My guest today is Mo, a two-time national collegiate sparring champion in taekwondo for Cornell University. He also operates a sparring-only taekwondo club.
In this episode, we explore how Mo structures training and promotions without using formal methods like poomsae (which are kata) and one-steps. Instead, he takes the extra curriculum space this affords him and builds his taekwondo into a robust striking program.
This episode is definitely of interest to traditional martial artists, but there's a lot here for modern martial artists as well. So if you're excited to listen, hit the subscribe button on your podcatcher now!
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Produced by Micah Peacock
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