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Taekwondo Strength Training Exercises

To excel at Taekwondo, you must not only improve your flexibility but also your Taekwondo strength. This page deals with exercises that can improve your overall Taekwondo strength - resulting in better breaks, harder kicks and stronger punches! Focus on doing many repetitions versus just one rep at the maximum weight. You want strength & endurance. These Taekwondo strength training exercises concentrate on your lower body, upper body & arms and core/abdominal area. Remember to first check with your doctor before starting any exercise program.

Also visit our Taekwondo Speed, Stamina & Conditioning, Body Weight Exercises, Warm-Up and Explosive Power pages for more martial arts strength training ideas.

  • For stronger & faster Taekwondo kicks, you need to work on areas such as your quads, hamstrings & calves. Here are number of exercises that can improve your kicking power.

 

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