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Taekwondo classes ongoing

By MST Sports | May. 09, 2013 at 12:01am
The 2013 MILO taekwondo summer classes continue to draw thousands of participants in various Philippine Taekwondo Association chapters and branches nationwide.

According to PTA, a member of the World Taekwondo Federation and the Philippine Olympic Committee and recognized by the Philippine Sports Commission, enrollment is still going on.

Enthusiastic taekwondo aspirants undergoing training


Interested parties may contact PTA at telephone nos. 522-0518, 522-0519 and 524-0457 or email: philippinetaekwondo@gmail.com/philtkd@gmail.com.

An Olympic sport and one of the most popular martial arts in the country, taekwondo helps practitioners develop a sound mind and a strong body.  It is regarded as the best exercise for physical conditioning, alertness and self-protection against all odds.

Experts agree that knowledge in unarmed defense is better than acquiring a deadly weapon.  Mastery and skills can be achieved through continuous training, determination and perseverance. A few months training in taekwondo will help improve one’s personality because the teachings in the summer sessions are practical but effective in developing one’s character.

The summer program is also supported by SMART Communications, MVP Sports Foundation, PLDT, TV5 and Meralco, major PTA sponsors.
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