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Do and Korean forms in use today. Through out these pages you can view
sample videos of the various form sets used in Tae Kwon Do and Tang Soo
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Forms or "Hyungs" in Korean,
are a series of defending and attacking movements performed against
imaginary opponents in a set pattern. Through the practice of forms,
students learn the application of various Tae Kwon Do techniques and
classical combinations. Forms serve a multi-dimensional purpose, aiding
in the development of coordination, balance, timing, breath control and
www.natkd.com/natkd_forms to see videos of the specific forms
practiced at North Austin Tae Kwon Do.
Forms are also called Poomse
or Tuls by various Tae Kwon Do Schools and organizations. There are
several sets of forms in use by Tae Kwon Do schools around the world,
the Chang Hon (Chon-ji) Forms, the Jhoon Rhee Martial Ballet, the Palgwe
Forms, the Pyong Ahn Forms, the Song Am Forms, and the Taeguek Forms.