Combat Hapkido Curriculum – Does anyone take this and what type of curriculum is followed. Thanks. Can anyone explain to me the difference between “combat hapkido” and I did a version of it where the combat Hapkido syllabus was the core. I was wondering if anybody had a written copy of Combat Hapkido’s Belt Requirements and any The curriculum has changed over the years.

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Difference between Combat Hapkido and Regular Hapkido?

I was wondering if anybody had a written copy of Combat Hapkido’s Belt Requirements and any other requirements for the system. Over the Top Double Trap with face strike 6. However, what a person studying YMK Hapkido would notice, over a period of time, is that a particular biomechanic would be studied a variety of ways, some of which would be more combat-worthy than others.

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The cane is generally referred cimbat as the weapon of choice for most Hapkido Systems because of its flexible and easily adaptive techniques. Reverse Wrist Lock 3. Instructors may require their students to learn some of these cokbat modules to advance levels.

Even today, there are parts being modified and changed as more research is hapkieo – nowadays the ground grappling is evolving into ground survival David Rivas and more work currciulum being done as far as anatomical strategies Mark Gridley. My instructors encourage me to always think of new ways to follow up different breakaways and such of course I learn all the proper ways first.


He was awarded his dan from GM Pelligrini at a national convention recently. If he hadn’t kept ‘Hapkido’ in there, you’d have a lot of people saying ‘well, it’s just simplified Hapkido’. Combat Hapkido’s core techniques rely heavily on the traditional Hapkido techniques that the ICHF determined to have the most practical applications for their goal of modern self-defense.

In addition to the core curriculum, the ICHF researches and develops “modules” that are compatible with the core curriculum and encourages students to explore them.

You shorten our learning curves by so much and I for one am very grateful for that! Situational Awareness and smart behavior are far more important than any particular approach to fighting. Great info Thomas, appreciate that.

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Radial Nerve Strike and Spin 6. I could be wrong though.

The Science of Self-Defense. Later on, the system was re-configured – some techniques were removed, some added, some modified, and they were put into a belt rank system ranging up to 6th dan – formal ranking can be earned. I show people just what little bit I know and the typical response is “well if you are doing cirriculum that slow I can do this or that”.


Feb 27, Messages: Rotate Out Arm Lock I did a version of it where the combat Hapkido syllabus was the core of combah we did with some additions the instructor liked. The style employs joint lockspressure pointsthrowshand strikesand low-lying kicksand trains practitioners to either counter or preemptively strike an imminent attack to defend one’s self.

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Thanks so much Thomas that answers my question and then some!

The Trapping Program is designed to become reactionary and reflexive and not to impede or stop incoming attacks. Introduction to Combat Hapkido: For me, it’s for my own protection, my Wife and soon to be son who’s about 2. The only difference I could imagine is “combat” hapkido incorporates sparring in their training, while the ol’ joe schmoe hapkido doesn’t. LeaFirebenderJul 29, Some Schools use this system:.

We are getting off topic here New modules are supported by DVDs, seminars, and local instruction conducted by certified instructors of each course.

I think it makes them feel cooler.