(Tahn Do Li Ga)
by Grandmaster James S. Benko, 9th Dan
In this presentation Han Kuk Mu Ki Do™ (Traditional Korean Weapons) Founder, Grandmaster James S. Benko, 9th Degree Black Belt, covers the Tahn Do Li Ga, the Korean version of the Nunchaku.
There are two common names for the
nunchaku in Korean, "Ee Chul Bong" (Two-Section Stick), and the more appropriate name, "Tahn Do Li Ga" (Short Flail). Nunchaku is the Japanese word for Tahn Do Li Ga. Grandmaster Benko demonstrates
awesome defensive applications against unarmed and armed opponents. How to hold the Tahn Do Li Ga, How to flip The Tahn Do Li Ga, Swinging patterns, and Striking Targets for practice.
The main focus of this presentation is on control techniques such as Trapping, Throwing, and Immobilizations. Defenses against empty-hand
attacks, as well as against a club, and a knife.
Introduction by Han Kuk Mu Ki Do™ Founder, Grandmaster James S. Benko.
Anatomy of the Tahn Do Li Ga.
How To Hold The Tahn Do Li Ga.
How To Swing The Tahn Do Li Ga.
Defenses Against Unarmed Attacks.
Defenses Against Club Attacks.
Defenses Against Knife Attacks.
Defenses Against Sword Attacks.
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