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Martial Arts Supplies in Pakenham

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Ready to practise your kicks? It all starts with the proper gear! HEENAN TAEKWONDO – PAKENHAM DOJANG carries an impressive range of taekwondo gear to get you going. Whether you are a keen beginner or a fighter looking for WT-approved gear, contact us for great deals!

What Equipment do You Need?

To keep yourself safe from injury while learning and competing in taekwondo, you'll need a full body set of sparring equipment, which consists of the following:

  • Hogu (body protector)
  • Helmet
  • Shin pads
  • Arm pads
  • Mouth guard
  • Groin guard
  • Foot pads
  • Gloves

HEENAN TAEKWONDO - PAKENHAM DOJANG offers special discounts on all major brands of equipment. Contact us before your next lesson to get a price list.

Martial Arts Supplies Pakenham

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  • Taekwondo school
  • Martial arts classes
  • Taekwondo adults
  • Special needs martial arts programs
  • Martial arts supplies
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We Serve:
  • Pakenham
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  • Beaconsfield

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Belt Colours and Meanings

The 6 colours of taekwondo belts were not randomly selected and actually have very deep meanings. Let’s have a look at them below:

  • White – the first belt obtained, signifying innocence and a student’s first steps into the world of taekwondo
  • Yellow – the third belt obtained, signifying earth and the laying of taekwondo foundations
  • Green – the fifth belt obtained, signifying the growth of taekwondo skills
  • Blue – the seventh belt obtained, signifying that the student's skills are maturing
  • Red – the ninth belt and a warning to opponents to stay away
  • Black – the tenth belt, signifying the student's proficiency in teaching others who are ready to pursue taekwondo

The second, fourth, sixth and eighth belts are just the previous coloured belt with a stripe the colour of the following belt – a sort of midway point between the 2.

To learn more about the history behind the levels of taekwondo, please get in touch with us at HEENAN TAEKWONDO - PAKENHAM DOJANG!

A journey in colour

Martial Arts Supplies Beaconsfield

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