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LE TAEKWON-DO

Découvre le Taekwon-Do et son fondateur Général CHOI Hong Hi !

Regarde cesvidéos ! Toutes les parties du Taekwondo y sont présentées.

La première vidéo montre quelques techniques de Taekwon-do et la deuxième reprend des démonstrations et compétitions de toutes les facettes du Taekwon-Do.

En-bas des vidéos, tu pourras lire l'historique, la morale, la définition, la doctrine du Taekwon-Do.

Quelques reprises du guide moral écrit par le Général Choi Hong Hi reflétant notre philosophie :

Confucius :


"It is easy to pretend to be a know-all, but it is more difficult to be modest".

"Il est facile de prétendre d'être un " je sais tout " mais il est plus difficile d'être modeste ".

"Correct your mistake as soon as you have found it"

"Corrigez vos erreurs aussi vite que vous les avez trouvées"

Mencius :

" Do not blame your opponent for having defeated you; try to find the cause of your defeat."

"Ne blâmez pas votre opposant de vous avoir battu, essayez de trouver la cause de votre défaite. "

Différent :

"Sincerity moves heaven"

" La sincérité déplace le ciel "


La fédération Taekwon-Do ITF Belgium transmet l'enseignement du Taekwon-Do ITF.
Nous transmettons l'enseignement de ce sport acquis par la lecture de l'encyclopédie écrite par le Gén. Choi, par l'étude visuelle grâce au Légacy Cdrom et bien entendu, par la participation aux séminaires données par Gén Choi.
Nos connaissances prennent ainsi leurs sources directement auprès du Général Choi Hong Hi et de l'Aikidoet nous sommes fièrs de faire partie de cette famille étendue dans le monde entier.

Général Choi Hong Hi a donné l'accord à Barbara Siraut pour la création de la fédération le 01 juillet 2000 à Vienne.

Fondateur du Taekwon-Do
Général CHOI HONG HI (1918-2002), 9ème dan, a donné le nom Taekwon-Do le 11 avril 1955.


Définition du Taekwon-Do
Taekwon-Do …. Une manière de vivre.
Quelle est la signification exacte du Taekwon-Do ?
Taekwon-Do est une version de combat non-armé conçu dans un but d'autodéfense. C'est l'utilisation scientifique du corps pour une méthode d'Autodéfense. Taekwon-Do implique aussi une manière de penser et de vivre.
Traduit littérairement "TAE" signifie sauter, voler, casser ou donner un coup avec le pied. "KWON" décrit le poing, principalement donner un coup ou détruire avec la main ou le poing. "DO" signifie l'art ou le chemin, le droit chemin construit et pavé par les saints et les sages du passé. Ainsi, pris dans son intégralité "TAEKWON-DO" indique l'entraînement mental et les techniques du combat non-armé pour l'autodéfense, également positif pour la santé, entraînant l'application avec dextérité des coups de poings à main nue, des coups de pieds, d'esquives et d'interception avec les mains et les pieds pour une destruction rapide de l'(des) adversaire(s) en mouvement.

Serment Sunso

1. J'observerai les doctrines du Taekwon-Do.
2. Je respecterai l'instructeur et mes supérieurs.
3. Je ne ferai jamais un mauvais usage du Taekwon-Do.
4. Je serai un champion de la liberté et de la justice.
5. Je bâtirai un monde plus pacifique.

Les doctrines du Taekwon-Do Taekwon-Do Jungshin

L'étudiant de Taekwon-Do mettra toute sa volonté pour appliquer les doctrines :

Courtoisie Ye Ui

Etre poli les uns envers les autres à tous les niveaux.

Intégrité Yom Chi

Etre honnête vis-à-vis de soi-même et les autres. Faire la différence entre le bien et le mal et avoir la capacité de pouvoir se sentir honteux lors d'une mauvaise action.

PersévéranceIn Nae

Arriver au but que ce soit un grade supérieur ou une technique quelconque. Toutes les difficultés rencontrées pour arriver au but doivent être surpassées par la persévérance.

Maîtrise de soi Guk Gi

Perdre le contrôle de soi lors d'un combat avec un adversaire peut être très dangereux. Il faut garder la maîtrise de soi aussi bien dans le dojang qu'à l'extérieur, dans une situation de combat ou des événements personnels.

Esprit invincible (non influençable) Baekjul Boolgool

Un être courageux avec ses convictions fera face aux épreuves soumises par les autres.

Tous les textes proviennent de l'encyclopédie écrite par Gén. Choi Hong Hi.

Taekwon-Do . . . A way of life ( à traduire )
What exactly is the meaning of Taekwon-Do?

To put it simply Taekwon-Do is a version of unarmed combat designed for the purpose of self-defense.

It is more than just that, however. It is the scientific use of the body in the method of self-defense; a body that has gained the ultimate use of its facilities through intensive physical and mental training. It is a martial art that has no equal in either power or technique.

Though it is a martial art, its discipline, technique and mental training are the mortar for building a strong sense of justice, fortitude, humility and resolve. It is this mental conditioning that separates the true practitioner from the sensationalist, content with mastering only the fighting aspects of the art.

This is one of the reasons that Taekwon-Do is called an art of self-defense. It also implies a way of thinking and life, particularly in instilling a concept and spirit of strict self-imposed discipline and an ideal of noble moral rearmament. The nearest description of it is almost a cult.
Translated literally "Tae" stands for jumping or flying, to kick or smash with the foot. "Kwon" denotes the fist-chiefly to punch or destroy with the hand or fist. "Do" means an art or way - the right way built and paved by the saints and sages in the past.

