FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How fit do I need to be?

There is no level of fitness required to join Action Tae Kwon Do Adelaide. Our classes are beginner friendly and as everyone has very different levels of physical ability and overall flexibility, every student’s journey will be different. Chief Instructor Adam is highly experienced in getting the best from each and every one of his students, and in your own time and comfort.

Will I compete in competitions?

No! Competition based Martial Arts is a westernised un-authentic version of Martial Arts Training. Competition classes are based around the sport of martial arts which is totally different to the Art of Martial Arts. We teach traditional self-defence, not for the purpose of playing games. If you wish to compete in competitions there is no harm in that and we would encourage any form of healthy activity, however, do not be disappointed if you’re training does not meet your expectations in an actual self-defence situation.

What is Tae Kwon Do?

Tae Kwon Do is Korean and means hand and foot. It was developed over 2000 years ago in Korea and is a combination of hand techniques and foot techniques. Combining Blocks and Evasive maneuvers with swift counter-attacking kicks and various hand techniques.

How often should I train and how much does it cost?

The more you train the more you will improve, practice makes perfect as they say. However, everyone is different and we offer classes 4 nights a week with various payment options that will enable you to train for as little as $17.50 per week.

How long does it take to get my black belt?

This question gets asked a lot and is totally up to each individual. The earliest you could achieve a Black Belt would be within 3 years, and only if you are of the age 18 years and over.

We have no fully Qualified Black Belts Training at Action Tae Kwon Do Adelaide under the age of 18, however you can achieve Junior and Intermediate black belts under our Junior Programmes.

Many think getting a black belt is the pinnacle but once you get there, you will soon realise it is only the beginning.

How to tie your child’s belt?

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