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I'll have to check this one out.
I would say that The roadhouse DVD's are as good as any I have seen, the 9thdan video is also a good video. another good source is james Benko his instruction is top notch.
I have joint lock 3dvds of master Alain Buresse and 3 dvds set of Master steve Sexton on ultimate hapkido.
The explainination are simple and very good.
dear all, my first post here....
i have seen about 10 to 15 HKD vids. some of them very impressive (at first) some of them more or less interesting. (3 jin jung kwan, gm Lee changsoo, Kwang myung sik WHF, IHF, GHF, mu sul kwan P Pinerd, Sin moo hkd level 1 - 2, hapmudo lee young sung, ... misc)
Right now i have a definite 100% favorite which is the 3 dvd's from gm LIM Hyun-Soo "Jung Ki Kwan" hapkido. At first i was not into it since its not from demonstrating purpose (no flashy kukki, big falls,....) i gave it a glance and move to another one... big mistake !!! After more time and deeper interest i was totally blown away ! The quality, the use of principles, the combinations - variations etc... it is the one school that really got me into hapkido after 5 years of training in other styles, school. Soon ill put a "teaser" on our facebook page. http://www.hapkido44.com
you get the dvd's here : http://www.jungkikwan.com
Steve Sexton is one of my teacher's students from back in the 70s. I can only attest to his stuff. The disks are basics at the basic levels but it is good stuff. You can not go wrong. AND if you had questions I could actualy help on that one!
Since my original post, I've acquired Alain Burrese's "Lock On" series. There's one DVD each for wrist locks, elbow locks, shoulder locks and finger locks. These are among my favorite Hapkido DVDs. Burrese shows many variations, different camera angles, and different speeds. Production values are excellent.