American Martial Arts Styles

This part gives information about important American martial arts styles, both big and small. It talks about martial arts like American Kenpo, Chun Kuk Do, Jeet Kune Do, and the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. There are more styles too.

Although lots of different martial arts are practiced in the United States, like Taekwondo, Karate, Kung Fu, Krav Maga, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, this part focuses on styles that were made in America.

This is a list of American martial arts styles. It includes the names of all the American martial arts and briefly describes what makes each one unique.

List Of American Martial Arts Styles

American Kenpo – American Kenpo is a mix of different martial arts. People also call it Kenpo Karate.

Budokon – Budokon is a mix of martial arts and Yoga training.

Chun Kuk Do – Chun Kuk Do is a blend of Korean and American martial arts. Chuck Norris, a famous martial artist and actor, created it. Now, it’s known as the “Chuck Norris System.”

Combat Hapkido – Combat Hapkido is a version of traditional Hapkido. It concentrates more on self-defense and grappling.

Danzan Ryu – It’s a mix of jujitsu made in America, also known as Kodenkan.

Jailhouse Rock – Jailhouse Rock (JHR) is a martial arts system developed in the US prison system.

Jeet Kune Do – Bruce Lee, a famous martial artist and actor, created Jeet Kune Do.

Kajukenbo – Kajukenbo is a style made in America. It combines moves from Judo, Karate, Eskrima, and more. It’s made to work well in real-life fights and self-defense situations.

Kickboxing – Kickboxing is about strong kicks and punches.

Lua – Lua is a traditional martial arts style from Hawaii. It focuses on breaking bones, boxing, wrestling, and using weapons.

Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) – This program by the Marine Corps is about fighting without weapons. It includes training on using knives, bayonets, and other techniques.

Small Circle Jujitsu – Small Circle Jujitsu is a martial arts style from America. It mixes grappling methods from different martial arts like Jujutsu and Judo.

Special Combat Aggressive Reactionary System (SCARS) – In the 1980s and 1990s, the US Navy Seals were trained in this martial arts program.

US Army’s Modern Army Combatives Program – This is the martial arts training program for the U.S. Army.

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