Training is split by belt levels to enable students to learn according to their belt level and syllabus. Taekwondo training is about repetition to achieve body memory and mastery. Each week, there is a different focus to cover all aspects of Taekwondo training as well as make training interesting.
This is full contact sparring where students learn the importance of timing and judgement of distance in relation to offensive and defensive moves. Sparring sharpens and develops many fighting attributes while conditioning the body for sport combat fighting and self defence.
Each poom of the poomsae has been inherited through a long history of about 5,000 years, finally as a product of scientific technique formulated on the basis of the traditional national spirit and practical experiments. Sparring and self defence are practical applications of the poomsae and the Taekwondo spirit is manifested in the actions of poomsae. The process of mastering poomsae improves concentration, coordination, focus, memory and sharpens the mind as well as develops mental discipline.
Self Defence Focus
Students who learn self defence are more aware of potential dangers, improve reaction time, improve confidence and self control to avoid confrontation.
Board Breaking Focus
Board breaking helps promote mental toughness and improve techniques.
On Regular Training weeks, focus is on hand and kicking techniques, as well as Poomsae practice.