The Polish Martial Arts is a hybrid martial art of three major schools, namely, Karate, Taekwondo, and Judo. The main aim of this research is to describe the revitalization of Polish martial arts in the modern perspective of the social sciences of physical science, cultural sociology, and the psychology of man. The present-day Poland has been under continuous political influence from the communist regime since 1990. This state lacks a well-developed system of education, research, medical treatment, and effective health care. Thus, the efficiency and productivity level of the healthcare system in Poland are very low compared to other European countries.
In the 20th century, Polish people showed remarkable improvement in all fields including medicine, agriculture, communications, electronics, automobiles, and even in the realm of sports. There were also some notable examples in this area. The Polish National Olympic Committee was founded in 1974. Among the first ten games that the Polish Olympic Committee organized, the most popular ones were the polka dots, jump roping, fencing, weightlifting, wrestling, and track and field.
In terms of fighting arts, the best example is probably lei in szerajski wok, a mixture of various old polish styles (karate, jujitsu, judo, etc.) The concept of this modern combat system was to bring together all the elements of the combat systems from ancient times and create a complete style. As stated previously, Polish authorities allowed the introduction of foreign forms into the polka dot, for instance, the German Chivalry, which inspired some of the new martial art ideas.
A clear indication of the evolution of Polish Army into a modern fighting machine is the fact that the Polish Air Force has only one squadron, which is called “zbigniew sawicki”. It is composed of mostly students of the classical martial art techniques (karate, judo, etc.). On the other hand, there are three fighter planes which are based on the new generation tactics. The first one is “zbigniew wachnaz” or “zanzona wachnaz” which translates to “air combat regiment”, “zbigniew i.e.” which means “of the wing regiment”, and lastly, there is “polkplats i.e.” which means “of the flying troops”.
The Polish Air Force is still practicing their basic maneuvers during the initial stages. They have not yet tested the new tactics for a full-scale Polish Army clash with the United States Army. Nevertheless, the Polish Air Force has successfully learned how to fight on the ground, especially for a long-range engagement. In fact, it is their close support which has won them many victories over the USA Air Force during the history of the two countries. During the World War II, Polish forces fought against the German Luftwaffe and helped to save Poland from a complete ruin.
For more information regarding the Polish sabre fencing art, you can visit their official website. A list of all the schools and branches of Polish martial art is also available on the same site. You can choose to sign up for a class, or you can simply buy one of their DVD’s. You can find simple and beginner lessons as well as more advanced ones.