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TAEKWON-DO martial arts
for young people & Adults

Taekwon-Do - Mehr als nur ein Kampfsport

Hoch treten, hoch zielen

Die koreanische Kampfkunst der Selbstverteidigung wurde 1955 von Choi Hong Hi, einem Offizier des südkoreanischen Militärs während des Koreakrieges, gegründet. Choi Hong Hi stieg auf und wurde General. Später wurde er als koreanischer Botschafter in Malaysia und Taiwan eingesetzt und verbreitete die Kunst des Taekwon-Do auf der ganzen Welt. Taekwon-Do ist der Nationalsport Koreas und hat weltweit mehr Praktizierende als jedes andere Kampfkunst- oder Selbstverteidigungssystem. Die Sportversion von Taekwon-Do ist seit 1988 eine olympisches Disziplin. Mehr zum ITF Taekwon-Do 

Taekwon-Do Training in Spreitenbach und Baden und ist von Taekwon-Do Schweiz angeboten

Taekwon-Do kick for self-defense. Fiesch martial arts training camp,
Jumping Spinning Reverse Turning Kick in Martial Arts

Benefits of Taekwon-Do training

  • Improves heart and lung health

  • Strengthens the immune system

  • Develops strong muscles, bones and good posture

  • Helps maintain a healthy weight and avoid being overweight or obese.

  • Reduces the risk of high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and type 2 diabetes.

  • Reduces stress and improves resilience


In addition to these advantages, there are the core values of politeness, integrity, resilience, self-control and an indomitable spirit - overall a powerful combination that increases concentration and therefore success at school, at work and in other activities. 

Taekwon-Do training is also ideal for

  • counteract the effects of long periods of sitting and studying

  • improve concentration and memory

  • to learn and master new skills

  • to increase self-confidence

  • Reduce stress and improve sleep

  • to make and maintain friendships

How much exercise should adults get?

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that adults aged 18 to 64 should perform at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity during the week, or at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity during the week, or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity .

For additional health benefits, adults should increase their moderate-intensity physical activity to 300 minutes per week or equivalent. Muscle-strengthening activities should be performed two or more days per week, involving major muscle groups.

Adults training in martial arts Taekown-Do sparring for self-defense and fitness.
Peter Regan Instructor 5th Dan Taekwon-Do Switzerland. Fitness, self-defense and martial arts trainer.
General Choi Hong Hi, founder of Taekwon-Do.
Taekwon-Do black belts do a breaking test with special techniques during the Budoshow Aargau.
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