School Of Chung Moo Doe (Oom Yung Doe), Illinois Grand master Iron Kim style with references to schools in Illinois. Includes origins, founder, three Category Sports Martial Arts chung moo doechung moo doe (Oom Yung Doe) teaches a combination of East Asian martial arts thatallows students of all ages to benefit from a wide variety of movements (hard http://www.chungmoodoe-il.com/
Extractions: Traditional Moo Doe (Martial Arts) The Oom Yung Doe style of Moo Doe (Martial Arts) is taught in the United States and throughout the world today by its founder, Grandmaster "Iron" Kim. It encompasses all the form and movement of the Oom Yung Doe line of Moo Doe, taught over the centuries, since the time of the first generation Grandmaster "Bagwa." In the United States, many people misunderstand the depth of traditional martial arts. Some people think that martial arts is simple self defense and some think that it is exercise or simply a way to "get in shape." Still others think that martial arts is a sport or contest. This is unfortunate since traditional martial arts has far more benefits to offer. Traditional Moo Doe has developed over centuries and many generations of individuals have dedicated their lives to finding the best and most correct ways for reaching their fullest potential. This knowledge is highly prized in Asia and a school that can teach correct Moo Doe knowledge is not common or easy to find. Here in the United States, we have only just begun to understand the depth of true Moo Doe knowledge or how to recognize true Moo Doe ability.
Extractions: Sites My name is Kevin Fallon. I am a 1st Degree Black Belt, Assistant Instructor. I am 40 years old and have been practicing for over two years. I have always been active. I participated in many sports programs and I have had a strong appreciation for the outdoors. I have made a living at various jobs and lived in several states. Although I found adventure and excitement in my life, something was missing. For over fourteen years, Ive held the position of vice president and general manager of a retail chain of musical instrument stores. Yet, before I found Chung Moo Doe, I continued to be restless. My job was certainly challenging. Still, I sought physical challenges. However my physical health continued to slowly ebb away as the years rolled by. After a few lessons it did not take long to find that the Instructor was sincere, direct to the point and yes, Chung Moo Doe movements are challenging and I have always enjoyed a challenge. The benefits that I have enjoyed physically alone are almost too much to believe. I have more energy, more endurance, much more flexibility and strength than ever before. After many years of hard living I had accepted the resulting damage to my joints, back and knees as the inevitable signs of aging. However, I am astounded at the results I have gained from the depth of knowledge of the Chung Moo Doe martial arts. But the physical gains I have made are really only part of the benefits for me.
Extractions: Prior to any pictures, paintings or drawings all Moo Doe (martial arts) history came from legends. Historically, there are different movements and different legends associated with "Bag-wa". Some people think it was a person. Others believe it is a style of martial art or a figure of a pattern of movement. Some people say that the Bag-wa style originated about 200 to 400 years ago. Others argue that it is an ancient martial arts form which dates back several thousand years. The Oom Yung / Chung Moo martial arts follow the legend that Bag-wa was the name of a real person and that he was the founder of the Oom Yung / Chung Moo line of martial arts about 1500 to 2000 years ago. Today, the Oom Yung Doe / Chung Moo Doe style of Moo Doe (martial arts) is taught in the United States and throughout the world by it's founder, Grandmaster "Iron" Kim. It encompasses all the form and movement of the Oom Yung Doe line of Traditional Moo Doe taught over the centuries since the time of the first generation Grandmaster "Bag-wa". The seventh generation Grandmaster, Wang Po, taught the Oom Yung line of Moo Doe under the given name of Yin Yang Doe. Other styles of East Asian Moo Doe were incorporated into the original Oom Yung / Chung Moo line. Today about twenty percent of the Oom Yung Doe / Chung Moo Doe style is derived from other styles of East Asian martial arts and has come to be known as "Eight Martial Arts taught as One" or "All Martial Arts United."
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Oom Yung Doe Of The Northwest General information on style and schools. Seattle, WACategory Sports Martial Arts chung moo doe To leave behind a good name, one must plant good seeds. Chung Doe,or clear path is one of many ways people can live their lives. http://www.oomyungdoe-nw.com/
Extractions: Kom Doe (Samurai Sword) Kong Su (Tae Kwon Doe) Life is a challenge to become better. No matter who you are, there is a time to be born and a time to die. To leave behind a good name, one must plant good seeds. Chung Doe, or "clear path" is one of many ways people can live their lives. People who choose Chung Doe value the principles of honor, integrity, loyalty and compassion above all else, and live their lives accordingly while not being influenced by others. In this way they leave behind good recognition. They plant good seeds that bear good fruit, that comes back to them. This path earns the recognition of others and leaves behind the memories of a good name.
