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The 8 Martial Arts of Oom Yung Doe: Udo (Jiu Jitsu)

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)

U, (Pronounced "YOU"), means "flexible". DO, (Pronounced "DOE"), means "way". UDO means 'flexible way". In other words, you make your body flexible in order to throw someone or something away from you. With UDO, a person can make use of an aggressor's size and strength and place it to their advantage. As an opponent moves towards them, UDO movements allow them to lift up and direct their body weight to a different place.

UDO also involves learning how to fall and roll without injury. Practicing this form develops coordination, muscle flexibility and helps to prevent arthritis and rheumatism in the joints.

More information on Udo from the Oom Yung Doe student handbook

Dive and Roll

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