List of Hapkido Kicks with Instructions & Videos

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List of Hapkido Kicks with Instructions & Videos

Here is a list of common Hapkido kicks with their Korean names. Each kicking technique has written and/or video instructions that will help you to master that kick.

The information on these pages and videos are meant to reinforce and supplement the instruction given at your Hapkido classes. To properly understand these techniques, you need to learn them from a Hapkido instructor who can provide you with an in-depth explanation of the technique, help correct your mistakes, answer your questions and detail how the technique should be utilized.

For any kicks not listed here, please visit the main Kicking Techniques section because it contains many more kicks from a variety of different martial arts.

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Hapkido Kicks

Resources

  1. Intercontinel Hapkido Federation, General Information, http://www.ihapkidof.org/information.html, Added - 03/19/14
  2. Havard Hapkido, The Twenty Kicks, http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/hapkido/techniques/20kicks.html, - 03/20/14








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