Chung Moo Doe Of The Northwest chung moo doe® The GRANDMASTER IRON KIM Style. Grandmaster Iron Kim. HapKi Do / Ai Ki Do (Korean style and Japanese style) Movements are hard and soft. http://www.oomyungdoe-nw.com/8mainstyles.htm
Extractions: (Korean style and Japanese style) Movements are hard and soft. Target areas are the joints, pressure points and nerves. Close proximity to opponent is most beneficial. Hands and feet are equally used as offense and defense. Striking is in all directions. More angles than circles. Movements are hard and soft. Target areas are the joints, pressure points and nerves. Hands are usually used more than feet. Offense and defense are applied in all different directions, angles and curves. Use a very strong hand grip. (Korean and Japanese style) The form is hard. The focus is on straight speed. Defenses are straight down, out, in, side and up. Offense is straight, side, back and forward. The feet (especially front snap, side and reverse kick) are more often used than the hands. The form is hard. The strikes are usually straight and in all different angles (offense and defense). (Korean style) The form is soft. It teaches an individual how to fall properly without injury by keeping the body flexible and developing coordination and strength. Offense and defense use of opponent's strength. Offense and defense use of feet. Very strong handgrips are applied over the entire opponents' body. Strikes are in all different directions. More circles than angles.
Extractions: Sites Twelve years ago I was at the end of my rope. The arthritis that I had in my hands and feet for the past 22 years was getting worse causing me to become progressively weaker with the ever increasing pain. This condition had forced me into giving up many of the pleasures in my life such as sewing, gardening, writing and a career in the nursing field which was personally rewarding. The loss of these activities resulted in a depressed stage in which I felt useless to myself and those close to me. I was a perfect example of someone who was getting old before their time, despite the fact I had not reached age fifty. The doctors remedies were only temporary. Drug doses were increased and finally the suggestion of surgery. I would probably never be able to close my hand again. My decision was to live with the condition as best I could. I had also endured several bouts of double pneumonia and serious motion sickness when traveling for more than forty five minutes. Through my training in Chung Moo Doe I have been able to overcome these obstacles in my life. I started in Chung Moo Doe because my son Frank during his training had seen many students overcome body problems and suggested that I try the program. Everyone at Chung Moo Doe was warm and friendly which put me at ease and comfortable with this new environment. The instructors patiently taught me the proper movements for building strength in the tendons, ligaments and joints. The more I practiced the better, stronger and more alert I became. Happily I can say that I am without pain that I once tolerated. I can remember after my first year of training being able to plant 100 tulip bulbs and how happy I was to be able to use my hands.
Extractions: Capoeira ... Styles History of Chung Moo Doe Chung (Mind) Moo (Body) Doe (Through practice a way to develop harmony). Many Moo Doe experts have had difficulty researching Asian Moo Doe history because much of history of Moo Doe has been passed down from generation to generation through a closely guarded oral tradition. Only a small percentage of what is known about Moo Doe history has come from any written record. What some historians have discovered about the history of martial arts is from piecing together facts of events depicted in paintings, in murals, on vases and fans, and a rich oral tradition of folklore as well as evidence from architectural ruins, statues and other art forms. Some Moo Doe practitioners believe that Asian art and sculpture, dating back thousands of years, depicts movements from early Moo Doe history. Although the details of form and movement may be well guarded, history has shown that the greatest results are in the mental and physical development achieved through Moo Doe practice, and how these results tremendously benefit the lives of individuals. It is the strength of Moo Doe that has made many countries in East Asia the tremendous economic and social powers that they are today.
