Tae Kwon Do Kyorugi: Olympic Style Sparring (英語) ペーパーバック – 1999/4/1
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Taekwondo Kyorugi is the authority on taekwondo sparring. Written by Korean Olympic Gold Medalist Kuk Hyun Chung, WTF Deputy-Secretary General Kyung Myung Lee and Renowned Martial Arts Author Sang H. Kim, it is a direct translation of the original Korean text. Learn 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, official Olympic rules, scientific analysis of scoring, & more! 120 photos
Kuk Hyun Chung, considered by many to be the greatest taekwondo competitor ever, won the Gold Medal in Taekwondo in the 1988 Summer Olympic Games. He is listed in the Guiness Book of Sports Records as winning the most World Championship titles (1987, 1985, 1983, 1982) by a single person and is undefeated in International Competition. He also won the Athlete's Award in 1984 and 1983 for outstanding performance in competition. He is a graduate of the Korean National College of Physical Education. His latest achievement is the leading role in the 1994 action movie Taekwon Fighter.
Sang H. Kim is an internationally respected author of 8 martial arts books, including the best sellers Ultimate Fitness through Martial Arts and Teaching: the Way of the Master, and star of over 50 martial arts instructional videos. He won the 1976 Korean National Champion and was named Instructor of the Year in Korea in 1983. He holds an M.S. degree in physical education and Ph.D. in media studies. He currently devotes his time to teaching, writing and presenting martial arts seminars for students and instructors.
Kyung Myung Lee was the Deputy Secretary General of the World Taekwondo Federation, headquarters of taekwondo in Seoul, South Korea until his retirement in 1999. He is a 9th degree black belt and author of 5 martial arts books in German, Korean, and Polish. He was the 1988 Olympic coach for the Austrian Olympic Taekwondo Team and chairman of the Technical Committee of the European Taekwondo Association. He is a graduate of Yonsei University in Korea.
Some chapters like meditation or something interesting like Kyorugi without fear are just a couple of paragraphs. I wish they could have been larger or better elaborated.
Apart from that the content is really good. It's worth it.
A great book for creating your own set of training drills.