Obviously, not all contact sports or martial arts are on the list, if not just the ones that I found most interesting or what I know best.
The fundamental characteristic of aikido is the search for neutralization of the opponent in conflict situations, leading to the defeat of the adversary without damaging it, rather than simply destroying or humiliating it. Aikido seeks to train its practitioners as promoters of peace.
It is a modern Korean martial art based on military personal defense. The term can be interpreted as "the path of union with energy."
French contact sport - a type of pied-poing boxe - that uses both hands and feet as weapons and includes elements of western boxing, grip techniques and leg techniques (only with the feet). Savate practitioners are called "tireurs" in the case of men, and savateuses in that of women.
It is a sport derived from traditional martial arts such as karate and combat sports such as taekwondo, to which the movements and blows of boxing have been added; in which the purely sporting spectacle is sought, and to verify the real effectiveness of the techniques against a trained opponent.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
The basic techniques mainly include joint dislocations, and also blows, kicks, knees, dodges, thrusts, projections, knocks, and strangulation.
It is the only martial art that is permanent Olympic sport, as it is included in all Olympic editions. In his sports form he specializes in pitches, submissions and strangulations.
It is characterized by the use of fists and kicks, although it does not restrict its repertoire only to them. Karate-do is a martial art in which strength, breathing, balance and posture, the correct hip rotation and the joint connection of muscles and limbs are coordinated, transferring a large part of the body weight and center of gravity to impact
Martial art transformed into an Olympic combat sport since 1988, when it was introduced as a demonstration sport in the Olympic games held in the city of Seoul in South Korea. Taekwondo stands out for the variety and spectacularity of its kicking techniques and is currently one of the best known systems.
Contact sport of Japanese origin in which the fight or combat techniques of boxing are mixed with those of some martial arts such as karate and Thai boxing.
Combat sport in which two opponents fight using only their fists with gloves, hitting their adversary from the waist up, inside a quadrilateral specially designed for this purpose, in short fighting sequences called assaults or rounds and according to a precise regulation, which regulates weight categories and duration of the meeting, among other aspects.
Thai martial art, which is developed standing by means of combined techniques of legs and arms