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Blocking (martial arts): Quiz

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Question 1: In Japanese martial arts such as ________, these techniques are referred to as uke waza.
Okinawan martial artsJujutsuKarateAikido

Question 2: In ________, blocking is the act of stopping or deflecting an opponent's attack for the purpose of preventing injurious contact with the body.
JujutsuBrazilian Jiu-JitsuMartial artsChinese martial arts

Question 3: For example, a ________ or palm strike can be used to neutralize an incoming blow.
Okinawan martial artsKarateShōrinji-ryūKick

Question 4: Some martial arts, such as Tai Chi Chuan and ________, reject blocking techniques completely as they consider them too inefficient.
CapoeiraMartial artsGrupo Axé CapoeiraGrupo Capoeira Brasil

Question 5: Other ways of avoiding attack include evasion, trapping, slipping and deflection of the oncoming attack; this approach is often referred to as the application of 'soft' techniques (see ________).
Tai chi chuanJujutsuJudoHard and soft (martial arts)

Question 6: In Korean martial arts such as ________, these techniques are referred to as makgi, with some examples being chukyeo makgi (rising block) and sonkal daebi makgi (knifehand guarding block).
HapkidoTaekwondoHwa Rang DoTang Soo Do







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