Thus taken collectively "Taekwon-Do" indicates the mental training and the techniques of unarmed combat for self-defense as well as health, involving the skilled application of punches, kicks, blocks and dodges with bare hands and feet to the rapid destruction of the moving opponent or opponents.

Taekwon-Do definitely enables the weak to possess a fine weapon together with confidence to defend him or herself and defeat the opponent as well. Of course, wrongly applied, Taekwon-Do can be a lethal weapon. Therefore mental training must always be stressed to prevent the student from misusing it.

As for women folk, they will undoubtedly find Taekwon-Do an invaluable asset in tackling and driving away "wolves", so to speak. When one is informed of the many instances where frail women effectively protected themselves, they may sound unbelievable. But really, they have been able to do so because they are well versed in the art of self-defense.

The feats of Taekwon-Do are great in number. To mention a few is probably pertinent: for instance, flying over a mounted motorcycle or eleven persons in line to attack a target with the foot; breaking an inch thick pine board placed at a height of ten or eleven feet with the foot; breaking two pieces of red brick with an open hand or knife-hand; smashing seven or eight pieces of two inch thick pine board at a single blow with the fist; attacking two targets with the same foot in succession while flying and so on.

To the layman in the street, such feats may sound impossible, but to the serious students of Taekwon-Do and the exponents of this art, it is quite ordinary. Of course, by mastering this art it does not mean that you will be asked to do acts of impossibility for example if someone should challenge you to kill a wild bull with your bare hands. Therefore it is clear that an equivalent demonstration of such effective use of pure somatic force is not to be seen in other forms of physical combat technique.

Incessant training is essential to keep oneself in top form and physical condition. In training, all the muscles of the human body will be used. From the use of one's muscles, it will be possible to harness all available power generated by every muscular contraction. It will then be necessary to deliver such power to the human target especially to where the most vulnerable points or vital spots of one's opponent are located, in particular when the opponent is in motion. At this point it is necessary to remind the students of Taekwon-Do that this art of self-defense is specially designed for swift retaliation against the moving aggressor.

Most of the devastating maneuvers in Taekwon-Do are based specially on the initial impact of a blow plus the consequential additional force provided by the rebound of the opponent's moving part of the body. Similarly by using the attacker's force of momentum, the slightest push is all that is needed to upset his or her equilibrium and to topple him or her.

In the case of the students of Taekwon-Do who have been in constant practice or the experts themselves, they spend no time thinking; as such an action comes automatically to them. Their actions, in short, have become conditioned reflexes. Therefore repeated emphasis is placed on regular training, in order to master the techniques of attack and defense.

Hours spent on training will not be wasted; for surely you will reap a rich reward in the form of speedy reactions and deadly blows to rain down upon your enemy or in any case to save life if and when a need arises. Even if Taekwon-Do is practiced for the sake of exercise alone, the enjoyment derived will justify the time invested and spent. As an exercise, it is equally suitable for the old and young, male and female.


Taekwon-Do History

Although the origins of the martial arts are shrouded in mystery, we consider it an undeniable fact that from time immemorial there have been physical condtions involving the use of the hands and feet for purpose of self-protection.

If we ere to define these physical actions as "Taekwon- Do", any country might claim credit for inventing Taekwon-Do.There is, however, scant esemblance between Taekwon-Do, as it is practiced today, and the crude forms of unarmed combat developed in the past.

Modern Taekwon-Do differs greatly from other martial arts. In fact, no other artial art is so advanced with regard to the sophistication and effectiveness of its technique or the over-all physical fitness it imparts to its practitioners. echnically, 1955 signaled the beginning of Taekwon-Do as a formally recognized art in Korea.

During that year, a special board was formed which included leading master instructors, historians, and prominent leaders of society. A number of names for the new martial art were submitted. On the 11th of April, the board summoned by Gen. Choi Hong Hi, decided on the name of Taekwon-Do which had been submitted by him.

This single unified name of Taekwon-Do replaced the different and confusing terms; Dang Soo, Gong Soo, Taek Kyon, Kwon Bup, etc.

In 1959, Taekwon-Do spread beyond its national boundaries. The father of Taekwon-Do and nineteen of his top black belt holders toured the Far East. The tour was a major success, astounding all spectators with the excellence of the Taekwon-Do techniques.

Many of these black belt holders such as Nam Tae Hi, President of the Asia Taekwon-Do Federation; Colonel Ko Jae Chun, the 5th Chief of Taekwon-Do instructors in Vietnam; Colonel Baek Joon Gi, the 2nd Chief instructor in Vietnam; Brigadier Gen. Woo Jong Lim; Mr. Han Cha Kyo, the Head Instructor in Singapore and Mr. Cha Soo Young, presently an international instructor in Washington D.C. eventually went on to spread the art to the world.

In this year, Choi was elevated to two illustrious posts; President of his newly formed Korea Taekwon-Do Association and deputy commander of the 2nd Army in Tae Gu.

In 1965 Ambassador Choi, retired two star general, was appointed by the Government of the Republic of Korea to lead a goodwill mission to West Germany, Italy, Turkey, United-Arab Republic, Malaysia, and Singapore.

This trip is significant in that the Ambassador, for the first time in Korean history, declared Taekwon-Do as the national martial art of Korea.

This was the basis not only for establishing Taekwon-Do Associations in these countries but also the formation of the International Taekwon-Do Federation as it is known today.

In 1966, the dream of the sickly young student of calligraphy, who rose to Ambassador and the Association President of the most respected martial art in the world came true.

On the 22nd of March, the International Taekwon-Do Federation was formed with associations in Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, West Germany, the United States, Turkey, Italy, Arab Republic of Egypt and Korea.