Started in April 2007, the aim of the Traditional Taekwondo Techniques Blog was to document just one or two techniques as they were practiced within our weekly classes held in Perth, Western Australia. As such many posts have been written after or soon after each class, and were used as an opportunity to highlight issues that could not have been better covered due to time constraints within the class.
While the posts we have on our blog are of varying quality, Traditional Taekwondo Techniques Blog has since amassed a respectable amount of information on Taekwondo Techniques and other related martial arts content, and attracts a significant amount of online traffic worldwide. Such was one of my primary aims, to make Traditional Taekwondo 'accessible' to other practitioners and whoever else may be interested. The posts are there to be used as a reference point for discussion and sharing - so please be kind, many of the posts are written quickly and are not intended to present a complete study.
In addition to those initial weekly blog posts, the blog has hosted the Anti-bully Blogging Carnival on behalf of several international martial art bloggers and authors, and features an Australasian Taekwondo Magazine interview July 2008 'Man of Tradition' where Colin talks about his journey into Traditional Taekwondo. Colin has also written for Totally Taekwondo featuring Choi: The Beginning, a historical fiction series on the beginnings of Taekwondo, amongst other articles.
Through the year, to complement regular martial arts training, Colin organises workshops and seminars and invites cross-training with other stylists (see Smash with Your Foot).
Joong Do Kwan Tae Kwon Do Inc. and Colin Wee are proudly affiliated with American Karate and Taekwondo Orgnization, International Alliance of Martial Arts Schools, Molum Combat Arts Association, and The Study of Taekwondo 태권도의 공부 FaceBook Group.
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