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How adrenalin taught me that low kicks are essential to TKD


Everyone has a certain amount of fear in their lives. Not the sort of fear that has you crying or throwing up as a result, but the kind of fear that presents itself as a spurt of adrenaline, or even the reluctance to do something because of fear of failure. When I was writing my … Continue reading

Parm Rai – Dedicated to Taekwondo


Snapshot questions: Full Name: Parmjit RaiAge: 41 yearsLength Training: Started Taekwon-Do in 1979Grade(s): 7th Degree Master InstructorStyle(s): ITFInstructor(s): Master Choi Jung Hwa, President of ITF —- end call out box —- —- call out box —- Snapshot of the person Favourite Food: IndianFavourite Music: anything relaxingFavourite Book: Taekwon-Do EncyclopaediaFavourite Pattern: Hwa-RangFavourite Technique: Downward KickFavourite Film: … Continue reading

Bill Wallace – Kicking’s $6m dollar man!


Bill ‘Superfoot’ Wallace is a kicking legend. With his kicks clocked at over 60mph, and the ability to throw a hook kick, roundhouse (turning) and sidekick from the same chamber, he was as great a pioneer in kicking as Bruce Lee was in concepts. Such was his influence in kicking, that many people now use … Continue reading

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