03 December 2011

Totally Tae Kwon Do

Last month in Totally Tae Kwon Do we looked at the side break fall. This month's Totally Tae Kwon Do (Issue #34) my series on break falling continues. You can read my latest contribution on pages 49-52, in which I cover the front break fall, the back break fall, and the bridge break fall, with assistance from members of the Soo Shim Kwan dojang in Potchefstroom, South Africa. 

There is a particularly nice essay in this month's issue by Stuart Anslow (the editor of Totally Tae Kwon Do) on the Korean word Eui-Ri 의리, meaning fidelity, which is an important concept in Korea and the martial arts. It starts on p. 63. 

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