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2017 Ridgewood Taekwondo Athletes Garden State Championships

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November 22,2017

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Ridgewood NJ, Twenty Three Ridgewood Taekwondo athletes faced a major challenge at the Garden State Championships, which drew over 300 competitors from the tri-state area on November 5.  The results were stellar: 30 Gold, 11 Silver, and 5 Bronze.

Taekwondo All In, an instructional school for the Korean martial art, continues to establish itself as a premier school for the sport.  The school received the “Best School” designation at the New Jersey Tournament several years running. 

Youngmin Kim, a Taekwondo master and head instructor noted, “We have an amazing group of kids at Taekwondo All In.  Their dedication and hard work is truly inspirational.  Our goal at the school is to teach our students not only the martial art, but life lessons on grit, focus and hard work, which will benefit them in all aspects of their lives.”

The students and their medals earned are as follows:

  • Jenna Slota, Kate Minn, Ryan Kam, Kaylin Lee, Tony An, Audrey Kim, Sunghyun Kim, Timothy Lee, Lianne Shin, Emily Kam earned Two Gold Medals
  • Lucas Woods, Liam Woods, Elliott Yi, Tyler Minn, Maximilian Jimenez, Jack Raines, Ricardo Merino earned one Gold and one Silver medal.
  • Grace Chi, Elias Chi, Donhyun Kim earned one Gold and one Bronze medal.
  • Julia An, Isaac Yi earned Two Silver Medals.
  • Abraham Lee earned Two Bronze medals.

PHOTO : First Row Left : Audrey Kim, Ryan Kam, Tyler Minn, Maximilian Jimenez Elliott Yi, Jack Raines, Lucas Woods, Second Row Left – Emily Kam, Kaylin Lee, Jenna Slota, Julia An, Kate Minn, Lianne Shin, Timothy Lee Coach Seongki Kim. Third Row Left- Isaac Yi, Donghyun Kim, Head Coach Youngmin Kim, Tony An, Sunghyun Kim, Liam Woods.

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Taekwondo All In Preforms a Taekwondo Demo at the 2017 Ridgewood Car Show

Taekwondo All In Preforms a Taekwondo Demo

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September 9,2017

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Ridgewood NJ, Taekwondo All In did a very impressive demo during the 2017 Ridgewood Car Show.

Taekwondo (/ˈtaɪˈkwɒnˈdoʊ/) is a Korean martial art with a heavy emphasis on kicks. Taekwondo was developed during the 1940s and 1950s by various Korean martial artists, as a blend of the indigenous Korean fighting styles of taekkyeon, gwonbeop, and subak, with influence from foreign martial arts as well.

Youngmin Kim is the Head Coach of Taekwondo All In , ” I have run this program in 3years to find out athletes and introduce sport taekwondo. About our programs, we have two different programs which are recreational taekwondo and sports taekwondo. Our recreational taekwondo provides with learning respects, discipline, focus, and team work through training. As many peo…ple thought Taekwondo is only one of martial arts, but also taekwondo is one of core Olympic sports. I was one of sport taekwondo athletes in Korea. Our sports taekwondo programs provide detailed skills and dreams of becoming an USA Olympian. ”

Taekwondo All In
33 Chestnut St. Ridgewood, NJ 07450
Phone: 201-857-0445

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Ridgewood Taekwondo Athletes Excel at Big East

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June 7,2017
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Ridgewood NJ, Eighteen Ridgewood Taekwondo athletes faced a major challenge at the Big East Tournament, which drew over 400 competitors from the tri-state area on April 30.  The results were stellar: 23 Gold, 9 Silver, and 4 Bronze.  The Big East Tournament was the final stop in the circuit before the nationals, which will take place on June 28 in Detroit.

Taekwondo All In, an instructional school for the Korean martial art, continues to establish itself as a premier school for the sport.  The school received the “Best School” designation at the New Jersey Tournament several years running.

Youngmin Kim, a Taekwondo master and head instructor noted, “We have an amazing group of kids at Taekwondo All In.  Their dedication and hard work is truly inspirational.  Our goal at the school is to teach our students not only the martial art, but life lessons on grit, focus and hard work, which will benefit them in all aspects of their lives.”

The students and their medals earned are as follows:

Ricardo Edmilao 3 Gold Medals

Jenna Slota, Elliott Yi, Isaac Yi, Audrey Kim, Blake Edmilao, and Emily Kam 2 Gold medals

Lucas Woods, Liam Woods, Tyler Minn, Mason Allum, Kaylin lee, Tony An 1 Gold medal and 1 Silver medal

Dongjun Kim, 1 Gold and 1 Bronze medal

Kate Minn 1 Gold medal

Grace Chi, Elias Chi, Cooper Allum, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze medal

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11 Tips to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolution in Taekwondo All In

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Hi, my name is Master Young Min Kim,

People from Midland Park, Glen ROck, Ho-Ho-Kus and all over our community have discovered how much the martial arts can help them to keep their New Year’s resolution every year.

