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    Hapkido Styles

    Just wanted to start a Hapkido Thread of different styles and organizations to help people find schools and what not. :happy7:

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    Isn't that what the dojo reviews section is for?

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    I was a part of Jin Jun Kwon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chizilds
    I was a part of Jin Jun Kwon
    Well, if you're gonna post a style, at least say what distinguishes it from others. Techniques? Philosophy? Curriculum? History? etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saipher
    Well, if you're gonna post a style, at least say what distinguishes it from others. Techniques? Philosophy? Curriculum? History? etc.
    Uhhhh its korean.... and we throw bitches around, just like EVERY other HKD school.... Honestly this is like comparing sprite to 7Up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chizilds
    Uhhhh its korean.... and we throw bitches around, just like EVERY other HKD school.... Honestly this is like comparing sprite to 7Up
    So, you only throw women, eh? Not adding much to the discussion, are you?

    So, your style - Breakfalls (some schools hardly practice them)? Any weapons training? Forms? Wrestling/Grappling? Hard contact sparring with takedowns?

    Again, Dojo Reviews section would be a better place for this type stuff, anyway.

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    We practice chung nam hapkido. It's named after the village where it was developed. Lots of throws akin to judo, and lots of joint locks and stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenMasters
    We practice chung nam hapkido. It's named after the village where it was developed. Lots of throws akin to judo, and lots of joint locks and stuff.
    Curious. How many kicks - similiar to TKD?

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    Ko Am Mu Do is a style from what ive seen is a cross between hapkido and TKD they claim the hapkido is from the Jin Jung Kwan. From what ive seen its a waste of time and like to back peddle one day they claim the art is from Choi Yong Sul the next its some uber korean royal guard tradition, and to my knowledge i believe most korean royal guard were killed the same night the queen was...

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    Quote Originally Posted by saipher
    Curious. How many kicks - similiar to TKD?
    We don't practice kicks with our hapkido, that's what tkd is for. The only time we use kicks while practicing hapkido is when we are practicing counters.(sweep the leg,that kind of thing)

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