martial arts technique


When I was a white belt, one of the first things I learned was the front stance. I remember it like it was yesterday. Front knee bent. Back leg locked. Hips and shoulders square. I worked very diligently, because I wanted to have the perfect front stance. I figured that […]

The Perfect Front Stance


By Miranda Theriot             Sitting here reflecting upon my Tae Kwon Do journey, I wonder how I can sum up in to words my general feelings about martial arts. Now that my second degree test has finally confronted me, I have come to realize that all these years, Tae Kwon […]

The Lessons of Tae Kwon Do


We have all heard that familiar “snap” coming from a student’s dobalk, usually from the front row. True a nice snap is easier to achieve with a heavyweight uniform but can be detected with a lightweight dobalk as well. What causes this much desired “snap”? A technique with near perfect […]

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