Martial arts delegation set to return from Dubai.
The team had an extensive camp, supervised by master Park Chul and coach Siu, both of Korea, besides Ahmed Janahi of Bahrain.
The delegation consists of Ali Mansoor, Youns Hassan, Khalid Al Mahari, Ahmed Al Fardan, Ehsan Fattah, Sayed Hashim Majeed, Ebrahim Al Sarah and Ali Al Am.
Also joining the Bahrain Hoi Jeon Moo Sool School's training were a group of martial arts fighters from the UAE who trained in different kind of techniques.
The coaches briefed the school members on some fighting strategies, which included countering the attack, breaking the balance, and pining into submission using a simple circular movement.
Hoi Jeon Moo Sool is a Korean martial arts that means 'circular martial art' or 'revolving martial art'. As the name itself suggests, this art features a wide array of circular movements that use the opponent's own force against him or her.
By altering an aggressor's power, it enables the practitioner to lead their attack in a circular pattern and combine his/her powers in order to neutralise the opponent's attack and gain an advantage.
Hoi Jeon Moo Sool is a gentle, almost effortless self-defence system where you use your opponents' attack to defeat him.
Hoi Jeon Moo Sool is a defensive martial art specialising in circular trapping blocks, wristlocks, arm pins, and unbalancing throws to neutralise and control aggressors without the need to cause serious injury to the attacker.
This makes Hoi Jeon Moo Sool a highly refined and specialised self-defence system that not only enables the person to defeat his enemy, but to also control him.
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