
The art of long-distance archery
The lapel method of resuscitation used in judo
A Spanish word meaning escape, defend, repel, get away, move out of the way, etc. It is also used in Spanish poetry, literature and prose, to indicate a demeanor of shyness or elusiveness.
A practitioner of eskrima
An Indian form of fencing centered around shields (fari) and swords (gatka). The gatka is a three foot, leather-covered stick. The fari, nine inches in diameter, is also leather bound. To score points the stick must simply touch the vital points designated on the opponent's body.