Learn Martial Arts Languages
When learning a martial arts, you will often learn a foreign language as well as martial arts skills (such as kicks and strikes). For example, you will learn some basic Japanese for martial arts such as Karate, Aikido and Judo.
While novice students will focus on learning basic martial arts terminology, advanced students will often seek more linguistic skills in order to say hello, goodbye, thanks, etc. in the foreign language of their martial arts style.
Therefore, we have added a number of language videos so you can hear how basic words should be properly pronounced in Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Brazilian, Russian, etc.
- Brazilian Martial Arts Language - Brazilian for martial arts such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Capoeira, etc.
- Chinese Martial Arts Language - Mandarin for martial arts such as Kung Fu, Sanshou, etc.
- Korean Martial Arts Language - Korean for martial arts such as Taekwondo, Tang Soo Do, Hapkido, etc.
- Japanese Martial Arts Language - Japanese for martial arts such as Karate, Aikido, Judo, etc.
- Russian Martial Arts Language - Russian for martial arts such as Sambo, Systema, etc.
- Thai Martial Arts Language - Thai for martial arts such as Muay Thai.
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