taekwondo-adultos

Publicado por: tkdrj | março 18, 2014

Aulão de TAEKWONDO com Mestre Renato Ribeiro


Aulão de TAEKWONDO com Mestre Renato Ribeiro

Aulão de TAEKWONDO com Mestre Renato Ribeiro

Publicado por: tkdrj | janeiro 22, 2014

Calendário 2014 – Competições e Eventos de Taekwondo


 

* clique no link para verificar os calendários de competições e eventos

 

Confederação Brasileira de Taekwondo : Calendário CBTKD 2014

 

Federação de Taekwondo do Rio de Janeiro : Calendário RJ 2014

 

Fontes : http://www.cbtkd.com.br, www.feftrj.com.br

Publicado por: tkdrj | novembro 28, 2013

Espírito do Taekwondo


Espirito_taekwondo

Publicado por: tkdrj | novembro 27, 2013

THE BLACK BELT : How long does it take to get to black belt?


Versão em Português, clique aqui

This is a topic, here in Brazil, which is always discussed by practitioners of various forms of martial arts and every martial art has its time and, particularly, I believe this time depends crucially on the dedication of each one.

How long does it take to get to black belt?

What time of graduation until I reach Black Belt?

This is a theme that we have already commented in another post in another way (also read this here) but that invariably is the subject of conversations between martial arts and few teachers speak of this matter directly.

How long does it take to get to black belt in Jiu-Jitsu?

How long it takes to reach Black Belt in judo?

How long does it take to get to black belt in Muay Thai?

How long does it take to get to black belt in Taekwondo?

Briefly, we can say that the minimum time for most martial arts, which I mentioned above, is 4 years to get the black belt.

In all the arts I mentioned above, I’ve seen lots of people taking more than 4 years, I have a friend who took over 10 years to get the black belt in judo, I have a friend who took seven years to get the black in Jiu-Jitsu and I have a student who is 15 years old and not yet picked up the black in Taekwondo.

So, how long it takes?

All martial arts mentioned, have one or more graduation exams per year to advance the next degree.

The graduation time to get to Black Belt will largely depend of the dedication of the student on art you chose, how you will adapt the techniques that are training and, especially, his Master must believe that you are ready to take the exam learning to the next degree.

I hope I have helped to clarify this issue.

Teacher ? I have another question? Which martial art is easier to graduate black belt?

A: I’ll answer in another post about it! (Another little question that always comes up …)

For reference and knowledge of undergraduate regulation in some martial arts:

Judo rules and graduation found here

In Jiu-Jistu rules found here

In Taekwondo rules fund here

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