Taekwondo is a Korean martial art practiced by over 60 million people in184 countries. Its highly dynamic techniques and its fast, often spectacular, kicks make it a unique martial art.
Taekwondo is a very effective combat and self-defence system.
It promotes flexibility, strength, stamina and focus and it's therefore an effective and entertaining form of physical exercise.
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Taekwondo practice is deeply rooted in fundamental principles of personal development, self improvement and unity of body, mind and spirit. The practice of Taekwondo cultivates focus, determination, self-esteem and self-discipline and it extends into every aspect of daily life. The five tenets of Taekwondo are: Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-control and Indomitable Spirit.
Taekwondo made its debut as an official Olympic sport at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. It is now also a Commonwealth Games sport. At London 2012 Olympic Games British athlete Jade Jones won a Gold medal. Taekwondo is a safe sport and can be practiced by everybody, either competitively or for fitness.
. Practicing Taekwondo greatly enhances flexibility, stamina, concentration, self-confidence.