Korean Martial Arts Styles
Let's Learn About The Korean Martial Arts Styles
Maybe you've heard of Chuck Norris . At the very least, you've seen one of his martial arts movies or read one of the jokes about him ( here's a list - they're really good). Regardless, his initial training came in the Korean martial arts ( Tang Soo Do , to be specific). Then there's Tae Kwon Do , the most often practiced martial art in the...
A History and Style Guide of Hapkido
What caused the martial arts style of hapkido to grow? Effectiveness. As history tells it, a Korean man by the name of Suh Bok Sub watched one man amazingly defend himself against multiple attackers.
A History and Style Guide of Kuk Sool Won
A History and Style Guide of Kuk Sool Won - The Korean martial arts hold a significant place in our history. By starting Kuk Sool Won, In Hyuk Suh attempted to bring all of these arts together for study.
A History and Style Guide of Tae Kwon Do
The martial arts style of Tae Kwon Do or Taekwondo is steeped in Korean history, though some of that history is cloudy due to a lack of documentation in early times and the longtime Japanese occupation of the area.
A History and Style Guide of Tang Soo Do
Tang Soo Do History and Style Guide Introduction: You walk into the martial arts class and almost immediately begin to take notice. Practitioners are doing acrobatic kicks and practicing rhythmic forms with purpose.