What is MuDo?

MuDo in Korean means “Mu” or “Martial” and “Do” or “Way of life”. Grand Master Church has taken his over forty years of studying and training in multiple martial arts and created MuDo. MuDo blends boxing, kickboxing, Judo, Hapkido, and Tae Kwon Do into a practical and tactical means of self defense. There are no competitions in MuDo as it is a means of self defense and therefore, no holds can be barred.

Children learn the safer aspects of MuDo, such as how to block and defend against strikes and grabs from attackers, and how to safely bring someone to the ground and control them until help can come.

Women learn the skills that it will take to defend themselves against an attacker or multiple attackers. Everything taught in MuDo is designed to have a 100 pound woman be able to disable a 200 pound or larger attacker. Simply put, there are no secrets or highly complex techniques in MuDo.  Women who study MuDo learn the hardcore strikes, throws, and chokes that it will take to survive an attack.

Rank is earned in MuDo by being able to perform all aspects of self defense. This includes, but is not limited to, stand up offense and defense, take downs and throws, ground striking, and submissions. Grand Master Church will do periodic assessments and rank will be awarded on the student’s ability to perform all aspects of curriculum.