Taekwon Kids Competition Team has been producing local, state, national, and international medalists every year. Rather than focusing on winning, we train to develop character, fostering teamwork, and leadership.
Poomsae is a demonstration of Taekwondo's power and beauty, and athletes develop focus, body control, and discipline. Taekwon Kids Poomsae Team trains to perfect the art of Taekwondo through movements.
Students as young as 6 years old can compete.
Poomsae athletes can compete in the individual, pair (male & female), team (three members), and free-style (Taekwondo Acrobatics).
Athletes learn to generate explosive power while performing the techniques in the most beautiful way possible.
The sparring or Kyorugi in Taekwondo refers to the sports side of Taekwondo that is currently one of the most popular events in the summer Olympics.
Athletes compete in full-contact sparring with full protective gear.
The wireless electronic system provides automated scoring.
Athletes develop agility, flexibility, and game strategy in this fast-fasted, exciting game of Taekwondo.
TOP JUDO COMPETITION TEAM
Coached by two Olympian Judokas, Master Sam and Master Suyeon, TOP JUDO COMPETITION TEAM members receive the best teachings that can be applied at the competition floor.
“Can’t say enough great things about their program instructors are knowledgeable, patient with the kids, and work tirelessly to instill a sense of discipline and focus. Highly recommend.”
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PUSH YOUR LIMITS
WHY IS TAEKWONDO GREAT FOR KIDS?
HELPS PREVENT BULLYING
Taekwondo provides a tangible way to release stress and frustration that leads to abusing others. Strong emphasis on respect and courtesy in every class helps them to understand and develop healthy relationships with others. Taekwondo also teaches children to relate physical power to self-control. They are trained to think twice before using physical force in conflict, and learn to use the self-control to peacefully guide themselves out of trouble.
BUILDS TRUE CONFIDENCE
Those who train in Taekwondo can address nearly every challenge that a child might face. Whether it is bullying, obesity, short attention span, lack of athletic skill, low confidence, or poor self-image, Taekwondo can help. Students also find comfort inknowing that they can be themselves, and most importantly, children will be able to project real confidence beyond the studio at school at home.