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Taekwon-Do means a way of life.  Literally Taekwon-Do means "Tae" stands for kick or smash with a foot, "kwon" stands for punch or destroy with a hand or a fist, and "Do" means the art or way.  Combined, they all mean the techniques for unarmed combat for self-defense.  Spoken by General Choi, "Taekwon-Do definitely enables the weak to posses a fine weapon together with the confidence to defend him or herself and defeat the opponent as well.  Of course wrongly applied Taekwon-Do can be a lethal weapon.  Therefore, mental training must always be stressed to prevent the student from misusing it."

I believe Taekwon-Do should not be misused, misjudged, or misrepresented.  Taekwon-Do is defensive in nature and lethal in body.  Taekwon-Do must be understood both on a physical and mental level. For those of you who believe it is a dangerous sport, it is important to know that martial artists learn control through focusing the mind and learning self-control.  Emotions such as anger and fear are better controlled through martial arts. Many martial artists can find an inner peace through their training. In today’s hectic world, these particular benefits translate into one of the most effective stress management tools available. When training all the day to day troubles of the world seem to be forgotten. People come out refreshed, energized and ready to tackle any challenge.

Training in martial arts involves many steps and progressions. As one advances in a martial art, the feeling of accomplishment comes with added confidence. This is especially beneficial for children who lack self-confidence. An increase in self-confidence for for both children and adults will spill over in other areas of life. Other challenges in life, both physical and mental, will be met with much less fear.

An important benefit of martial arts training for parents to note is that children will generally become more disciplined from the unique formalities of martial arts classes. This is one benefit that is often lacking in other sports. Former ‘problem’ kids with bad attitudes could become well behaved and respectful as a result of taking martial arts a few times per week. Respect is something that martial arts instructors place great importance in during their classes.

Enjoy the journey of learning a martial art with 3DMAA. 

Dedicated to your success,

3DMAA Team - Students of Personal Development



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