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The Way of Taekwondo LLC - Opened September 9, 2013
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The Way of Taekwondo's focus is to teach true Korean Taekwondo. Taekwondo is a way of life, Basically, Martial Arts training builds physical strength and strength of character. Martial Arts is for everyone, regardless of age or body type. And since it encourages a lifestyle of total well-being, Martial Arts training is a lifelong journey rather than a destination.  

 

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High Blue Belt (3th Kub) study guide

 

The significance of Blue Belt

 

A blue belt signifies the color of the sky reaching high, youth and

ambition.

 

The Five Tenets of Tae Kwon - Do

  1. Courtesy

  2. Integrity

  3. Perseverance

  4. Self-Control

  5. Indomitable Spirit

 

Basic Principle of Um and Yang

In Tae Kwon-Do the circle of the Um and Yang symbol represents the unity of

the forces in the universe. This unity is made up of two opposite but

complimentary forces which we find in every object and every process. They

are the forces of light and darkness, of left and right, of ebb and flow,

positive and negative, male and female, matter and anti- matter, good and

evil. We see them in the change of the seasons, in the movements of the

tides, and in the existence of a hormonic universe.

The things that cannot exist without the other, they are the Um and Yang.

Both are necessary in the universe and in our lives.

The boundary between these forces creates the harmony and balance from which

everything is created. Um and Yang are symbolic of the eternal change and

the natural rhythms of the life. The symbol from them is not static. It is

kinetic and flowing. It depicts a serene cycle of constant flux.

 

Tae Geuk (6) Yuk-Jong

Represents water. Water always run from top to bottom, continuously without

pausing, without obstruction. Body movements should be like the flow of

water.

(19 pooms)