Park's Champions Taekwondo
A Place Where Champions Are Made!!!
Here, please find useful reference material for Park's Champions Taekwondo students.
- Belt requirements and meanings
- Forms (hyungs)
- School Rules
- Student Challenges
!!! Note to parents and friends !!!
For the safety of children in class, we kindly ask that these rules be observed:
- No talking
- No coaching
- Practice tying your child's belt
We understand it is necessary to talk, be on the phone, etc, but the conversation is not only distracting to the student, but it poses a danger because they may not hear safety instructions, such as an order to stop (or begin) sparring; or they may miss important instructional directives, particularly for tournament procedures. Therefore, please keep conversation quiet or take it outside of the dojang.
We also understand you may not approve of your child's behavior during class, and we appreciate your attempts to correct improper behavior, such as inattention, looking in the mirror, adjusting hair or uniforms, etc. But outside coaching sends mixed messages to children, and over time they will expect you to be there for their guidance. Taekwondo is not only about kicking and punching, but a way of life which includes building confidence and independence. To this end, we ask that while your child is in class, please allow Sabumnim to handle behaviors you may find inappropriate - no matter how inappropriate you may find them.
We finally ask that you spend time practicing with your child on tying their belts. All students regardless of age or rank, are expected to know how to tie their belts after their first promotion. It is especially inappropriate that black belts do not know how to tie their belts. This opportunity gives you and your child time at home to practice a simple act of respect.