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Extractions: 8 Martial Arts for Health The following information has been provided by former members of Chung Moo Doe: Description of the Group: This is a personality cult using a chain of martial arts schools as its "front". People, particularly men, are lured into the group thinking it's a martial arts school, and they're going to learn about self defense, getting in shape, etc. Instead, they're subjected to mind control techniques to essentially get them to worship Chung Moo's founder, John C. Kim. Exhorbitant lesson fees are charged, providing Kim and his people with large amounts of money. In 1996, Kim and several of his top people were convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States of America. Behaviors: Students of Chung Moo were pressured to move in together, and keep the "respect line" (the way we treated one another in school) the same on the outside as well as inside the school. People critical of Chung Moo, including parents, were to be shunned and kept in the dark about what really went on. Students, and particularly instructors from what I could see, were strongly urged to wear their hair and dress as John C. Kim did. Also, there was a general disapproval of dressing well among the students, as that meant you had money for clothes that could have gone towards John C. Kim.
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Extractions: Bagwa is the highest form of martial art training available through Chung Moo Doe. This style originated from Bagwa the first generation Chung Su Nim (honorable founder) of the Chung Moo martial arts during the Han Dynasty. Bagwa is the person that developed the walking and breathing forms known as the Bagwa walking positions and Bagwa breathing form. This style is comprised of 128 main movements derived from the movements of animals. The practice of Bagwa Chung includes many offensive and defensive movements that balance the body while developing internal and external strength. This form is practiced by all ages and is especially beneficial for older students. In the early 1970's, Chong Su Nim "Iron" Kim brought the Chung Moo line of martial arts to the United States from East Asia. The roots of the Chung Moo Style originated from the "Bagwa" line of Moo Doe around the time of the Han Dynasty. In the United States alone, for over the past 20 years, hundreds of thousands have built their lives, reached their goals, and achieved healthier, happier lives through Chung Moo training. Over the centuries, martial artists have known that the biggest gift they could give to others was to pass movements so that others could achieve good health, happiness and longer life. When someone does something for you that directly benefits your health and your life, you will never forget them. Earning respect comes from the recognition of others. Just as instructors have respect for those that teach them, the students have respect for their instructors. Through their actions, the Chung Moo instructors are building a new line of Moo Doe in the United States and are writing a new page in Moo Doe history.
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Extractions: Chong Su Nim "Iron" Kim demonstrates a Kum Gung Quan movement as the body bends like a bow to defend against or attack a low target. This movement depicts the whipping motion of bamboo in strong wind. It can help strengthen internal organs and joints, and improve coordination. Chong Su Nim "Iron" Kim demonstrates a movement from Kum Gung Quan with complete concentration on the toe and hand positions. By increasing strength, flexibility, and joint circulation, this form can prevent arthritis and rheumatism while relieving stress and strengthening the immune system. Aligning the fingertips of both hands with the eyes, this Kum Gung Quan movement portrays a scorpion and requires extreme concentration and mental strength to practice. This exact position uses balanced concentration to align the fingertips precisely. By practicing this movement, a person can attain mental acuity and show better judgement in his or her everyday life. Practicing on rocks or climbing a mountain while defending against an attacker, this movement from Kum Gung Quan form protects the lungs, strengthens vision, and increases circulation. Kum Gung Quan originated in China approximately 1200 years ago and took two generations to develop. The form requires 5 1/2 uninterrupted hours to complete. Contained within the Kum Gung Quan form are movements derived from animals, ocean waves, birds of prey, and the great strength many associate with mountains.
