Tang Soo Do combines the techniques of Shotokan Karate, Subak, Korean hand-to-hand combat, and Kung Fu. There is a great deal of variation among Tang Soo Do schools, so training and techniques vary greatly depending on the school. Hand strikes include open-handed techniques, blocks and punches.
Similar to Muay Thai, knee and elbow strikes are also practiced. Kicking techniques include front kicks, hook kicks, round-house kicks and more. Forms, one-step sparring and sparring are all common methods of training. One of the goals of training is to develop mentally and to use all human senses; mental awareness is taught to all students.
Our goal here at NinjaPHD.com is to give you a complete list of the Tang soo do training centers near you so that you can choose the one perfectly fits your needs. If you are have any questions at all, or are having trouble locating a quality facility close to where you live, please don’t hesitate to contact us so we can help assist you.
Top Online Tang soo do Programs
|Tang Soo Do: A Visual Guide to Forms||Amazon||The forms all look crisp and it's easy to follow along step by step. Even if you know your forms well, this DVD is a must have as a refresher course|
|Tang Soo Do: Begining to Master Katas||Amazon||The performance of 24 Traditional Tang Soo Do katas for review, ranking, competition, or self-defense applications.|
Tang soo do Schools in New Hampshire
|Desorda's Martial Arts Academy||117a Gosling Rd.||Newingtonemail@example.com|
|East Kingston Dojo||117 Gosling Road||Newington||(603) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Great Bay Karate||83 Main Street||Dover||(603) 978-6022||GreatBayTSD@Comcast.net|
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