2015 May Black Belt Indoor Test (part II) - Kicking Combinations Sticky

Jun
30

2015 May Black Belt Indoor Test (part II) - Kicking Combinations

Requirements for obtaining a Black Belt at Yoo’s Martial Arts include memorizing 18 different kicking combinations (approx. 2 per belt). These combinations involve both offensive and defensive kicks, in increasing level of difficulty. They test the student’s coordination, speed, power, flexibility and stamina as they must be performed while maintaining a consistently high energy level, expressed through their eye focus and sound (ki-hup). Read more about 2015 May Black Belt Indoor Test (part II) - Kicking Combinations

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Taekwondo Belts

Jun
30

Taekwondo belts are a sign of recognition that a person has achieved a certain rank when learning this branch of marital arts. Some instructors provide the belt for their students, but many have the student’s fork over the money each time they take a test for a belt. Read more about Taekwondo Belts

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Understanding the Taekwondo Philosophy

Jun
23

Self-Development, Self-Motivation, Self-Defense, and Good Health

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3 important components to maximize the power

Jun
22

"3 important components to maximize the power"
(lesson from top power breaking contest)

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Is There a Difference Between a Taekwondo Belt and Other Belts?

Jun
16

In martial arts, belts are used as a part of the uniform and a symbol of rank. The belt holds the gi, or dobok in Taekwondo, closed and the color of the belt indicates how experienced the practitioner is. Read more about Is There a Difference Between a Taekwondo Belt and Other Belts?

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