Monday, December 28, 2009

Bas Rutten Street Defense

Former Tae Kwon Do Student and UFC Champion Bas Rutten. Use your Tae Kwon Do techinques in a street fight. Not all techniques in this video are used in Tae Kwon Do and some are violent.
But you must remember if you are attacked, you must win the battle at all costs.
If you can resolve the conflict without a fight great, but don't stand there and talk when you are getting attacked.
There are a few mature words used in this video.

Tae Kwon Do Champion Bren Foster

Bren Foster has been training in the martial arts since the age of 6 and currently holds a 5th dan Back Belt in Taekwondo, 1st dan Black Belt in Hapkido and 1st dan Black belt in Hwarang-do. Bren has also studies Thai Boxing, Brazilian Jiujitsu, freestyle wrestling and knife fighting. Bren has also competed successfully as a body builder by winning the Australian bodybuilding championships earlier in his career.

Bren has won over 150 first place medals and has competitively fought in over 200 matches ranging from Taekwondo, Kickboxing and full contact Karate.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Tae Kwon Do Fighting Compilation

A great compilation on Tae Kwon Do Knockouts.

Taekwondo From Brazil Quick Kick

What a quick kick knockout!

Taekwondo (WTF) vs TaekwonDo (ITF) - Beyond The Ring

Not A super great sparring scene, but worth a look at.



Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Keiji Ozaki - Taekwondo K1 Fighter

Keiji Ozaki "The Spinning Backfist King", JTA Taekwondo Champion, RISE Tournament Champion, K1 Max Fighter

Advanced Taekwondo Kicks & Punches

Advanced Taekwondo Kicks & Punches : Tae Kwon Do Technique of Fake Jab to Back ...

ITF Taekwondo Patterns: Choong-Moo Tul

Choong-Moo was the name given to the great Admiral Yi Soon-Sin of the Lee Dynasty. He was reputed to have invented the first armoured battleship (Kobukson) in 1592, which is said to be the precursor of the present day submarine. The reason why this pattern ends with a left hand attack is to symbolize his regrettable death, having no chance to show his unrestrained potentiality checked by the forced reservation of his loyalty to the king.

ITF Taekwondo Patterns: Yul-Gok Tul

Yul-Gok is the pseudonym of a great philosopher and scholar Yi I (1536-1584) nicknamed the 'Confucius of Korea'. The 38 movements of this pattern represent his birthplace on 38 degrees latitude and the diagram represents the word 'scholar'.

ITF Taekwondo Patterns: Saju Jirugi

Fundamental four directional punch pattern

ITF Taekwondo Patterns: Do-San Tul

Do-San is the pseudonym of the patriot Ahn Chang Ho (1876 - 1938). The 24 movements of this pattern represent Mr. Ahn's life which he devoted to furthering the education of Korea and it's independent movement.

ITF Taekwondo Patterns: Dan-Gun Tul

Dan-Gun is named after the Holy Dan-Gun, the legendary founder of Korea in the year 2333 B.C.

ITF Taekwondo Patterns: Chon-Ji Tul

Chon-Ji literally means 'Heaven and Earth'. In the Orient it is interpreted as the beginning of the world or the creation of human history, therefore it is the initial pattern performed by the beginner. It consists of two similar parts, one representing Heaven and the other representing the earth

ITF Taekwondo Patterns: Saju Makgi

Saju Makgi-Fundamental four directional block pattern.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Veteran's Day Tribute

Veteran’s Day Tribute

When America had an urgent need,
These brave ones raised a hand;
No hesitation held them back;
They were proud to take a stand.

They left their friends and family;
They gave up normal life;
To serve their country and their God,
They plowed into the strife.

They fought for freedom and for peace
On strange and foreign shores;
Some lost new friends; some lost their lives
In long and brutal wars.

Other veterans answered a call
To support the ones who fought;
Their country had requirements for
The essential skills they brought.

We salute each and every one of them,
The noble and the brave,
The ones still with us here today,
And those who rest in a grave.

