I have been doing Taekwondo for 2-3 years now. I am currently a blue belt and now that I am going off to university soon I have been looking at new clubs to join. I got into contact with someone from the UKTC branch in Glasgow, and asked all the questions I could think of.
Both the clubs are of...
These guys have a pretty good discussion on Hapkido, and those responsible for popularizing Hapkido here in the US.
Having trained Hapkido on both coasts, I have noticed that while Choi Yong Sool is always part of the conversation, not all Hapkido masters trace their history back to the same...
I know there are not a lot of Hwa Rang Do practitioners here (I am probably the only one at the time the post was made), but I wanted to make a thread where people who train in Hwa Rang Do could check in and say hello.
So, hello! :)
Don't worry about how old this post is, if you...
Hey everyone. So I have been digging into research and talking with people born and raised in Korea. A lot of these come from Yudo, but I have brought together a collection of the names for some general throws in Korean. This is not an exstensive list and every system has different variations...
I want to give Hapkido a try.
I live in Columbus, Ohio. I have only been able to find 4 schools. 3 of them are very expensive, and on the other side of town. The other one is only 1 day a week at the rec center.
Does anyone here know of any good schools close to Columbus they could recommend...
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I go to a Kukkiwon Studio. I am currently a 4th keup (Red belt) in Kukkiwon Style Taekwondo. Recently, I have gotten very concerned about the quality of my studio.
Hey I'm posting this thread since it is my reality, the place where I live has 3 martial arts schools a Judo Dojo, a Taekwondo Dojang, and a MMA school that's it. Really small town and the nearest martial arts school is a TKD Dojang with 2 hour drive one way, now at the very least I have a lot...
I'm new to this forum but I've been reading it for a few months now and finally decided to make an account, as I have a question for all of you.
At your dojang, how do you say "face the flag" in Korean (if you say it at all)?
I've been doing taekwondo for almost three years now...
Just checking to see if anyone on here will be attending the 50th Anniversary of Rhee Ki Ha arriving in the U.K? This will be held on 2nd July as that's when he arrived here 50 years ago.
If you're not sure who he is, he was the first person to be promoted to 9th Degree by our Founder and now...
Hey everyone. I was wondering if I could get some assistance.
I am working with one of my students on collecting Korean terms for various elements of our art (kicks, punches, stances, etc) for one of his college school projects and one area that we have been running into issues with are throws...
I've been training in ITF Tae Kwondo for a while and will be grading for my blue belt this week. I was just wondering what opinions are of training in both Tae Kwondo and Kuk Sool Won as I have found a very good school in my area for this.
Does anyone have any tips for learning (and remembering) Korean terms and theory for TKD?
Anyone use flash cards, pin them somewhere they will see them every day, go through patterns and state what each move is your doing in Korean?