WTF – All Taekwondo Patterns
Salepage : WTF – All Taekwondo Patterns
Taekwondo originated in Korea in the mid-twentieth century. The style evolved from ancient Korean martial arts such as taekkyon and subak, but it was also influenced by Karate.
Patterns have been a key aspect of the Taekwondo syllabus since its inception. Patterns are known as Poomse in the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF). They are referred to as tul or forms in the International Taekwondo Federation (ITF), but they all relate to the same thing: a pre-determined series of motions against an imaginary adversary.
This website was intended for folks who regularly practice Taekwondo. I hope it aids you in your gradings and your goal to being a better martial artist.
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The most frequent Taekwondo patterns have several alternative pronunciations and spellings. Some organizations also have varied color schemes for their belts. Please keep this in mind while you navigate the site.