Why Should My Child Learn a Martial Art?

Benefit Number 1: Your Child will be More Active If you want your child to be more active, then martial arts is a good choice. Australia, like many modern societies, is moving (if not already there) towards an obese nation. According to AMA President, Dr Michael Gannon, obesity is the biggest public health challenge facing the Australian population. Australian children are becoming increasingly unfit as well as being overweight. Competitive sports are excellent for getting your child active, but not every child is an athlete and competition may undermine some children’s self-esteem. The International Taekwon-Do Federation South East Queensland (ITF SEQ) offers an environment that is non-comp

What Will I Learn?

What to Look for in a Good Martial Art School - Part 7 - Structured Written Curriculum Seventh in a series to help you determine which martial art school is right for you or your child. Today's blog post provides another item to consider when selecting a martial art school to join. Please contact us at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date on ITF SEQ activities and events. Is there a well structured written curriculum for each grade from which students are taught? All reputable martial art schools will have a set standard for each belt grade and an expectation that each student will be proficient before promotion to the next level. The question to

Who Does My Testing?

What to Look for in a Good Martial Art School - Part 6 - Who Conducts the Gradings Sixth in a series to help you determine which martial art school is right for you or your child. Today's blog post provides another question to ask when you meet the instructor. Please contact me at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date on ITF SEQ activities and events. Who Conducts the Grading or Examination of the Students for their Belt Promotions? This is an important question as it will give you a good insight into how the school you're considering joining operates. Some martial art schools will only conduct internal gradings, which means the instructor who taug

Taekwon-Do Tuesday - November 2016

Welcome to our November 2016 collection of Taekwon-Do Tuesdays, which were published on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Please contact us at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date on ITF SEQ activities and events. Our Taekwon-Do Tuesday posts for November 2016 featured a little Taekwon-Do terminology and an explanation of what the shoulder flashes mean on some black belt uniforms. If you liked this blog, you may like these as well: Taekwon-Do Tuesday - July 2016 Taekwon-Do Tuesday - August 2016

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