Four Reasons Why Women Should Attend the Hapkido Instructors Training Course by Instructor Ma
Hapkido is a Korean martial art that emphasizes joint locks, throws, and pressure points. It is a versatile and effective form of self-defense that can be used by people of all sizes and strengths. Hapkido is also a great way to get in shape and improve your overall fitness.
If you are a woman who is Black Belt in Hapkido and would like to earn a leadership position in your school, help others, and be a positive influence in your community I recommend that you attend the Hapkido Instructors Course. There are many benefits to attending this type of course, including:
- You will learn how to defend yourself against a variety of attacks. Hapkido is a very comprehensive martial art that teaches students how to defend themselves against a variety of attacks, including punches, kicks, grabs, and weapons attacks. You will learn how to use your opponent’s weight and momentum against them, and how to escape from dangerous situations.
- You will gain confidence and self-esteem. Learning how to defend yourself can give you a great sense of confidence and self-esteem. Knowing that you can protect yourself will give you a peace of mind that is priceless.
- You will learn new ways to get in shape and improve your overall fitness. Hapkido is a great way to get in shape and improve your overall fitness. You will learn how to move quickly and efficiently, and you will develop strength and endurance.
- We saved the best reason for last: You can become a Hapkido instructor. The is currently a worldwide shortage of female Hapkido Instructors. Our organization is trying hard to fix this, but we need your help. Once you have completed a Hapkido instructors training course, you will be able to teach others this valuable martial art. This can be a rewarding and fulfilling career path.
Here are some additional reasons why women should consider attending a Hapkido instructors training course:
- Hapkido is a non-violent martial art. Hapkido is designed to be used in self-defense, and it does not promote violence. In fact, Hapkido teaches students how to avoid violence whenever possible.
- Hapkido is a respectful martial art. Hapkido teaches respect for all people, regardless of their age, gender, or size. This is important for women, who are often the targets of violence.
- Hapkido is a fun and challenging martial art. Hapkido is a great way to get exercise, learn new skills, and meet new people. It is also a very challenging martial art, which can help you to achieve your personal goals.
If you are a woman who is interested in learning how to be a positive influence in your community helping people to improve their health and safety through the Hapkido lifestyle, then you should consider attending a Hapkido instructors training course. There are many benefits to attending this type of course, and it can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience.
The International Independent Hapkido Alliance and the USA Hapkido Union conduct an Instructors Training Course every November and June in Chattanooga, TN. The course is also a available online so that you can attend from anywhere in the world. Contact them for details through the link below.
What to expect at a Hapkido instructors training course
A Hapkido instructors training course will cover the following topics and so much more:
- Basic Hapkido techniques. You will learn the basic techniques of Hapkido, such as punches, kicks, blocks, and throws.
- Advanced Hapkido techniques. Once you have mastered the basic techniques, you will learn more advanced techniques, such as joint locks, pressure points, and weapons defense.
- How to teach Hapkido. You will learn how to teach Hapkido to others. This will include learning how to develop lesson plans, motivate students, and correct mistakes.
- Instructor Support Materials. You will receive lifetime access to an online library of Instructor Resources that you can view at any time.
A Hapkido instructors training course will typically be physically demanding, so you should be prepared to work hard. However, it will also be a very rewarding experience. You will also become a Hapkido instructor and teach others this valuable martial art.
About the author: Instructor Ma is a 3rd Degree Black Belt in the Korean self-defense art of Hapkido and a 2nd Dan in Traditional Taekwondo. She is a professional sports and fitness model and full-time Nursing student. She is the Language, Culture and Leadership Development Teacher for the USA Hapkido Union, Inc.
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