Beginner Class

Practicing Taekwondo can be one of the most rewarding experiences. Sure you can train as a solo practitioner, but the real experience comes from class at your local Taekwondo school, or 도장 (pronounced do-jang). Learning Taekwondo with other students is a great way to learn, while at the same time developing a community and lifelong relationships. This post will go over your typical class schedule.

What can you expect in a Taekwondo class? The short answer is stretching, a lot of kicking drills, and sparring. Every Taekwondo class can typically be divided into three sections: The warm up, the practice, and the cool down. The warm up involves stretching, and a very light cardiovascular activity such as jogging or jumping jacks. The practice would involve kicking drills, Poomsae (forms) practice, and sparring sessions. Finally the cool down can involve breathing exercises and another round of stretching. Taekwondo practitioners should also expect to embrace the concept of respect. This means you are expected to show respect towards others, particularly towards your Instructor and Master. You will also be expected to show focus and discipline. This is often enforced through a strict but fair system of punishment. Finally, by the end of the class, you can expect to be exhausted, if not tired.

Training Schedule

19.00 - 21.00

08.00 - 10.00

16.00 - 18.00

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