Tae Kwon Do Tenets
The philosophy of Tae Kwon Do is based upon constant striving for excellence. The goal is to become an honorable person with perfect character and physical condition. To realize the ultimate benefits of Tae Kwon Do, one must practice it daily and commit to it for a lifetime. Though none of these goals are absolutely attainable, the key is in one’s endeavors.
In Taekwondo, we honor five fundamental tenets of living. These should serve as a guide to all serious students of the art, both inside and outside of class:
4. Self Control
5. Indomitable Spirit
Traditional Taekwondo is the foundation of Garr Taekwondo. Although we do enjoy the competitive aspect of the art, it would not exist without strong fundamentals as our bedrock. The basic program is where all other programs are built upon and flow from. You will develop balance, flexibility, speed, power, coordination, core strengthening, cardiovascular efficiency.
Additionally, you will learn basic blocking, punching, and kicking. Traditional forms and basic sparring. Students will be promoted via a belt system according to the curriculum for each belt level.