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Hapkido is a complete art of self-defence. A Hapkidoist can handle virtually any situation and apply the self-discipline and confidence derived from the study of Hapkido to enhance the quality of life.

Hapkido employs the philosophy of using minimal force to overcome a stronger opponent. Therefore, great strength is not needed to apply the techniques effectively. In addition, Hapkido uses pressure points to assist in controlling the opponent.

Characteristics of Hap Ki Do

Hapkido has a powerful arsenal of spinning kicks, thrusts, and sweeps combined with hard and soft fist attacks and defences. It also uses kicks and punches, nerve and pressure point attacks, wrist and joint locks, and many twisting and throwing techniques. The study of Hapkido includes approximately 270 categories of special movements incorporating 3,400 techniques.

The popularity of Hapkido is that anyone, young or old, male or female, can practice this complete art of self-defence regardless of physical weight or strength. Health is improved through systematic training and exercise. The development of muscle and muscle tone, correct posture, control of weight, a sense of self-confidence, self-control of both mind and body and spiritual fulfilment are just some of the benefits of studying Hapkido.

In Hapkido, linear techniques form a solid base upon which the skills of circular techniques can be developed. Everything is taught in the correct order to produce a balanced martial artist who can handle any situation.

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