Issue # 252 – July 2023 (Digital)
3 Word from Publisher – Woojin Jung.
4 – Breaking Boards-Do -Written by – Allison E. Cerasale
Not only has the Shelton, CT resident broken boards physically as a second-degree black belt Tae
Kwon Do instructor, but she has also broken boards mentally and emotionally as a woman living with the autoimmune disease Hashimotos, as well as Celiac disease.
8 Master Santiago Rangel: A Life devoted to the gospel of the Martial Arts. BY Master Alberto Borjas
It is well known in the Martial Arts World that the Chayon-Ryu Martial Arts system founded by Grandmaster Kim Soo in Houston, Texas in 1968 is celebrating this year its 55th Anniversary.
14 Cover Page – Laying to rest a Taekwondo Legend
and the rise of the next generation Supreme Master Bok Man Kim By Master Brad Shipp,
The World Chun Kuhn Taekwondo Federation teaches Taekwondo the way Master Kim envisioned
it to be.
26 Connecting the Dots The Influence of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism on Traditional Tae Kwon Do By Master Doug Cook
Although several masters may demand cult-like devotion more akin to faith-based institutions and require unreasonable, impractical and often dangerous techniques from their students, there is no theological component to the national Korean martial art.
28 KAJJ!(Kuk sool won, Aikido, Jujitsu and Judo) By: MASOUD HAYERI KHYAVI
Training in 4 martial art
36 Hapkido’s Origin Hapki-Yukwonsul-Hapki-Yukwonsul was the first martial art name used by Deok-am Choi Young Sul after he brought Daito Ryu back to its original home in Korea, with the help of his student Suh Bok Sup.
6 The Significance of Consistent and Early Team Training in Martial Arts – By Master Jim Nam
34 The Challenges and Transformations of Taking Over an Established Taekwondo School by Grandmaster Karen Brown
29 U.S. Open World Marital Arts Championships ISKA – Submitted by Grandmaster Robert Cutrell