What are the best books about Taekwondo?

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    #1Taekwondo: Ancient Wisdom for the Modern Warrior

    Taekwondo: Ancient Wisdom for the Modern Warrior
    Taekwondo: Ancient Wisdom for the Modern Warrior by Doug Cook is an ingenious book on the contemporary practice of Taekwondo. This book tackles the different aspects that Taekwondo has to offer - technically, spiritually, and emotionally. 
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    Tiffany Murray
    Written on April 19, 2018
    " Taekwondo: Ancient Wisdom for the Modern Warrior is perfect for anyone that has even a litlle interest in Taekwondo it goes over every aspects of this art in detail after you read it you will walk away with a better understanding respect for Taekwondo"
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    #2From Creation to Unification

    From Creation to Unification
    From Creation to Unification: The Complete Histories Behind the Ch'ang Hon (ITF) Patterns by Stuart Anslow is a non-fiction book of the author himself regarding Korean's well-known figures.
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    Albert Simmons
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "This book is a pretty good non fiction book. Got it as a gift for someone just getting into martial arts. "
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    #3Teaching Martial Arts

    Teaching Martial Arts

    Teaching Martial Arts by Sang Kim is a classic book on combat and martial arts. This book offers the author's extensive knowledge of martial arts in a mix of classical and modern techniques.

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    Jorge Alberto Vásquez
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "As somebody who enjoys Taekwondo, I always enjoy reading books on the topic. With Teaching Martial Arts, I was able to read a book that helped put Taekwondo into perspective with the other martial arts. Because of this book, I now have a greater appreciation of how Taekwondo works relative to the other martial arts. "
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    #4Taekwondo Step Sparring

    Taekwondo Step Sparring
    Taekwondo Step Sparring by Sang Kim is another guidebook on basic martial arts and self-defense. This book is a provides detailed techniques best-suit for beginners and black belters.
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    Reyansh Kadam
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "This seems to be a solid book when it comes to this."
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    #5Taekwondo Self-defense: Taekwondo Hoshinsool

    Taekwondo Self-defense: Taekwondo Hoshinsool

    Taekwondo Self Defense: Taekwondo Hoshinsool by Sang Kim is a guidebook book on basic self-techniques accumulated from different perspectives of self-defense on Korean Taekwondo.

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    #6Taekwondo Black Belt Poomsae: Original Koryo and Koryo

    Taekwondo Black Belt Poomsae: Original Koryo and Koryo

    Tae Kwon Do Black Belt Poomsae: Original Koryo and Koryo by Richard Chun is specifically written for black belter taekwondo students. This book has a detailed information on learning Koryo.

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    Roger Ellis
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "This is solid. Richard Chun does a good job with teaching and you could learn a lot of detailed information."
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    #7Korean Karate: The Art of Tae Kwon Do

    Korean Karate: The Art of Tae Kwon Do

    Korean Karate: The Art of Tae Kwan Do by Robert Clark starts with a narration of the history of Taekwondo. This book also includes action photographs with texts as a way of explaining its execution.

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    Rocío Soriano
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "Great book for all interested in The Art of Tae Kwon Do. This book brings back great memories i had with my father. He taught me alot about Tae Kwon Do. The pictures and knowledgeable information from this book make it worth buying."
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    #8Tae Kwon Do: The Korean Martial Art

    Tae Kwon Do: The Korean Martial Art

    Tae Kwon Do: The Korean Martial Art by Richard Chun is a guidebook on self-defense and martial arts. It is an easy guide to starting as a trainee to acquiring a black belt throughout one's Taekwondo attempt.

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    Aarav Balasubramanium
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "I don't know if I'm ready but I feel like I'm ready to take on Jackie Chan bring it on boy. This book is really informational and has allowed me to feel as though I have been in a class 4 years."
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