List of Martial Arts Terminology – Taekwondo, Shotokan, Aikido, etc.
Each martial arts style has its own unique terminology. Moreover, many martial arts schools use foreign language words and commands to describe their techniques, counting systems (i.e. numbers 1-20), kicks, stances, etc. For example, if you are attending a Taekwondo school, you might need to learn how to count in Korean. Therefore, we are providing you with the key words, numbers and commands used by different martial arts styles.
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Martial Arts Terminology
- Aikido Terminology
- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Terminology
- Capoeira Terminology
- Eskrima, Kali & Arnis Terminology – Filipino martial arts
- Hapkido Terminology
- Judo Terminology
- Karate Terminology
- Karate – Names of Body Parts
- Kendo Terminology
- Kung Fu Terminology
- Muay Thai Terminology
- Ninjutsu Terminology
- Taekwondo Terminology
- Taekwondo – Names of Body Parts
- Tang Soo Do Terminology
How To Count In Martial Arts (Foreign Language Numbers)
- Aikido Numbers – How to count in Japanese for Aikido.
- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Numbers – How to count in Brazilian Portuguese for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
- Eskrima Numbers – How to count in Filipino (Tagalog) for Eskrima/Kali/Arnis.
- Hapkido Numbers – How to count in Korean for Hapkido.
- Judo Numbers – How to count with Japanese for Judo.
- Karate Numbers – How to count in Japanese for Karate.
- Kung Fu Numbers – How to count in Mandarin and Cantonese for Kung Fu.
- Muay Thai Numbers – How to count in Thai for Muay Thai.
- Taekwondo Numbers – How to count in Korean for Taekwondo.
- Tang Soo Do Numbers – How to count in Korean for Tang Soo Do.
Japanese Numbers for Karate, Aikido, Judo, etc.