List of Taekwondo Sparring Techniques with Instructions

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List of Taekwondo Sparring Techniques with Instructions - Section supported by Taekwondo books

Sparring is a key element of Taekwondo. Taekwondo sparring is used to teach students how to deal with a live and moving human opponent (versus a static kicking dummy) in a controlled environment with protective sparring gear (i.e. helmet and chest protector) and a referee.

Of course, if you need any help with these kicks (i.e. a better spinning hook kick), please visit the main Kicking Techniques page for detailed kicking tutorials.

Section supported by Taekwondo books

Attacks in Taekwondo Sparring - How To Score With Different Kicks

Counter Attacks in Taewondo Sparring

Combination Kicks in Taekwondo Sparring - Combination kicks in sparring can be used as feints/fakes with a finishing kick, multiple offensive kicks, etc.

Blocking Techniques in Taekwondo Sparring - There are many elements to Taekwondo sparring and many different views as to how it should be done. In defending one's self, there are several elements including avoidance, premonition (reading telegraphed punches and kicks) and blocking. If used in concert, one can use all of these elements to best effect.

Sparring Strategy & Tactics

References

  1. TaekwondoAnimals.com, Taekwondo Sparring Techniques & Tips, http://www.taekwondoanimals.com/taekwondo-sparring.asp, Added - 6/10/13


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