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How to make flexible body parts, especially the leg kicks to do better in Tae Kwon Do?

Recently I have continued my Tae Kwon Do, I blue with red stripe. But a little later I started TKD, I have 15 years and I know my body is not as flexible as the others TKD practitioner begins much more young. For daily stretching exercises, usually extends into the same kinds of TKD, but maybe there are other ways, especially since I've been in Indonesia and Indonesian TKD not as good as esp.Korea other countries. What daily exercise or do I stretch my body esp. very flexible legs in the shortest period of time, so my kick is better?

You have to be careful with this, but get someone else to stretch you as you relax the muscles. The more relaxed muscle is the most be able to stretch. The problem is that we tend to use the muscle when we stretch. Helping someone else to stretch only a little Moreover, while relaxing, will help accelerate the process. Once more careful. If so pulls a muscle to be reconfigured. If you are doing the lifting weight, I stopped. The higher your muscle mass to be less flexible. You build a lot of muscle stretching and exercise only within the class. Moreover, exercises should consist of motions that require a wide range of motion. Using weights and most exercise machines limit your range of motion. If you are ready, check out some books on kung fu. The movements are more fluid than tae kwon do and a great warm-up. Other arts also help with flexibility judo. Ask someone to put his arm in a bar every day for several weeks. The elbows will become much more flexible. Do not do all your stretching exercises at fixed times. Continue throughout the day. Spending five minutes four times daily is more effective than one twenty minute session. Make sure have a good diet rich in potassium (potatoes and Banana) and above all stay hydrated. Think of a green leaf of a tree in front of a dry soil. The one with the water is much more flexible. Finally, be aware of your posture in everyday routines. Bruce Lee said that right in the Tao of Jeet Kune Do when he talks about the use of everyday routines to increase our physical abilities. When you go to the store, park farther from the entrance of a few more steps can not hurt. If you are sitting watching television, How are you sitting? Are you sitting in a way that will help you stretch, or you are vegging on the couch? The only real way to get more flexible is to stretch. There is nothing else to do it better. If you are 15 years old, his body is in the prime time to increase flexibility for the coming years. I hope this be of some help.

Taekwondo is a martial arts approach, which gives little more physical struggle. It is a discipline that shows ways of increasing our spirit and life through training our body and mind. Today, it has become a worldwide sport that is proven international appeal, and is among one of the Olympic Games.

What is the meaning of Tae kwon do?

It comprises three distinct parts "Tae-Kwon-Do", however, is made of a single word in Korean. "Tae" means "foot", "step on" or "leg", "Kwon "means" struggle "or" fist "and" Do ", the" way "or" discipline ". If we put these three parts together, we can see a couple of critical ideas behind Taekwondo.

First, Taekwondo is the smart way to use "Tae" and "Kwon" which consists of his "fist" and "feet", or all parts of the body that represents the fists and feet.

Secondly, Taekwondo is a way to control a fighting situation so the outcome of the situation is peace. This idea comes from the meaning of Tae Kwon "to put fists under control". Thus Taekwondo means "the right way to use all parts of your body to stop fights and help create a peaceful world."

Taekwondo has developed along side the history of Korea and has been represented by several different labels throughout its history. In Korea, Taekwondo began as a defense martial art called "Taekkyon" or "Subak", and made as a way to challenge body and mind in the ancient kingdom of Koguryo, under the name "Sunbae. In the Shilla period, it had become the backbone of Hwarangdo that focuses on the production of the country's leaders. Today, Taekwondo is a sport South Korean national.

Taekwondo today is similar to the arts in other Asian countries and combines the concepts and ideas with them, because throughout its history has been incorporated many different styles that were in the surrounding countries such as Japan and China.

But Taekwondo is different from many oriental martial arts in the areas of partner. First, physically it is very dynamic with active movements that include a mirage of foot skills. Secondly, the physical movements are consistent with that of the mind and life as a whole.

Thirdly, it possesses dynamic poomsae (see poomsae in martial arts), from another perspective. Taekwondo can be characterized by unity: the unity of body, mind and life, and unity of the Poomsae and confrontation. When you participate in Taekwondo, you should leave mind and synchronize your mind with your movements, and spread this harmony to your life and society. This is how the principle of physical movements, the principle of the mind of training, and the principle of unity of life is over.

Taekwondo is an attitude toward life, like any other aspect of one's life as having a job, raising a family, or fighting for something you believe in. What sets these apart from Taekwondo is that it is an activity for survival in extremely life changing situations. You always have to defeat the enemy who is trying to harm you. But simply winning a fight is not enough to ensure their own safety, because the enemy can recover assault and try again. In addition, there may be many other enemies than the one just defeated. A person can never really feel safe unless that person gains a sense continuous peace. To determine this effect, permanent or lasting peace, all you need. This is the aim of Taekwondo. Otherwise Taekwondo would be no different from any other fighting skills.

The goal of Taekwondo is for mental and spiritual growth and improvements in one's life through its unique activities. This is the Why could say Taekwondo is a way of life. Ultimately, allow one to live a life more valuable, we do well by obtaining the guiding principles at the heart of Taekwondo.

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