Cho's Tae Kwon Do
Cho's TKD is an excellent Dojang and great place for both adults and kids, we even have whole families who paticapate in the programs. Ther is usually 20 to 30 students per class and one instructor with junior and or senior black belts. Our Grandmaster is a 9th degree, and a member of just about every tae kwon do and chung do kwan association on the eastern sea board. Our cheif instructor is a 5th degree and served with the Marine corps. The school itself has an average size training hall and all the needed facilities.
And as far as what is taught, as I said it's all aspects of tae kwon do. We of course focus on kicks, and mid-air, and flying kicks. Also, we, the lower and more advanced belts study basic weapons while the Black Belts use the shinai, boken, and staff. And of course we sparr.
Tests are reasonable, and take place every five to six weeks. While at the test you do your form, basic and advanced techniques, and be added are nunchauk forms.
The school particapates in two or three tournaments a year.
We have a Black belt club, which cosist of students who pay a long term fee to atain the black belt, however this not you pay, we give you a belt after five years, you actually have to be qualafied.
Over all the scholl is a fine place to study matial arts.
Why is this in the Combat Sports School section? Doesn't it belong in TKD?
good thing there's not more then one Cho's Tae Kwon Do in the country. This is a useless review.
There just so happens to be one Lake Hiwatha NJ, Pompton lakes NJ, Madison NJ, and Morristown NJ.
The forum is in Korean martial arts
By the way chill out with the trash talk
ha ha black belts that cry if there mom doesnt pick them up on time
Have you seen the scoring guidelines found here?
A score of 10 in Striking instruction explicitly indicates "Pressure-tested, full range striking and proven success in limited restriction, top level competitions" as well as instruction by "A-level competitors".
Bearing in mind that local/regional tournaments are not "top level" and that TKD rules are not "limited restriction" does this school have a successful record in qualifying competitions?
Also, which "A-level" competitors teach there?
Moved to Korean school forum.
Can you go into more detail as to why the school merits a 10?
is this a different cho's than the one that errant108 posted about? cause that one had a SICK 3rd dan black belt test, and looked like the best TKD i had ever seen.