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Traditional Martial Arts
We often hear the term traditional martial arts, often used with disdain by practitioners of modern CombatTM arts, but what are traditional martial arts? First we should define our terms. Although there are numerous definitions with different shades of meaning, I will state the ones applicable to this discussion.
Traditional arts are not defined by wearing white pajamas, chambering your fist by your belt and yelling keeyaa. Many people who think that they are traditional martial artists are actually doing a façade of traditional martial arts. You do not need to associate yourself with a certain style to be a traditional martial artist, an eclectic could train in traditional ways.
An architect must begin with the end in mind and has a top down approach to what he does. The builder that implements the architect's plan must have a bottom up approach as a structure is only as strong as its' foundation. As a martial artist we have an end in mind, it goes to the heart of our purpose in becoming a martial artist. More importantly we are building the finished product, so we must do our work from the bottom up. The training and practice are our work.
Often, when war comes, there are not enough warriors and armies must be quickly raised. Training methods must be efficient. The recruits initially share a common hardship (basic training) where they learn a common set of basic skills, the culture of their organization, and an esprit de corps that gives them unity. Militaries are hierarchical, and as the individual is transformed into a warrior by building his skills from he will achieve rank that designates his place in the hierarchy of his organization. These requirements have lead to standard, or traditional methods for military training.
There is a purpose behind all traditions, in some cases the tradition may have applicability to other purposes, and in others it may not.
The most obvious example is the tradition of building esprit de corps through shared hardship. War is a group effort, the mightiest individual warrior will be killed by a military unit made up of even mediocre warriors that work well as a group. From a military standpoint, it is essential that the individual have unwavering allegiance to his corps. This purpose seems to not apply to individuals studying martial arts, but if you study an art that practices techniques that could result in death or paralysis then this trust, and camaraderie, is just as essential as for the military. Also a teacher of a commercial school is served well by building an esprit de corps in his students for the purpose of maintaining student enrolment.
The common set of basics is essential for a military unit that must work together as a team. For our individual studies this gung-ho would not seem so essential. In order for a style of system to survive as the student progresses to the point that he will go out and start his own school the common core of basics, techniques, and principles is also essential. The purpose may have changed from efficiency of warriors that must wage war as a group to the survival of the style in the face of dilution and pollution.
Hierarchy and rank are essential to the military for the sake of command and control. As a martial school, style, or system becomes too large to manage by one person, the hierarchical structure insures that tasks are delegated to the most appropriate people. Sadly, rank is often reduced to either a money making vehicle (testing fees) for commercial schools, or ego gratification for the student. It can be used as a reference to map the martial artists progress through the curriculum of a system and therefore has some utility outside the military.
It's not ours to reason why
The age old saying that defines one traditional aspect of the martial way is, "It's not ours to reason why, but ours to do or die." When I think of traditional martial arts, I am not thinking of the façade of uniforms, rank insignia, shouting commands, etc. but of a method. The student is given training tasks to perform with minimal explanation. The learning process is to experience doing the tasks repetitiously that make up the basics of the system without question. As they rise through the ranks, they receive new information to support their new place in the hierarchy.
Many people do not care for this method. Some don't like someone else telling them what to do, some just arrogantly believe that they are so smart that they can improve upon the teaching method even though they have not yet mastered the material. The student/teacher relationship must be one of trust as is the leader/subordinate relationship in the military.
Worthy of consideration is the fact that there are traditions for the study of martial arts other than in military fashion, though the art itself stays basically the same. Much of the method used by the military has to do with teaching/controlling large numbers of people efficiently and is not required when the number of students is small or one on one with the teacher.
The Grandfather Method
The grandfather method gets it's name from the idea of an old man passing his knowledge on to his grandson. Martial arts are a physical, rather than intellectual pursuit. The old man forces the boy to learn by repeatedly performing the techniques on the boy who learns how it works through the direct experience of having it worked on him. Words are few and far between and when a verbal explanation comes, it is not a piece of a boring lecture that does not register and is forgotten. It is the answer to a question earned (both the question and the answer) through effort. Lessons learned because they are earned are the best lessons as they are both wanted and appreciated, rather than being pearls trampled by swine.
Although this does not appear to fit the model described for military training, it is indeed a traditional method for some circumstances other than large group training.
Secrecy And The Need To Know
I remember well that when I was in the military I was often "in the dark". The obvious reason is for security. The fewer people that know something, the less likely that that knowledge will get into the wrong hands. Facts are required for logical decision making, if your place is to do or die, you have no need to know. For the most part, martial arts outside the military do not have these same security considerations yet it is common for the student of martial arts to not get all the data or the big picture right away.
A teacher of martial arts is not a prostitute that gives the customer whatever he wants just because he has been paid. A teacher of martial arts is someone that provides a learning experience that will lead the student to an end result that he wants. That process will be hard work, often boring repetition of arduous tasks. It is human nature to want to skip the basics and get right to the good stuff. It has been my experience that people think "OK, I've got that, what's next?" long before they've got it. Perhaps the biggest reason for keeping the martial arts student in the dark for a long time is that it often works best for the student to not know what the lesson really is. If the true purpose of the lesson is behind the veil the student will not put his own spin on it, and spoil the lesson.
Why Traditional Martial Arts
It is clear that much of the rational for traditional methods apply well to the military. If we are studying martial arts outside the context of that purpose, why cling to the tradition? It is mostly a way that knowledge can be preserved by people that lack understanding.
In the beginning of your training you are given things to do. These things are for building physical attributes needed for your style and to ingrain movement patterns used in your style. These things are known a basics, you continue practicing them throughout your life for improvement or maintenance purpose. They are practiced in as an ideal model. In actual applications they may be minor adjustments both physically and in mindset but the neuro-muscular groundwork has been established. Traditional training allows you to be ready to receive and apply the things that you learn while on your path at a level not available to those on other paths. It is a method that promotes quick functional competence with long term growth and improvement.
The reason that I most often hear people use for rejecting traditional martial arts for modern progressive methods is that they are rejecting out of date things that are not useful in this day and age. This "logic" cries out to be questioned.
The world is full of armchair experts that can pontificate from ivory towers but the traditional methods of teaching martial arts, or military science, have stood the test of time, and have been tested in battle where the consequences of failure are brutally harsh, and final. You may be betting your life on your training methods if you need to call upon them in an attack on your life. I for one don't care to discard the wisdom of warriors throughout the ages for the theories of people that can't figure out why those traditions lasted long enough to become traditions.
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|Hi Richard,>> I've have added a link to your site from my MartialArts Link-Site. >> I was hoping that you return the favour and add alink from your site to my > Link-Site.>> > > Sincerely Yours,>> Adam W. Gibson> (Martial Arts Author)||http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Stands/7291/martialartslinksite.htm|
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