Kwon Do is a Korean martial art category which means,
"The way of ultimate reality through the study of the
hand and foot." Do means way, tae
means foot and kwon means hand. Of
the four styles of Tae Kwon Do, Chung Do Kwan is the most
hard, meaning one in which maximum speed is almost
always practiced in the techniques. Chung means
fist. Chung Do Kwan is the study of the
transition from an impending hard defense into the defense
of knowledge requisite to an open-hand answer in defense
whether that be a block or an attack. By
studying and practicing in the mode of maximum speed and
power, Chung Do Kwan Tae Kwon Do allows the greatest
development of self-defense since it embraces the most
expanded vision. This vision emanates from the
dedication of the mind in training to the absolute level of
answer to an attack. The element of what is termed
commitment in the techniques
studied and utilized in practice creates the awesome
presence of the Chung Do Kwan Tae Kwon Doist; since
each technique is accomplished with maximum speed, power,
strength, precision, balance and focus, the maximum
efficiency is thereby tapped, and aspiring to this maximum
limit of efficiency places the physical art form thus known at the hilt
of capability. Conceptually, therefore, the mind of
the practitioner seeks the absolute from the viewpoint
of target in the field where the field is conceived of
as the body of the one who imposes with an attack.
is with great honor to the heritage of self-defense as
cultivated in the religious discipline known as karate,
the reflection of the weaponless warrior, that I teach
herein of this Korean martial art form, Chung Do Kwan.
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World Tae Kwon Do Association.
influence as teacher and guide in this life cannot be
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Last modified: September 3, 2011