Taekwon-Do Jason Corder

ISBN: 9781842221297

Published: October 28th 2002

Paperback

128 pages


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Taekwon-Do  by  Jason Corder

Taekwon-Do by Jason Corder
October 28th 2002 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 128 pages | ISBN: 9781842221297 | 7.54 Mb

Though its origins go back to ancient times in China and India, Taekwon-Do as we know it today was initiated by the Korean General Hong-Hi Choi who led the way in Korea to develop martial arts generally in a modern style. Taekwon-Do offers bothMoreThough its origins go back to ancient times in China and India, Taekwon-Do as we know it today was initiated by the Korean General Hong-Hi Choi who led the way in Korea to develop martial arts generally in a modern style.

Taekwon-Do offers both mental and physical benefits and appeals to people of all ages as well as all abilities. It helps develop strength, flexibility and endurance and helps to concentrate the mind and focus on what you do.

In fact, one of the tenets of Taekwon-Do is that you should finish whatever task you start be it great or small. Taekwon-Do aims to explain the background to the subject and show readers the basic movements which will lead the beginner through the first steps of Taekwon-Do towards the first coloured belt - that of yellow. Illustrated with approximately 400 colour photographs shown in step-by-step sequences, this book will prove an invaluable aid to those beginning Taekwon-Do.



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