Taekwondo is a Korean martial arts and stands for Foot (Tae), Fist (Kwon) and Spiritual Path (Do). Taekwondo techniques are designed for speed and dynamics, not least because of the competition. In taekwondo, foot techniques dominate more clearly than in comparable martial arts.
EuroKids trainer Mohamed Ebnoutalib was a regular member of the German Taekwondo national team for as many years. During his competition days, he won many medals in world ranking tournaments, as well as European and World Championships. Included among his greatest achievements include the Vice World Champion title 2003 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the Vice European Champion title in Riga. His diligence and commitment in training and his sensitivity to the strengths and weaknesses of each of his students make him an exceptional trainer. More information can be found under - http://www.ksc-ebnoutalib.de/mohamed-ebnoutalib/