Human Anatomy & Martial Arts Training

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Human Anatomy & Martial Arts Training

In martial arts, it is vital to know the anatomy of your opponent (in order to strike effectively) and your own body (in order to avoid potential damage during training and self-defense situations). Listed below are wiki sections focused on the major components of the body.

Human Anatomy

  • Bones - Names and importance of major bones to martial arts.
  • Cartilage - Names and importance of major pieces of cartilage to martial arts.
  • Ear - How it works, potential injuries and strikes to the ear.
  • Throat - Anatomy, potential injuries, and strikes.
  • Joints - Names and importance of joints to martial arts.
  • Muscles - Names and importance of major muscles/groups to martial arts.
  • Groin - Anatomy, potential injuries and strikes.
  • Hand Anatomy - This page focuses on the structure of the hand.
  • Vital Points - This page focuses on self-defense targets such as the groin and eyes.

Foreign Language Names for these Body Parts


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