Professional Taekwon‐Do instructors are self‐employed owners of small businesses. They do not have the benefits of specialists employed by corporations. This includes common employment benefits, such as pension schemes. The ITF cannot create the infrastructure to do these things for professional instructors – it would be far too’ inefficient for a small international entity to develop efficient global structures. Instead, the ITF should arm instructors with the information they need to act themselves, and measure their success based on the actions of those instructors. Therefore, the ITF should educate its instructors financially – in budgeting, debt management, wealth protection, accumulation and decumulation.
Game theory and Taekwondo
People talk in terms like ‘tactics’ or ‘strategy’ every day. Most of the
time they mean different things using these terms. What all those who use these terms have in common is to express something successful.
“Martiality, Verticality, Mastery” Thesis for VII Dan by Matias Picallo , Spain In this thesis we want to delve into the concepts of Martiality, Verticality and Mastery, all of them related to each other while…
My hypotheses is “Does the moral guidance which is the backbone of
Taekwon do fill the space left as a result of the decline in participation in Christian religions?”
Through this study of the Yin & Yang principles it had stirred my curiosity into the why and how we can use these principles for our own inner spiritual, mental and physical development, not only for use in the Martial Arts but for all of what life and nature can throw at us. We as humans need to ‘Adapt’.
As GrandMaster Pablo Traijtenberg quoted during the ITF Convention 2017 in Benidorm (Spain), there are many hip injuries amongst Taekwon-Do practitioners all over the world, so I decided to write a thesis about this phenomenon and the possible solutions after research.
This resource comprise a thesis required for promotion to 4th Dan. The instructions for writing an essay or thesis for black belt promotion include that the writing should be of some use and interest to other Taekwon-Do practioners. Korean terminology is therefore the focus of this thesis. It is an area that needs strengthening in our Taeskwon-Do community.