100 Taekwondo Sparring Scoring Techniques video


a huge selection of techniques to use in Olympic style sparring . . . ideal for black belts and instructor of Olympic style Taekwondo (WTF)
— Thomas O. Morrison

Have you ever wondered how top taekwondo fighters make scoring look so effortless? The answer is scoring strategy - knowing exactly which kick will score in which situation. Now, competitors of all skill levels can develop their own scoring strategy.

Master Sang H. Kim has analyzed years of competition footage to bring you the Top 100 Scoring Techniques used by elite level competitors around the world. Learn to use the roundhouse kick, back kick, double kick, whip kick, power punch, pushing kick, turn kick, axe kick, spinning whip kick, side kick and jumping back kick to score at will. Also, get inside tips on using combination attacks, in-fighting & distance strategies drawing, pushing kick set-ups & retreat counterattacking strategies to score.

Top 100 Taekwondo Scoring Techniques includes detailed instruction on how to score in competition with:

  • Roundhouse Kick

  • Back Kick

  • Double Kicks

  • Whipping Kick

  • Pushing Kick

  • Combination Techniques

  • Ax Kick

  • Turn Kick

  • Spin Whip Kick

  • Aero Back Kick

  • Side Kick

  • Set-ups

  • Feint Pushing Kick

Complete Taekwondo Sparring Volume 2 video


Counterattacking is the secret to defeating an aggressive attacker and taking control of the match. Learn to neutralize and counter the 50 most common attacks in taekwondo sparring.

You'll also learn the entire spectrum of taekwondo footwork and combination skills essential to success in competitive sparring. This video is especially helpful for improving your inside game and close range sparring skills. Includes examples of each technique being used in competition as well as full speed and slow motion instructional segments from both open and closed stance.

Complete Taekwondo Sparring Volume 1 video


A great training aid to improve attacking precision and power for instructors and coaches as well as students who want to train at home.

Just knowing how to kick isn't enough when you step in the ring. Understanding how to score is essential towinning in taekwondo competition. Complete Taekwondo Sparring Vol. 1 is your guide to popular and effective scoring attacks.


  • Front and rear leg roundhouse kick

  • Front leg speed axe kick

  • Rear leg power axe kick

  • Back kick, jumping back kick and 360 degree aero back kick

  • Jumping turning roundhouse kicks

  • Hopping kicks

  • Footwork/kick combinations

  • Set-ups and attacks

Includes examples of each technique being used in competition as well as full speed and slow motion instructional segments from both open and closed stance situations.


  • Single and double target drills

  • Reflex drills

  • 2:1 Target drills

  • Line drills

  • Combination target drills

  • Footwork/kick combination drills

  • Hogoo drills


Tae Kwon Do Step Sparring and Hand Skills video


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The Tae Kwon Do Step Sparring and Hand Skills video teaches 30 step sparring combinations plus the complete range of traditional taekwondo blocks, strikes and punches. Learn 30 new step sparring combinations that incorporate dozens of strikes, blocks, stances, kicks and footwork in realistic sparring and self-defense applications. Progressive techniques from white to black belt.

In Part 2, learn the complete system of traditional taekwondo hand skills from white through black belt. Includes single arm blocks, double arm blocks, knife hand blocks, block/strike combination techniques, punching, knife hand strikes, elbow strikes, and more.

Also available: Taekwondo Step Sparring book

Taekwondo Black Belt Poomse video


The Taekwondo Black Belt Poomse video contains the complete system of WTF style Black Belt Poomse for at home practice, testing and competition requirements from 1st through 7th degree black belt. Follow along in both front and side views as Sang H. Kim shares his personal training and performance tips to help you learn and master these important poomse.

Includes Koryo, Kumkang, Taebaek, Pyong Won, Sip Jin, Ji Tae, Cheon Kwon, Han Soo and Il Yo. The only Black Belt Poomse reference you will ever need! 

Along with the book “Complete Tae Kwon Do Poomsae”, will answer any questions you have on a particular form when practicing at home.
— Gary Slaughter

Taekwondo Taegeuk Poomse # 1-8 video


Essential home practice guide

The Taekwondo Taegeuk Poomse # 1-8 video contains the complete system of taegeuk poomse for at home practice, testing and competition requirements up to 1st degree black belt.

This has gotten me through more than one belt test. I use it to practice each new form as I learn it from my instructor and to review all of my lower belt forms for testing. The different views (front, side, rear, etc) make it easy to see the movements and Master Kim’s performance is top notch.
— Mark Quinn

Taekwondo Palgwe Poomse video


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The Taekwondo Palgwe Poomse video provides you with the performance standards for the 8 Taekwondo Palgwe Poomse for at-home practice, testing & competition plus a complete guide to the Korean and English names for the movements of each form.

Don’t hesitate. If you need a great reference for review or just learning this [video] is the one to own.
— D Verret

Taekwondo Aerokicks video


Developed by Korean demonstration teams for spectacular breaking shows, aero kicks are among the hardest kicks in the world to master. But if you are up for a challenge, Sang H. Kim can help you learn even the most difficult aerokicks.

This instructional video uses full speed, stop frame and slow motion footage to analyze and explain the finer points of aero kicks like the 540 degree jumping spinning whip kick, jumping split kicks, back flip kicks, and over a dozen ways to execute three, four and even five kicks in a single flying jump.

Aero kicks are the Ultimate Kicking Challenge - guaranteed crowd pleasers for board breaking in demonstrations and competitions.

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Taekwondo Training in Korea video


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1988 Olympic Gold Medalist and 5 time World Taekwondo Champion Kuk Hyun Chung takes you inside his dojang for an exclusive look at the drills and methods he uses to train Korean taekwondo champions.

In this dynamic training footage, Master Chung's students demonstrate a wide variety of elite level training methods for developing the very best sparring skills, including: moving, line and team target drills, partner hogu drills, conditioning, agility, speed and mobility training, sparring strategy and practice matches.

Although this is not an instructional video, Master Chung offers tips and training suggestions throughout. Get a revealing inside look at the daily training regimen that makes the Korean fighters the best in the world.

a cool sneak peak inside a great Korean TKD gym
— C. P.

Martial Arts of Korea video


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Korea has a rich and varied martial history dating back thousands of years. From the ancient arts of Kuk Kung (archery) and Ssireum (grappling) to modern combat sports like Taekwondo and Kyuk Too Ki, generations of warriors in Korea have practiced both armed and unarmed combat methods. Martial Arts of Korea introduces a dozen Korean arts through interviews, visits to dojangs and gyms, competition footage, demonstrations and historical background.

Each segment features top ranking masters in Korea who present a revealing look at the arts of Kuk Kung, Ssireum, Kumdo, Haedong Kumdo, Kyukpa, Taekkyon, Hapkido, Yudo, Kuk Sool, Taekwondo and Muye Eship Saban (armed and empty hand). Filmed on location in Korea.

A good review of Korea’s contribution to the martial arts heritage.
— Stuart Anderson