Learn the Korean martial art taekwondo with the kicks and sparring techniques in these ApplicationTae kwon do is one of the most widespread martial arts in the world ,Created from traditional Korean martial arts after the end of Japanese occupation in 1945, it focuses heavily on elaborate kicking techniques. Along with judo, wrestling and boxing, it is one of the few combat sports that is also considered an Olympic sport. This app involves practicing individual techniques and counters, sparring, board-breaking techniques and pattern training. Patterns are set routines that contain all the techniques, stances and movements of taekwondo and allow practitioners to perfect their skills on their own.Tae kwon do is a martial art transformed into an olympic sport of combat from the year 1988. Taekwondo is noted for the variety and magnificence of its kicking techniques and is currently one of combat sports most well-known.Among the benefits of this sport are helping to improve the health in general, improves the reflexes. With this app you will learn taekwondo the easy way and for free. You can find all kinds of videos about this sport. You will learn the forms or patterns of all levels and belts. techniques of kicks, defenses, blocks, stances and strategies of combat. This app is not only useful for those who are beginning but also for levels intermediate and advanced. For beginners we have a full section in which we talked about a multitude of things as tying the belt, tips for costumes, uniforms, shooes, and protections among other things. Taekwondo (also spelled tae kwon do, taekwon-do, or more exactly taegwondo) is a martial art (system of fighting) of Korean origin, similar enough to the Japanese karate.It is based on the utilization of the hands and feet in order to attack or to be defended from an adversary, although some techniques use fingertips, elbows, or knees in order to strike the opponent. Taekwondo is a national sport in South Korea, kyeorugi is a sport event in the Olympic Games. In the Korean alphabet hangeul, () signifies "to strike with the foot"; () to "strike with the hand"; and () signifies "way", "road" or "route". Taekwondo can therefore be translated as "way of the foot and of the fist".By taking the basic Taekwondo techniques you learn in class and applying them in controlled fighting situations, you'll learn how you react under pressure.Go to a taekwondo class,Even if you are looking to train mainly at home, try to get some taekwondo lessons either at the beginning of your training or at regular intervals to keep you on the right track under supervision. If you cannot attend classes, watch pictures to familiarize yourself with how taekwondo should look to give you a better idea of what your training should look like.Practice the basics. Tae kwon do, like all martial arts, is built around its basics, so practice your stances, footwork and techniques such as kicks, punches and blocks as much as you can, using a mirror to check your form if you do not have a partner to correct you. Skill is built through repetition. As the great Bruce Lee once said, it is better to practice one kick a thousand times than to practice a thousand kicks once each.Thre no videos in this app so you dont Needs internet connection to view the
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