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How To Tie Your Belt
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List of Martial Art Styles
Taekwondo vs. Karate
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Advice for New TKD Parents
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Tournaments - Taekwondo
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Taekwondo Belt Test Forms

Listed below are the Taekwondo forms that you need to know for each belt (i.e. a yellow belt needs to know Taekwondo Form # 1 in order to become an orange belt). However, each school is different so check with your Master in order to confirm the form required for your next test. Click on the individual forms in order to see free written and online video instructions on how to perform these Taekwondo forms correctly.


* Also if you want to study at home, on the school bus or where you lack internet access, you should read one of these Taekwondo Forms books. My favorite Taekwondo form book is Taekwondo: The State of the Art. Great visual & written instructions regarding Taekwondo forms as well as lots of other useful stuff.