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T- trustworthy: first and foremost in today's world. With your child's mind, body and soul.
R- rigor and the high standards of excellence he sets and expects in the "Tae Kwon Do" discipline.
I- inspirational: which he/she is for both parents and students alike.
U- understanding he/she shows in the program, approach, kindness and manner.
M- masterful at his/her craft and passing those incredible skills and knowledge on to others.
P- persistence which he/she demonstrates and encourages in methods and as part of comprehensive program.
H- holistic approach to character building and instilling fundamental and lifelong attributes in all students, community and the world.
TRIUMPH TAE KWON DO GLOBAL EXCHANGE ACADEMY
WHAT TAEKWONDO CAN DO?
Enhance self-esteem by heightening your physical and mental powers.
Build confidence by encouraging you to succeed and to take control of your life.
Develop discipline by thoroughly training your body and mind in the tenets and techniques of Taekwondo.
Teach self-defense by training you to recognize situations in which physical self-defense may be necessary, and teaching you how to control such situations to your advantage.
Strengthen your mind and body through increased physical coordination and mental discipline.
THE FAMILY & TAEKWONDO
Respect, trust and open communication are the foundations of strong families. Taekwondo training promotes values such as honesty, courtesy, loyalty, and cooperation. Each is an essential component in maintaining a good family structure.
HOW YOUR CHILD CAN BENEFIT FROM TAEKWONDO?
Taekwondo is a total learning activity. Lessons are tailored to your child's age and skill level. Your child begins by practicing basic patterns and forms, board breaking, kicking, blocking, striking, and punching. These fundamental skills increase your child's physical coordination, flexibility, balance, and mental acumen.
Taekwondo develops your child's athletic abilities and self-awareness, and improves the child's capabilities in self-defense.
The role of the Taekwondo instructor in the modern era should encompasses three primary duties; 1) to teach and promote Taekwondo,
2) develop his students both physically and mentally,
3) to set the example of what a model citizen should be both inside and outside the dojang. Students seek Taekwondo training, at least initially, in order to satisfy a need to either learn a form of un-armed fighting or to satisfy a need to develop themselves physically and or spiritually.