Beginning Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do Korean Art of Self-Defense Volume 1 (v. 1)

Beginning Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do Korean Art of Self-Defense Volume 1 (v. 1)[Ebook] ➧ Beginning Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do Korean Art of Self-Defense Volume 1 (v. 1) By Richard Chun – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk This book contains the history, philosophy, and beginning techniques of taekwondo that are explained, with a complete guide to six beginning forms kicho il boo, kicho ee boo, kicho sam boo, palgye il This book Duk Kwan Kindle Ø contains the history, philosophy, and beginning techniques of taekwondo that are explained, with a complete guide to six beginning forms kicho il boo, kicho ee boo, kicho sam boo, palgye il chang, palgye ee chang, and palgye sam chang. I read this book after reading the second volume in the series It isn t much better, if at all Some of what appears in this book is re printed needlessly in the second,The history of Tae Kwon Do presented in this is blatantly dishonest, falsely tracing its lineage back 2,000 years to Korean antiquity Chun goes so far as to say the arts over that period were Tae Kwon Do They weren t Tae Kwon Do s techniques as Chun presents them came almost completely from Japanese karate taught during the d I read this book after reading the second volume in the series It isn t much better, if at all Some of what appears in this book is re printed needlessly in the second,The history of Tae Kwon Do presented in this is blatantly dishonest, falsely tracing its lineage back 2,000 years to Korean antiquity Chun goes so far as to say the arts over that period were Tae Kwon Do They weren t Tae Kwon Do s techniques as Chun presents them came almost completely from Japanese karate taught during the decades long Japanese occupation of Korea The author unwittingly betrays this by mentioning two names for Tae Kwon Do that we re used after the war Kong soo empty hand and Tang soo Tang hand Tang referred to China s Tang DynastyTang hand means China hand Both empty hand and China hand were the names applied to Japanese and Okinawan karate Chun knew this.One historical reference of interest is brief mention of some of the political struggles the Mudokwan organization faced in the fifties and sixties.Applications of techniques shown in the book aren t valid or realistic for the most part Why block a punch that has no hope of hitting you Who on earth attacks with a lunge punch How does a girl of slight build break the bear hug hold of a man by simply raising her elbows laterally The book was written in 1975, and wasn t good back then His larger hard bound books deserve some of the criticisms lodged here, but I found them faruseful This book does a good job of going over the how what to do for various moves It does not however delve into the why or discuss what not to do I do refer to it for the forms to refresh my memory This is volume 1 of a 2 volume set This book does a good job of going over the how what to do for various moves It does not however delve into the why or discuss what not to do I do refer to it for the forms to refresh my memory This is volume 1 of a 2 volume set This is just the book you need if you re looking to learn the art of moo duk kwan from a paperback book Otherwise it s probably not that useful.

Beginning Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do Korean Art of
  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Beginning Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do Korean Art of Self-Defense Volume 1 (v. 1)
  • Richard Chun
  • English
  • 09 June 2018
  • 0897500156