Campionatul Moldovei la Taekwon-Do ITF pentru deținătorii centurilor negre!

  În pregătirile și preselecția pentru al XIX-lea Campionat Mondial la Taekwon-Do ITF, care va avea loc în Bulgaria la sfârșitul lunii august a.c., în data de 20 iunie, la Chișinău, în incinta Complexului Sportiv al Asociației Surzilor din Republica Moldova (str. Alecsandri 1) se va desfășura Campionatul Republicii Moldova la Taekwon-Do ITF.


Campionatul va fi organizat de Clubul de Taekwon-Do “Stolas Leukas” - organizație sportivă care reprezintă oficial Federația Internațională de Taekwon-Do în Republica Moldova.

La această competiție vor participa doar deținătorii centurilor negre. Campionatul este deschis pentru toți sportivii deținători de centuri negre la stilurile ITF și GTF.

(Articol preluat de pe site-ul moldovacrestina.md, de unde puteți vedea invitația și fișa de participare) 


Invităm pe toți deținătorii centurilor negre să participe la acesta campionat! 
Tel. 069074588

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1 Comment:
  1. Jimmy 11 Aug, 2015

    I was originally inertested in fighting skills for its destructive potential and power. Later on I learned how the destructive power was connected to the healing aspects of Chinese internal medicine. After I started getting a grasp of one side of the equation, I started to see how it would benefit destructive abilities to learn things that would normally be seen as healing in nature such as medicine or human anatomy. But unlike doctors I wasn’t learning how to reslot a dislocated shoulder. I was learning the various ways to dislocate a shoulder, and as a consequence, I didn’t know how to put one back together again. Fortunately I never had to use this knowledge on another person, unlike what some people encountered in a South African training camp.After I felt reasonably comfortable with the destructive side, I started devoting more time to learning the healing side of the equation, using the same knowledge but for a different purpose.Arts such as Taiji Chuan and Chi gong really gave me several useful tools on this matter.One of the problems with having a high pain threshold is that the subjective notion of pain doesn’t exist. Or at least it is not accurate enough to tell what is or isn’t broken. Shaolin monks develop high painthreshold along with physical conditioning and flexibility, but if a person had a high pain threshold but wasn’t flexible and is easily injured, he can’t then use the sense of pain to detect how the healing process is going or even the severity of the injury. This is probably partially responsible for arthritis and joint damage amongst external martial artists. That level of physical conditioning has to reduce people’s sensitivity to pain, yet on the other hand the more they can handle, the more damage they do to themselves without 100% recovery.

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