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Tang Soo Do Recommended Training Uniforms

The training uniform is called the 'Do Bok' in Korean. This is a composite word that can be translated into 'clothing for the Way of Life'. This should encourage all practitioners that when we practice Tang Soo Do, we should wear a clean and tidy uniform. The white colour is also important as it shows purity, reverence for life and our aim to avoid confrontation and violence.

Always appear in class with your uniform clean and neatly pressed, in good repair and with the proper trim for your rank. Your Instructors and seniors will be able to advise you on proper care and how to wear your Do Bok.

The training belt is called the 'Dee' in Korean. The belt is the most significant statement of your level of skill and knowledge in Tang Soo Do. This reflects the journey we have travelled during our training and the experiences to date. The belt should always be worn correctly with tags on the left side of the wearer. The belt must always be worn during practice and removed during refreshments or at any time taken out of the Do Jang in class time..You should avoid allowing your belt to lay on the floor for any length of time, it should be folded and placed in your training bag immediately.

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