Taekwondo

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Taekwondo has been shown to have several health benefits in addition to being a great fitness plan. It has been shown to reduce depression, improve blood circulation, regulate temperature and improve overall health of the body.

More and more people are taking up Taekwondo at West Houston ATA Martial Arts. The team of instructors assembled by Masters Chuck Sears and Lisa Rogers are trained with the proper techniques and practices of Taekwondo. As martial arts continues to flourish as a form of physical fitness, more and more people are coming into the West Houston ATA location to learn about Taekwondo.

Songham Taekwondo, in relation to physical fitness, is based on the design and structure of the human body. As a result, the various disciplines that are taught in this form of Taekwondo are primed to help develop a better core within the human body. At West Houston ATA Martial Arts, the initial focus is on ensuring that the muscles become more agile as well as durable to gear the body enough to be able to deal with the more demanding aspects of the discipline in the more advanced stages.

Co-ordination of speed as well as power is the primary focus of the West Houston ATA Songham Taekwondo program. In addition, Taekwondo also strengthens the key areas of the body such as arms, legs, hands and feet. All these are very important to a person’s health and fitness. Taekwondo trains these areas and makes them stronger and more resistant to pain and fatigue. Over a long period of time, the results start to show and the person can feel himself becoming fitter and stronger.

Taekwondo training is proven to help people become more disciplined and organized in his or her life. Taekwondo teaches many life skills, including the ability to be patient, to work hard towards goals, to wait for results and to keep growing as a person. All this becomes very useful for a person as he continues to practice Taekwondo. Most people will have substantially improved focus and discipline as the result of West Houston ATA’s Taekwondo training.