When you go to Tae Kwon Do, one of the things that you eventually have to learn how to do is to spar. Sparring is kicking other people with some gear on, so that neither of you hurt too much. It's really fun, but really difficult to do properly. I remember when I was a yellow belt in Tae Kwon Do (the order is white, high white, which is white with a yellow stripe, yellow, and so on) I went to a summer camp, where everyone in the Blue Wave Tae Kwon Do Association can learn anything that they want. I went to a sparring seminar, and no one was watching my ring, so the high red belt that I was with (the last belt before black belt) pounded me as hard as he could, and I couldn't defend myself because I didn't know anything at the time, and I didn't know that I could end the match, so I was standing there, being kicked for at least a minute straight, and I ran to my mom crying after the round was over. Partly because I couldn't breathe, and partly because I had been kicked so hard.
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