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KARATE DEMO


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   1 - Very good demonstration!

   2 - If you study for sport, development or recreation or just plain fun, then that is surely a valid reason for it!
KATA MASTER


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   1 - Yes, very good done!

   2 - Martial arts isn't about killing someone.
Its about development, discipline, testimony...
SHEILA EGLEN'S 2 DAYS SHODAN GRADING


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   1 - Wow, what a video!!!

   2 - ...only those of us, that have been through the intensity of training for a black belt, would understand how she felt.
THE BEST UNEDITED FIGHT SEQUENCE EVER


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   1 - The longest uncut action sequence ever seen!

   2 - The reason this shot is 4 minutes, is because reels of 35mm film are only about 4 min in length. It is unbelievable!
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TAEKWONDO


(Tae) means to kick or to strike with the foot.
(Kwon) means fist or to strike with the hand, and
(Do) mean discipline or Art.

Taken all together, (TaeKwonDo) means the art of kicking and punching. The Art of unarmed combat.
Today, TaeKwonDo, as it has come to be developed over the years, is a unique martial art with both quick, straight line movements that simulate various Japanese styles and circular moves of some Chinese styles.
The distinguishing part of TaeKwonDo is that it is recognized for its powerful Kick.

Let us not forget that TaeKwonDo is more than physical power it is also the transformation toward moral and spiritual development of its students.

TAEKWONDO CODES OF CONDUCT

LOYALTY;
to your country
to your friends
to your school
Faithfulness to your spouse
 
 
RESPECT;
your elders
your parents
your teachers
yourself and others
your brothers and sisters
 
Humility
Honesty
Self-control
Perseverance
Imitable spirit
Finish what you begin
Never take life unjustly
TAEKWONDO FORM


The practice of forms is the most important element in development of proper TaeKwonDo techniques.

Required for advancement at every level from beginner through master.
Through the practice of these forms, the student develops coordination, balance, timing, breath control, and rhythm, all of which are essential techniques to the TaeKwonDo student.

When a student has mastered the specific forms for his belt level and demonstrated increased proficiency with the basic techniques he is ready to advance to the next level.

Although TaeKwonDo students must master far more than the required form at their current belt level to advance, the repeated practice of forms will the student develop a strong sophisticated combative way of defending or attacking from all possible directions with blocks, kicks and strikes.

REQUIRED FORMS


I. T. F. FORMS:


CHON-JI
DAN-GUN
DO-SAN
WON-HYO
YUL-GOK
JOONG-GUN
TOI-GYE
HWA-RANG
CHOONG-MOO
GWANG-GAE
 
  
STEPS


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39
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W. T. F. FORMS:
TAEGEUKS


EL-JONG
E–JONG
SAM-JONG
SA-JONG
O–JONG
YOOK–JONG
CHIL-JONG
JONG
KORYO
 
  
STEPS


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30
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W. T. F. FORMS:
PALGWES


EL-JANG
E–JANG
SAM-JANG
SA-JANG
O–JANG
YOOK–JANG
CHIL-JANG
PUL–JANG
 
 
  
STEPS


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20
22
23
35
19
23
35
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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