Item description for Tae Kwon Do Basics, Techniques and Forms: The Indomitable Martial Art of Korea by Dong Keun Park & Allan Schein...
Straight from a martial arts grandmaster, this manual on tae kwon do gives comprehensive physical and mental guidance for belt levels from white through black. Detailed color photographs reveal the intricacies of each position, offering coverage of essential hand and foot techniques, blocks, and strikes. For competitors, there are complete listings of both Olympic rules and World Tae Kwon Do Federation sparring guidlines. In addition to the practical aspects, the book delves into the philosophy and history of tae kwon do, giving a closer look at the "art" of this martial art. By instilling discipline in students and providing inspiration for instructors, this definitive guide makes a fitting companion for practitioners of all levels.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 10.25" Weight: 1.7 lbs.
Release Date Dec 15, 2006
Publisher Invisible Cities Press Llc
ISBN 1931229465 ISBN13 9781931229463
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More About Dong Keun Park & Allan Schein
Dong Keun Park captained the Korean national tae kwon do team from 1959 to 1966, during which he was undefeated in more than 200 competitions. He also coached the 1992 U.S. Olympic team and the 1993 U.S. World Championship team and was inducted into the Tae Kwon Do Hall of Fame in 1999. He is a ninth-degree black belt grandmaster and teaches and lives in Jersey City, New Jersey. Allan Schein is a fifth-degree black belt and martial arts instructor who specializes in breaking techniques and women's self-defense. He lives in Salt Lake City.
Reviews - What do customers think about Tae Kwon Do Basics, Techniques and Forms: The Indomitable Martial Art of Korea?
Great book, great man, I love my dad... Jan 3, 2008
Tae Kwon Do Basics, Techniques and Forms: The Indomitable Martial Art of Korea
This book was a long time coming and I'm proud that our father's technique is being shared in this book. The hope is that many would be able to learn from this book and instill confidence, self-discipline and self-respect in those that choose to practice it.
Congratulations and Happy New Year!
Book for any TaeKwonDo student Dec 29, 2007
I really enjoyed learning from this book. There are so many Martial Arts books out these days, it's hard to find one that is really good. After looking at many books, I found that the author is the most qualified teacher in the TaeKwonDo world. Grandmaster Park is the best by far! Great Book!!!
Best Martial Art Book Ever Dec 28, 2007
I bought this book for my Grandson and he just loves it! He said it was the best Christmas Gift ever! He loved all the color photos and the description was so easy to understand I could follow it too! Can't wait until GrandMaster Park's next book comes out!!!
This Book is A Gold Medal Winner! Dec 24, 2007
This book co-authored by Taekwondo Hall of Famer GM Dong Keun Park offers much for both the beginning and advanced student. The photos and explanation of techniques are clear and crisp. Highly recommended!
Gerard Robbins, 3 Times National Taekwondo Champion Competitor / 2nd World Taekwondo Championships
Basic introduction Aug 24, 2007
This book is great if you want a basic reference for kicking and punching techniques, forms, sparring, etc. I was hoping for more of the theory and reasoning behind the art. In my opinion, it is best to clarify any questions of physical technique with a good teacher, rather than a book, so I try not to rely too heavily on the technical suggestions.