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Since Taekwondo makes an effort to provide the highest quality of the sport provision for children and adults alike, professionalism and creating a safe and enjoyable learning environment is of paramount importance. Thus, it more than important to have academic publications that report original empirical and theoretical work regarding Taekwondo sport. 

 

At the ETU Headquarters was well received one of these publications associated to Taekwondo and Child on a training level. An illustration edition consisted of 217 pages with photo gallery and essential material regarding organising a Taekwondo party by training with balloons, structuring balance static dynamics workouts motivating for children and more. The author of the relevant Book is Andreas Christidis and interested parties may obtain one by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Taekwondo coach Andreas Christidis was born in Xanthi, Greece and had many distinctions at his career as an athlete. The author got inspired through his loyalty to the sport and published the “Taekwondo & Child 230+ Games and Exercises – Development of Fundamental Motor Abilities For all Sports and Martial Arts Sports from the ages of 4 to 12 “.

 

 

In the book Andreas Christidis shares his knowledge, his experience and skills from his thirty-five years involvement in sports, so that even more children can get benefit by his written ideas exercises and instructions. Hence, coaches can use the particular book as an instruction guide for athletes during their childhood.

 

Moreover, numerous exercises are provided in detailed description in order to achieve the greatest results to the athletes’ trainings and performances additionally with the author’s advices that are comprised in the unit Today’s Child-Tomorrow’s Olympic Winner.

 

The development of Fundamental Motor Abilities by shaping personalities and defining behaviours is the major subject of the book and takes under consideration the importance of the games in the psychokinetic development of the child. This book is definitely useful for coaches, trainers, teachers and also students in Gymnastic Academies.

 

ETU warmly welcomes activities analogous to the development and promotion of Taekwondo sport and so individuals that may have related publications can send a hard copy to the ETU Headquarters as it will be our favourite to notify it around the European Taekwondo community.

 

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