I had seen TKD Revision and actually had no idea what it was so I looked into it and found out what they were up to.
They describe themselves as,
“a small group of like minded Taekwon-Do instructors with the same desire to teach their students everything they possibly could. Not only about the physical techniques of our art but also to give their students an enhanced knowledge and deeper understanding of how their art developed.
The knowledge, experience and understanding of these instructors has been gathered, along with extensive supporting historical research, TKD Revision was born to give you, the fellow Taekwon-Do practitioner, an educated and deeper understanding of your Martial Art.”
TKD Revision offers ITF, rank specific information that goes deeper than just the one sentence meaning of your pattern. They also include detailed information your students need to know about grading, training tips and history.
You can literally use this information as the educational aspect of your belt testings.
Right now TKD Revision is offering a free download of their 10th Gup material. Go to their site, get the free download and you can decide if you would like to utilize this tool for your students and your school.
Click here for your FREE DOWNLOAD.
If you choose to utilize this information you can become an affiliate and earn commissions when your students make a purchase.
And in case you are wondering, I’m not making any money off of you checking them out. I have no incentive for you to do this.
I just want you to check it out and decide for yourself!
About the Author:
Mr. Karstadt is the founder of 1 TKD Consulting and owns the longest running ITF Taekwon-Do school in Arizona, Karstadt Taekwon-Do in Phoenix, AZ with his father Master David Karstadt. He has been training since 1984, earned his Black Belt at the age of 8 and is currently an internationally renown intstructor teaching the culture, discipline, leadership and business skills of Taekwon-Do in classes and seminars to Instructors around the world. He has been a member of eight U.S. Taekwon-Do Teams and has traveled to 14 different countries competing in Taekwon-Do. He has won numerous medals at the World Championships and in international competition, most notably winning the 2004 World Championships in South Korea with two gold medals and the Men’s Team All Around Trophy. Mr. Karstadt currently resides in uptown Phoenix, Arizona with his wife and three children. Mr. Karstadt can be contacted by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org