If you’re trying to get fit, stop smoking or cut down on the chocolate, there’s a good chance that you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to yourself for 2017.

If you really want to stick to yours this year, these 11 TIPS TO HELP YOU KEEP YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS could help you keep them in Taekwondo All In.

http://taekwondoallin.com/blog-posts/11-tips-help-keep-new-years-resolution/

Sincerely,
Master Young Min Kim

Taekwondo All In
33 Chestnut St
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
(201) 857-0445

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Ridgewood Recognizes Taekwondo Champions

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October 14,2016

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Ridgewood Nj, No the new Village Council is not calling in reinforcements just yet . On Wednesday night council meeting the Village Council Acknowledgement of 2016 National Achievements by athletes of Taekwondo All In.

Youngmin Kim Head Coach of Taekwondo All In, 33 Chestnut st Ridgewood. He has run this program to find athletes and introduce sport taekwondo. Taekwondo All In have two different programs one which is recreational taekwondo and one sports taekwondo. Our recreational taekwondo provides with learning respects, discipline, focus, and team work through training. As many people thought Taekwondo is only one of martial arts, but also taekwondo is one of core Olympic sports. I was one of sport taekwondo athletes in Korea. Our sports taekwondo programs provide detailed skills and dreams of becoming an USA Olympian.

Our team has participated from local championships to international championships. We have gradually dominated in local and National championships within 3years. Our athletes achieved more than 60 medals from National and International championships within 2 years. At the first our national championships was last year July 4 in CA San Jose. 6 athletes participated in the championships, earning 7 medals. In this year, 15 athletes more than double from last year participated in National Championships earning 26 medals. In this year National Championships, every athlete made at least one medal. In order to make this happen, athletes dedicated their time and efforts from State championships to National championships. They trained more than 10 hour in a week. That was why our athletes deserved their results in National championships medals.

National championships is to path for Olympic. In order for athletes to participate in national championships, they need to qualify from State championships. Once they qualified state championships, athletes can go to National championships. It is very hard to prepare for National Championships because National Championships is only once a year; therefore, so many athletes have intensive training to participate in this big event. All most over 6000 athletes participate in a year. Only 30% of athletes can receive a medal. Athletes who participate in World class level can allow to participate in Team Trial once they have a medal in National Championships.

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Members of Taekwondo All In were recognized by the Village of Ridgewood

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September 22,2015

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Ridgewood NJ, Master Youngmin Kim competed and achieved championship medals at the highest levels in Korea.
He also earned full athletic scholarships from middle school through college.
In addition, he has a masters degree in sports management.

Since 2012, Master Kim has focused on teaching by founding and running Taekwondo All In in Ridgewood, NJ.
The efforts of his teaching and his students’ perseverance have amounted to exceptional results.

33 Chestnut St
Ridgewood, New Jersey
(201) 857-0445

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Ridgewood taekwondo athletes feast on Big East

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Twenty-one students from Taekwondo All In of Ridgewood received medals for their performances at the Big East Tournament in Basking Ridge on April 26. FRONT ROW, from left: Akash Patel, Lucas Woods, Edward Wagner and Maya Gugelev. MIDDLE ROW, from left: Arjun Narang, Benjamin Soung, Tej Patel, Audrey Kim and Alexander Han. BACK ROWS, from left: Adrian Golnabi, Jason Ahn, Louise Kim, Julia An, Liam Woods, Jenna Slota, head coach Youngmin Kin, Tony An, Connor Rojas, David Ahn, Kalyan Patel, Abhishek Narang, Colin Fitzgerald and coach Seongki Kim.

Ridgewood taekwondo athletes feast on Big East

JUNE 5, 2015    LAST UPDATED: FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 2015, 12:31 AM
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Twenty-one Ridgewood Taekwondo athletes faced a major challenge at the Big East Tournament, which drew over 400 competitors from the tri-state area on April 26. However, the students from Taekwondo All In produced stellar results by claiming 29 gold, 21 silver and five bronze medals.

The Big East Tournament was the final stop in the circuit before the National Championships, which will take place July 4 in Austin, Texas.

“We have an amazing group of kids at Taekwondo All In,” Youngmin Kim, a Taekwondo master and head instructor, said. “Their dedication and hard work is truly inspirational. Our goal at the school is to teach our students not only the martial art, but life lessons on grit, focus and hard work, which will benefit them in all aspects of their lives.”

http://www.northjersey.com/sports/amateur-and-adult-sports/ridgewood-feasts-on-big-east-1.1349636