After all, we all know there are "best" martial arts out there, and others that are, well, not so much. I think what's most important in a martial art is that it doesn't require a lot of physical skill or strength to do it well. Nobody has time for that in our busy modern world.
Instead, you need to focus on a martial art that allows you to defend yourself without having to work too hard.
Here's my suggestions for the top five martial arts of ALL TIME!
1) EMPTY FORCE
Why spend a lot of time learning how to hit, punch, and kick stuff when you can simply use the power of Chi to control your enemies? That's the principle behind Empty Force.
Here's how this highly effective martial art from Finland works - you can see for yourself how incredibly effective it is.
2) DAW RYU
Why spend money and time going to a dojo, learning from people who've spent years and years perfecting their art, when you can learn at home for mere pennies? No need to go through bothersome testing and evaluations either - you can grade yourself, on the honor system.
You too can learn how to punch as well as this:
3) YELLOW BAMBOO
If you're like me, you like a lot of white sorcery with your martial arts. Yellow Bamboo is the most famous of the internal martial arts that incorporates that into their training. As you can see below, it is highly effective.
4) DUSTIN'S DOJO
Don't think that just because they were featured on "America's Got Talent" that this isn't a highly skilled and effective martial arts training system. If you're faced with attackers, the skills Dustin can teach YOU will save your life!
What Daw Ryu is for punching, Dustin is for kicking.
5) YUNG KWANG GOJU SOO FU DO
Another train-at-home system, this highly effective self defense system is perfect for anybody who is serious about the martial arts but can't get into a martial arts school to train.
Here's their commercial, and I think you'll agree with me that it's well deserving to be listed in the Top Five Martial Arts of ALL TIME!
Those are my top five martial arts of ALL TIME. Do you have any suggestions for arts that are as good - no, better - than the ones featured here? Let me know in the comments!