TaeKwon-Do is a version of unarmed combat designed for self-defense, and more. It is the scientific and ultimate use of the body gained through intensive physical and mental training.

GTMA is the provincial governing body representing the Global TaeKwon-Do Federation in the province of Saskatchewan

 

What is TaeKwon-Do?

TaeKwon-Do is a version of unarmed combat designed for self-defense, and more.  It is the scientific and ultimate use of the body gained through intensive physical and mental training.

 

TaeKwon-Do was designed on the fundamentals of kinetic and potential energy due to velocity and gravity respectively.  Applying these principles together and correctly along with the theory of power this martial art creates unequal power and technique.

 

Though TaeKwon-Do is a martial art, its discipline, technique and mental training are the fundamentals for building a strong sense of justice, fortitude and humility.  It is the mental conditioning that seperates the true practitioner from the sensationalist content with mastering only the fighting aspects.  This is one of the reasons that TaeKwon-Do is called an art of self-defense.  It also implies a way of life, particularly by instiling a concept of self-imposed discipline and an ideal of noble moral rearmament.




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