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Russian martial arts

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There are a number of martial arts styles and schools of Russian origin. [1] Traditional Russian fist fighting has existed since the 1st millennium AD. [ citation needed ] It was outlawed in the Russian Empire in 1832. [ citation needed ] However, it has seen a resurgence after the break-up of the Soviet Union .

During the Soviet era , the government wanted to create both military hand-to-hand combat systems and combat sports, resulting in the creation of sambo . During the 1980s and after the fall of Communism the interest in the folk martial arts was reawakened. Through ethnographic study, many new styles based on the folk styles appeared.

Russian fist fighting [ edit ]

Main article: Russian fist fighting

Russian fist fighting ( Russian - Кулачный бой Kulachniy boy "fist fighting, pugilism) is the traditional bare-knuckle boxing of Russia . The earliest accounts concerning the sport date to the 13th century. [2]

Sambo [ edit ]

Main article: Sambo (martial art)

Sambo (Russian: са́мбо , IPA: [ˈsambə] ; САМ озащита Б ез О ружия ) is a Russian martial art and combat sport . [3] [4] The word "SAMBO" is an acronym for SAM ozashchita B ez O ruzhiya , which literally translates as "self-defense without weapons". Sambo is relatively modern since its development began in the early 1920s by the Soviet Red Army to improve their hand-to-hand combat abilities. [3] Intended to be a merger of the most effective techniques of other martial arts, sambo has roots in Japanese judo , international styles of wrestling, plus traditional folk styles of wrestling such as: Armenian kokh , Georgian chidaoba , Romanian trîntǎ , Tatar köräş , Uzbek kurash , Mongolian khapsagay and Azerbaijani gulesh .

The pioneers of sambo were Viktor Spiridonov and Vasili Oshchepkov . Oshchepkov died in prison as a result of the political purges of 1937 after accusations of being a Japanese spy. Oshchepkov spent much of his life living in Japan and training in judo under its founder Kano Jigoro . The two Russians independently developed two different styles which eventually cross-pollinated and became what is known as Sambo. Compared to Oshchepkov's judo-based system, then called "Freestyle Wrestling," Spiridonov's style was softer and less strength dependent. This was in large part due to Spiridonov's injuries sustained during World War I . [5]

Anatoly Kharlampiev , a student of Oshchepkov, is often considered the founder of sport sambo. In 1938, it was recognized as an official sport by the USSR All-Union Sports Committee.

Systema [ edit ]

Main article: Systema

Systema ( Система , literally meaning The System ) is a Russian martial art . [6] Training includes, but is not limited to: hand-to-hand combat, grappling, knife fighting, and firearms training. Training involves drills and sparring without set kata .

ARB [ edit ]

Main article: ARB (martial art)

ARB (Russian: А рмейский Р укопашный Б ой ; Armeyskiy Rukopashniy Boy ; 'Army Hand-to-Hand Combat') is a Russian martial art of training for protection and attack receptions that incorporated many functional elements from an arsenal of individual hand-to-hand combat and martial arts from around the world, and has been used in real fighting activities.

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^ "Russian Martial Arts" . Completemartialarts.com. Archived from the original on January 24, 2017 . Retrieved 2014-05-23 . ^ Russian Fist Fighting . "Летописцы наши говорят об ней, еще в начале XIII в. [Our sources talked about it already at the 13th century.]" ^ a b Schneiderman, R.M. (June 19, 2010). "Once-Secret Martial Art Rises in Ring's Bright Lights" . The New York Times . ^ "Once-secret KGB martial art fights for recognition" . Time Live. Archived from the original on July 28, 2013 . Retrieved December 4, 2010 . ^ "Биография Виктор Спиридонов" . Peoples.ru. 2013-03-07 . Retrieved 2015-10-15 . ^ "Systema at Black Belt magazine website" . Black Belt . Archived from the original on January 29, 2017 . Retrieved 2014-02-06 . v t e Martial arts List of styles History Timeline Records Hard and soft Classification Regional origin China Europe India Indonesia Italian Ireland Japan Okinawa Korea Mainland Southeast Asia Philippines Russia Vietnam Unarmed
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