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Kyuki-Do is an art that combines the strikes of Tae Kwon Do, the throwing and grappling techniques of Judo and juijitsu, the joint locks of Hapki-Do, and the practice of kobudo (traditional weapons)."Kyuk" means strike. "Ki" is energy. "Do" means art, path, way or method. "Kyuki-Do" then translates as "The way or the art of striking with energy." In Korean, "Kyuki-Do" literally means "spark or explosion."Kyuki-Do is more than just an effective system of self defense; it is a martial art that encourages students to realize their own potential, physically, mentally and spiritually. Students of Kyuki-Do learn discipline, self-control, patience, persistence and respect for themselves and others. Students are expected to continually strive to perfect themselves, both in the dojang, and in every other area of their life.