• Intermediate level sparring at the U.S. Open Martial Arts Championship (USOMAC) organized by the WFMAF

    Competition Video 2015 Part 3 at US Open Martial Arts Championship

    Martial arts competition video with continuous sparring and full contact sparring at the US Open Martial Arts Championship 2015. To watch more videos, please visit WFMAF’s YouTube channel. US Open Martial Arts Championship Every year, the US Open Martial Arts Championship (USOMAC) attracts hundreds of elite competitors from around the world. They gather here in New York City to compete for medals and cash prizes, with diverse…


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  • The US Open Martial Arts Championship long stick form performance

    Competition Video 2015 Part 2 at US Open Martial Arts Championship

    Martial arts competition video with team demo, weapon forms, push hands, and shuai jiao at the US Open Martial Arts Championship 2015. To watch more videos, please visit WFMAF’s YouTube channel. US Open Martial Arts Championship Every year, the US Open Martial Arts Championship (USOMAC) attracts hundreds of elite competitors from around the world. They gather here in New York City to compete for medals and cash…


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  • Children's martial arts forms performed at The US Open Martial Arts Championship

    Competition Video 2015 Part 1 at US Open Martial Arts Championship

    Martial arts competition video with master demos, hand forms, and weapon forms at the US Open Martial Arts Championship 2015. To watch more videos, please visit WFMAF’s YouTube channel. US Open Martial Arts Championship Every year, the US Open Martial Arts Championship (USOMAC) attracts hundreds of elite competitors from around the world. They gather here in New York City to compete for medals and cash prizes, with…


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  • Competitor of The US Open Martial Arts Championship posing for a picture

    Competition Highlights at US Open Martial Arts Championship 2015

    Martial arts competition highlights at the US Open Martial Arts Championship 2015. To watch more videos, please visit WFMAF’s YouTube channel. US Open Martial Arts Championship Every year, the US Open Martial Arts Championship (USOMAC) attracts hundreds of elite competitors from around the world. They gather here in New York City to compete for medals and cash prizes, with diverse divisions including form competitions (open hand & weapons) in…


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  • Judge Gus Kaparos officiating a match between two fighters at The US Open Martial Arts Championship

    Martial Arts Sparring at US Open Martial Arts Championship 2013

    Martial arts sparring broadcast at the US Open Martial Arts Championship 2013. To watch more videos, please visit WFMAF’s YouTube channel. US Open Martial Arts Championship Every year, the US Open Martial Arts Championship (USOMAC) attracts hundreds of elite competitors from around the world. They gather here in New York City to compete for medals and cash prizes, with diverse divisions including form competitions (open hand & weapons)…


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  • The rhythmic steps and constant motions of the hands distract the opponent, setting up for a kick or sweep. Unlike taekwondo, flying or spinning kicks aren’t often used, rather, low kicks to the shins or knees, sweeps and trips, and direct push kicks to the body are more common.

    Taekkyon: The Original Martial Art of Korea

    (SMA bloggers) – Almost everybody has heard of Taekwondo and Hapkido these days, but Taekkyon, the original indigenous martial art of Korea,…


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  • Choose Your Weapon: Exotic Martial Arts

    (The New York Times) – WHEN it comes to the popularity of judo, tae kwon do and other combat disciplines, the math says it all: Asian martial arts studios in the United States outnumber Dunkin’ Donuts outlets by more than three to one. Black Belt magazine counts some 20,000 studios nationwide and estimates that perhaps two million Americans practice Eastern fighting disciplines weekly or more, said the executive editor Robert Young. Whether for sport or…


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