Iaido - Iaido is a Japanese martial arts focused on the drawing of a sword (bokken, iaito or shinken) from its scabbard. This martial arts relies heavily on katas (forms) and does not utilize sparring.
Sojutsu is a Japanese martial arts that focuses on spear fighting. This martial arts is also known as Yari Jutsu.
Tahtib - Tahtib is an Egyptian martial arts focused on stick fighting. Students generally train with a 4 foot wooden stick.
Taiho Jutsu - Taiho Jutsu is a Japanese martial arts that was originally designed to help feudal police arrest armed criminals.
Tessenjutsu - Tessenjutsu is a Japanese martial arts based on the use of Tessen (war fans).
Yabusame - Yabusame is a Japanese martial arts focused on archery while mounted on horseback.
Zulu Stick Fighting - Zulu stick fighting (or Nguni stick fighting) is a South African weapon-based martial arts. This martial arts uses one stick for attack and one stick for defense. Some forms of this martial arts also use a shield for defense.
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