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Attend our classes in London and learn ITF Taekwon-Do patterns
Patterns - A sequence of movements against an imaginary opponent
Patterns, or tuls in Korean, form an important aspect of training in Taekwon-Do. The majority of the patterns (except Yul-Gok, Ul-Ji and Tong-Il) start with a defensive move, which emphasizes Taekwon-Do's defensive nature. All of the patterns start and end at the same location. This ensures that the practitioners' stances are the correct length, width, and in the proper direction.
Preparing and learning the movements
At all our locations, we cover patterns for both colour belts and black belts. Patterns resemble combat but are also artistic. These can be performed with or without using a weapon but takes a lot of stretching, preparation and practice. We also attend many competitions throughout the year which are judged on the basis of energy, precision, speed and control. Students at Elite Taekwon-Do London frequently enter National and International Taekwon-Do competitions and are known to do very well.
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