What Martial Arts Has The Toughest & Most Physically Demanding Training?

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What Martial Arts Has The Toughest & Most Physically Demanding Training?

What martial arts has the toughest & most physically demanding training? Kyokushin Karate? Shaolin Kung Fu? Systema? Krav Maga? Something else?

There are many martial arts that have very tough classes and training routines. Nevertheless, please try to vote for the martial arts that is best known for its tough training. Don't simply pick your own style. This is not supposed to be a popularity contest (i.e. "My style is best"). Rather, it is a vote for the martial arts that has the perception (or reality) that it has the toughest training regime such as mediating in the snow, kicking trees to toughen shins, iron palm training, 100 man kumite, etc.

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