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Tae Kwon Do

Author: Yeon Hee Park
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Essential reading for every tae kwon do practitioner briefly traces the history of tae kwon do; demonstrates basic techniques, sparring routines, and practical applications; and explains the rules of competition. Simultaneous.


Official Taekwondo Training Manual

Author: Soon Man Lee
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Explains how to perform each block, kick, and combination in this Korean style of karate.


The Tae Kwon Do Handbook

Author: Ray Pawlett
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Explains the history, steps, and training of tae kwon do.


Tae Kwon Do

Author: Sihak Henry Cho
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"Clearly written, easily understood…one of the most significant contributions to the art of foot–and –fist fighting.” — The Japan Times Tae Kwon Do is a fighting art which employs almost all parts of the body in offensive and defensive moves. The techniques consist of many individual moves which are practiced as individual units and joined together for maximum efficiency in free fighting. These practice units are: basic drill in stances, kicking, punching, striking, blocking, combinations of these moves in formal patterns, prearranged attacks and counterattacks, stepping and shifting, etc. The combination of all of these units results in skill at Tae Kwon Do, which is demonstrated in free fighting. Some of the moves are directly applicable to free fighting while the others develop basic speed and coordination. In Tae Kwon Do guide, illustrated with nearly 1,000 photographs, the author explains when, where, why, and how to best apply the deadly techniques of Tae Kwon Do. This martial arts training book gives pinpoint explanations of the advantages and disadvantages of each move, analyzing them step by step from offensive, defensive, and counterattacking perspectives. The techniques presented are applicable to any martial arts system.


Chon ji of Tae Kwon Do Hyung

Author: Jhoon Rhee
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Jhoon Rhee has been called "The Father of American Tae Kwon Do" and holds the rank of seventh dan. He is internationally renowned and has instructed members of Congress. The chon-ji form is directed toward the beginning white belt. Applications are included with foot patterns, overhead views and one-step sparring.


Beginning Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do

Author: Richard Chun
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Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do

Author: Richard Chun
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Dr Richard Chun covers the intermediate forms and techniques of moo duk kwan taekwondo: palgwe sa chang; palgwe o chang; palgwe yook chang; kibons 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; chulki cho dan; and bal-sek.


Tae Kwon Do

Author: Marcy Olson
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Presents the history, principles, gym etiquette, belts, and vocabulary of the ancient art and sport of tae kwon do.


Tae Kwon Do

Author: Garrison Wells
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Introduces tae kwon do's history and culture along with the martial art's equipment and techniques.


Tae Kwon Do Man on Building Self Confidence

Author: MASTER RORY KYLE
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At the age of twelve, Joey was a shy boy who preferred doing things alone rather than interacting with others. His parents were very concerned about their only child. He was growing up so quickly, but without the social skills that would be so important for him when he entered high school and college. They tried everything that they could think of to get him interested in meeting other kids and spending time with them. But nothing seemed to work. Until one day, when his mom came across an ad in the yellow pages about self defense classes. Signing Joey up for the martial arts completely changed his way of life. Over his years in Tae Kwon Do, he transformed from a timid, bashful introvert into a gregarious, self confident young man, eager to accept and face the challenges before him.