Taekwondo, “the way of foot and fist,” is based on ancient Korean methods of self-defense. It emphasizes flexibility and kicking techniques, but hand techniques are also widely employed. A means of self-defense, physical conditioning, recreation, and mental discipline, Taekwondo is recognized not only as a martial art, but also as an exciting sport with powerful kicks and punches that emphasizes continuous action, endurance, skill, and sportsmanship. This martial art has been an Olympic event since 2000.
Head Instructor: Dr. Ken MinCoordinating Instructor: Dr. Russell Ahn
145 Recreational Sports Facility
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