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Donors Save Lives Every Day

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken the U.S. by storm, but I am not asking you to dump cold water over your head or video it and upload it on the internet or challenge your friends to do the same; however, I am appealing to you to contemplate a few questions and take a couple of important actions.

Donors save lives everyday and you may just be the one who saves a life when you become a donor today.

  • Have you ever been a blood donor?
  • Have you designated yourself as an organ donor?
  • Have you ever considered being a marrow donor?

Sa Bom Nim Fred Messersmith recently launched a Facebook page on behalf of Sa Bom Nim Victor Martinov to bring awareness to the opportunities of registering as a bone marrow donor with www.bethematch.org  You could make a difference and save a life today by registering as a potential bone marrow donor.

Please visit the Facebook page he set up (shown below) and while you are on the page invite your friends to it as shown below and then take a few minutes out of your busy day to call Stephanie Farah at www.bethematch.org  (626) 301-8483 and talk with her or visit  their website and learn more.

Lives depend on donors. Are you the one who will take action to save a life today?

No ice water.

No video.

No challenge.

Simply an humble appeal for your help.

 

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Submit Your Video To The Soo Bahk Do Institute

While you can upload your video to YouTube or  Facebook or any number of other websites, only when you upload it to the Soo Bahk Do® Institute does it become part of the official  Moo Duk Kwan® martial art school global repository for the body of knowledge that is the Soo Bahk Do® martial art system.

Many mobile phones have high quality camcorders built in and capturing a great video takes only a little planning and few minutes of time.

The video uploading process is similar to YouTube, except that the Institute provides a managed environment without any advertisements and other distractions and it provides a central, organized repository for the “Body of Knowledge” that is the Moo Duk Kwan® Soo Bahk Do® martial art system and you are invited to make your contribution.

Video your favorite training drill or performance enhancing technique and submit it to the Institute.

If you are a certified Instructor, then you might prepare an instructional video about a specific technique and submit it. The Technical Advisory Committee might even endorse your instructional video and publish it globally. Check out this excellent instructional video submitted to the Soo Bahk Do® Institute by Sa Bom Nim Carl Vonck.

The Soo Bahk Do Institute can feature private videos for only your friends, private training videos intended only for your students and public videos approved by the Institute for all subscribers or the general public.

Registered affiliates of the Soo Bahk Do® Institute can earn commissions from paid subscribers referred to the Institute, so an affiliate adding content that is of interest to their target subscriber audience increases the opportunity to convert referrals to subscribers seeking access to the content being published.

Moo Duk Kwan National Festival And Dan Convention Recap 2014

Moo Duk Kwan® practitioners, Moo Duk Kwan® alumni and supporters enjoyed an action packed, high level learning and training experience at the Little America Hotel July 17th to 20th, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah during the United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® National Festival and Dan Leadership Convention.

Those who were in attendance will recognize some of the proceedings in the images and videos below from the action packed 2014 agenda.

If you were not in attendance, you can make plans now to attend the 2015 National Festival by submitting a bid for your preferred National festival destination in 2015.

Check out lots more exciting 2014 National Festival videos on the Soo Bahk Do® Institute!

The Soo Bahk Do Institute Fast Forwards And Rewinds Videos

Did you know that the Soo Bahk Do® Institute allows you to watch all videos in slow motion (1/2, 1/4 and 1/8 speeds) so you can see exactly how a technique is performed?

Did you know that you can also fast forward (2X, 4X and 8X speed) to get through longer videos quickly without missing anything?

And did you know that you can even watch videos in REVERSE fast or slow?

You can’t do any of this on YouTube.