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PostSubject: Styles of Taijutsu   Thu Oct 28, 2010 2:14 am

Styles of Taijutsu

Name of Jutsu: Strong Fist-Gouken Ryuu
Rank:-
Users: Taijutsu users, specialist, masters hailing from Konoha
Type of Jutsu:: Taijutsu
Element Affinity:N/A
Training Link: N/A
Description: This style was once used in the past by former taijutsu masters Rock Lee and Maito Gai. This style is revolved heavily around the damaging off the outer body. The outer body includes the following system of the body:
-The Skeletal System
-The Muscular System

A timeless art, focusing on strong, sturdy strikes coupled with speed and dexterity. A user of Gouken has been known to be quite vicious on the battlefield, leaving a path of broken people and terrain in their wake. The art began quaintly enough, simple punches and kicks made in a linear fashion. With the use of attack patterns and finesse, the style has grown out of the confines of its once fundamental roots, becoming quite a valuable art in any country's arsenal. Users of this style are usually conditioned greatly, their bodies extremely built and strong. They train hard day in and day out when nothing else is available for them to do.

Name of Jutsu: Gentle Fist- Juken
Rank:-
Users: Hyuuga clan members
Type of Jutsu:: Taijutsu
Element Affinity: N/A
Training Link: N/A
Description:
The Gentle Fist (柔拳, Jūken) is a style of hand-to-hand combat that aims to inflict internal damage and disrupt a body's Chakra Pathway System so as to ultimately inhibit an opponent's use of chakra. To do this, the user surgically injects a small amount of their own chakra into an opponent's chakra pathway system. The infiltrating chakra can then be used to rupture or divert chakra flow, preventing them from using jutsu.
Targeting the Tenketsu can enhance the havoc and control a Jūken user can impose upon an opponent's chakra network. These special nodes, 361 in total, are key gatekeeping interceptions in the chakra circulatory network, thus forcibly opening or sealing them in whatever manner the Jūken-user sees fit is a powerful tactical option to have. Harming the chakra network in this way can directly damage internal organs due to their proximity to the chakra circulatory system. Even the slightest tap can cause severe internal damage, hence the name "gentle" fist.
Neji Hyūga remarked that any chakra-based substance can be destroyed by Jūken. As noticed by Kidōmaru, it is done by leaking chakra from the chakra openings in one's hands and molding it into a needle-like shape to slice through the chakra. Although, it is unknown if this technique can be done by any Gentle Fist user or just those who see the tenketsu.
Because the chakra pathway system is invisible to the naked eye, the Byakugan is required for this style to be used effectively. Since the Byakugan is unique to the Hyūga Clan, it has become their signature style of combat.
The ability to inflict severe internal trauma with minimal external force, combined with chakra network manipulation, makes the Gentle Fist the most reputable and fearsome taijutsu style known in all of Konohagakure.

Name of Jutsu: Kung Fu
Rank:-
Users: Taijutsu users, Taijutsu Specialist, Taijutsu Masters
Type of Jutsu:: Taijutsu
Element Affinity:-
Training Link: -
Description: (fictional) Historically, the Kung Fu originates from the eastern continents from where the shinobi countries reside from. It is said that settlers, particularly shaolin monks, came over to this continent over 4,000 years before the current time due to war that had inflicted them for many years. As the monks settled, these settlers then traveled across sporadically across the continents and particularly the shinobi continents.

Over the few millennia, the styles began to change due to other influences (war, race, landmarks, etc) and began to take on different forms and different styles. The two styles that are well known are the Northern styles and the Southern style

-Northern styles/Běi pài (北派) feature deeply extended postures — such as the horse, bow, drop, and dragon stances — connected by quick fluid transitions, able to quickly change the direction in which force is issued.[4][5][6]
In general, the training characteristics of northern styles put more focus on legwork, kicking and acrobatics. Some say this is because the shaolin monks from the north were generally taller than those that were from the southern parts of the east, and such training takes advantage of their greater range of motion, especially in their legs. Others claim that the terrain of northern followers is more suitable to kicking techniques, or that the cold of the north winter caused the practitioner to emphasize leg techniques rather than hand skills
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-Southern Chinese martial arts (南派) feature low stable stances and short powerful movements that combine both attack and defense. In practice, Nan Quan focus more on the use of the arm and full body techniques than high kicks or acrobatic moves. There are various explanations for those characteristics. Some suggest that the physical stature of the Southern monks is responsible. The Southern monks are generally shorter in contrast to the Northern population and as a result the Southern styles are generally short, direct and powerful. Similarly, it is speculated that the dense urban population and its humid climate made focusing on close-quarter hand techniques more practical than the kicking techniques of the North. Still others suggest that the Southern styles focus on practical fighting techniques that can be mastered in a short time because Southern styles were founded and used by rebels.

