Benefits of Martial Arts Training

Research shows that people in their 40's and 50's who regularly practice martial arts demonstrate astounding levels of physical fitness in comparison to people the same age who don't exercise at all. Subjects who practiced martial arts had around 12% less body fat, were able to do twice as many sit-ups, greater flexibility and leg strength, greatly improved balance and shown a stronger immune system. The benefits of martial arts are not limited to just adults, practitioners of all ages can realize the rewards offered.

Choosing The Right Martial Arts School

Choosing the correct martial arts school is an important decision for both you and/or your child, this will determine the environment in which you will train and grow. Deciding where to training is not complicated, once you have decided what you wish to get back from your training.

A Brief History of Martial Arts

Worldwide there is a great diversity of martial arts. Broadly speaking, martial arts share a common goal: to defeat a person physically or to defend oneself from physical threat. Within most martial arts there is a deep sense of spirituality. Every style has a different "feeling" that helps embody the martial art.

Each martial art has its own history and goals

History of Tang Soo Do

The exact origin of Tang Soo Do, as well as any martial art in general, is obscure, although there are a number of historical theories. However, the most credible and traditional view is that martial arts originated not in any one country but in almost all parts of the globe, as they were needed by primitive people