This groundbreaking book teaches the Korean martial art Taekwondo to novices above the age of 40. Primarily written for Taekwondo trainers, Sekwondo (age-adapted Taekwondo) is also easily understood and useful for the student. Why should one embark on practicing Taekwondo in the second half of one?s life? The reason is simple: You may live longer and healthier. In contrast to many other types of sports, Taekwondo is unique in its dynamic nature. It embodies all the various elements of physical fitness, such as muscle strength and endurance, flexibility, agility, balance, coordination, motor speed, and cardio-respiratory function, but also helps one's mood. With very little material written and available about sensible and safe Taekwondo training for seniors, Sekwondo offers a fun, accessible, and effective exercise program, while introducing a fascinating and transformative discipline.