Taekwondo instills values in students. It has been shown to make a significant difference in the lives of young people who will be the future leaders of their communities.
Taekwondo develops listening skills, concentration, confidence, respect, leadership, teamwork, physical fitness, self-esteem and discipline.
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Taekwondo is a modern martial art, characterized by it's fast, high and spinning kicks. There are multiple interpretations of the name taekwondo. Taekwondo is often translated as 'the way of hand and foot'.
The name Taekwondo is defined as: Tae means "to strike or block with the foot" or "to kick"; Kwon means "Fist" or "to strike or block with hand"; Do means "The way of" or "art". Put this together and Taekwondo means: "The art of Kicking and Punching" or "The art of unarmed combat." The sport has been founded in Korea and is one of the popular modern martial arts.
It is the combination of these four disciplines that make the art of Taekwondo.
Taekwondo is primarily a kicking art, often with a greater emphasis on the sport aspect of the art. Taekwondo stylists tend to fight at an extended range, and keep opponents away with their feet. It is a hard/soft, external, fairly linear style and is known for being very powerful. There is a lot of competition work in many
Dojangs. Training tends to emphasize sparring, but has forms, and the basics are important as well.