Taekwondo Strenght Training

Taekwondo Strength Training: A Weightlifting Guide

Taekwondo as both a sport and a Martial Art requires both flexibility and physical strength. The best Taekwondo athletes are able to balance a full workout routine throughout the week and still train at Taekwondo Weight lifting for TaeKwonDo is a regimen of muscular strength, fatigue endurance, and explosive motion exercises that increases the power of kicks and punches and …

Taekwondo vs KickBoxing

TaeKwonDo vs American Kickboxing: What is the Difference?

Studying a Martial Art can be a big deal, and starting the process of picking one that is right for you can be a difficult one. It all depends on what you want to learn and there are no set of rules to make the decision easier because everyone is different. Is Taekwondo or Kickboxing a better option for me? …

Taekwondo Grandmaster

What is a TaeKwonDo Grandmaster?

If you have ever been in a place or setting and you were the one calling the shots, then you have an idea of what being a grandmaster is all about. It’s about leadership as well as dedication. What is a TaeKwondo Grandmaster? Its the highest level of achievement that is granted to relatively few in Taekwondo. A grandmaster is …

Hapkido vs TaeKwonDo

TaeKwondo vs Hapkido: What is the Difference?

The martial arts of TaeKwondo and Hapkido share some similarities and some vast differences even though both are rather young martial arts and both come from Korea. The main differences between Taekwondo and Hapkido is in their histories, techniques, and philosophies. Hapkido includes more falls and weapons where TaeKwonDo uses more limited and structured movements that do not include any …

Jhoon Rhee

Jhoon Rhee: The Life Of A TaeKwonDo Grandmaster

Jhoon Rhee helped make TaeKwonDo into one of the most popular forms of martial arts in the world. Having originated in Korea, and spread across the globe, it has worked its way from small villages to the Olympic Games. Grandmaster Jhoon Rhee is widely considered to be the father of American TaeKwonDo. He was the first one to bring the …