In Hapkido, movements are hard and soft. Target areas are the joints, pressure points, and nerves. Close proximity to the opponent is most beneficial. Hands and feet are equally used in offensive and defensive movements. Strikes are in all directions, and are mostly angles rather than circles. Similarly, in Aikido, movements are hard and soft, and the target areas are the joints, pressure points, and nerves. However, hands are usually used more than feet. Offensive and defensive movements are applied in all different directions, angles and curves, and a very strong hand-grip is used.
- TrainingTraditional Moo Doe (Martial Arts) is not a common martial art. Oom Yung Doe schools were the first in the United States to teach 8 martial arts as 1 from the origin of Traditional Moo Doe. Traditional Moo Doe schools are very hard to find. Only a small number of individuals in the United States have achieved and are able to demonstrate the broad range of incredible skills and abilities needed to teach a proper line of Traditional Moo Doe. Over the centuries, Traditional Moo Doe has been proven to unite the body, mind and spirit together as one force in order to achieve incredible skills and abilities. These incredible abilities are necessary to have a proper line of learning that will benefit individuals of all ages and body types. In comparison, common martial arts are generally limited to combat techniques and they often do not focus on the individual as a whole. A practitioner must be able to demonstrate incredible skills and abilities in order to teach Traditional Moo Doe. Since the origin of Traditional Moo Doe, the only form of true recognition was a demonstration of incredible skill and ability. Similar to any professional field today, any expert…
- 8 Martial ArtsInsert Full Video The Oom Yung Doe line of Martial Art was the original school to teach “Eight Complete Martial Arts as One” in the United States since 1972. Oom Yung Doe combines knowledge, forms and movements that span thousands of years and generations of martial art practitioners to provide a diverse style of martial arts today. The diversity of knowledge, forms and movements benefits and develops the human body many different ways The main emphasis of training is to develop and strengthen the individual’s mind, body, and spirit.