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A PARENT’S TESTIMONIAL

    The following testimonial came from a parent. “One of my friends asked “Why do you pay so much money for your kids to do Martial arts classes?” Well I have a confession to make, I don’t pay for my kid’s martial arts. Personally, I couldn’t care less about Martial Arts. So if I […]

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Kuk Sool – The Ultimate Practice

The longer a person practices and studies Kuk Sool, the more he or she begins to realise that it is so much more than just kicking,punching and fighting. In fact, the ability to use only the physical attributes of the martial arts is like only discovering the tip of an ice-burg. Let’s take a closer look. If the […]

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Anti Bullying Week

 GOOD ADVICE FROM ANTI-BULLYING ALLIANCE It doesn’t matter what colour hair you have; what trainers you are wearing; how you speak; how you walk; how you talk – it is not your fault if you get bullied.  We are all different in some way and that’s what makes us amazing. Whether you are a boy […]

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Grading Nerves

Don’t let the shiny uniforms and masters/instructors sat at the front phase you. If you’re training right, a grading is just another class. A few months ago, I took part in my first grading toward Pu Sa Bum Nim (Third degree black belt), having not graded since my promotion to Kyo Sa Nim in June […]

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MASTER AND INSTRUCTOR TITLES

Showing respect toward Master’s and Instructor’s is very important in Kuk Sool. It is especially important to address the different ranking masters by their correct title as there is a huge difference between, for example, a fifth degree master and a ninth degree master. If you do not know the rank of someone, don’t be […]

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WHAT IS EXPECTED OF A KUK SOOL WON STUDENT?

There are many things expected of a Kuk Sool Won student, but the two main pillars of the Kuk Sool Won spirit are etiquette and respect. As such, the Association strives to educate all students about these concepts. All students are encouraged to learn and properly execute all forms of etiquette and respect to each other, […]

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KUK SOOL ARCHERY

It is generally accepted that, overall, the best archers in the world are from Korea. In fact, of the top one hundred men archers (Olympic style,1992), almost thirty were Korean, and of the women the number was almost sixty. TRADITION Korea has had, without interruption, archery for thousands of years. The bow was primarily a […]

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