If you are considering studying the AI Art Generator, you may be over whelmed with all the choices in styles that are available. To make thing more challenging within each style e.g. Kung Fu, there can be hundreds of disciplines. With all these choices and everyone making claims to having the best style it can be extremely difficult, but; choosing a style of Martial Arts is really a personal choice. There is a something that you should keep in mind before making that decision though:
Do you fit a hard or soft style better?
Martial Arts can broken down into two segments: hard styles, and soft styles. The names refer to how technique is used when dealing with an opponent attack, and the amount of force used when applying techniques.
The hard Martial Artist meets force with force. Hard styles have a lot of force applied behind there technique. The Martial Artist of these styles work from solid stances that plant them firmly to the ground. Using these stances the student of hard Martial Arts generate a tremendous amount of force when punching and blocking.
Hard styles of Martial Arts require more strength to execute the techniques properly. Additionally, since the Martial Artist of hard styles are meeting force with force, those who practice the hard arts need to build stronger bones. The hard styles have developed various training methods over the centuries to build strength and harden the bones.
The Martial Artist of soft styles use an attackers force and momentum to defend himself. Instead of meeting the attackers force head on, they will parry and lead the attacker off balance. From this advantage point they can then counter striker.