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Oct
15
comment Is 16 too late of an age to start hapkido or judo?
Oh I know, we've got a BJJ instructor (for another class in the same building) that loves to come play. Not that each style and each instructor in a style isn't at least a little different but its some degree of exposure nevertheless.
Oct
14
answered What is a grandmaster?
Oct
14
answered Is 16 too late of an age to start hapkido or judo?
Oct
14
answered Best Martial Arts For Home Training
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Sep
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answered What are the different ways of controlling the feet during a jab punch in boxing?
Feb
10
comment Fighting styles that use a katana from the beginning
While its not a Japanese "katana" Korean Gumdo is an art where you use a similar blade from the beginning (Gumdo is the Korean art of sword play).
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Jan
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comment Korean Equivalent of Shu-Ha-Ri?
edited to add some commentary from two master instructors as a source, if not the answer you're looking for maybe it will help guide you.
Jan
26
revised Korean Equivalent of Shu-Ha-Ri?
added notes from master instuctors as a source.
Jan
21
comment Korean Equivalent of Shu-Ha-Ri?
yeah in that instance I am not really sure what that would be. I'll ask my master. Or if need be Grand Master though he is a littler more difficult to get a hold of these days (traveling a lot)
Jan
20
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Jan
20
revised Korean Equivalent of Shu-Ha-Ri?
added a more in depth understanding of my aforementioned concepts.
Jan
20
comment Korean Equivalent of Shu-Ha-Ri?
Perhaps, though maybe I should have mentioned that we do use them in the context of levels. I'll edit
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19
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answered Korean Equivalent of Shu-Ha-Ri?
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