Historic Taekwondo Academy Kicks out chemicals for green cleaning technology
See how World Taekwondo Academy incorporates safe, sustainable cleaning technology to protect their athletes and their Dojang
Taekwondo is a Korean martial art, characterized by its emphasis on head-height kicks, jumping spinning kicks, and fast kicking techniques with kicks and striking being above waist height only. But, ‘World Taekwondo Academy’ is about teaching much more than technique.
“Yes. I’ve been doing it like, since I was four”, says Grandmaster Eui Yong Lee. “My father was one of the first instructors that came to the United States to coach and teach Taekwondo. He came here in 1968 and opened the school up in 1969 and we’re still here.
Emphasizing courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control and indomitable will, World
Taekwondo Academy has produced thousands of champions, not just in sport but in life.
A 7degree blackbelt with 45-years of experience, Grandmaster Eui Yong Lee is a 3-time USA National Champion, National Team Coach from 1996 to present, and an Olympic coach in 2012 and in 2021. So, when he decided to bring in SAO (Stabilized Aqueous Ozone) to clean his Dojang, it had to be of the highest standard.
Under Grandmaster Lee, World Taekwondo Academy has grown to eight locations in the greater Twin Cities metropolitan area, still with a goal of producing champions in both sport and in life. Only now, toxic chemicals have been removed from the cleaning process, protecting the athletes and the staff while at the same time saving time
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