Tae Kwon Do is a Korean version of unarmed self-defense practiced for many centuries in the Orient. Literally translated, Tae Kwon Do means “the art of hand and foot fighting.” It involves the application of punches, kicks, blocks, dodges and interceptions with hands, arms, and feet. The objective of this application is the rapid halt of an attacker.
Tae Kwon Do is the perfect exercise for the body. In addition, it enables one to have inner strength, loyalty, a sense of justice, and leadership capabilities. One of the prime reasons that Tae Kwon Do is taught to young people is to help direct emerging personality traits. This will assist them to instill a sense of order, discipline, generosity, courage, and respect.
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