Taekwondo Canberra| Taekwondo Fun Facts
Wednesday, October 21st, 2015
Taekwondo Canberra can be a great part of our lives once learned, it is not only good for your physical health but it is also good for your mental health and it can teach life values as well. It helps us in many ways; from training our body, our mind and our soul. Training at Taekwondo Canberra will help improve your overall skills and help attain your goals in the most efficient ways. It can be a total body workout; a fun exercise for you and your family.
Taekwondo Canberra is one of the leading taekwondo academies in Sydney and we are open to anyone who is dedicated to learning the art of kicking and punching. We give our students equal opportunities to reach the level of achievement that they desire.
Here is a List of Sydney Taekwondo Academy’s Taekwondo Canberra Fun Facts:
- Taekwondo is the National Sport of South Korea.
- Taekwondo Training includes a system of blocks, kicks, punches and open-hand strikes. Various take-downs or sweeps, throws, and joint locks are also included.
- Taekwondo Ranking is separated into “junior” or “student” and “senior” or “instructor”.
- Taekwondo is an effective weaponless-art of self-defense. It is also a competitive sport and an effective method of maintaining all-around fitness.
- Taekwondo is very much a reflection of Korea’s tumultuous yet dynamic history and culture.
- Taekwondo is one of the only two Asian Martial Arts in the Olympic Games (Judo is the other one).
- Taekwondo is popular due to their kicking technique which distinguishes from other martial arts such as karate or Kung Fu.
- Taekwondo is practice able by many ages even as young as 4.
- Chuck Norris and Jean-Claude Van Damme are two of the most popular artist who practices taekwondo and taekwondo is even part of their movies.
- Taekwondo Training teaches disciplines the body to control the breathing; proper exhaling and inhaling methods.
- Taekwondo is more than just kicking and striking; it relies on concentration, combat philosophy, physical defense, and discipline.
- On April 9, 1976, the International Military Sports Council entered taekwondo as one of the events of the Olympic Games.
- Taekwondo is a system of symmetrical body exercises or techniques designed for self-defense and counterattack in unarmed combat, making use of the arms and feet as weapons and defenses.
- Taekwondo originated in Korea more than 1000 years ago and it is more sports oriented than self-defense.
- The Largest Taekwondo tournament organization is the World Taekwondo Federation which is headquartered in South Korea.
Learn more with Taekwondo Canberra!
Learning in Taekwondo Canberra is fun, but we make sure that you do well in training. Trainers are all professional. They are dedicated to making everyone succeed in classes. Not only in classes but also in life since taekwondo teachings can be applied in real life including but not limited to self-discipline.
Taekwondo Canberra is a fun sport and combative exercise that will help in shaping ourselves and enhancing the skills that we use to face the daily challenges of our lives. Learn more with Taekwondo Canberra by calling us or visiting us online!
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