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Soar Training: Hyungs

We will begin this week with the ever-important Hyung. Hyungs are as basic and as complicated as you make them. Studying the Hyungs allows us to gain deep insight into the intricacies and creative application of various techniques within Tang Soo Do. These obviously include punching and kicking, but Hyungs also include throws, joint locks…

Soar 100 challenge: The Wiggle

Our challenge this week is the “Wiggle.” To complete this week’s challenge, you will “wiggle” 100 feet in both directions. What is the Wiggle? Well,… The “Wiggle” is an ab exercise that you perform on your back with your arms and legs off the ground. If you want to move to your right, you will…

Soar Training: Ho Sin Sul

This week’s focus will be on Ho Sin Sul – Self-defense one-steps – and on Concentration. Be prepared to spend some time practicing your forms. Please review and practice according to your required study sheets. Concentration (Chung Shin Tong Il): the ability to focus mental effortWhen is concentration necessary? Concentration is necessary for learning and improving skills….

Soar Challenge: 100 Passings

The challenge this week is 100 Passing defenses. You may space out and break up the movement any way you wish, but complete 100 on each side this week. Notice where is your weight is set in your hips, your feet, your knees, and in your chest. Move your body to an advantageous position. Keep…

Meditation of the Week: When you learn new techniques, learn thoroughly the theory and philosophy as well.

  We all like to learn something new. It’s exciting. When we first began to learn karate, everything was new and engaging. As we progress and become more familiar with Tang Soo Do techniques and body movements, things can become mundane. We must continue to discover possible variations and applications of all our techniques. The “simple” Ahp Chagi is…

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