2008 Soo Bahk Do Forms

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The incredible Master Frank Tsai! He makes it look so easy. What more can I say?

  1. Wow that's amazing. My petty 8th gup skills are nothing compared to this. It's people like Master Tsai beginners such as I awe and aspire towards.
  2. I apologize for my ignorance, but what is this form called? Thanks : )
  3. @janbjorn13 cream of sung yung gai
  4. I take this. I love it. Master goes hard on us though when I go on Fridays.
  5. Woooow frikin amazing *W*
  6. I am not Master Tsai but here's what he'd say I'm confident. The mere fact that you have reached 8th gup is reason enough for you to be confident that as long as you continue, one day you'll be where Master Tsai is in this form demonstration! KWK50
  7. @EugeneRFitzpatrick And I agree, Shotokan Karate, beautiful.
  8. fantastic!!
  9. are you asking if anyone know's this guy? sure, i do. he's my master lol :P
  10. i must say i saw oen of my seeners do that forms im oraneg belt :D Lol
  11. hey who did Hwang Kee train under?
  12. is that coral springs gymnasium?
  13. This is Master of Han-Dol Danbury CT. His forms are pretty much flawless.
  14. Guys, one question for you: in Soobahkdo you learn the applications of your forms? do you have a "bunkai" work or something similar? thanks and congratulations for your art!
  15. Soo Bahk!
  16. Yang Kuk Jin. Also, it is argued by some that he may have also studied under Won Kuk Lee (Chung Do Kwan).
  17. You are amazing Sa Bom Nim Tsai! Truly flawless! check out moodoweb.com
  18. so they do share the same technical background. Well I can can indeed see the difference between SBD and Shoto-kan, but where does this difference come from? Wu-shu or other chinese martial art?
  19. Do you mean Byung-In Yoon - the founder of the YMCA Kwon Bup? If so, that's interesting, since Byung In Yoon also learned Chuan Fa in Manchuria. Who knows, they might have known each other.
  20. yes i can...the moo duk kwan was found back in the 1940's in south korea... from there it branched into the most popular being tae kwon do.. and tang soo do moo duk kwan... then about 15-20 years ago they changed to Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan.. and it still carries the most original of traditions, and the source from where those separate arts originate
  21. @EugeneRFitzpatrick The punchs are not good enough, the position of them is bad for the wrists but nice demostration, I think.
  22. Form is Chil Sung Yuk Ro Hyung
  23. what a long and.... mmmmmm... peculiar pattern... could you tell me the difference between all the moo duk kwan's (TKD, TSD, SBD) and Shoto-kan? Do they all share the same technical background
  24. @DtorBillAgain That wrist position actually compensates for the kickback after a hit, it is so enphatized in soo bahk because the puches have a slight downward motion sinking in the enemy's body. It's not that shotokan is correct it's just different, soo bahk reinterpretates karate's hard movements into soft to hard korean style.
  25. thank you saboonim one of the few tang soo videos that show proper use of hip superb performance