Barry Robbins (Street Articles Author)
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Barry Robbins has been a student of Taekwondo for 15 years. He is currently a Kukkiwon certified 3rd Dan. For Barry, Taekwondo is a life long sport that he will continue to practice well into his years. His philosophy is to keep it fun and be consistent. You don't have to push yourself to the wall every time, you just need to keep doing it and making it enjoyable for yourself. Barry studies under the counsel of Master Robert Stevens, 7th Dan, and Master Tom Gonzalez, 4th Dan at the Denver Athletic Club.

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Training for Taekwondo In Almost Any Physical Condition
Taekwondo can be practiced by just about anyone in any sort of physical condition. When some people think of Taekwondo they think of doing fancy combo 540 kicks 10 feet in the air. But if this all Taekwondo were about, how would 80 year-olds still be practicing and enjoying the…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Exercise   Dec 12, 2011  
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Heavy Bag Punching Adds A Satisfying Kick to Taekwondo Regiment
As a student of Taewkondo we do a little of everything. We spar, we kick paddles and bags, we do forms. I feel like there is one thing all of these activities are lacking, the ability to REALLY teach you your own power. In steps heavy bag punching... When I…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Exercise   Dec 10, 2011  
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What it Means to Be A Black Belt In Taekwondo
Being a black belt in Taekwondo represents achieving a goal based on continuous work. Many of us do things in life that are on and off. For example, most people only get so far with diets. They may lose some weight but once they stop, they gain it right back..…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Exercise   Dec 10, 2011  
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Taekwondo for Life
"Taekwondo for Life". That's my motto. Why? Because Taekwondo isn't just a sport to me...it's a way of living. Every time I put on my belt I'm reminded of three lessons. First, the least experienced people are the most important people; second, it’s not about the rank, it’s about the…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Exercise   Dec 10, 2011  
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