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Taekwon-Do is a modern martial art, characterized by its fast, high, and spinning kicks that are combined with formidable blocks and strikes. There are multiple interpretations of the name Taekwon-Do. Taekwon-Do is often translated as ‘the way of hand and foot’. Broken down the definition of Taekwon-Do is:
- Tae – to strike or block with the foot or to kick, it also means jump
- Kwon – Fist, to strike or block with hand
- Do – The way of or art.
Put this together and Taekwon-Do means: “The art of kicking and punching” or “The art of unarmed combat”. The sport has been founded in Korea, is one of the popular modern martial arts, and an Olympic sport.
Disciplines of Taekwon-Do
Taekwon-Do has four disciplines which form the basis for the teaching curriculum. The four disciplines are:
It is the combination of these four disciplines that makes up traditional Taekwon-Do.
Objectives of Taekwon-Do
- to develop an appreciation for Taekwon-Do as a sport and as an art
- to achieve physical fitness through positive participation
- to improve mental discipline and emotional equanimity
- to learn self-defense skills
- to develop a sense of responsibility for one’s self and others