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WELCOME TO THE

NORTH WEST LONDON’S No. #1

TAEKWONDO CLUB


We are pleased to welcome you to the All-Action Taekwondo Club.



COVERING ALL OF NORTH WEST LONDON


Our students come from all over North West London including the following areas:

  • Kilburn
  • Maida Vale
  • Edgware Road
  • Baker Street
  • St Johns Wood
  • West Hampstead
  • Golders Green
  • Paddington
  • Queensway
  • Swiss Cottage
  • Willesden
  • Queen’s Park
  • Warwick Avenue
  • Ladbroke Grove
  • Westbourne Park

We have registered Instructors including a world bronze medalist and world championship coach who teach children and adults Olympic Martial Arts skills in a family, well supervised and fun environment or on a one to one basis. Our Instructors have attended recognized child protection courses run by the British Taekwondo Council Board and have been DBS (formerly CRB) checked. Our instructors are winners of numerous domestic & International competitions and have coached British & international champions including children and adults.

Taekwondo Children Training

OUR MOTTO:

THE MAGIC IS IN YOU.

We believe everyone has ability. It’s just a matter of tapping into it. We’ll teach you how.


Areas Covered

Instructors

Champions


WHAT IS TAEKWONDO?

Taekwondo originates from Korea. In Korean, tae (태, 跆) means “to strike or break with foot”; kwon (권, 拳) means “to strike or break with fist”; and do (도, 道) means “way”, “method”, or “path”. Thus, Taekwondo may be loosely translated as “the way of the hand and the foot.” Taekwondo is the world’s most widely practice martial art. It is an Olympic sport, an artistic discipline, a system of self-defense, and a way of life. Taekwondo is a fun and challenging activity, enjoyed by numerous people of all ages. Taekwondo helps improve fitness levels, balance, coordination and flexibility. For those not wanting to take part in combat, the moves involved in the sport can still be done as conditioning and strength-building exercises. The moves involved in Taekwondo often require your arms and legs to work together in unison, while using a number of different muscle groups at the same time. For example, upright kicking moves require flexibility in the legs, plus core and spinal strength. The strikes and evasive manoeuvres involved provide an effective form of self-defence training. It also lowers peoples risk of sustaining serious injury in other sports as Taekwondo teaches people how to fall in a safe manner.

Although it is an individual sport, Taekwondo is an excellent way to develop communication skills and learn to work effectively with other people as you train in groups. Taekwondo is good for the mind as well as the body. Specific rules ensure you will build self-confidence, self-discipline and respect for yourself and others. There are several ways to get involved in Taekwondo beyond the sparring sessions. Poomsae is a non-combat version whereby a Taekwondo instructor runs people through a sequence of moves and attacks.

  • Self confidence
  • Self defence
  • Self respect
  • Discipline
  • Fitness
  • Improved balance
  • Flexibility

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