List of Hapkido Techniques with Instructions & Videos

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List of Hapkido Techniques with Instructions & Videos

Here is a list of common Hapkido techniques. Each technique has written and/or video instructions that will help you to master that kick, strike, elbow lock, etc.

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.

List of Hapkido Techniques

Hapkido Kicks

Hapkido Punches & Strikes

Hapkido Blocks

  • High Block
  • Inside Block
  • Low Inside Block
  • Low Outside Block
  • Outside Block
  • Outer Block
  • High X-Block
  • Low X-Block
  • Inside Knifehand
  • Knifehand

Elbow Locks

  • Arm Wraps, inside and outside techniques

Wrist Locks

  • Half Lock
  • Full Lock
  • Outside Lock
  • Goose-Neck

Hapkido Falling Techniques

  • Back Fall
  • Forward Roll
  • Front Fall
  • Side Fall
  • Mobility Throw

Hapkido Weapon Techniques

  • Knife
  • Gun
  • Bo-Staff
  • Stick
  • Cane

References

  1. Korea Hapkido Federation USA, What is Hapkido?, http://www.koreahapkidofederation.net/, Added - 01/22/14


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