So here’s to our country’s heroes;
They’re a cut above the rest;
Let’s give the honor that is due
To our country’s very best.

By Joanna F.

TKD Tae Kwon Do Compilation

Tae Kwon Do Compilation Video

Taekwondo Jump Reverse Hook Kick

Taekwondo kick and KO

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Thursday, October 8, 2009

TKD One-Step Knife Attack

Bring the wrist straight to the floor, side kick to the ribs. ... martial arts tkd taekwondo tae kwon do spin side kick ita ho-am one-steps mma karate knife attack

TaeKwonDo - 3rd Dan Test: Breaking Techniques

TaeKwonDo - 3rd Dan Test: Breaking Techniques

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

One Step Tae Kwon-Do Defense

Master Jun Lee performs all of the one step defense techniques in Tae Kwon-Do, World Tae Kwon-Do Federation Style

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Tae Kwon Do Sparring

Tae Kwon do Sparring-I would say a lesson in...Keep your guard up!

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Tae Kwon Do Multiple Self Defense Techniques

Tae Kwon Do Multiple Self Defense for attacks, grabs, breaks and locks.

Taekwondo Belt Self Defense

Great Taekwondo Belt Self Defense technique.A 4th Dan Black Belt test- self defense with use of a belt as a weapon for protection...

Tae Kwon Do & Karate Training

Bag training techniques,Tae Kwon Do & Karate Training

Self Defense Academy Tae Kwon Do

Ninth Degree Black Belt Grand Master Van Binh tells some of his story.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Taekwondo punch to the throat

two guys sparring, when blue punches red right onto his throat causing him to faint

Advanced Taekwondo Kicks & Punches : Advanced Tae Kwon Do

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Classic Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris Fight-Way Of The Dragon

Bruce Lee Vs Chuck Norris Hong Kong action film climactic fight to the death between martial arts legend Roman Colosseum Rome Chuck Norris plays a villain two Nunchakus return of the dragon Violent bloody kung-fu kung fu non-stop action film HK films great fighting punching Kick kicking punch directing debut fists and feet Bob Wall "Colt" CHINESE BOXING greatest fight scene ever Karate Bruce Lee Siu-Lung Way of the Dragon

The Speed Of Bruce Lee--Long Beach Demo

This is a part from the demonstration of Bruce Lee in Long Beach in the 1960's.

Bruce Lee's One-Inch Punch

Bruce Lee was trained in traditional Kung Fu Wing Chun. But was a student of All Martial Arts. He used elements from all arts and is the true father of MMA.

In 1959, James W. DeMile began his martial arts career in Seattle under the direction of the legendary Bruce Lee. As one of Bruce Lee's first generation students, Mr. DeMile had the opportunity of assisting Bruce in developing his unique fighting skills. It was also DeMile's privilege to appear in Bruce's only book, "The Philosophical Art of Self Defense".

Previous to training with Bruce Lee, DeMile was the "Duke" of the Capitol Hill gang in Seattle and an undefeated heavyweight boxer in the Air Force.

One of the foremost authorities on modern Wing Chun, DeMile has adapted Bruce's modification of the ancient art of Wing Chun and created WING CHUN DO, a practical self defense system. For the history and philosophy behind Wing Chun Do, see Way of Wing Chun.

DeMile has published many articles, appeared on TV and in the movies, written four best selling martial arts books, and produced a number of training videos, including "Bruce Lee's One and Three Inch Floating Punch", one of the most devastating strikes in the martial arts.

Twin Brick Speed Break : Tae Kwon-Do Knife Hand: MARK MILLER

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Thursday, September 3, 2009

TaeKwonDo BEST video

Andre Lima and other fighters competing in Olympic Taekwondo

Taekwondo Best Knockouts

Tae Kwon Do board break. Flying Side Kick

Monday, August 31, 2009

Taekwondo 900 degree kick

Tae Kwon Do-Board Breaks

How to Do a Butterfly Twist : Spinning for a Butterfly Kick

Caleb Labarda Bio: Calab Labarda is a 22-year-old Tae Kwon Do black belt.

