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Martial Arts Journey Naomi is a wonderful student whom has recently begun testing for first Dan (black belt.) As her instructor, I was aware that the initial interest was exercise. I am happy to see that through her martial arts journey she has also received the other benefits of martial arts. Naomi is a bright […]

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Martial Arts Training Chicago 2016

Annually, students and instructors from Greenville Martial Art Center travel to train with Grandmaster Chang at his main school in Lombard, IL. Hapkido is a Korean martial art which includes strikes, forms, and practical self-defense techniques. Hapkido teaches a unique set of main skills to subdue and escape an opponent through joint locks and throws. A […]

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F.O.C.U.S

F.O.C.U.S – Follow One Course Until Success; John Dumas, EoFire May 2016, thirteen years after graduating with my undergraduate degree, I graduated again with an MBA. My journey began nearly three years earlier with a simple desire to be better for my family. Looking back, I didn’t know what I was getting into working full time, […]

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Hapkido Rank Test, April 2016

Hapkido is a Korean martial art which includes strikes, forms, and practical self-defense techniques. Hapkido teaches a unique set of main skills to subdue and escape an opponent through joint locks and throws. A few sets of techniques include defense against wrist grabs and hugging. All Hapkido skills are designed to subdue an opponent without […]

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I would like to experience a free trial class, how do I schedule a time?

F.A.Q. Thank you for your interest in Greenville Martial Art Center. We have four main types of classes: After School Martial Arts, Hapkido, Taekwon-do, and Kali. Each style has its own unique curriculum. The picture above can give direction as to which class type you might be most interested in attending. The days and times […]

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A Typical Hapkido Class

A typical Hapkido class begins with stretching and light warm-up to get the blood flowing. We practice five each of basic punches, kicks, and elbow strikes to continue warm-up and start the basic building blocks of Hapkido. Forms incorporate deep stances and accurate strikes and blocks. Practical self-defense skills comprise of pull away from a […]

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