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Combat Hapkido
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Discussion is welcome.  If you want to talk about a specific technique please indicate the time stamp on the video so we can see the portion you're discussing.  
Two thousand years ago wise men sought Christ, wise men still do.

Techniques are situational, principles are universal.

Fast as the wind, quiet as the forest, aggressive as fire, and immovable as a mountain.

He who gets there first with the most...wins!

Minimal force may not be minimum force!

We don't rise to the occasion...we sink to the level of our training.


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#2
Some good techniques. I followed for though out the state of Texas back in `96 to `98 remembered a lot of these techniques from the seminars. Had several private lessons from him.
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#3
Take a look at the 1:37 mark.  This is quite similar to SPEAR.  His left arm is farther down towards the attackers forearm/wrist area as opposed to the bicep which is the target location in SPEAR.  His head is more upright than it would be for the SPEAR technique.  But the right forearm is similar in that the target location on the attacker is the collar bone/side of neck area.  As with SPEAR, make sure that you are striking with the lower part of your outside forearm/wrist area as opposed to up by your elbow.  Being too far up may allow your attacker to slip the strike and get behind you.
Two thousand years ago wise men sought Christ, wise men still do.

Techniques are situational, principles are universal.

Fast as the wind, quiet as the forest, aggressive as fire, and immovable as a mountain.

He who gets there first with the most...wins!

Minimal force may not be minimum force!

We don't rise to the occasion...we sink to the level of our training.


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Two thousand years ago wise men sought Christ, wise men still do.

Techniques are situational, principles are universal.

Fast as the wind, quiet as the forest, aggressive as fire, and immovable as a mountain.

He who gets there first with the most...wins!

Minimal force may not be minimum force!

We don't rise to the occasion...we sink to the level of our training.


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#5
The first technique he shows ( Brush - Grab - Strike ) was the first thing he showed me and it has been bread & butter technique or my go to technique.
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Two thousand years ago wise men sought Christ, wise men still do.

Techniques are situational, principles are universal.

Fast as the wind, quiet as the forest, aggressive as fire, and immovable as a mountain.

He who gets there first with the most...wins!

Minimal force may not be minimum force!

We don't rise to the occasion...we sink to the level of our training.


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