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Self Defence - Ho Sin Sool

Ho Sin Sool can be interpreted as the "art of protecting the body". This philosophy can translate into avoiding potential conflict by having a good awareness of your surroundings, and acting with confidence and perception.

The highest level of self defence is to avoid combat all together along with the risk of injury and possible legal consequences. Only as a last resort does a true Martial Artist engage in combat outside the Do Jang!

Our Ho Sin Sool will prepare the body and mind for possible confrontation.

Cross Hand wrist grips
Opponent grabs right wrist with right hand

Il Bon

No. 1

 

E Bon

No. 2

 

Sam Bon

No. 3

 
Sa Bon No. 4  

Same Side wrist grips
Opponent grabs left wrist with right hand

Il Bon

No. 1

 

E Bon

No. 2

 

Sam Bon

No. 3

 

Sa Bon

No. 4  

Two handed wrist grips
Opponent grabs your right wrist with both hands

Il Bon

No. 1

 

E Bon

No. 2

 

Sam Bon

No. 3

 

Wrist grip on both wrists
Opponent grabs both wrists with both hands

Il Bon

No. 1

 

E Bon

No. 2

 

Sam Bon

No. 3

 
Sa Bon No. 4  

Side wrist grips
Opponent stands to your and grabs your left wrist with right hand.

Palm faces forwards during grip

Il Bon

No. 1

 

Palms face backwards during grip

E Bon

No. 2

 


Back wrist grips

CLOSE
Opponent grabs your wrist very close from behind (opponent pulling)

Il Bon

No. 1

 

LONG
Opponent grabs your wrist long distance from behind (opponent pushing)

Il Bon

No. 1

 

Cross wrist sleeve grips
Opponent grabs your right sleeve with right hand

Il Bon

No. 1

 

E Bon

No. 2

Sam Bon

No. 3

Sa Bon

No. 4

Same side sleeve grips
Opponent grabs your left sleeve with their right hand

Il Bon

No. 1

 

E Bon

No. 2

 

Sam Bon

No. 3

 

Sa Bon

No. 4  

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