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While I am not a black belt in Taekwondo myself, I have spent many hours sitting before a group of students listening to my daughters recite the Tenets of Taekwondo at the start of each class.  At the ages of 6 and 8, I’m not sure they even understand the words they are saying, but I do know that over time these Tenets are slowly being engrained into them and are shaping their character.

There are five tenets of Taekwondo that all believe. These core values are the center of practice: Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control, and Indomitable Spirit.  Each has a special focus – a mission statement – to build students of Taekwondo.

Courtesy – Refers to showing courtesy to all others in the classroom and outside observing correct etiquette and manners.  Your behavior and attitude must include proper courtesy at all times.

Integrity – You not only determine what is right from wrong, but you stand up for what is ethically correct. You are honest and have strong moral principles and work hard to be beyond corruption.

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