Books for Taekwondo Students
Here is our selection of the best books focused on Taekwondo. These are our favorite Taekwondo books on Amazon and cover Taekwondo techniques, forms & patterns, philosophy and much more. All of these Taekwondo books have at least 4 stars on Amazon. We have also added popular Taekwondo DVDs & products. For other popular martial arts books (i.e. Krav Maga or BJJ), please visit the main Martial Arts Books section.
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Popular & Highly-Rated Taekwondo Books - Our favorites!
- A Killing Art: The Untold History of Tae Kwon Do - This book looks at "the origin of the most popular martial art" and follows Choi (considered by many as the founder of Taekwondo) "from the 1938 poker game where he fought for his life, through high-class geisha houses where the art was named, and into the Vietnam War where the martial art evolved into a killing art".
- Competitive Taekwondo - This book provides information on Taekwondo sparring techniques, tactics and conditioning programs.
- The Complete Book Of Taekwon Do Forms - This Taekwondo book focuses on the Taegeuk, Palgwae and Black Belt forms used in WTF Taekwondo.
- Complete Taekwondo Poomsae: The Official Taegeuk, Palgwae and Black Belt Forms of Taekwondo
- The Encyclopedia of Taekwon-Do Patterns - This excellent Taekwondo book is focused on ITF patterns.
- Modern Taekwondo: The Official Training Manual - This Taekwondo book examines Taekwondo's history, philosophy, breaking, sparring and much more.
- This Is Taekwon-Do, Book + DVD-ROM, ITF Colourbelt Syllabus with First Grand Master Rhee Ki Ha - Book & DVD set focused on ITF Taekwondo.
- Taekwondo: Ancient Wisdom for the Modern Warrior
- Taekwondo: A Path to Excellence
- Taekwondo Kyorugi: Olympic Style Sparring - This Taekwondo book focuses on the "skills, drills, strategies and methods used by Korean coaches and competitors for years. Footwork, kicks, hand target drills, heavy bag workouts, coaching, combinations, strategy, professional training, opponent analysis, conditioning, weight control, competition tips" & more.
- Taekwondo: State of the Art - An outstanding book focused on Taekwondo with illustrated instructions for WTF forms.
- Tae Kwon Do: The Indomitable Martial Art of Korea
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