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Sliding the Feet in Contact With the Ground
Some techniques in hapkido are practiced with a foot sliding along the ground or remaining in contact with the ground. For example, in a sequence we call a stepping pattern, it isn't uncommon to step ...
May 14 '12 at 18:39
David H. Clements
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