Another Korean martial art, Hapkido takes the path of least resistance, and uses joint-locking, flips and throws to control the attacker.

Using simple physics, Hapkido allows you to break free of holds or grabs, shows how to lock or break  movable joints with minimal effort, and teaches how to throw a larger and stronger opponent by using their own momentum.

Hapkido allows the defender to have complete control of the situation with a minimal amount of effort and without unnecessary aggression or injuries to the defender or attacker.

Many martial arts deal with direct, linear movements. Hapkido leads the attack by simply moving out of the way, then using your opponent’s momentum and balance against themselves.

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