No Limits!!!!! Brittle Bone Disease in TaeKwonDo

No Limits!!!!! Brittle Bone Disease in TaeKwonDo

​No Limits!!!!! Brittle Bone Disease in TaeKwonDo Podcast Mick Tully interviews Robbie Hirst one of the youngest and most determined martial artists you could ever meet who deals with broken bones on a daily basis and doesn’t let his condition stop him training Tae Kwon Do.  Listen to his inspirational story on Mick’s Martial Arts. Mick Tully talks with Robbie …

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Kristy turning kick

Bullying, Teenagers & Taekwondo (or Any Martial Arts) Training

My Taekwondo training is helping me parent my tween! It’s like taking a solid blow to the chest. That gut-wrenching feeling you get when someone is hurting your child. And not just once. But over and OVER again. The fact the one doing the hurting is ALSO another child matters little to the fury you feel inside and the overwhelming …

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Bare Soles Or Shoes?

Bare Foot or Bust?

Should the path to Black Belt be walked in bare feet?  The question of shoes for training from Taekwondo to any martial art… Martial Arts Makes Us Rule Followers ​My 10 year old son is a rule follower. This might sound like some kind of parental godsend but alas. What goes with this rule-following territory is a child who is: …

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Jhoon Rhee and Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee’s Taekwondo Friend Jhoon Rhee dies at 86

Grandmaster Jhoon Rhee(January 7, 1932 – April 30, 2018),  , the man known as the “father of American Taekwondo,” died on Monday 30th April after a long illness at a hospice care home in Arlington, Virginia, a suburb of the nation’s capital. Commonly known as Jhoon Rhee, he was a South Korean master of taekwondo mainly known for introducing this …

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