Altoona Academy of Tae Kwon-Do
 
Introduction

INTRODUCTION

The Altoona Academy of Tae Kwon-Do was founded in 1988 as a traditional Korean martial arts school.

TAE KWON-DO is the Korean art of self-defense. It was developed in 1946 by General Choi Hong Hi in what is now the Republic of South Korea. Tae Kwon-Do is the most popular form of Karate in the world and is currently being taught to 50 million students in over 70 countries.

Mission Statement

As lifelong students of martial arts, the instructors at the Altoona Academy of Tae Kwon-Do seek to provide the finest instruction in physical conditioning and self-defense in order to provide balance between mind and body, and to promote health and harmony their students.

Philosophy

It is the policy of the Altoona Academy of Tae Kwon-Do, inc., its owners, instructors, and agents to endorse Martial Arts for Defensive purposes only. Students are directed to use physical resistance if they feel threatened and only as a last resort. Unprovoked, careless, or deliberate acts of violence WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. This type of behavior will be dealt with in a swift fashion, up to and including dismissal from the program.

Tenets

The core of our philosophy is embodied in the 5 TENETS of TAE KWON-DO - not just as a guide to training, but as a way of life.

      • Courtesy
      • Integrity
      • Perseverance
      • Self-Control
      • Indomitable Spirit

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