by Grandmaster James S. Benko, 9th Dan
In this presentation Han Kuk Mu Ki Do™ Founder, Grandmaster James S. Benko, 9th Degree Black Belt, covers the Cha-Ru.
The Korean word for Cha-Ru means "Handle" in English (Tonfa in Japanese).
Cha-Ru refers to the handle attached to a small millstone used to grind rice.
Grandmaster Benko demonstrates cha-ru defenses against both unarmed and armed opponents. Techniques are taught step-by-step and include: Disarms, Gripping the cha-ru,
swinging the cha-ru, trapping, immobilizations, throws, strikes, and blocks.
Applications of basic movements against an opponent are demonstrated by Grandmaster Benko.
Views from different angles and close-ups are shown.
The Cha-Ru is the weapon which must be learned in order to advance to 2nd Degree Black Belt in Han Kuk Mu Ki Do™.
This presentation provides part of the requirements for advancing to 2nd Degree Black Belt in Han Kuk Mu Ki Do™.
How To Hold The Cha-Ru.
How To Flip The Cha-Ru.
Blocks With Applications.
Strikes With Applications.
"Roll Over" Techniques.
Outward Flipping Techniques.
Inward Flipping Techniques.
Twin Cha-Ru Techniques.
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