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Is Taekwondo in Crisis? (Part 3)

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MAW: I think that’s exactly congruent with what I’m describing, and I think with what I’ve seen not just inside of our industry, but also outside. If we’re only treating martial arts like a sport, if that’s all we’re doing and, for some, that’s their objective, then we should expect the outcomes that a sport would give them. If they play soccer, they’re going to get their footwork, yep, you bet, they’re going to get some cardiovascular help, yep, you bet, wonderful, but we offer so much more. Our thing, our art can be so much more for a person by sort of diminishing it down to, I’m not an

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