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R. Jai Says, in 1-28-2010 at 23:54:05 from     

This man is not part of the World Hapkido Federation. Possibly something out of Korea, and not the true World Hapkido Federation.
Rating: 1 / 5

Martin R. Cushen Says, in 1-29-2010 at 01:58:32 from     

I found it a interesting and useful DVD for gaining more knowledge and technques to complement my training in Hapkido.
Rating: 5 / 5

R. Boy Says, in 1-29-2010 at 04:38:06 from     

I like this DVD. It covers a ton of skills! The only think I wish it would improve on is to show more details. For new students, I would also recommend another DVD called Skills of Hapkido by 9thDan.com It doesn’t have as many skills, but boy, it is extremely detailed! I think they also sell it here in Amazon too: Skills of Hapkido
Rating: 3 / 5

john Says, in 1-29-2010 at 06:48:24 from     

I have practiced hapkido for almost 10 years now. This is a great dvd to buy if you want to review techniques you’ve already learned, get a different take on techniques you already are familiar with, or simply want to know more about hapkido. It is not, however, possible or a good idea to learn something new from this dvd. Mr. Miyagi put it best when he said you cannot learn karate from a book.
Rating: 4 / 5

SF Troop Says, in 1-29-2010 at 07:56:35 from     

Hapkido Essentials and the two Hapkido Self Defense volumes are great for technique review. These products are good for those individuals that are now training or having had some previous experience in Hapkido or other similar Korean martial arts. It is difficult to see the hand positions for many of the techniques. Other than that you will see super rolling, throwing, blocking, locking, rotation, and flexion.
Rating: 5 / 5

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