More About the Jhoon Rhee System of Tae Kwon Do

At Better Families, we teach the Jhoon Rhee system of Tae Kwon Do, introduced to America in the 1950’s. Jhoon Rhee is a legendary South Korean martial artist who has spread his groundbreaking martial arts philosophy both here and abroad ever since arriving to America, becoming one of the world’s most famous and influential martial artists.

Today Tae Kwon Do has evolved into not only the most effective method of weaponless self-defense, but an intricate art, an exciting sport, and effective method of maintaining physical fitness. Tremendous skill and control are required in Tae Kwon Do. While blocking, kicking and punching techniques all contribute to making Tae Kwon Do one of the most exciting and competitive sports, its challenge lies in the adept use of techniques without having actual body contact. Complete control over punching and kicking movements is paramount in stopping just centimeters short of the opponent. Through the coordination of control, balance and technique in the performance of hyungs (forms), Tae Kwon Do is regarded as a beautiful and highly skilled martial art. It is also one of the most all-around methods of physical fitness, since it utilizes every single muscle of the body and is considered the ultimate in unarmed self-defense.

Count on Better Families to bring you and your family the leading education venue in Miami Tae Kwon Do. We are recognized by Black Belts Schools of America as “among America’s top most prestigious martial arts schools”. In addition to enjoying this recognition by our peers, Better Families is most proud of our solid reputation within the community. Over the years we have blended the philosophy of the Korean Martial Arts to create a perfect harmony between Knowledge in the Mind, Honesty in the Heart, and Strength in the Body.

Contact Better Families today by calling 305-663-1882, and watch your child develop confidence, self-discipline, academic excellence, and the willpower to achieve any goal.

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