Here are my personal reviews of the Taekwondo equipment that my
family & I use during our Taekwondo classes. Hopefully, these
reviews will help make Taekwondo even more enjoyable, cut down on
potential injuries, improve your Taekwondo techniques and/or
save you some money (since you don't have to buy things without
someone's opinion regarding a product's "Taekwondo
Mooto Forearm Protectors
- I upgraded to this better forearm protector in order to
cut down on the bruises associated with my old cloth
- This is my review of the
inexpensive & useful Flip video camera. I use it to
enhance my Taekwondo training
(i.e. so I can "see" my techniques on video & fix
any errors) and record my family's Taekwondo progress.
Brain-Pad Mouth Guard -
I upgraded to this well-regarded mouth guard after I
received a powerful kick to the jaw during sparring (while I
was using a cheap "starter" mouth guard). My jaw ached for a
week when I chewed. This premium guard helps to reduce
potential jaw injuries.
Canada - Interview with one of the co-owners of Mooto
Canada (an affiliate of the Korean martial arts equipment
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