Archive for August, 2012

August 17, 2012

Holly Chamberlain

“He Can Do! She Can Do! Why Not Me!” – Great Grandmaster Dr Tae Yun Kim’s personal motto

Happy 27th Anniversary to Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy, headquartered in California!!!!

Some cool videos, some of my favorites, in celebration!

Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim’s life story: Click here!   or see here…

Black Belt testing: click here!  or watch below…

More Black Belt testing: watch below or click here!

A new one on the spirit of traditional martial arts training!  see below or click here!

And – much, much, much heartfelt thanks for Great Grandmaster Dr. Kim’s spirit and energy and teaching – not only is Dr. Kim’s life an incredible inspiration, but because of her life story and her teaching and her motto, “He Can Do, She Can Do, Why Not Me!”, millions of people’s lives have changed for the better…

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What is the correct “Front Kick” foot position?

August 14, 2012

In Jung SuWon classes, Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim shows her students how to tighten their foot into the correct “Front Kick” position.

Look at these 3 foot positions.  Do you know which one is the correct “Front Kick” foot position?  Circle the correct one.

Do you know what the correct “Side Kick” foot position looks like?  Circle the correct “Side Kick” foot position.

Do you know what the correct “Roundhouse Kick” foot position looks like?  Circle the correct “Roundhouse Kick” foot position.


Watch this Youtube Video of Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s Jung SuWon Demos!


August 6, 2012

Healthy Foods Inspired by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim

It’s been very busy here, and temperatures have been climbing.  I am more of a cool weather person, so coming up with nourishing and healthy, satisfying food that doesn’t make me melt away into a puddle, has been a challenge.

Dr. Tae Yun Kim shared a very old, traditional Korean recipe with me.  It’s one of her very favorite summer foods and I love it.  This is also very light, and won’t weigh your stomach down, so it’s ideal both before and after a heavy-duty workout in the heat.

Once you have the ingredients, the rest is very very easy to make.  I start making the acorn “jelly” in the morning, when cooking is still ok, and then it’s all set and cool come lunch and dinner.  I also boil the eggs, at that time, and have them ready.

So, here is how you make Korean mook, or acorn jelly…

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