How to do a tae kwon do kick
Taekwon-Do is a Korean martial art that was founded by General Choi Hong Hi in 1955. Since then it has grown to become the most popular martial art in the world. Taekwon-Do is well known for its dynamic kicking and is translated as “the way of the foot and the fist”. Tae means to strike or kick with the foot, Kwon means the fist or to strike with the fist and Do means way or art. Taekwon-Do is suitable for males and females of all ages. You don’t have to be really fit or flexible to start; these skills will develop as your training progresses.

In our classes we cover all aspects of traditional ITF Taekwon- Do:

  • Traditional line work
  • Set sparring
  • Patterns (Tul or forms)
  • Self defence
  • Destruction
We also cover:
  • Freestyle sparring techniques and line work
  • Touch contact sparring
  • Pad drills and bag work
  • Stretching
  • Aerobic and anaerobic exercise

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  • Gradings take place four times a year. Your instructor will tell
    you whether you are eligible and ready to grade.
  • In our children’s classes we also run a merit badge system
    and a student of the month award.
  • Club clothing and equipment can be purchased through your instructor.

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