Whilst students and instructors often focus on the physical aspects of their martial arts training, it is critically important to study the theory of Taekwon-Do.
The scientific and philosophical aspects of the Martial Art encapsulate the essence of Taekwon-Do.
Material covered on this page include:
- Definition of Taekwon-do
- History of Taekwon-Do
- Taekwon-Do Training Secrets
- Tenets of Taekwon-Do
- Theory of Power
- Composition of Taekwon-Do
The theory content is adapted from the works of the Founder of Taekwon-Do, General Choi Hong Hi‘s Encyclopedia : Taekwon-Do – The Art of Self Defense.
General Choi Hong Hi is the foremost authority on Taekwon-Do, and established all technical benchmarks still followed by ITF Members today.
This book is the most widely referenced resource for students training in International Taekwon-Do Federation schools.
In addition to links on the resources pages, you may also like to consider our series of eBooks which can be found in our Online Store.
Our eBooks come with detailed instructional information, step by step descriptions and useful video links to all sequences contained within.
eBooks in our series include Grading syllabus for both Gups and ITF Black Belts, ITF Step Sparring and Self Defense.
They make a useful point of reference for ITF Taekwon-Do schools.
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