hapkido


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hapkido

(ˌhɑːpˈkiːdəʊ)
n
(Martial Arts (other than Judo & Karate) & Combat Sports)
a. a Korean martial art
b. (as modifier): a hapkido master.
Translations
Hapkido
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Besides being an artist and lecturer, Noguera is a former Hapkido Middle-Weight Champion.
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O Hapkido (de significado: caminho da uniao da energia interior), arte marcial coreana, que combina acoes de socos, cotoveladas, chutes (ponta-pe), projecoes (quedas) e torcoes articulares, foi originado da arte marcial japonesa Daito Ryu Aiki-Jujutsu, de Sokaku Takeda, que era muito praticado durante os meados do seculo XIX e XX (1859-1943 aproximadamente) cujo principio basico desta arte marcial e a imobilizacao do oponente ocorrida por entorses articulares e contusoes generalizadas (Tedeschi, 2000).
During last month's two-hour session, Grand Master Booth, a professional in the Korean art of Hapkido, demonstrated how everyday objects such as plastic bags and pens could be vital self defence tools if used in the right way.