When you are in the military, there is a time in every assignment when the powers that be tell you it is time to move to a new job. It was my deepest hope that we could remain here at Fort Hood for another… Continue Reading “Soar Training”
The fourth attitude requirement of Tang Soo Do is to “maintain regular and constant practice.” The Founder of Tang Soo Do (formally Soo Back Do/Mu Duk Kwan), Hwang Kee, said “Where there is preparation, there is no fear.” Kee is speaking about consistency. Preparation… Continue Reading “Meditation: Attitude 4”
It’s time to begin another week. With this week, I want you to focus on your hand techniques – especially your loads and your pulling hand. When you load you strikes or blocks, be sure you are fully loading everything. Don’t take short cuts… Continue Reading “Soar Training: Soo Ki”
As a traditional martial art, Tang Soo Do is a forms (hyung) based art. This is the same with many traditional Japanese, Okinawan, and Chinese arts. Tang Soo Do, which is Korean in style and culture, draws heavily from Japan, Okinawa, and China as… Continue Reading “Soar Training: Hyung”
Beginning June 21, our schedule will change. Open for more details.
Little Dragons: 5:30-6:00
Advanced Class: 5:30-6:00