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    Martial Arts in Beaver Dam

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    Business Listing   Martial Arts America - Beaver Dam, WI - Phone: (920) 887-7545

    Business Listing   Third Heaven Martial Arts - Beaver Dam, WI - Phone: (920) 356-0219

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    Helpful Definition for: Martial Arts

    Martial arts are referred to fighting arts which can be developed through practice. Martial art is popularly know as Asian style of fighting. Wrestling is a martial art popular in Beaver Dam. Weapons like Jukendo, Eskrima, etc, stunts like kicking, punching, etc, and grappling like throwing, submission, etc, play an important role in martial arts. In Beaver Dam individuals are also taught how to fix dislocated bones, and given tips in acupuncture, along with martial arts. Martial arts are also connected with religion in Beaver Dam. Students learning martial arts have to undergo rigorous training and are often put to test by their trainers. On successful completion of the training, they achieve various titles and belts such as black belt,brown belt, etc. In recent years, martial arts have become a sport activity. This art helps an individual to be physically fit while strengthening the body,improving flexibility, and also coordinates the movement of the body.

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