Self-confidence through self-defense training!
Founded by General Choi Hong Hi in 1946, Taekwondo is an evolution of traditional Korea martial arts and has since developed into an Olympic sport. Literally translated, it means"foot-fist way" because it revolves around opposing an attacker with kicks, blocks and punches supported with agile footwork. Taekwondo constitutes direct self defense. In the Taekwondo program, students will learn how to deliver a formidable combination of maximum power and speed with minimum effort. They will master each belt level's respective form with distinct control and dexterity, exercise self- defense techniques, train in the art of breaking, as well as engage in sparring to put their skills to the test in realistic combat.
A long the path of learning Taekwondo , students will also acquire the self-discipline, self-reliance, apply to their everyday lives to succeed in every aspect.
Since 1964, Judo has been a competitive Olympic sport. The goal of Judo is to exercise control over your opponent's weight, balance, and force. judo revolves around using an inferior force against a superior force to the latter's detriment in the same way that a small crowbar can be used to move an object of enormous weight.
Since the founder of Judo, Dr. Jigoro Kano, was a short man who weighed just over a hundred pounds, this martial arts style is perfect for people of all sizes. Judo equips even the smallest people with the ability to manipulate their opponent's weight. in the judo program, student will learn judo techniques of throws, hooks, sweeps, arm locks, ground hold, and chocked that utilize different body parts such as the hands, arms, shoulders, hips, and legs.
Unlike Taekwondo, Aikido is a defensive, non aggressive style that uses and redirects an attacker's force against him/her. Aikido's basic principles of motion, balance timing, and extension make it the most adaptable style for students of all ages, sixes, and gender. Under the Aikido program, students will learn the principals of ki (inner power) that will allow them to meet attacks with relaxed, circular responses that end by controlling rather than destroying the opponent. Training involves a variety of throws, wrist techniques, spins, and weapons training. Aikido is known for its grace and composure. Students of Aikido do not only master the circular movement, they also discover the inner force within themselves to meet challenges with great calmness and poise.
Kung-fu is a mix of both Vietnamese and Chinese styles of self-defense;its origins go back thousands of years. In the Kung-fu program, the stress is on the concentration of internal power, pressure points, kick and punches
The introductory program is perfect for first time martial artists who are still trying to decide if martial arts is a suitable training routine for them. It includes two trial lessons in which the master will teach some basic techniques about Taekwondo, Judo, Aikido, and Kung fu. it allows the master to evaluate the extent of the student's abilities in order to better develop a proper teaching course, and it gives the student a taste of what is to come. After these two classes, the master will recommend other programs he fells is best suite for the student
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