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    Learn the techniques behind a punch, kick, block and dodge. This Tae Kwon Do class combines mental training with unarmed combat for the ultimate martial arts experience. Original Taekwon-Do stresses the conjunction of body, mind and spirit, while offering confidence, discipline and intense physical conditioning. Get ready for the ultimate mind and body workout!
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    505 Ovington Ave, Brooklyn

    • Work on techniques appropriate to your level
    • Improve stamina, strength, and flexibility
    • All experience levels welcome
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    Intro Tae Kwon Do

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    The five tenets of Tae Kwon Do include courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, and indomitable spirit. Tae Kwon Do gives a power of self-defense far more frightening than the mere shattering of boards. In fact, the art was developed to discourage violence. But Tae Kwon Do brings a physical well being and discipline, which trims, shapes, and conditions the body. In this introductory class, you'll learn the fundamentals of this martial art, as you bring a fluidity to motion, a grace to movement, and physical harmony through high kicks and fast hands, to disarm and take down any opponent. Meet any challenge with calm and success and bring yourself to this disciplined way of life.
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    Intro Tae Kwon Do

    297 3rd Ave. , New York

    • Learn the fundamental movements and skills of Tae Kwon Do, such as high kicks and fast hands
    • Practice high-energy combat techniques to improve self-defense skills
    • Enjoy an intense workout that will trim, shape, and condition the mind and body
    • No experience necessary
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