Show courtesy and respect to the instructor and all other students at all times.
Black belts should be referred to as 'Sir' or 'Ma'am'.
At the end of any exercise where you have worked with a partner or group,
you must bow to your partner or to the members of your group and say 'Thank you'.
Courtesy is a key part of Taekwondo.
Persevere: exercises are often tough and there will many times when you want to give up,
but to persevere is to carry on regardless.
don't over train or try to continue with an injury.
Listen to your body. If you are injured, take some time off and come back when you are ready.
Grade whenever possible:
Don't miss a grading, prepare yourself properly and be ready for it on time.
Ask Black Belts to help:
In most Dojangs,
the black belts are friendly and more than willing to help you,
whether you need to go over your form, kicking, or blocks.
Just ask nicely, be polite and remember to thank them for their time.
Do extra exercise outside your Taekwondo classes to build fitness, strength and flexibility
Before, during and after training.
Dehydration can seriously affect your performance.
Be sure to warm up and cool down. Don't forget to stretch AFTERWARDS!