4 Aug 2017

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  • Yi Jin Jing (Yuk Keun Kyung)

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    Yi Jin Jing


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    30 Jul 2017

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  • Moo Pahl Dan Kuhm

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    Moo Pahl Dan Kuhm


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    18 Apr 2017

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  • Bong Hyung Il Bu

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    7 Apr 2017

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  • Bong Hyung E Bu

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    Step by Step instructions and PDF printout available on Dartfish.tv


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    6 Apr 2017

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  • Application vs Technique

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    Here’s a little rambling I did the other day. Let me know what you think. 

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    28 Mar 2017

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  • Quote of the Day – 3/28/2017

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    ​“You must not fight too often with one enemy, or you will teach him all your art of war.” – Napoleon Bonaparte

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    14 Aug 2015

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  • Pressure vs. Flow in Grappling

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    Today I came across this video of Josh Barnett extolling the benefits of using pressure over flow in grappling/BJJ situations. 

    Here is my best effort at transcribing this amazing bit of knowledge.

    Student: (Describing his experience) Energy sucking. You know when Eric rolls with you and he starts pushing on you? I feel like Eric steals energy every time he submits.

    Josh: That’s the way it should be though. If I’m not debilitating my opponent in my positioning my pinning, riding any of that as well as the locks and holds I’m trying to apply then I’m not doing everything I can I’m not being as efficient with my offense as I can be. I’m not being as superior a wrestler as I can be.

    Student: No flow?

    Josh: Flow is cool too. But why flow when I can pressure? Flow is when you need to. Flow is part of riding but when I find the opportunity or the advantage where I can apply pressure I apply pressure. All that flowing is great until someone shuts your shit down. Then all of a sudden you have no game. You have to be able to it all. You have to be able to flow. You have to be able to pressure. You have to be able to crush and smash, cut through people and then; avoid, distribute, redistribute, throw by pressure, pass it by you let it come to you and use it. All of the above.
    If you just do one thing, if all you can do is try to pin everybody you’re probably too stiff and you’ll get reversed a lot. If all you do is flow someone will lock your shit down and then you’re done. You have to know when to use what and how to use it. I’m telling you pressure, pressure, pressure. Flow doesn’t make people tired, pressure does.

    Student: So true.

    Josh: Every big time Jiu Jitsu guy I don’t give a shit what they say, what their mantra is, they are all crazy strong, they are all crazy fast, and they all use crazy muscle strength and pressure, with good technique too. They all use strength. They don’t wrestle easy. They don’t win titles s by flowing and blah blah blah it’s a bullshit lie. They get pressured, someone puts some muscle on them, they put more muscle back and then they beat them. Period. I never rolled with a high level black belt that wasn’t’ strong as shit, didn’t use his strength a ton and didn’t try to use that technique within his strength, every time. No bones about it they don’t exist they’re always using strength in some way.

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    9 Aug 2015

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  • Fall 2015 Classes

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    Greetings Students,

    I hope everyone is enjoying your summer. I’ve been working hard on the schedule for this fall. I will be out of town quite a bit this fall in commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of Moo Duk Kwan. As a result, the schedule for the rest of the year will be a bit compacted. I intend to return to our regular scheduling in the new year.
    Pre-registration is now open for new kids wanting to start Soo Bahk Do this school year (registration is always open for adults). I hope existing students will register for fall soon so I know how many seats are available. Those that have already requested enrollment, but haven’t paid yet, have a spot reserved. The rest will go on a reserve list and I will determine availability on a first come first serve basis. I anticipate we won’t be taking in too many new students this fall.
    Here is the schedule beginning September 2:
    Monday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    4:00 Orange/Green Green/Red Dans
    5:00 Dans & Red Kids Introductory
    6:00 Adults Adults Family Class
    The Kids Introductory class will be for kids 5 and up who are beginning Soo Bahk Do. Existing Tiger Tots and older kids white and orange belt (no stripe) will attend this 12-week, one-hour class.
    I am setting up substitute teachers for the days I am absent. On those days, we will have condensed schedules. Kids (orange through red) will train at 5:00 and adults (including Jr. Dans) at 6:00. The 12 weeks for the Kids Introductory Class takes into consideration the weeks I won’t be here.
    Because the schedule will be fluid, please follow my Google Calendar to stay up to date on time, location, and instructor.
    Here is a summary of dates to be aware of:
    • August 30 – Gup Test
    • September 2 – Fall Classes Begin
    • September 16 – modified schedule
    • September 14, 23 – Class at Reservoir Park (check calendar for Bong seminar times)
    • October 9-10 – Dan Test and Regional Youth Tournament in Glenwood Springs, CO
    • October 14-November 1 – Sa Bom Nim in Korea.
    • December 14 – Gup Test

