GM Magnus Degéus visar en fasthållning på David Jönsson som täcker de flesta leder på kroppen.

 

Hapkido betyder den koordinerade kraftens väg och symboliseras traditionellt av den starka snabba örnen som greppar anfallaren som symboliseras av en pil. Hapkido var från början endast för överklassen då stridskonsten och dess tekniker ansågs överlägsna de andra kamparter som fanns tillhands för gemene man.

Bältesgrader inom UCHF:

Gult Bälte 9 gup kräver runt 20 - 25 timmars aktivt tränande

Orange Bälte 8 gup kräver ungefär en termins aktiv träning

Grönt Bälte 7 gup kräver ungefär 1 års träning

Blått Bälte 6 gup kräver att personen är mogen kunskaps och teknikmässigt liksom följande bälten nedan.

Brunt Bälte 5 gup Ett bälte som bärs av de som visat prov på självständigt tänkande och som kan utveckla teknikerna på egen hand.

Rött Bälte 4 gup Ett bälte som kräver hög kompetens och kunnande. Första riktiga bältet.

Rött Bälte med ett svart streck 3 gup

Rött Bälte med två svarta streck 2 gup

Rött Bälte med tre svarta streck 1 gup

Svart Bälte 1 Dan

Svart Bälte med två streck 2 Dan

Svart Bälte med tre streck 3 Dan

Svart Bälte med fyra streck 4 Dan

Svart och Rött Blockbälte 5-9 Dan

Endast stilgrundarna Magnus Degéus och Andreas Olofsson får bära Grandmasterbältet nedan.

 

A certified A Instructor License is from now on (2017) requiered to promote to 6 Gup and above in UCHF.

 

We can approve a secret youtube linked video from a martial artist in order to get a rank promotion. If you grab this opportunity be sure to include a clear good headshot photo, copies of previous rank/levels-certificates, a short presentation of yourself in not more than a 1000 words and include the link to youtube. For further information about the fee and order process and what skills requiered for the rank you apply for, please contact: Den här e-postadressen skyddas mot spambots. Du måste tillåta JavaScript för att se den.

Vi kan eventuellt godkänna videofilmade graderingar för den som bor långt iväg och inte har möjlighet att ta sig till ordinarie graderingstillfälle och som kanske vill starta en klubb. För närmare information kontakta Magnus Degéus. Mail: magDen här e-postadressen skyddas mot spambots. Du måste tillåta JavaScript för att se den.  eller Sms to mob: 0703125992

 

Vi kommer att ha utbyte med en engelsk combat hapkido klubb framöver i UCHF. Jag har varit i kontakt med Mr.Jon Gladwin, en myclet högt graderad combat hapkido utövare från England. Han vill gärna ha gemensamma seminarium någon gång framöver. Han representerar "TMA-International" som vi länkat till under länkar/Klubbar vilket de gör desamma för oss. Här är deras märke:

Webadress and link to TMA-International is found pressing Links/Klubbar in the menue.

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Fact:

The Minimum age one must be to obtain the 1st Dan Black Belt in Hapkido is either sixteen to eighteen years old, depending on the organization. For younger students, who have studied Hapkido for the necessary amount of time and have demonstrated proficiency in the art, they are awarded the Junior Black Belt. Junior Black Belts may be awarded up to the 3rd Degree.

 

Whereas, full Black Belt holders are known as 1st Dan, 2nd Dan, etc. Junior Black Belts are referred to as 1st Pum, 2nd Pum, or 3rd Pum.

If a young student has advanced to the level of 3rd Pum Black Belt, they may then either be recertified a full 3rd Dan Black Belt, or, if the appropriate amount of time has elapsed, they may test for the 4th Dan Black Belt when they reach the age of eighteen.

1st Dan Black Belt

Approximately 3 1/2 years from the beginning of Hapkido training.

Minimum age eighteen years old.

2nd Dan Black Belt

Approximately two years of continued training after receiving the 1st Dan.

3rd Dan Black Belt

Approximately three years of continued study after receiving the 2nd Dan.

4th Dan Black Belt

Approximately four years of continued training after receiving the 3rd Dan.

The Hapkido 4th Dan is the minimum rank a practitioner must possess to be considered for instructor status. Prior to this, the Black Belt holder is understood to be simply an advanced student.

Upon obtaining the rank of 4th Dan, the Hapkido practitioner may then apply for Instructor Certification -- this involves demonstrating an advanced knowledge of the art and passing the Instructor Certification Examinations.

5th Dan Black Belt

Approximately five years of continued training and teaching after receiving the 4th Dan.

Upon successful completion of the 5th Dan Promotional Testing, the Hapkido practitioner may apply for Master Instructor Certification. The testing process for this involves demonstrating an advanced knowledge of the physical, mental, and internal energy aspects of Hapkido -- through both physical and written testing.

The title, "Sa Bum Nim," in Korean, which can loosely be translated as, "Master," or " Master Instructor," may only be rightly used by those technicians who have successfully passed the examination and have achieved this level in the art. It is important to note, the term, "Master," used in this connotation is more akin to that of British English than American English in that it does not mean that an individual is a, "Master," of all techniques, it simply means that they are a teacher and an overseer of students.

6th Dan Black Belt

Approximately six years of continued involvement after receiving the 5th Dan.

Minimum age -- approximately 30 years old.

7th Dan Black Belt

Approximately seven years of continued involvement after receiving the 6th Dan.

Minimum age -- approximately 37 years old.

To obtain the rank of 7th Dan Black Belt in Hapkido involves extensive physical and written testing. Not only must the practitioner prove superior knowledge of the physical and mental aspects of the art but must write an extensive thesis on Hapkido, as well.

The 7th Dan Black Belt is the first rank where the Hapkido Master Instructor may recommend a student for promotion to the rank of 5th Dan Black Belt. If their student passes the 5th Dan testing, the Hapkido 7th Dan may, if desired, attach the title of "Kwa Jang Nim," to their name. This term is loosely translated as School or Student Overseer or more colloquially it is understood to mean, "Grand Master;" a teacher of teachers. In recent years, with the anglicizing of the Korean martial arts, the title, "Chong Kwan Jang," has also come to be used as a connotation of Grand Master. But, it is essential to understand that the title, "Grand Master," was never associated with the traditional Korean martial arts in Korea. This title did not come into usage until the large movement of the Korean martial arts to the western world came into play in the 1970s.

8th Dan Black Belt

Approximately 8 years after receiving the 7th Dan.

Minimum age -- approximately 42 years old.

9th Dan Black Belt

Minimum age -- approximately 47 years old.

10th Dan Black Belt

Reserved for the founder of the system.

In the case of Hapkido, Yong Shul Choi.

The 10th Dan is also used by the successor to a system. In the case of Hapkido, this is in dispute. Thus, several Hapkido organizations have arisen and a few individuals claim the rank of 10th Dan due to the fact that they have altered the original art to a significant degree and have founded their own Kwan or branch of Hapkido. This is not the case with Urban Combat Hapkido Federation. GM Degéus and Senior Master Olofsson is founders and president/vice president of the style and do not have the rank 10th Dan. How could they? They are FOUNDERS.

 

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