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Once you reach blue belt, you have been training for a year or more, and you have laid the groundwork for more advanced training. You must now refine your techniques to develop maximum power. Board breaking as a power test is now a part of your testing procedure. Now you must begin to focus more on this aspect of your training.
Before advancing to red belt, you must build a good foundation of free sparring techniques and develop sufficient power in your techniques to be able to break boards with both a hand and a foot technique. As you add power to your techniques, you must also begin to develop control in free sparring to avoid injury. This is a good test of your self discipline! Modern taekwondo is an outgrowth of the Korean War.
General Choi, the father of modern taekwondo, taught martial arts to his elite 29th infantry division, and, following the war, set out to develop and promote a system of martial arts training. There were a number of different styles of martial arts in Korea at that time but, through his leadership, he was able to bring most of them together under the banner of Taekwondo. Taekwondo quickly became the national sport of Korea. Following the Korean War, Foreign soldiers who had been stationed in Korea took Taekwondo home with them and began its international development. Today, Taekwondo is practiced by millions worldwide and enjoys recognition as an Olympic Sport.
Hyun Sil is the third discipline pattern in the Choong Sil series. Hyun Sil means actualization or the development of a strong work ethic. To advance to Black Belt requires dedication, perseverance and hard work. As you refine your technique, many of the changes may seem small, but each one is important. The Hwa Rang, the flower of Korean manhood, were a group of elite young men who trained not only in martial arts, but also in painting, calligraphy and other arts during the Silla dynasty. Most of the future leaders of the country developed through the Hwa Rang. General Choi Hong Hi trained the elite 29th Infantry Division during the Korean War in special martial arts techniques. They became the equivalent of our Special Forces. Following the war, General Choi organized the various kwons (schools of martial arts) into a new system of martial arts known as taekwondo. General Choi later formed the International Taekwondo Federation (ITF), which exists today and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The ITF is one of the two primary international taekwondo federations. The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) was formed by and is still the official arm of the Korean government. It, too, is international in scope and has thousands of members worldwide. These organizations have undergone many changes in recent years but they represent the two principal types of Taekwondo practiced today. 2b1af7f3a8