How to approach martial arts

From most of the people I’ve spoken to it appears there’s more or less two man ways of looking at martial arts. Some take it simply at face value, namely martial arts: using one’s body as a weapon. Fortunately, the majority of people who practise martial arts aren’t necessarily violent (and most martial arts even […]

The three principles of Hapkido

The Korean martial art of Hapkido isn’t as ancient as some of the martial arts that have influenced it such as Taekondo and Tang Soo Do from which it draws some of the ‘hard’ techniques like the primary attacks, or Aikido and Jujitsu, whence it developed many of the ‘soft’ techniques, such as the movements […]

Learn a new sport – Hapkido

Interested in learning a new sport but not sure which on? Why not consider Hapkido? While not the most well known of the martial arts this form comes from Korea. It isn’t the most ancient of martial arts, with its origins about one hundred years old, but it’s one of the most effective forms of […]