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Can anyone take Taekwondo Classes in Watford?

Anyone in relatively good but not necessarily stellar shape can benefit from taekwondo training. Have a look at which Watford taekwondo clubs are offering classes for your age and skill level to find classes suitable for you. There are taekwondo classes in Watford for children and for adults, for all genders and abilities. Our listed taekwondo clubs include a brief description of the classes they offer in their profile to give you a better idea of what it's about. You can ask multiple clubs for other concerns you may have, such as if you're specifically looking for beginner taekwondo classes for adults. You can even book your session through the site at no extra charge - it's that easy!  


Benefits of Taekwondo Training

This martial art discipline offers a plethora of benefits for those who practice regularly. Taekwondo classes in Watford for children are good for personal growth and moral development; this includes respect for themselves and others, self-discipline, self-confidence, and control over impulses. Adults can also get a great workout to improve their health - taekwondo is a fun but physical exercise that helps improve muscle tone, flexibility, and strength of . Kicking and punching a few times a week is also a stress reliever! Taekwondo can also help as a form of self defence. Overall, regularly taking up taekwondo classes in Watford can result in improved fitness with consistency and a balanced diet.


Tips for Taekwondo Classes Watford

All beginners are encouraged not to feel too self-conscious on their first day of training. Adults in particular shouldn't worry about just getting started at an advanced age; in fact, there are lots of people who started taking up taekwondo well in their 30s, 40s, 50s, and so on! Martial arts such as taekwondo are beneficial for those at an advanced age for getting strong and fit without the danger of overexerting themselves at the gym. Those concerned about certain medical conditions or possible issues while should first consult with their doctor before training.


For anyone just starting out with taekwondo and have little to no other forms of exercise, it is recommended to do other exercises outside of taekwondo training in Watford. You will benefit from doing even just a bit of stretching or jogging a few times a week to reduce stiffness. The most challenging part of it all is taking the first step of booking your taekwondo classes in Watford. Don’t worry, this doesn’t mean you’re committing to a full course. It is, however, a fantastic way to see if taekwondo training is for you!

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Tae Kwon Do is a complete discipline. Within Taekwondo the practitioners will learn basic skills as well as patterns which are fighting skills against an imaginary opponent. Various equipment is also used to help with the development of each individuals Taekwondo skills. These skills are three step sparring, three step semi sparring, one step sparring, one to one sparring and free sparring which ultimately help to develop Taekwondo skills. Taekwondo is a way of life which helps to bring both mind and body together by exercising body and developing a strong mind. Exercising Mind This would increase self confidence, developing self-discipline, better judgment, self control, better stress management, better self image and a positive attitude. Exercising Body This would help to have good co-ordination, toning, weight reduction, flexibility improvement, cardiovascular conditioning, increased strength, general fitness. Philosophically The way of Tae Kwon Do is Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control, Indomitable Spirit, honesty, respect, courage, generosity, loyalty. Combination of these three aspects into one's daily life will result in calm, harmony, health and happiness. "Ye" (etiquette) (Extract from 'Dynamic Taekwondo') "Is an essential spirit in Taekwondo training. Taekwondo practice must begin and end with etiquette. Ye is an abbreviation of kyongnye. Ye denotes the way that all human beings must follow. It is the fundamental base on which human spirit stands. That is respect for humanity." Kyongnye is a bow that signifies truthful respect to the other person. Kyongnye, in Taekwondo practice, is a bow bending the upper body approximately 15 degrees forward. Bowing symbolizes respect without and humility Within. Adequate and neat appearance and controlled mental attitude are the most critical in Taekwondo etiquette. Bow is ye and ye can be cultivated through inner effort. Taekwondo practitioners must bow when entering and leaving the Do Jang, when meeting SABUM NIM (KAE) (School) Instructor; "SIR!", and higher rank students. Before and after working out with partner in self-defence or step-sparring, and performing poomse, you must bow in a proper manner. The goal of Taekwondo training lies in the attainment of the most ideal human values through rigorous physical and mental practice.
Chaudry's Taekwondo
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Master Chaudry founded Chaudry’s Taekwondo after years of teaching martial arts at other Taekwondo schools in Germany. Trained by Grandmaster Willi Kloss (9th Dan, Germany) Master Chaudry has been involved in martial arts for over 25 years and has been an instructor for 15 years.
Walters Family School of Taekwondo
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Taekwondo is a martial art based on traditional Korean philosophy. As a martial art it requires extensive levels of discipline and self control to master. Students must condition their bodies and their minds as they work their way through a tough grading system. With each new grade they achieve a new belt and have new challenges set for them. Every student is working towards a new goal in their quest to fully understand and know Taekwondo. Part of learning Taekwondo is to learn the Taekwondo way of life that is based on the traditional Korean philosophies which founded the martial art. This way of life emphasises respect for others and respect for oneself. Students will learn how to use their feet, fists, and open-hand techniques in the correct way. This will include learning aspects of self-defence such as blocking and counter attacking. All students will benefit from a better understanding of their physical capabilities and their mental strength. The Taekwondo way of life will teach students how to control both their minds and their bodies.

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