02 Came To Win.mp3
03 Follow Me (Polygon Remix).mp3
05 No Effect (Sunset Bros Remix).mp3
06 Boa Noite.mp3
07 King Of The Party.mp3
09 Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked.mp3
10 Fool For You.mp3
THE HISTORY OF MARTIAL ARTS
THE HISTORY OF BOXING
Boxing is a combat sport where two participants,
generally of similar weight, fight each other with
only their fists. Boxing is supervised by a referee
and is typically performed inside a ring with
rounds lasting 1 to 3 minutes. There are three
ways to win:
• Victory is achieved if the opponent is knocked
down and unable to get up before the referee
counts to 10 seconds; this is called a knockout
• If the opponent is deemed too injured to
continue, this is called a technical knockout or
• If there is no stoppage of the fight before
an agreed number of rounds, a winner is
determined either by the referee’s decision or
by judges’ scorecards.
There are four basic punches in Boxing: Jab,
Straight Right/Cross, Hook and Uppercut.
THE HISTORY OF KARATE
Karate is a Martial Art that is centuries old and
essentially Japanese. The translation of ‘kara’ is
open and the translation of ‘te’ is hand. So Karate
means ‘empty hand’.
• Karate training is commonly divided into three
• Kihon (the basics or fundamentals)
• KATA (forms)
• Kumite (sparring).
THE HISTORY OF MUAY THAI
Muay Thai is referred to as ‘The Art of Eight
Limbs’, as the hands, shins, elbows and knees
are all used extensively in this art. A practitioner
of Muay Thai (nak muay) thus has the ability to
execute strikes using eight ‘points of contact’, as
opposed to ‘two points’ (fists) in Western Boxing
and ‘four points’ (fists, feet).
Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand.
THE HISTORY OF KUNG FU
Kung Fu consists of a number of fighting styles
that were developed over many centuries.
Essentially this is a Chinese Martial Art, practiced
by Shaolin monks. Those fighting styles are
identified as ‘families’ or schools. Examples of
these styles are physical exercises that mimic
movements from animals.
There are five animal forms:
• The Dragon
• The Snake
• The Tiger
• The Crane
• The Leopard or Panther.
THE HISTORY OF TAE KWON DO
Tae Kwon Do is a Korean Martial Art. The word
‘tae’ means ‘to strike or break with foot’; ‘kwon’
means ‘to strike or break with fist’; and ‘do’ means
‘way’, ‘method’, or ‘art’. So, ‘Tae Kwon Do’ may
be loosely translated as ‘the way of the foot and
fist’ or ‘the way of kicking and punching’.
Tae Kwon Do is a flamboyant Martial Art that is
agile, fast and precise; it is 90% feet and only 10%