Two types of martial arts – Sambo and Judo in Pattaya – are similar in technique to each other. And both are popular all over the world.
Sambo is a popular type of martial art all over the world. In the last century, it was studied only in the Soviet Union and only by intelligence officers. In recent years, the number of people studying sports sambo has increased significantly, and the popularity of wrestling has gone far beyond Russia. And our athletes take part in international competitions not only in Sambo but also in Judo and mixed martial arts.
There is an opinion that the basis of Sambo is Judo, which came to us from the Land of the Rising Sun. Indeed, one of its founders, V. Spiridonov, once studied Judo in Japan and then used all the knowledge gained to create Sambo. But why do the Japanese like a slightly modified version of their martial art so much? Some researchers agree that Judo in its classic version is the art of applying techniques. And if it was not possible to apply it, then the wrestler returns to the starting position and makes another attempt. V. Spiridonov, on the other hand, taught not to stop and return to the beginning, but to try to apply another technique that is most suitable for the situation that has arisen.
If anyone happened to go to sambo classes and judo classes at the same time, they could notice that the technique of these types of wrestling is similar:
pain and suffocation techniques.
“Smart and kind people should be able to stand up for themselves” – a phrase from the 1983 film “Invincible” about one of the founders of Sambo A.A. Kharlampiev. Sambo and Judo in Pattaya are very interesting and comprehensively develop a person. Do one or combine both types of martial arts – the choice of every person.