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An Introduction To ISC Control Points 

An Introduction To ISC Control Points 

The discussion below comes from the ISC (International Sports Corp.) and is the primary work of L. Knight PhD, R. Kazoroski MS, and Professor A. Cohen, who was my entrance to it. Sadly they have all passed Lest you think that none of this was known in the west...
TRANSMUTATION

TRANSMUTATION

SOME BRIEF THOUGHTS ON THE MEANING OF FORMS There are no secrets—everything is hidden in the open If we regard the forms that we practice as a syllabus- with a definite-if not clearly defined progression of techniques and principles, what then is the progression? I...
SOFT TKD

SOFT TKD

By Richard Conceicao (7Dan) “Kittens are wide eyed, soft, and sweet with needles in their jaws and feet” [1] We all practice TKD and we know what it is right? It is the art of smashing things in the foot fist way. When we block, we break things, when we...

best wishes to all

“There are many things from which I might have derived good, by which I have not profited, I dare say,” returned the nephew. “Christmas among the rest. But I am sure I have always thought of Christmas time, when it has come round—apart from the...
STEEL HORSE AS AN “INTERNAL ART”

STEEL HORSE AS AN “INTERNAL ART”

I remember someone saying: in Okinawa if you see two people fighting with fists–it is not a serious fight, but if their hands are open–watch out”! Unfortunately i don’t remember who said it. i have experienced the use of open hands in many...

FINALLY! SOME CLARITY ON TKD FORMS

Many of you are aware that I have been critical of TKD and how it is promoted and taught. I believe that this is the source of much confusion for those who study it. I proposed a question on a forum about some these concerns and was thrilled that I received responses...

Can You Make It Work? Yes

Is It The Best Possible Way? Probably Not! Part II In part one we delved into some of the historical reasons that we practice TKD in the way that we do. In past articles I have mentioned the differences between classical and traditional TKD. One aspect was in how the...

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