Tae Kwon Do can be defined today as the integrated system of techniques of body movement, executed with maximum power, speed, accuracy, and balance, which enables the trainee to convert their entire potential ability into actual ability.
The meaning of the three Korean words used in naming Tae Kwon Do are:
Tae: The system of techniques involving striking, or kicking with the foot.
Kwon: The system of techniques involving striking, or hitting with the hand.
Do: The art of experiencing the ultimate being through physical and metaphysical enlightenment.
The practice of Tae Kwon Do will have a positive influence on the personality and moral character of the student. Through diligent training the student will ultimately reach the goal of attaining the highest of physical, intellectual and spiritual growth possible.
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