Who can learn Tae Kwon Do?
Anyone, regardless of age or sex. It is never too late to begin practice. Even people with disabilities can learn Tae Kwon Do.
Persons can learn Tae Kwon Do because it is not just kicking or punching. It is both a modern universal art of self-defense and a method of character development.
Child discipline has always been my problem. Can Tae Kwon Do help my child?
Respect of parents and oneself is the key note to good discipline. Tae Kwon Do can show your child how to develop this character and the correct way to use it.
Learning Tae Kwon Do involves learning ancient laws 20 or more centuries old, and one of the most important of those laws to respect oneself and one’s parents. It has been said that the mind rules the body. Tae Kwon Do teaches this philosophy.
When learning these aspects of Tae Kwon Do, respect is a necessity not only to your parents but also to yourself to help you develop a good life.
I need weight control. How can Tae Kwon Do help me?
In Tae Kwon Do, you use every part of your body.
You learn many different ways to kick, block, punch, bend, and move; therefore, you tone all muscles while you practice. You will also learn proper breathing and concentration while performing the different forms of Korean Tae Kwon Do. All this leads to a healthier body.
How can Tae Kwon Do give me self-confidence?
The Tae Kwon Do master will show you how to protect yourself from an attacker with a weapon. You gain confidence so you can defend yourself. Tae Kwon Do teaches you coordination and self-discipline. Tae Kwon Do helps balance your body for quick movements and action needed for self-defense.