Sports Training in Denton, TX
Taekwondo America as a martial arts organization was set up in 1989 by its President, Mr. David Rogers, fourth degree black belt, as a way to structure taekwondo training. To date, Taekwondo America has trained 1000's of martial artists of all ages in North Texas and the surrounding area. The aim of Taekwondo America is to promote the benefits of martial arts as a way of life, a means of self-defense, and an avenue toward mental and physical fitness.
read moreSee the Denton Taekwondo Academy web site for class times & prices, and register for a free class! We have two sons, ages 13 & 11, that have been taking classes at Denton Taekwondo Academy since mid-August of 2006. Our oldest son has been diagnosed with a form of Cerebral Palsy, while our youngest son has been diagnosed with scoliosis and some related problems with his hips, legs, and feet. Although we had seen some minor improvements in our oldest son through 6 months of very expensive physical therapy, nothing compares to the improvement we have seen in both boys through taekwondo.
read moreSee the Denton Taekwondo Academy web site for class times & prices, and register for a free class! Thank you again for all the support you continue to give our son. We are very proud of him for staying with Taekwondo in the midst of his heavy academic and extra-curricular schedule. We know that the training he is receiving with you goes far beyond the physical. It has helped him to become more determined, focused and confident. It is training for life. Our taekwondo course offers a practical self-defense program for men, women, and teens.
read moreIf you have any more questions, please call 940-383-4445 during regular business hours and an instructor will be happy to answer them. Here you will find answers to common beginner's questions about taekwondo and Taekwondo America. What is the difference between taekwondo and karate? Taekwondo is a Korean art, while karate is a Japanese art. Taekwondo uses most of the same hand techniques as karate but emphasizes the kicks more. Taekwondo is well known for its flashy, high, aerial and/or spinning kicks.