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      Master Thungunoori Balraju M.B.A.- 35th Generation Shaolin Temple Warrior Secular Disciple Wushu Trained in The Shaolin Temple, Song Shan,China. Wushu Kungfu Martial Arts Academy Hyderabad Offers Best Self Defense Training. Learn Martial Arts, Muaythai Boxing,Wushu Kungfu,Karate Training and also Self Defense Training For Kids from Hyderabad Best Martial Arts Coaching Center.

Muay Thai

Muay Thai  is a combat sport from Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. techniques are divided into two groups: mae mai or major techniques and luk mai or minor techniques. Muay Thai is often a fighting art of attrition, where opponents exchange blows with one another.

Muay Thai is referred to as the "Art of Eight Limbs" or the "Science of Eight Limbs" because it makes use of punches, kicks, elbows and knee strikes, thus using eight "points of contact", as opposed to "two points" (fists) in boxing and "four points" (hands and feet) used in other more regulated combat sports

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11th National Muaythai Championship 2011 
First Time in the History of AndhraPradesh 
A MEGA EVENT OF MUAYTHAI on 5th,6th & 7th AUGUST,2011. 
Venue: Amberpet Municipal Indoor Stadium, Amberpet, Hyderabad.

Wushu and Kungfu Martial Arts Academy Hyderabad is started by Master T.BALARAJU is been involved in martial arts for over 25 years and has been an instructor for 15 years. He persists in his search for knowledge by never passing up an opportunity to train with his wide array of instructors and peers within the twin cities of Hyderabad & Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh (INDIA).
Extraordinary Qualifications in wushu kungfu martial arts which is a rare thing in Andhrapradesh, and he is the only coach in Andhrapradesh for this art.
He learned this martial arts at the school level basically and with a great interest had improved his skills in this art and started participating in the competitions from school level to district level and then to inter state level and reached to the zenith level to participate at international competitions.
Mr.T. Balraju had participated international competitions and got medals and Achievements.

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There are five main styles of taiji or families. These are Chen, Yang, Wu, Wu, and Sun. In addition to those styles, several modern competition styles have been created, 42 forms/ 24 forms/ 48 forms/78 forms etc but mainly the 42 forms and the 42 sword forms. These are the most prominent styles, inside those styles themselves there are several subdivisions. There are several smaller styles that were developed outside of these styles as well, but never became as famous. There is no one style that is really better than another, it depends on personal taste, and body type. The theories inside are also slightly different, and some of the developments within the styles represent the generations of research. Martial arts are a science that develops along with those who train it. You can’t keep down the human mind; we discover new things about old ideas every day.

Pushing hand is the first introduction a Taiji practitioner will have to human interaction with the art. It is the foundation for the fighting aspects of the art, but it is more as well. Pushing hands offers a practitioner the opportunity to work with a classmate to test and see ones strengths and weaknesses, it allows one to gauge their own development, and is a handy tool for identifying shortcomings or unseen mistakes in one’s form and postures.

Pushing hands it has developed into a competition of its own. There are yearly competitions around the world now, and many participate, unfortunately some place pushing hands proficiency above actual taiji proficiency, thereby digressing it into a tug of war match testing each other’s strength rather than actually utilizing true taiji fundamentals. The problem there is that lower level practitioners have made an advancing tool the focus of their practice, thereby impeding their own advancement. It is key when practicing pushing hands that you are not competing with your partner, (unless you are actually taking part in a competition of course)
pushing hands is a tool for one to self analyzes and help a partner do the same.

Anything referred to as an “internal martial art” tends to be a style that focused around using the intentions to lead movement, rather than just action and reaction. Internal martial arts also tend to draw their energy first from the Electromagnetic forces of the Body (or Qi) rather than using brute strength to apply their power. From a position of muscular system, internal martial arts tend to rely more on skeletal alignment and tendon strength rather than larger muscles movements for their applications. Internal martial arts tend to be more scientific in application and training methods, build fundamentals deeply before actually giving the meat of fighting applications to a student. This is truly a question that cannot be covered in a simple faq.