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https://www.facebook.com/events/999303150137063/ The Florida Seminar weekend is almost upon us! May 28th and 29th! US Tae Kwon Do Hapkido, 905 N Kingsway, Seffner, FL 33584 TOPICS ON DAY ONE: • Evading to Countering • Knowing your tools • Controlling Your Opponent • Being explosive and non-telegraphic • Controlling Chaos • Destroying Structure • Finishing Methods •…

VLOG 6 & Being prepared.

Preparedness is not a moment in time. Being. Prepared. Is a current state of living. It requires attendance. It requires study. It requires training. It requires practice. And it requires testing. (See previous blog post.) It doesn’t just happen.

How To Learn

This is the process to understanding anything. Of course, in this case I’m focusing on pencak silat. Study. Train. Practice. Test. Repeat. Study: Listen, watch, and feel what your guide has to offer. If that guide is a hands on teacher. Great. If that guide is a static teacher such as a video. Great. (You’ll…

How To Fight Summarized

This was written to a student a while back who was struggling in his exploration of his own abilities. There are no secrets here, just basic info, but if you’ve never put words to the basic info that you, or your teacher just do, perhaps this is a good starting point. It’s very unlikely this…

Be Clear!

YOU could be teaching Combat Silat within two years. Did you know that with a strategy, a little hope, and some sweat you can achieve your goals? The majority of us do not think so out of the box crazy that we cannot achieve what we set our mind to. If you wanted to do…

Manifesto Series

4. There are pencak silat people and systems that do not follow the path of silaturahim (brotherhood and sisterhood). They should be avoided if possible—as though they do not exist—not because we fear them, but because they bring nothing of value to Pencak Silat Pertempuran. Do not even utter the names they fight so hard…

Manifesto Series

3. Train hard. Train consistently. Be forever a student so that you will not know when you have gained great skill. May it even surprise you! Besides, it would be a shame to rise up in ability and then stop training because you have assumed success. True success is the person who finishes the race!

“My first thought was, who am I to teach?”