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Taekwondo is practiced by people in more than 200 countries, according to Korea.net, and continues to gain popularity in the United States. In addition to learning how to defend yourself, taekwondo strengthens your body, enhances agility and self-discipline and builds confidence. Yet despite these notable benefits -- and like other forms of exercise -- you must maintain proper hydration during taekwondo practices and promotions, so your body continues performing at peak levels. Here are some key reasons why hydration is so essential in this martial art.
5 Things About Self-Defense Law All Martial Artists Need to Know
Posted: August 17, 2018
As martial artists, we train in a discipline that is primarily concerned with bettering and protecting ourselves. We also understand that protecting ourselves doesn’t end in the studio. It is important for every martial artist to understand the legal consequences if they ever have to use their skills to defend themselves.
Are a martial artist’s hands deadly weapons?
We're going to do our part to debunk one of the most outlandish beliefs in martial arts lore. Since there is no government agency tasked with overseeing the registration of martial artists, we can quickly dispel this myth. Regardless of your training, any force that is capable of killing can be considered deadly force in the eyes of the law.