After attaining widespread popularity in the West over the past three decades, the Korean martial arts discipline Taekwondo has become as known for self-protection as it is for aerobic exercise. The home release Taekwondo Defense for Kids is grounded firmly in the belief that no age bracket is too young to master this discipline -- and that the practice is in fact particularly desirable for children, for those viewers will be most susceptible to external threats from predators and the like. The program teaches young viewers the rapid-fire kicks and punches associated with the sport, specifically as they apply to safety and self-protection. The video is not geared to impart full Taekwondo mastery, but more useful in helping to teach kids a few simple, basic moves that will make them less vulnerable on the streets. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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This video is junk. Very low production value demonstrations of a handful of self-defense moves in the first half follwed by a second half of a vetrinarian holding a dog and talking to the camera about how to treat dogs. Very odd. There was no Tawkwondo in the supposed Taekwondo video.