In this video red Belts and Dans will gain insights into the timing and sequencing that is appropriate for Yuk Ro hyung 1 Du Mun.
The slow motion playback feature of the Institute allows you to carefully inspect all movements for precise understanding of the techniques and you can even post questions for the TAC in the comment section under any video and receive a response to your inquiry.
While you can upload your video to YouTube or Facebook or any number of other websites, only when you upload it to the Soo Bahk Do® Institute does it become part of the official Moo Duk Kwan® martial art school global repository for the body of knowledge that is the Soo Bahk Do® martial art system.
Many mobile phones have high quality camcorders built in and capturing a great video takes only a little planning and few minutes of time.
The video uploading process is similar to YouTube, except that the Institute provides a managed environment without any advertisements and other distractions and it provides a central, organized repository for the “Body of Knowledge” that is the Moo Duk Kwan® Soo Bahk Do® martial art system and you are invited to make your contribution.
Video your favorite training drill or performance enhancing technique and submit it to the Institute.
If you are a certified Instructor, then you might prepare an instructional video about a specific technique and submit it. The Technical Advisory Committee might even endorse your instructional video and publish it globally. Check out this excellent instructional video submitted to the Soo Bahk Do® Institute by Sa Bom Nim Carl Vonck.
The Soo Bahk Do Institute can feature private videos for only your friends, private training videos intended only for your students and public videos approved by the Institute for all subscribers or the general public.
Registered affiliates of the Soo Bahk Do® Institute can earn commissions from paid subscribers referred to the Institute, so an affiliate adding content that is of interest to their target subscriber audience increases the opportunity to convert referrals to subscribers seeking access to the content being published.
The Soo Bahk D®o Institute Annex presents video and other content directly from the Soo Bahk Do® Institute and various official Federation publications and other sources organized into courses, quizzes, exams, series, etc., thus providing additional online learning tools and scholarly educational opportunities for motivated practitioners seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills.
For example, a series on the Soo Bahk Do® Annex may contain all techniques of the same type across all ranks. For example, all self defense technique may be presented in a series even though the techniques are required across many different level rank exams. Content presented in a series may also include additional technical annotations and narrative from senior instructors to help improve your performance.
The Soo Bahk Do® Annex also provides study courses, quizzes and exams to help you evaluate your progress and expand your knowledge base.
You can also earn points and/or achievement badges as you complete different series, courses of study, quizzes and exams.
How Do I Use The Soo Bahk Do® Institute Annex Site?
The best way to enjoy the Soo Bahk Do® Institute Annex is to log into your subscription account on the main Soo Bahk Do® Institute site and log into the Soo Bahk Do® Institute Annex here.
Leave that browser window open and open another to return to the Annex and then you can watch all videos that you have a subscription for without being redirected to the main Soo Bahk Do® Institute site.
The Soo Bahk Do Instituteprovides video instruction with significant importance for the senior, high ranking, martial artist. As we become more skilled in any activity, we realize that all of the techniques and exercises are essentially the same – they only appear different to the novice.
At our level, we train to integrate the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of all of our martial arts repertoire, and then to apply them to our daily lives. This is the gift of the arts and the reward for our many years of training.
Because the martial arts are about “feeling”, a sensory activity, rather than thinking, it is based on an Action Philosophy – a committed approach to life. The magic isn’t in the technique, but is in each of us as we perform it. Each new technique and different technique that we learn provides us with a variation of how we integrate the martial arts in our performance and our lives.
Most great athletes will say that at first the performance seemed complex and often confusing, but the more they did it the simpler and easier it became, because they integrated it within the natural level of their performance. Learning, training and performing any activity should be natural and ultimately easy. We have worked toward that end.
The spirit or “intent” that a practitioner brings to their performance, is the key to the continual development of the most advanced martial artist. Performing any technique effortlessly and spontaneously is the ultimate goal, letting “intent” be the guide. Each new activity and situation is a test of the performer’s sophistication and total body/mind/spirit integration.
Provided in the Soo Bahk Do Institute videos, are many opportunities to apply and test your highly developed skills and your personal development in the arts.
Since I began training in the martial arts in 1958, I have experienced many variations of techniques and approaches to training. They all assisted me to become a successful martial artist, college athlete and most importantly, a successful person.
As an example, one of the videos available on the site is the Birdie Exercise. Students of various rank levels are shown participating at their individual level of skill and understanding. One of the students had not been previously involved in the activity and several others had for many years.
That’s the beauty of martial arts training.
The late Grand Master Hwang Kee, the Founder of Tang Soo Do / Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan, stated that we must continue our individual training which is the foundation of who we are as a true martial artist.