Re: Chung Moo Doe, Chung Moo Quan, Oom Ung Doe Re chung moo doe, Chung Moo Quan, Oom Ung Doe. In Reply to chung moo doe, ChungMoo Quan, Oom Ung Doe posted by Spud on December 04, 2002 at 110307 http://www.hwarangdomn.com/wwwboard/messages/27.htm
Extractions: Follow Ups Post Followup Bulletin Board Posted by Jason Blood on December 22, 2002 at 18:45:30: In Reply to: Chung Moo Doe, Chung Moo Quan, Oom Ung Doe posted by Spud on December 04, 2002 at 11:03:07: : is there any connection between Hwarangdo and John (Chull)C.Kim? Hwa Rang Do is also a Korean Martial Art. I studied Chung Moo myself and would say their are some similarities. But, as God is in the details, the details are quite different and hence the true styles are quite different. Hwa Rang focuses more on real world application and techniques that would actually work in the real world. Chung Moo took more from Kung Fu and focuses more on forms and non fighting techniques. : : is there any connection between Hwarangdo and John (Chull)C.Kim? : Hwa Rang Do is also a Korean Martial Art. I studied Chung Moo myself and would say their are some similarities. But, as God is in the details, the details are quite different and hence the true styles are quite different. Hwa Rang focuses more on real world application and techniques that would actually work in the real world. Chung Moo took more from Kung Fu and focuses more on forms and non fighting techniques. Optional Link URL:
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Extractions: (Chung Moo Doe) Prior to any pictures, paintings or drawings all Moo Doe (martial arts) history came from legends. Historically, there are different movements and different legends associated with "Bagwa". Some people think it was a person. Others believe it is a style of martial art or a figure of a pattern of movement. Some people say that the Bagwa style originated about 200 to 400 years ago. Others argue that it is an ancient martial arts form which dates back several thousand years. The Oom Yung / Chung Moo martial arts follow the legend that Bagwa was the name of a real person and that he was the founder of the Oom Yung / Chung Moo line of martial arts about 1500 to 2000 years ago. Today, the Oom Yung Doe / Chung Moo Doe style of Moo Doe (martial arts) is taught in the United States and throughout the world by it's founder, Grandmaster "Iron" Kim. It encompasses all the form and movement of the Oom Yung Doe line of Traditional Moo Doe taught over the centuries since the time of the first generation Grandmaster "Bagwa". The seventh generation Grandmaster, Wang Po, taught the Oom Yung line of Moo Doe under the given name of Yin Yang Doe. Other styles of East Asian Moo Doe were incorporated into the original Oom Yung / Chung Moo line. Today about twenty percent of the Oom Yung Doe / Chung Moo Doe style is derived from other styles of East Asian martial arts and has come to be known as "Eight Martial Arts taught as One" or "All Martial Arts United".
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Extractions: Home 2003 Weeklong Seminar 2002 Weeklong Seminar History of Oom Yung Doe ... Ask Oom Yung Doe, LLC The practice of true Moo Doe has been proven to be one of the best ways to achieve tremendous mental and physical strength and well-being. This is one of the main reasons that the practice of Moo Doe in East Asia has been highly respected throughout the centuries. Around the world today, there are only a very few dedicated people that have earned the true position of Grandmaster. These individuals are truly unique. They are incomparable in their Moo Doe abilities. True Grandmasters are very selective as to where and to whom they pass on their knowledge. Throughout history true Moo Doe practitioners meticulously followed proper Moo Doe training steps. By following the proper steps, they always achieved miraculous long-term mental and physical strength. Throughout the centuries, every true Moo Doe Grandmaster has upgraded the Moo Doe training steps to accommodate the different needs of their generation. Upgrading was necessary to maintain the miraculous mental and physical strengths achieved by prior generations. In this century, Grandmaster "Iron" Kim is upgrading the training steps to take into consideration such things as: current living conditions, modern technology, the constant attack by toxic environmental forces and stress on the mind and body. True Grandmasters have never waivered from true Moo Doe principles (Chung Doe) for any reason. If true Moo Doe principles are not followed, you are not practicing true Moo Doe. You will not achieve the miraculous mental and physical strength of true Moo Doe because it is not any different than basic exercise with a minimal health benefit. It is a great waste of time. History has proven that the older you get, the more obvious the differences will be between proper and improper training.
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Extractions: Sites Life can be so stressful. Without relief from stress, the body becomes sick. In Nursing, I see the long term effects of stress on the body all the time. I thought about how Chung Moo Doe has helped me. Aside from the physical benefits of increased flexibility, strength, and coordination: Chung Moo Doe has helped me deal with stressful situations in a positive and healthy manner. I have recently had a lot of changes in my life. In an eight month period, my family and I had to move twice. I was stuck with a job that I was not happy with and had spent almost a year searching for one that I really wanted. There were other situations that were equally, if not more, stressful. In the past, I have found that I dealt with stress by taking it out on my friends and family. At times, I would have very little patience with my wife and children. I was quick tempered and would sometimes say things I didn't mean. I just did not deal with stress very well. Instead of lashing out in anger or bottling thins inside, Chung Moo Doe has given me a way to relieve the harmful effects of the stress in my life and at the same time, an opportunity to improve myself mentally and physically. I have found that much of what I have been taught in school, I have been able to apply in my life. In my training I am constantly being challenged. I try to stay focused and meet that challenge head on. I find myself doing the same thing when faced with a difficult task in my life.