Taekwondo Competition

As you get better in taekwondo, you may want to get experience as a competitor. Taekwondo competition is safe and fun, but you’ll have to practice a lot to be ready. You’ll also have to know the rules of taek- wondo competition. There are two ways to compete: in forms and sparring. During forms competition, […] Read more »

Be Loyal to Your Country

All taekwondo people are taught to appreciate and be loyal to their country. We live in a world where selfishness seems to be the rule of the day, and personal gain the objective of most relationships and endeavors. One of the most honorable Taekwondo character traits a person can develop is the ability to be […] Read more »

Being a Black Belt

A black belt must set an example for how others around him or her ought to behave. He has little fear of being harmed by bullies and is more interested in helping weak or needy people. Being a black belt is a great honor. However, it is also a responsibility. When you become a black […] Read more »

Concentration

Black Belts would not spend so much time developing it, and opponents would not try so hard to break it, if concentration was not important. To be a winner, you must concentrate on the individual match or the performance of your form. Concentrate on every move, every technique, with such intensity that you can not […] Read more »

Be Loving and Show Fidelity to Your Parents

Respect is one of the most important parts of taekwondo. Above all, taekwondo practitioners must respect themselves. Bad things like drugs, alcohol, abu- sive language or bad behavior have no place in the life of a taekwondo person. When you respect for a person, including yourself, it means that you have a feeling of honor […] Read more »