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Can i in kyokushin karate use techniques from another type of struggle, for example from taekwondo?
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Asked in Taekwondo
Where do the techniques of Tae Kwon Do come from?
Taekwondo is a Korean Martial Art whose techniques come from a variety of sources with the core curriculum being based on former native Korean combative methods of Subak and Tae Kkyeon. Although most of the modern techniques are of recent development, they are influenced by ancient origins, and the entire art is comprised of culture, philosophy, character development and warrior training that dates back to the 1st Century BC. The key influence on Taekwondo techniques was the tactic of using the legs as the primary weapon, followed by hand strikes, then throws & take-downs, and finally grappling and ground-fighting. Thus, the Korean Tae Kkyeon was the impetus for kicking, which was supplemented by the Japanese Judo which was transformed into Korean "yudo"; Aikido transformed into hapkido; and the hand strikes of Korean Subak, Chinese Tangsudo (Tang So Do), and Japanese Shotokan Karate-do were combined to make Taekwondo a complete and balanced system of self defense. Taekwondo had its curriculum of techniques and tactics initiated in 1944 with the opening of the Chung Do Kwan, the first official Korean school authorized during the Japanese occupation. The Korean Army training within the Oh Do Kwan (military off-shoot of the Chung Do Kwan), provided another source of influence. The art is still being refined and modified today. The modern establishment of the national Korean Martial Art of Taekwondo started with the naming of the newly unified system on April 11, 1955, and the official establishment of the Korea Taekwondo Association in 1961. With the creation of the Kukkiwon (World Taekwondo Headquarters), in Seoul, Korea, in 1972, Taekwondo's international curriculum, along with Black Belt and Instructor certification became standardized worldwide. It should be noted that over the first few decades of Taekwondo's development, several Kwans (family of schools) were created and branched out into organizations, which resulted both major federations, and independent schools that follow their own syllabus, and use a variety techniques, tactics, and strategies that differs in many ways from the origin of Korean Taekwondo, the KTA, and the Kukkiwon.
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Asked in Martial Arts
What does KTA stand for in martial arts?
It can represent many things. Karate Training Academy is one usage. Another is Korean Taekwondo Academy (an independent run school). It is most often used for the Korea Taekwondo Association, which was the first organized body that united the Kwans (affiliated schools) of Korean Martial Art in 1961 under the name of Taekwondo. It is currently headquartered in the Kukkiwon building (National Academy and World Taekwondo Headquarters) in Seoul, South Korea.
Asked in Karate
Is karate or Tae Kwon Do better?
The question of one art being better than another art is ALWAYS a matter of opinion based on individual likes, dislikes, and preferences. Both Karate and Taekwondo use a variety of strikes which derive power from scientific and natural forces through technique and skill. The ability to do either one well has little to do with differences in physical strength. The training itself is designed to improve your health, and increase your overall muscle tone and body strength. As to the successful application of one method or another in real-life self defense, it depends greatly on the level of skill and development of the practitioner, as well as the quality of instruction more than the art itself. Although there are similarities between these two systems. there are stark differences in key aspects. Some people are misled about the substance of Taekwondo by the fact that early Taekwondo forms practice (called "poomsae") were altered variations of the Japanese karate forms (called "kata"). Forms are merely training tools that assist the practitioner in training more thoroughly and efficiently when alone. The "concept" of forms practice did not exist in Korean Martial Art prior to the 19th century, therefore it was adopted for use by the Koreans who organized Taekwondo into a solidified curriculum. However, once it was realized that the nature of Taekwondo's techniques and tactics did not fit accurately in the design of Karate Kata, the entire system of Taekwondo forms were redesigned. The Palgwae system was created, and then the Taegeuk Poomsae replaced them as the official forms of Taekwondo. The idea of forms was borrowed from Karate, but only the basic concept remains as the core elements of Taekwondo are what are contained in the modern Korean Taekwondo Poomsae.
Asked in Taekwondo
What is the purpose of wearing a uniform for Tae Kwon Do?
The purpose of wearing a Taekwondo Uniform "Dobok", because it is loose and comfortable for kicks. One is that it would be hard to get high kicks if a Taekwondo practitioner is wearing trouser or Jean. Another is that it shows respect. The martial art's artistic philosophy of Dobok in Taekwondo is in Doeui (moral principal) of maintaining Dobok "Taekwondo Uniform" clean and improving one's mind and body.' White colour may promote serenity it is also a colour that shows off every dirt and grime stain that it comes into contact with. Except the belt, the trouser and the tunic are white.
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What struggles did anne fank have?
She had a lot of struggles. One of them was being jewish, at that time hitler hated jews and jews were to be sent to a concentration camp, that was like the biggest struggle for her, not only for her but the eight people living in that annex. Another struggle was the fact that she had to share her room with Fritz Pfeffer, they would fight as she would state in her diary. Another struggle would be with the Vaan Pels even with Peter.
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Asked in Taekwondo
What is American Tae Kwon Do United?
The ATU (American Taekwondo United) is a collection of mostly Korean Taekwondo Instructors throughout the United States, representing state chapters of ATU. These instructors run their own schools, and might still be actively involved with the Kukkiwon for credentials, or World Taekwondo Federation for competition and Olympics, but have also connected through the fairly recently developed ATU to support one another. The ATU President is Seung Hyung Lee. (See the related links below)