    In moo do,

    Sa Bom Nim


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    9 Aug 2015

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  • Fall 2015 Classes

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    Greetings Students,

    I hope everyone is enjoying your summer. I’ve been working hard on the schedule for this fall. I will be out of town quite a bit this fall in commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of Moo Duk Kwan. As a result, the schedule for the rest of the year will be a bit compacted. I intend to return to our regular scheduling in the new year.
    Pre-registration is now open for new kids wanting to start Soo Bahk Do this school year (registration is always open for adults). I hope existing students will register for fall soon so I know how many seats are available. Those that have already requested enrollment, but haven’t paid yet, have a spot reserved. The rest will go on a reserve list and I will determine availability on a first come first serve basis. I anticipate we won’t be taking in too many new students this fall.
    Here is the schedule beginning September 2:
    Monday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    4:00 Orange/Green Green/Red Dans
    5:00 Dans & Red Kids Introductory
    6:00 Adults Adults Family Class
    The Kids Introductory class will be for kids 5 and up who are beginning Soo Bahk Do. Existing Tiger Tots and older kids white and orange belt (no stripe) will attend this 12-week, one-hour class.
    I am setting up substitute teachers for the days I am absent. On those days, we will have condensed schedules. Kids (orange through red) will train at 5:00 and adults (including Jr. Dans) at 6:00. The 12 weeks for the Kids Introductory Class takes into consideration the weeks I won’t be here.
    Because the schedule will be fluid, please follow my Google Calendar to stay up to date on time, location, and instructor.
    Here is a summary of dates to be aware of:
    • August 30 – Gup Test
    • September 2 – Fall Classes Begin
    • September 16 – modified schedule
    • September 14, 23 – Class at Reservoir Park (check calendar for Bong seminar times)
    • October 9-10 – Dan Test and Regional Youth Tournament in Glenwood Springs, CO
    • October 14-November 1 – Sa Bom Nim in Korea.
    • December 14 – Gup Test

    In moo do,

    Sa Bom Nim


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    11 May 2015

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  • Catch as Catch Can Wrestling

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    For years I’ve found Catch as Catch Can Wrestling techniques to be extremely versatile and devastating against BJJ fighters. As Josh Barnett continues to prove CACC’s effectiveness not only in MMA but in standalone Grappling events how can anyone not see the value in studying CACC techniques?

    Everything Josh shows on his DVD is like pure gold and as cheesy as it sounds if you follow the techniques he shares in his DVD’s you’ll be winning gold at tournaments. I should know, I’ve used CACC specific techniques the past few years on my way to winning the 2014 FILA Grappling/Pankration Submission World Team Trials and also the SJJIF No-Gi Jiu Jitsu World Championships.

    It’s not just wrestling. It’s not just BJJ. It is simply Catch as Catch Can. If you’re not learning this stuff those who do will leave you behind.

    Josh Barnett DVD’s found here!

    http://www.scientificwrestling.com/products/item48.cfm

    http://www.scientificwrestling.com/products/item42.cfm

    Here is a link to Josh’s Metamoris 6 victory against Ryron Gracie. Watch it while its still up. I’m sure it won’t be up long. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrUG4Xd40u4


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