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Learn About Our Style of Martial Arts Training


Although people generally select a martial arts school for reasons other than the martial arts style taught at the school (e.g., reputation, location, character-development emphasis, family focus) it’s still good to have a general understanding of the styles of martial arts before beginning a search for the best school for you.


Our style of martial arts training is called Taekwondo.


To learn about Taekwondo in comparison to the other martial arts styles, you should read our free report, which provides an overview of all the main styles of martial arts. To access this report, just click on this link:



* Martial Arts Style Overview



In reading this report you’ll see that the style differences are primarily in the physical aspects of the art (e.g., more or less emphasis on kicking, punching and throwing).


We obviously believe that Taekwondo is the best of the martial arts relative to the physical aspects. But what makes U.S.Taekwondo School special is that our training goes far beyond the kick, the punch and the throw. We also place a strong emphasis on the personal development of our students.


While we are experts in teaching Taekwondo techniques, a large focus of our training is on developing the following personal attributes in our students: self confidence, focus, discipline, fitness, healthy weight and self-esteem.


The development of these personal attributes is inherent within all martial arts but, at U.S.Taekwondo School, we put a special emphasis on maximizing our student’s potential in all aspects of their life.


To learn more about the personal-development aspects of our training, please access our free reports:


* Help! My Child Needs More Confidence


* How Can I Get My Child To Focus


* Say Yes To Discipline


* Keys To A Healthy Weight For Your Child


* Human Potential: How Parents Can Maximize It In Their Child


* The Five Reasons Why Martial Arts Is the Best Fitness Program For Adults


* Martial Arts Style Overview

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