Modern Combat Hapkido
Modern Combat Hapkido combines selective elements of Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Judo, and Jiu-jitsu. It teaches five levels of application which are escapes, control techniques, joint breaks, take-downs, and last resort responses. Combat Hapkido will teach the student to be a “thinker on their feet” and quickly determine which type of application is appropriate for a particular self defense situation. A Jiujitsu style gi is worn in the class with the opportunity for belt advancement. Classes are great for people of all ages and fitness levels as they focus more on techniques rather than rigorous fitness training. The Combat Hapkido program is good for one's mind, body, and mental health.
Who Teaches Modern Combat Hapkido?
Ev has been active in martial arts for over 35 years. He has earned a black belt in Krav Maga and numerous black belts in other martial arts. He is a certified CDT Tactical Master Instructor and has trained law enforcement personnel as well as U.S. military forces for the past 25 years. Ev is also a Hosin Hapkido Federation Master Instructor and has a Hosin Hapkido 8th Degree Black Belt.
Danny Barrett has been involved in the martial arts for almost 30 years. Danny is a native New Yorker who began his martial arts training in 1986 and continued training when he moved to California in 1992 and has experience in multiple disciplines. He holds black belt ranks in Danzan Ryu Jujitsu from the American Judo and Jujitsu Federation and the Pacific Jujitsu Alliance and is currently a 5th degree black belt in Danzan Ryu Jujitsu. He was also awarded an Instructor Certificate and the title of "Danzan Ryu Sensei" from the Pacific Training Institute by Professor Bob McKean in 2003. Danny also holds the rank of purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Professor Claudio Franca as well as rank in Krav Maga and continues to train in both systems.
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