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It all depends on what you want to achieve. Want to become a boxing champion? Go do boxing. Want to be TKD pro? Go practice TKD. If you just want to be able to fight off some bullies practice (almost) any martial art, most of them are good and bullies/hooligans normally do not have a rich background of martial arts. Also, it heavily depends on the ...


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I would need to see you in action to really give you a proper answer. Stretching helps, but if you're performing one or more techniques wrong, you may hurt your hips too. You may also have inflammation of the hips which is exacerbated by the exercises. My wife incidentally has this problem which is why I mention it. While you have the above things looked at ...


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First, it's normal to have hip soreness when beginning or restarting TKD. It's hard to say if you're causing yourself real injury, and as always I suggest you consult a physician if this is a real concern for you. Only you can really tell if the soreness/strain you're feeling is the normal soreness of training, or a sign of something serious. Monitor it ...



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