Tae Yun Kim and Martial Arts for Women

Tae Yun Kim was born in South Korea. Tae Yun Kim has accomplished a high level of success by becoming the first woman to reach the level of Grand Master in Tae Kwon Do. In South Korea, girls were forbidden to learn martial arts. Tae Yun Kim, who persisted in her studies regardless of gender stereotypes, supports women, and encourages them to participate in martial arts.

Tae Yun Kim says martial arts have many benefits essential to women. All the different forms of martial arts include some aspect of physical fitness. Tae Kwon Do specifically gives women the ability to learn self-defense against any sort of attack. Tae Yun Kim says Tae Kwon Do provides women with the tools to protect themselves in a dangerous situation.

Tae Yun Kim also points out that martial arts help women build self- confidence. When women participate in Tae Kwon Do, it also gives them inner strength and makes them physically stronger. Martial arts help women achieve better posture, flexibility, and endurance.

Martial arts not only provide an improvement in physical abilities but also mental abilities. Martial arts employ a unique combination of confidence and strength. Martial arts like Tae Kwon Do helps relieve stress and improve awareness. They require your mind to focus on the task at hand. Tae Yun Kim notes Tae Kwon Do teaches women discipline and helps improve memory. Many Grandmasters such as Tae Yun Kim credit their mental sharpness to Tae Kwon Do.

Tae Yun Kim encourages women to take up some form of martial arts. It is beneficial to the body and mind. Martial arts like Tae Kwon Do will give women the ability to be physically stronger, sharpen their minds, and defend themselves in dangerous situations. Women will be able to better deal with the challenges life has to offer. Tae Yun Kim says the art of Tae Kwon Do offers women skills they can use in their everyday lives.


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