More deer stories

So, what do the male deer Jung Suwon-imals do while the ladies take care of their babies?

Want to see?

Here is Danny, the fearless one, right on the side of the road….he doesn’t seem concerned about anything.  That is because he is the equivalent of a Jung Suwon black belt, and he knows he is fast and can outrun any predators.  He has been training hard and it pays off.  But he is not overconfident – he always keeps an eye on his surroundings and he is ready to sprint off when needed.

Danny has been training his friend Dustin, to be as strong and fast a Jung Suwon-imal as he is.  Together, they follow what Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim is teaching:

“When you have a goal that is a priority, and when you commit your total loyalty to this cause, you will undoubtedly make decisions about competing priorities in your life.  If you want to prepare for a marathon, attending every party in town could not be an equal priority to working out every day.  One or the other must be chose, the other sacrificed.”

And that is just what these deer are personifying.  Here are Danny and Dustin, in the field, getting ready to train:

See how they are lined up so nicely in their Jung Suwon outdoor DoJang?   Will they do forms, or sparring, or work on their sprinting?

And after their work out, they relax and hang out, always watching out for each other, as you can see here:

Explore posts in the same categories: Deer, Grandmaster, Jung SuWon, Tae Kwon Do, Tae Yun Kim, Wildlife

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