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CompleteMartialArts.com - Advancing in Tae Kwon Do

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Binding: Hardcover
Dewey Decimal Number: 796.8153
EAN: 9780060150297
ISBN: 0060150297
Label: HarperCollins
Manufacturer: HarperCollins
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 419
Publication Date: 1983-01
Publisher: HarperCollins
Studio: HarperCollins

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Summary: Great reference for new black belts in TKD.
Comment: This is an excellent resource book for new black belts in TKD and those blacks belt hoping to advance in this sport (TKD is not an art anymore)it is also helpful for those new instructors with a text outlining the forms required for advancement. GM Chun compiled an excellent resource at the time of its printing. It is worth while owning if you teach TKD or are a low rank black belt.

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Summary: Too hard to find!!!!!
Comment: This book is a good resource for all black belts who are serious about continuing their training. It is a continuation of Mr. Chun's "Tae Kwon Do, The Korean Martial Art". The book presents some nice advanced kicks and displays some awesome pictures of breaking techniques. It also provides some useful self defense and free sparring examples. The book does a superb job of explaining the black belt poomse and its presentation of the Tae Geuk is also helpful. On the other hand, this book falls short in some areas. It needs more examples of advanced kicking techniques, more advanced black belt self defense, and a lot more combinations which display the different advanced variations of Tae Kwon Do techniques. In Conclusion, this is a good book, but is incomplete!


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