Taekwon-Do Lesson #24: Do-San Tul

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #24: Do-San Tul

This video shows you how to practice Do-San Tul which is the 3rd of 24 patterns in Taekwon-Do. It explains how to practice various parts of the pattern, such as how to pivot when you are turning, how to move your body during the different stages of the movements as well as how to remain balanced and develop more power. Then, the video explains the sequence of all 24 movements in the pattern.

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #23: Wedging Block

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #23: Wedging Block

This video shows you how to perform a Wedging Block. Recommended for 7th kup grade students and above, the video explains, in detail, how to practice every aspect of the technique including positioning the arms before the block, positioning the arms at the end of the block, sine wave motion and how to develop more power.

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #22: Straight Fingertip Thrust

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #22: Straight Fingertip Thrust

This video shows you how to perform a Straight Fingertip Thrust. Recommended for 7th kup grade students and above, the video explains, in detail, how to practice every aspect of the technique including positioning the arms before the thrust, positioning the arms at the end of the thrust, sine wave motion and how to develop more power.

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #21: Back Fist High Side Strike

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #21: Back Fist High Side Strike

This video shows you how to perform a Back Fist High Side Strike. Recommended for 8th kup grade students and above, the video explains, in detail, how to practice every aspect of the block including positioning the arms before the block, positioning the arms at the end of the block, sine wave motion and how to develop more power.

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #18: Twin Forearm Block

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Taekwon-Do Lesson #18: Twin Forearm Block

This video shows you how to perform a Twin Forearm Block. Recommended for 8th kup grade studentsand above, the video explains, in detail, how to practice every aspect of the block including positioning the arms before the block, positioning the arms at the end of the block, sine wave motion and how to develop more power.

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New Years resolutions!!!!

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New Years resolutions!!!!

This is the time of the year when a great number of people make new years resolutions, a contract to themselves to make positive change in their lives.

I have a great deal of posts popping up on my Facebook feed and a number of them suggesting that this is a bad thing, that it is negative, setting yourself up to fail!!!  I would like to put my two penneth in if I may and put a positive spin on it and hopefully help some of you to better succeed.

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6th Degree Black Belt Success!

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6th Degree Black Belt Success!

On Saturday 9th December, T-UK and Warwick-TKD Instructor Mr Martin Noddings travelled down to Grand Master Nardizzi's Academy in Croydon for an International Grading test We are pleased to announce that he was successful and has now been promoted to 6th degree after a thorough and testing grading.

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Taekwon-Do Science: Sine Wave Motion #7

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Taekwon-Do Science: Sine Wave Motion #7

This is part 7 in the series explaining the scientific principles of sine wave motion. In this video GM Nardizzi describe the shape of the sine wave motion curve for 3 different examples: moving from Walking Stance to L-Stance 1) on the spot 2) while stepping and 3) while turning.

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Club Hoodies Available!

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Club Hoodies Available!

I am pleased to announce the addition of 2 styles of hoodie to the club clothing range.  The hoodies will be banded the same as the tracksuit tops with the TUK and the club logo's on the front and the big foot club logo on the back.

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Warwick-TKD Student of the Year Award 2017

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Warwick-TKD Student of the Year Award 2017

Miss Zoe Clark was awarded the student of the year award at Warwick-TKD on Friday evening at the Central Region Christmas party.  

The decision for the winner this year was a very difficult one with two particular candidates in a very deserving position to be awarded it for their phenomenal service to the club and association, however Zoe was chosen by all the instructional team after a long long debate narrowly winning out.  

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