Name of Jutsu: Taijutsu Style: Muay Thai
Rank: -
Users: Taijutsu Specialist, Taijutsu Masters
Element Affinity: N/A
Training Link: N/A
Description:
A violent martial art style that was originally from the far east close to earth country. Practicioners of this art use a heavy style that focuses mostly on the the hard parts of the body, by understanding that principle the art is a deadly art. It does involve alot of bone adapation. The hard part of the body would be the fist(knuckles) elbows, knees. feet and shins. When the bones become hard and the nerves are completely dead, combining techniques like a high knee kick to the face would involve serious damage to the body of the opponent. A notable weakness is that Muay Thai focus mostly on the high ground (standing) and if a well trained person in wrestling were to take out there legs to the ground, the user will have a difficult time getting themselves up
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Name of Jutsu: Taijutsu Style: Capoeira
Rank: -
Users: Kumogakure Taijutsu Specialist, Masters. Konohagakure: Taijutsu Masters (must be taught0
Element Affinity: N/A
Training Link: N/A
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This style is a origin of Lightning country. A style that almost looks like he is dancing but it truly just involves the feet. In this style, the legs are solely the weapon. In this style, flipping, fly kicks and fighting on one's head has a lot to do with this style. The sole key to this is extreme balance. Shaking of the earth or something to cause imbalance in the body will be difficult to gain such balance and results in falling, leaving the user wide open

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PostSubject: Re: Styles of Taijutsu   Thu Oct 28, 2010 2:49 am

Name of Jutsu: Taijutsu Style: Jeet Kune Do
Rank: -
Users: Taijutsu Specialist, Taijutsu Masters
Element Affinity: N/A
Training Link: N/A
Description: Jeet Kune Do is very...changeable. This style, or rather teaching originates from martial artist that wish to combine the best of each forms and combining them into one style. This style doesn't have much of strengths or weakness for this is more of a balance type. It's a very difficult style to understand combining the techniques and one who does not combine techniques as often have a difficult time mastering the Jeet Kune Do style. Particular weaknesses are that each style has a weakness but a plus side with this is Jeet Kune Do practioners have the element of surprise on hand and if the user has never seen the style before, it is relatively difficult to counter.
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Principles and Techniques
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Usual feats like such are only taught through the scrolls of the library in each village. Those who are advance taijutsu specialist or taijutsu master can lean such abilities



Name of Jutsu: Tae Kwon Do
Rank:-
Users: Taijutsu Users, Taijutsu Specialist, Taijutsu Masters
Type of Jutsu:: Taijutsu
Element Affinity:-
Training Link: -
Description: tae (태, 跆) means "to strike or break with foot"; kwon (권, 拳) means "to strike or break with fist"; and do (도, 道) means "way," "method," or "art." Thus, taekwondo may be loosely translated as "the art of the foot and fist" or "the art of kicking and punching."

Taekwondo is known for its emphasis on kicking techniques, which distinguishes it from martial arts such as karate or southern styles of kung fu. The rationale is that the leg is the longest and strongest weapon a martial artist has, and kicks thus have the greatest potential to execute powerful strikes without successful retaliation

Taekwondo as a martial art is popular with people of both genders and of many ages. Physically, taekwondo develops strength, speed, balance, flexibility, and stamina. An example of the union of mental and physical discipline is the breaking of wooden boards, which requires both physical mastery of the technique and the concentration to focus one's power.
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PostSubject: Re: Styles of Taijutsu   Thu Oct 28, 2010 2:56 am

b]Name of Jutsu[/b]: Krav Maga
Rank:-
Users: Taijutsu Specilist, Taijutsu Master
Type of Jutsu::Taijutsu
Element Affinity:-
Training Link: -
Description: Krav Maga originated ten centuries prior to the creation of the villages, still young in the middle east of the eastern continents. The originators of such martial arts display aerobic and anaerobic prowess, allowing to perform moves both hand to hand standing and hand to hand while grappling on the ground. The intention was protect men and women in war in case a battle would ensue but soon after the war escalated and many of the masters traveled towards the middle continents, or the shinobi countries of today.

Generally, there are no rules in Krav Maga, as it is a defense fighting technique which is not regulated, but utilized to keep the user safe and incapacitate the opponent by any means necessary. Men and women generally undergo the same drills. It has no sporting federation, and there are no official uniforms or attire, although some organizations do recognize progress through training with rank badges, different levels, and belts.
General principles include:
• Counter attacking as soon as possible (or attacking preemptively).
• Targeting attacks to the body's most vulnerable points such as the eyes, jaw, throat, groin, knee etc.
• Neutralizing the opponent as quickly as possible by responding with an unbroken stream of counter attacks and if necessary a take down/joint break.
• Maintaining awareness of surroundings while dealing with the threat in order to look for escape routes, further attackers, objects that could be used to defend or help attack and so on.
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Name of Jutsu: Aikido
Rank:-
Users: Taijutsu Specialist, Taijutsu Masters
Type of Jutsu:: Taijutsu
Element Affinity:-
Training Link: -
Description: The Art of Grappling, this hails far in the eastern continents. The travels did not reach to the middle continents to later 2 centuries before the beginning of the shinobi village so it is considered a rather recent addition to the amount of martial arts that have been combined and stored in history.

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