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Detail Your Own Philosophy of “Do” for Brown Belt Test


To me, Do is a sort of morality, a way of living (after all, it is the “way of life”). Do is what keeps us from using our Tae Kwon Do skills selfishly and to cause harm to other unnecessarily. It tells us what is right and what is wrong and shows us that there are certain principles we should all live by if we want to achieve happiness. Do is the truth that makes up these principles. It tells us to be honest, accept our faults, and always strive to better ourselves, but not to demean or cause harm to others.

The Link Between Meditation And Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do

Engaging in Tae Kwon Do doesn’t simply offer physical health benefits. Tae Kwon Do training actually involves a lot of meditation techniques, something that can translate to your everyday lifestyle. There are plenty of advantages to understanding your inner self and connecting with your spiritual side. Not only can meditation improve your performance in this particular form of martial arts, but it can also help improve your overall health. This resource contains information about the link between mediation and Tae Kwon Do, as well as how they are beneficial to each other.

5th MST(Masters and SUSA Training) on June 12th 1 pm

Jump Volley Kick Warm-up -Standing: Shin Min -Sitting: Ji Sun -Partner: Myung Duk Building up muscles strength -Duck walking -One leg jumping -One leg squat Partner balance training -Special spin -Method to get balance before taking off Partner chair training -Step jump -One leg jump Partner target training -2 targets jump training -1 target jump volley kick training To all trainees, how to...