Combat Hapkido- is an extremely realistic and versatile discipline of self protection that includes an extensive variety of joint locks, kicks, strikes, take downs, pressure points, ground grappling, disarming techniques and the use of selected weapons. The result is a comprehensive Self Defense system enjoyable to learn, safe to practice and most of all totally effective.
Combat Hapkido’s dynamic concepts are based on scientific principles of anatomy and biomechanics as well as psychology and strategy. It is well suited for men and women of all ages and sizes because physical strength and athletic abilities are not essential. The emphasis is on redirecting the assailants’ aggression and power back toward them with little effort and minimum force on your part.
Combat Hapkido is ideal for those individuals who do not have the time, desire or ability to commit themselves to the demanding study of a traditional Martial Art and are not interested in the “sport” aspect required by many systems. The essence of Combat Hapkido is pure Self Defense. It is the synthesis of scientific principles, realistic applications and plain common sense.
Self Defense/Defensive Tactics
Forget the fancy high kicks, lose the forms and stop wasting time with healing, meditation and breathing exercises or outdated traditional weapons training. It’s time for people to get down to business so they can learn to protect themselves.
They must forgo the techniques and fillers that just take up time and are not connected to self-defense.
In a street attack, things can get ugly real fast. An attacker can reach for your throat, wrists, hair, or shoulders, aiming to either stop you in your tracks and take your wallet or aiming to stop you in your tracks permanently.
Here at our facility you will train to employ joint locks, pressure points, throws, hand strikes, and low-lying kicks, and either counter or preemptively strike an imminent attack to defend one's-self. Unlike the sport aspects and big circles of many Hapkido styles, Combat Hapkido emphasizes small circular motion, non-resisting movements, and control of an opponent through force, redirection, and varied movement and practitioners seek to gain advantage through footwork, distraction, striking, and body positioning to employ leverage. This is specifically why strength and power are not necessary to be totally effective against larger, stronger attackers
Get the training you need before its to late. ACT BEFORE YOU'RE ATTACKED.