Korean Cha-Ru (Tonfa)
by Grandmaster James S. Benko, 9th Dan
In this presentation Han Kuk Mu Ki Do™ Founder, Grandmaster James S. Benko, 9th Degree Black Belt, teaches the 3 Cha-Ru (Tonfa)
Patterns of Han Kuk Mu Ki Do™. The Korean word for Cha-Ru means "Handle" in English (Tonfa in Japanese). Grandmaster Benko demonstrates each pattern for the viewer.
You will learn Cha-Ru Basics in this presentation. The Anatomy of the Cha-Ru, How to properly hold it, Flipping methods,
How to rotate the Cha-Ru, Defenses Against a Knife and an Introduction to Defending aainst a Sword.
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™.
Anatomy Of The Korean Cha-Ru.
How To Hold The Cha-Ru.
Outward Flipping Techniques.
Downward Flipping Techniques.
Low Section Flipping Techniques.
Cross Body Strikes.
How To Rotate The Cha-Ru.
Rotate The Cha-Ru Combinations.
Rotate Combinations Against Knife Thrust.
Rotate Combinations Against Downward Stab.
Flipping Against Sword Attacks.
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