Sam Hamke Sa Do
A martial art which has it's physical movements based upon the laws of physics coupled with the mechanics of motion and good form. Principles decide which techniques are used and the application of such movement as is necessary. Principles are instrumental in the severity of the application of the techniques.
Philisophically Sam Hamke Sa Do strives to teach us to live peaceably with all men as much as possible. It also continues a step further to balance the Um and Yang. With the passivity of living peacefully we should strive to love one another and strive to be a positive influence to help others improve.
Spiritually Sam Hamke Sa Do has two sides. The first is in developing the positive spiritual characteristics of man. After striving for improvement in all areas of life it is a natural progression to seek a higher power and eternal concerns. This is the most fulfilling and satisfying stage of growth.
Tang Soo Do
A Korean martial art which teaches empty hand and foot fighting, fighting forms,
self-defense and weapons.
A form of self-defense which employs joint locks,
techniques of other martial arts, as well as kicks, punches, and other striking
attacks. Traditional weapons, including sword, rope, nunchaku, cane, short
stick, and staff.
A Japanese form of self-defense and martial art that uses locks,
holds, throws, and the opponent's own movements.
A method of self-defense without weapons that was developed in China and Japan; holds and blows are supplemented
by clever use of the attacker's own weight and strength
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