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Primary martial arts style:
Hapkido
How many years practiced?
15
Other arts you've trained in:
Judo, Tai Chi, Aikido, Taekwondo, Capoeira, Eskrima
What do you love about your art?
The integration of varied techniques (holds, throws, strikes) into a continuous flow of spontaneous motion.
Where do you study or practice?
Hapkido West at the California State University, East Bay in Hayward, California
Website:
http://www.hapkidowest.org

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At 10:07am on November 5, 2010, Wael said…
Hey boss, how have you been?

Hapki!
At 9:35pm on January 01, 2010, Wael gave Erik Medeiros a gift
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Happy new year, Erik. You've been quiet. How are you? Everything good with work, home & heart? How's it going with the new moneypit, I mean house? How's your Hapkido? Are you a 3D yet?
At 5:08pm on September 23, 2009, Wael said…
Hi Erik. Question: how do you keep someone from rolling out of a standing arm bar, whether the elbow arm bar or the forearm arm bar? You put it on, you've just started to apply pressure to bend them over, and they roll.

I know how to stop him from rolling forward. Shift my grip on the hand a little to apply an osai and cut it backwards, and at the same time use my other hand to bend the arm a little.

But how do I stop him from rolling away to the side?

My Sensei's response is, "You can't. But once he rolls, he's face up right in front of you, vulnerable. You can strike, or since you've still got his hand turn it into a koto gaesh or something else."
At 9:39pm on March 21, 2009, Wael said…
Hey, where have you been Mr. Connectivity? Haven't seen you this month. Please take a look at the categories I created for the forum and see what you think.
At 7:17pm on October 31, 2008, Kevin Rhodes said…
I have a couple of books that your instructor wrote. You must love training there.

Sincerely,
Kevin Rhodes
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At 10:48pm on April 27, 2008, Erik Medeiros said…
Wael,

Hapkido West holds classes three times a week: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and Sundays from 9:00 AM to noon. Because I have been routinely working overtime at work, it has been many months since I attended one of the Tuesday/Thursday classes. I'm hoping that will change this Summer, but that is irrelevant to your interests. I don't need to be present for you to train with Hapkido West. To attend, you only have to pay the $120 quarterly fee and sign a liability waiver. The weeknight classes are taught by Philip Atkins, who is an excellent teacher. He currently has about 30 students ranging in rank from white to green, so it is an excellent training environment. The Sunday class is normally reserved for black belts, but I might be able to get you in. Exceptions have been made in the past for students with special circumstances. The Sunday class is currently attended regularly by six black belt students, and that too is a very good training environment.

For more information about training with Hapkido West, go to

http://www.hapkidowest.org

Erik
At 1:20am on April 27, 2008, Wael said…
Erik, how many weekly Hapkido classes do you teach/attend at CSUEB? I'm thinking of coming up there later this year to study and refresh/advance my skills.
 
 
 

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