Masks are optional.
Practicing at Adirondack Taekwondo in Clifton Park is about character development (self-confidence, concentration, self-discipline & respect), physical fitness, and self-defense through Taekwondo - not just punching and kicking.
People often think that practicing Taekwondo is about fighting or winning championships, but that's not what we emphasize at Adirondack Taekwondo. Instead, we focus on the personal development aspects of Taekwondo - no matter what our students age.
Almost half of the 6 million participants in martial arts are children ages 6-17, according to statistics from the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association. And it's common for the whole family to get involved, with adults making up about one-third of all students.
At Adirondack Taekwondo, fitness is a goal; strength, conditioning and flexibility is an added benefit. With our Taekwondo techniques and training drills every muscle group is defined. Your endurance, flexibility and stamina will peak as we help condition your body through our Taekwondo programs. All these physical benefits will be felt in your daily life, increasing your confidence and self-esteem.