Athletes Use Tiger-Rock Taekwondo to Increase Strength, Power, Agility.It should come as no surprise that the advantages of martial arts training extend well beyond classroom application. In fact, throughout the years it has been well documented that Tiger-Rock programs like our Taekwondo have a substantial impact on both physical and cognitive development. Many high school, college, and professional athletes have benefited by making Tiger-Rock Martial Arts a part of their conditioning and training program.
As a result of our effective training methods, several prestigious sports and athletic organizations like the Louisiana State University football team and the Minnesota Vikings have utilized Tiger-Rock programs for player development. Since 1987 dramatic improvements in speed, power and performance have convinced LSU coaches like Mike Archer, Nick Saban and Les Miles to include Tiger-Rock Taekwondo training as a regular part of the off season workouts for all the players. Tommy Moffit, the LSU strength and conditioning coach, credits the Taekwondo workouts as a big benefit to the players. The benefits of Tiger-Rock training can be seen at every level of athletics. Minnesota Vikings strength and conditioning coach Tom Kanavy, heard of the success of the LSU Taekwondo program and hired Sr. Master Neely to spend two weeks with the Viking players as part of their off season training. Head coach at the time Brad Childress was very impressed with the results of the program.
Of course the benefits of Tiger-Rock training can be seen in much more than athletics.
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