This 8th Dan Black Belt Master from India has been wearing his Taekwondo Uniform for over 40 years, learning more as time passed.
Every uniform defines the abilities and capabilities of an athlete that competes in the Olympic Games, and this is especially true in martial arts, each of the disciplines present in the games wears their uniforms with joy, respect, and pride. But there is one that is more recent and became recognized in 1994: The Taekwondo …
Yes, the Taekwondo uniform is called Dobok and for beginners is completely white, so next time you see Taekwondo, you’ll know that their uniform is called Taekwondo Dobok.
As a new student wears a Taekwondo Dobok and begins training, he or she is requested to learn the Taekwondo Oath and the Taekwondo Tenets, each tenet represents each of the values in which Taekwondo is founded
It is no secret that when you wear Taekwondo uniform, you become part of an elite group of people that will be steeped in martial arts knowledge that has been taught from generation to generation, for many years. Now the question is, where did it all begin? Who were those ancient masters that started it …
Nicknamed “Big Girl” Amanda Bluford has worn her Taekwondo Dobok for an official competition back in 2011, at this time she has 16 registered fights out of which she has won 11 resulting in an impressive 68.8% average.