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    Hey everyone!

    I'm interested in joining a Taekwondo class, but I'm a little bit unfit so I'm wondering if it'll be suitable for me. I've done Karate and Judo before, is it much different to those diciplines? I've always thought that it's a lot more areobic, but I'm not too sure where I got that from!

    Any info would be grately appreciated! Ta!
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    My sis did it, you get fitter as you go along.
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    Build your fitness up like you would normally... and do some strength and stretching exercises concerntrating on the legs.
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    It's good - not too physically demanding to start with but if you get a good instructor it shouldn't be long before your capable of tackling the more physical aspects. My instructor placed great emphasis on stretches and once I had been doing them daily for a month or two I was able to kick someone in the face who was 6ft 5/6.
 
 
 
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