Hapkido: An Introduction to the Art of Self-Defense

The essential introductory text, written by the author of the landmark 1136-page book, “Hapkido: Traditions, Philosophy, Technique.”
This is the first introductory text to accurately portray Hapkido in its entirety. One of the world’s most exciting, varied, and practical martial arts, Hapkido consists of thousands of techniques encompassing all forms of martial skills: strikes, kicks, blocks, avoiding movements, joint locks, chokes, throws, tumbling, ground fighting, weapons, meditation, and healing. Clearly written and expertly photographed by the author of the landmark Hapkido: Traditions, Philosophy, Technique, this unique book is essential reading for anyone seeking a concise, honest, and accurate overview of Hapkido’s history, philosophy, and techniques. It includes:

Over 680 high-quality photographs, and 48 illustrations
More photos and techniques than any similarly priced competitive book
Precise anatomical drawings of 83 common Oriental pressure points
Comprehensive chapters on history and philosophy
Sixty practical self-defense techniques, spanning most types of attacks
Basic material to guide novices during their initial training
Essential reading for anyone seeking a concise overview of Hapkido
Note: The information in this 128-page book comes from material extracted from the author’s 1136-page work, Hapkido: Traditions, Philosophy, Technique. Readers seeking a comprehensive presentation of Hapkido should obtain the larger work.


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