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The 8 Martial Arts of Oom Yung Doe: Ship Pal Gye (18 Weapons)

Bagwa Chung Tai Chi Chung Goong Bu (Kung Fu) Ai Ki Do / Hap Ki Do
(Jiu Jitsui)
Ship Pal Gye
(18 Weapons)
Kom Do
(Samurai Sword)
Kong Su
(Tae Kwon Doe)

SHIP PAL GYE means 18 weapons. This style incorporates all of the traditional Chinese weapons numbering well over one hundred. An important part of SHIP PAL GYE involves weaponless movements. These movements develop the strength, coordination and timing necessary to be able to practice with actual weapons without accident or injury. There are three basic stages to weapon training. First, it is necessary to prepare the body to be able to handle the weapon. Secondly, practice begins with the weapon with the initial movements being very simple and basic. Once comfortable with the weapon, the final stage is to practice a long series of movements until the weapon, the movement and the body are one.

SHIP PAL GYE can develop an individual five times faster than without a weapon. Speed, agility, strength and endurance are all enhanced through proper SHIP PAL GYE movement.

Additional information from the Oom Yung Doe student handbook

Kom - Broad Sword

Kom - Broad Sword

Pu Chae

Kom - Broad Sword

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