The New Trend in Town is Taekwondo
Beginning in 1945, shortly after the end of World War II, new martial arts schools were opened in Seoul.
NOW is a brand new trend, or personal defense and mostly because its training is perfect for sculpture body, especially legs and gluteus.
Many kids at school are fans of this discipline and this is important for their life training and education.
These schools were established by Korean martial artists with backgrounds in Japanese, Chinese and Korean martial arts.
Since 2000, Taekwondo has been one of only two Asian martial arts (with judo) that are included in the Olympic Games.
Taekwondo is characterized by its emphasis on head-height kicks, jumping and spinning kicks, and fast kicking techniques, speed is more important than size in terms of generating power.
The components of the Theory of Power include reaction force, concentration, equilibrium, breath control, mass and speed. The speed of execution of a technique in tae kwon do is deemed to be even more important than mass in terms of providing power.
Now in USA something big has begun, and it’s right in Miami. From Korea, to Mexico and now America, a true martial arts school has arrived in the state of Florida. The name of this school is Alcazar academy TaeKwonDo.
The Alcazar Academy is a martial arts school that is founded on the traditional Korean art of Taekwondo. The founder and sole leader of the academy is Master Jose Alcazar 6th Dan (6th Degree Blackbelt) who has currently been practicing Taekwondo for over 40 years.
Master Jo (most students refer to him this way), was taught Taekwondo as a young boy by the great Master Dai Won Moon, Taekwondo master and Korean national champion.
Master Moons Taekwondo style of Moo Duk Kwan has influence over the Taekwondo landscape in Mexico and thanks to Master Jo this same influence is now here in the great United States.
In this martial arts school all of your efforts are dedicated to the cultivation of ones self. There is a constant reminder from the Master and all Instructors to encourage ones inner self to become stronger. This mentality is transmitted to all students, parents, and community member alike; using taekwondo not only as a sport or martial art but as a channel to produce good attitudes and behaviors from any and all individuals that walk into the dojang (school).
It’s time to try to become a taekwondoka, isn’t it?