Taekwondo How to do Spinning Whip Kick

Sang H. Kim teaches the taekwondo spinning whip kick, sometimes called the spinning hook kick.

Taekwondo Master Breaking Bottles - Kyukpa

A taekwondo master in Korea breaks the necks off 2 beer bottles with a knife hand strike.

Taekwondo Master breaks 500 boards in 5 minutes

Fundraiser: 5th degree Taekwondo black belt Master John Thorley breaks 500 boards in 5 minutes to raise $5000 for the United Way. Check out his latest fundraiser of Aug 25, 2008 submitted by Paragon1970: 10000 boards in 10 minutes. All proceeds again went to the United Way.

Tae Kwon Do master demonstrates his inner energy

Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do Demonstration

Tae Kwon Do-Flips and Board Breaks

Flips and Board Breaks

Taekwondo - fly kick

Tae Kwon Do Kick Demo

Taekwondo 540 kick

taekwondo korea national demonstraion team member 540 kick. best 540 kick i've ever seen

TKD vs Muay Thai

Park Yong Soo vs Kaoklai Kaennorsing TKD vs Muay Thai K1 pt2

Tae Kwon Do vs Muay Thai

Karate and Tae Kwon Do fighter, Angel Baez, age 14 from Evolution Martial Arts (red trunks) vs. Muay Thai fighter, Aron Set Heit, age 14 from Master John's Muay Thai (blue trunks) This was Angel's first Muay Thai rules fight. Slightly modified rules- No elbows, and no knees to the face. His opponent was 1-1-0 going into the fight. Both fighters had been training in their respective styles for about 1 year.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Chloe scorpion kick

Chloe Bruce teaching how to perform her well-known scorpion kick.

Scorpion Kick knockout

Girl vs Guy dojo fight from the movie "Purifiers" featuring Dominic Monaghan (Charlie from tv's 'Lost'!) She knocks him out with a scorpion kick to the face, awesome male vs female, man v woman fight

Tae Kwon Do-15 Second Knockout

TKD Knockouts

TaeKwonDo Video-Break

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Tournament Video 8

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Tournament Video 8

Tae Kwon Do Tournament Video 7

Tae Kwon Do Tournament Video 7

History of Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do was developed more than 2,000 years ago.

Tae Kyon is the ancient name for Tae Kwon Do.
The origin of tae kwon do in Korea can be traced back to this dynasty founded in 37 BC. Evidenced by mural paintings in royal tombs (Muyong-Chong and Kak Chu-Chong in the province of Manchuria). The tombs are believed to have been erected between 3 and 427 AD.
Silla was a dynasty founded some 20 years before Koguryo. In Kyong Ju, the ancient capital of Silla, there are two Buddist images inscribed on the Keum Kang Giant Tower facing each other in a tae kwon do stance.
This dynasty was founded in 918 AD. Here tae kwo do became popular among the common people. During this dynasty, tae kwon do (then called Su Bak Do) was practiced as a martial art as well as a sporting activity.
In 1790, King Jung Zo ordered Duk Moo Kee to comprise a book making a tae kwon do form to train the military personnel. This is the only form that is strictly Korean. All our forms derived from Japanese Karate. In the 1900's, Korea was occupied by Japan, temporarily restricting martial arts practice.
In April 1955, a special board was formed to organize and coordinate the many styles of Tae Kyon and to give it a name. Tae Kwon Do was chosen because they felt it best illustrated the spirit of the art and it sounded very similar to the original name Tae Kyon.
In 1966, General Choi formed the International Tae Kwon Do Federation.
In 1973, Korea established the World Tae Kwon Do Federation.
On May 25, 1973, the first World Tae Kwon Do Championships were held.

Tae Kwon Do Tournament Video 6

Tae Kwon Do Tournament Video

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Video 5

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Video 5

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Video 4

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Video 4

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Tournament Video 3

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Tournament Video 3

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Tournament Video 2

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Tournament Video 2

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Tournament Video 1

Tae Kwon Do Knockout Tournament Video 1