Aha’ A’asir teaches all of the grappling of Ancient Egypt, which is the most extensively documented fighting sport. With more than 400 maneuvers Aha’ A’asir is prime in all grappling sports. Found on the walls of tombs in Beni Hassan and Medinet Habu, the grappling of Ancient Egypt was very popular in its day, not only as combat training but as sport. We named this ancient sport after A’asir or, Osiris, the Natjar deity of the Netherworld, whose mummiform image reminds us of the object of wrestling being bound submission.
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