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Taekwondo Olympic Training: Preparing for the Ultimate Taekwondo Goal

February 26, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 105

Competing in the Olympics is the ultimate goal for many aspiring Taekwondo athletes. It is the epitome of competitive Taekwondo fighting and requires serious skill, strength, stamina, agility and endurance. To gain all these attributes, a Taekwondo athlete or fighter will need to both have a serious amount of raw skill and talent and also train extremely hard. To meet such a goal an athlete needs a highly structured and target based training system. Standard routines will not make the cut for the increased skill and physical demands of Olympic competition. What is needed is a smart training tool which can set a personalized and incremental target based program for Taekwondo Olympic training.

There is new software specifically created with producing top level Taekwondo fighters. It is what can be known as Evolucion Sport Taekwondo, the first and only smart software specialized to create specific and efficient Taekwondo training plans.

Smart software means that the program not only devises training routines automatically based upon an athlete's attributes and targets but also allows active learning. What is meant by learning software is that you can try out a routine or program for hitting a certain target and improve the routine over time. This can be done by trial and error and looking at the statistical results of your training programs. If one program did not produce the intended result then it can be altered and the results statistically compared. This way trainers and coaches have a definitive and fact based way of knowing which methods get the best results for their fighters.

The training programs will evolve and become stronger and more effective over time. This is exactly the sort of tool that someone needs to compete at the top level of Taekwondo. It is a software tool which genuinely has the capability to undertake Taekwondo Olympic training to the next level. So what does it specifically take to become a world class Taekwondo athlete? The requirements are much similar to any top level competitive sport. The Taekwondo athlete needs to have exceptional physical fitness. This is becoming more important now than ever. The level of competitive athlete is increasing yearly as advances in training technology and nutrition are creating stronger competitors.

The path to Olympic competition is a long one, which requires progression through many levels and stages. A typical path would be for a fighter to progress from regional, to county/state level and then try out for the national team. Once part of the national team the training will be at its most intense, and competition will be immense. It is from the national team, that someone can be selected for Olympic competition. To get to this level, however, it takes a lot of highly structured and focused training. The quest to achieve national competitive status is a highly crowded one and so any edge you can gain will help. Try to gain any advantage you can, it could be to see a nutritionist, have extra gym sessions, or using Evolucion Sport Taekwondo at to professionalize your training programs.

Master of Science in Sports Training B.S. in Physical Education Black Belt 4th. Degree Kukkiwon National Taekwondo team member for 6 year

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