Junsado Instructional Videos

Sang H. Kim, founder of the Junsado system, has created a series of instructional videos.

Junsado Wrist Locks Video

jsd_wrist_locks_-3x4Wrist Locks give you control over your attacker while avoiding excessive use of force. Sang H. Kim teaches you the “gooseneck” wrist lock with variations for come alongs, restraints and takedowns. Each technique includes demonstration, slow motion with narration, focal points with stop motion graphics and instructions, and follow along. Great for self-defense and all martial arts styles. Watch at Amazon.com

Junsado Fundamentals, Standing and Ground Combat Video

DVD-JSD20Junsado Fundamentals, Standing and Ground Combat teaches you over 100 tactics and strategies of realistic unarmed combat. Begin with the fundamentals of unarmed fighting including: stance, open and closed hand strikes, elbow strikes, low kicks, knee strikes, takedowns, wrist, arm, elbow and shoulder locks and ground fighting principles. Former special agent Sang H. Kim demonstrates each technique at walk through and full speed then shows you how to effectively apply it against an opponent. Watch instantly at Amazon.com

Joong Bong Short Stick Fundamentals and Patterns Video

DVD-JSD22The joongbong, or short stick, is a versatile and easy to learn weapon. Once mastered, the principles of the joongbong can be applied to any blunt weapon. The Joong Bong Fundamentals & Patterns video covers the fundamentals of the joongbong including: offensive and defensive stances,  grip, blocking and deflecting, striking, cutting, thrusting, footwork, fundamental applications, offense and defense drills, partner drills, and empty hand drills. Once you have mastered the fundamentals, continue your joong bong practice with 3 basic patterns, blending striking, thrusting, blocking and footwork.

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Advanced Joong Bong Short Stick Video

DVD-JSD23This video builds on the material taught in the Joongbong Fundamentals video, teaching Forward Grip Combat and Reverse Grip Close Combat. Filmed at a Junsado seminar, the material is highly realistic and damaging to an opponent who breaks through your initial defense and gets too close for you to use conventional Joong Bong strikes and blocks. Also, learn three advanced short stick patterns that introduce new blocks, strikes, parries, combinations and footwork.

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Ssang Bong Double Short Stick Fundamentals and Patterns Video

DVD-JSD24The ssang bong double stick techniques in this video are unlike any other stick techniques you’ve ever seen. The ssang bong uses two different grips, one standard and the other reverse, to deliver maximum impact. Learn the fundamentals of this unique style including grip, stance and posture, striking, thrusting, cutting, blocking, parrying, one flow defense drills, combination defense, offensive combinations, introduction to combat applications and three basic patterns.

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Jang Bong Long Stick Fundamentals and Patterns Video

DVD-JSD25The Jang Bong is a long stick, approximately 60 inches in length. It can be used to defend against an empty handed or armed attacker with ease. In Part One of this video, filmed at a seminar, Sang H. Kim introduces the fundamentals of the Jang Bong including the two basic grips (for long and close range fighting), posture, offensive and defensive movements including straight striking, circular striking, hooking, thrusting, scooping and controlling techniques. In Part Two he teachers 3 basic forms.

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Jang Bong Long Stick Forms Video

DVD-JSD26Sang H. Kim has created five challenging forms for the Jang Bong long (60 inch) stick. Building on the material taught in the Jang Bong Fundamentals and Patterns video, the forms taught in the Jang Bong Long Stick Forms video introduce new techniques and more complex combinations to take your Jang Bong skills to a new level. Thorough instruction and multiple camera angles and performance speeds make it easy for you to learn these exciting advanced long stick forms.

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Knife Defense Fundamentals Video

DVD-ADKD1Knife Defense Fundamentals covers the essential basics of defending against the knife. Learn to use stance and distance to your advantage, evade an attack, close the distance for a counter, change the line of attack, control the knife arm, reverse your opponents momentum, apply standing restraint and control locks, understand the principles of a knife attack and take an attacker to the ground where you can successfully immobilize him, neutralizing the threat of the knife. Then put your new skills to work in 23 sample attack and defense scenarios that you can practice with a partner.

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Advanced Knife Defense Video

DVD-ADKD2For experienced martial artists, the Advanced Knife Defense DVD shows you how to effectively disarm an attacker and turn his weapon against him in self-defense. Learn a wide range of defensive techniques against cutting, thrusting, stabbing, slashing, armed restraints, chokes, ground pins and headlocks. Solutions for even the most hopeless situations, with a strong focus on disarming an attacker on the ground. Also includes tactical analysis of force lines, vulnerabilities of the knife-wielding attacker, the use of leverage, use of the strategic retreat and preemptive strikes.

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Self-Defense Encyclopedia Video

DVD-SDEThe Self-defense Encyclopedia DVD is a fast paced, information packed collection of self-defense skills and principles. Sang H. Kim’s approach to self-protection is street-oriented, fluid and direct with an emphasis on ending a confrontation quickly using any means necessary. Because the techniques taught are presented with both novice and advanced applications, this is an excellent reference for students, instructors and non-martial artists alike. Discover a wealth of knowledge on self-protection.

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