During the point form sparring in Haidong Gumdo, bamboo or wooden swords are used but no armours are worn by the practitioners. Haidong Gumdo. USA Haidong Gumdo Seminar Second half of year 2 (Prepare federation Sponge(form) Sword); Hosin-Gumdo Part 1 (Self-defense with short sword). Haidong Gumdo is a martial art that originates from an ancient Korean country called These have become the official forms (Gum Bup) of Haidong Gumdo.
|Published (Last):||28 May 2008|
|PDF File Size:||20.51 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||17.8 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Welcome to my interest in martial arts. I’m interested in a few different types, but currently only my Korean sword martial art called Haidong Gumdo is highlighted here. I studied this sword martial art for two years in Canada while doing my masters degree, and continued training in Edinburgh Scotland. Ssang Soo Forms When I graduated and left Canada, I filmed my instructor performing all of the forms we practiced as well as a few I had not hhaidong learned so that I could continue training in Edinburgh.
I then turned them into videos with explanation and music, which you can see gudmo. This is the first form of Haidong Gumdo. Some explanation has been provided to help explain the movements, along with some fun music. This is the second form of Haidong Gumdo. This is the third form of Haidong Gumdo. This is the fourth form of Haidong Gumdo. This is the fifth form of Haidong Gumdo. This is formd sixth form of Haidong Gumdo.
U.S.A. Haidong Gumdo Association
Ugmdo is the seventh form of Haidong Gumdo. This is the eighth form of Haidong Gumdo. This is the ninth form of Haidong Gumdo. This is the tenth form of Haidong Gumdo.
Haidong Gumdo History
This is the eleventh form of Haidong Gumdo. This is the twelth form of Haidong Gumdo. However, as there was no one in Edinburgh to push me, I developed drum beats at different rates to push us when we did our initial straight cuts.
These cuts are done in an effort to develop the Efficient Cut, and you can see six videos below of us doing this to different rates. These videos were made in an effort to help with our home-training.
Develop the Efficient Cut by practicing cuts approximately 3 times a week with this drum beat. Once 40bpm gujdo too slow, move up to 45bpm or use a heavier sword.
Once 45bpm seems too slow, move up to 50bpm or use a heavier sword. Once 50bpm seems too slow, move up to 55bpm or use a heavier sword.
Once 55bpm seems too slow, move up to 60bpm or use a heavier sword. Once 60bpm seems too slow, move up to 65bpm or use a heavier sword.
If this rate seems too slow, use a heavier sword.