Taekwondo Belts and Ranks Explained - All Organizations (WT, ITF, ATA)
How many belt colors are there in taekwondo?
Many people are confused about the ranking system in taekwondo. This video explains why there are 3 different belt systems in taekwondo.
There are 3 governing bodies regulating taekwondo in the world:
World Taekwondo (WT formerly known as WTF)
International Taekwon-do Federation (ITF)
American Taekwondo Association (ATA)
Each one of these 3 organizations has its own belt system.
World Taekwondo (WT):
Blue Senior Belt
Brown Senior Belt
Junior Black Belt
International Taekwon-do Federation (ITF):
White Belt (10th Geup)
Yellow stripe (9th Geup)
Yellow Belt (8th Geup)
Green stripe (7th Geup)
Green Belt (6th Geup)
Blue stripe (5th Geup)
Blue Belt (4th Geup)
Red Stripe (3rd Geup)
Red Belt (2nd Geup)
Black Stripe (1st Geup)
American Taekwondo Association (ATA)
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Hello everyone! Today we are going to talk about the ITF Taekwondo Belt Order & Color Meanings. The belt system used by those of us that practice Taekwondo, according to the teachings of General Choi Hong Hi.
White Belt – This is where everyone begins. The color white symbolizes the student’s innocence and ignorance of taekwondo. (A student with a white belt is classified as 10th Gup.)
White Belt with Yellow Stripe – This is the next step, and the only step that is sometimes skipped for quick-learning students. (9th Gup)
Yellow Belt – The first full color, this belt means that the student is beginning to learn and create a foundation in taekwondo. The color yellow represents the ground or earth in which the seed of knowledge has been planted and will grow.
Yellow Belt with Green Stripe
Green Belt – This belt is a milestone. The student’s taekwondo knowledge and experience is growing at a good pace now. The color green represents the plant as it sprouts and begins to grow.
Green Belt with Blue Stripe
Blue Belt – At this point, the student should have a good foundation in taekwondo and is prepared to begin learning more advanced techniques and theories. The color represents the sky toward which the plant reaches as it matures into a tree.
Blue Belt with Red Stripe
Red Belt – The red belt is a student who knows quite a bit about taekwondo, enough to be dangerous. Now, the student must learn control, a crucial skill. The color red signifies danger, warning others to stay away and reminding the student to practice control.
Red Belt with Black Stripe
Black Belt (1st degree) – This is the end of the introductory stages. On average, this rank takes 3-5 years to reach. Traditionally, only after achieving the rank of black belt, is the pupil considered to be true student of taekwondo. It is without a doubt a great mark of progress, but is far from the end. Truly, it is only the beginning. The definition of the color black is simple the opposite of the color white.
Novice Black Belt (1st-3rd degree) – This first three ranks of black belt are designated as Novice. The student should concentrate on perfecting (or at least thoroughly understanding) the basics that they have learned while also learning a good bit of new material. The student is also considered an Assistant Instructor during these ranks, addressed as Bo-Sabum.
Expert Black Belt (4th-6th degree) On average, the student has been an actively training and advancing black belt for 9-10 years before they may test for 4th degree. It is a very serious achievement, the student having been training as a black belt about twice as long as they were a colored belt. During this stage, the student should have enough understanding of taekwondo to begin pursuing theory more deeply. Many students begin to specialize as well. The student is considered an Instructor and is addressed as Sabum.
Master Black Belt (7th-8th degree) – Students who achieve this rank have probably been an active black belt for close to 30 years. They are very knowledgeable. At this point, the student is no longer allowed to compete at most tournaments. (Feel free to join me in pondering this.) There are no more formal examinations to gain rank after this point. The student is expected to pursue further knowledge about taekwondo with little or no oversight. Most masters only teach other black belts, leaving the colored belts to the lower ranks. The student is now called Sa-Hyong, or Master Instructor.
Grandmaster (9th degree) – The ultimate rank in traditional taekwondo, there are very few who have made it this far and they are considered to be the greatest experts on the art of taekwondo. The student is now called Grandmaster or Sa-Song.
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The level, or the belt system: In Tae Kwon Do, everyone starts out as a white belt. They gradually try to come up and go up to the next belt to, at the end, towards the black belt.
One thing is that every school is a little different. Sometimes their belt system might be from white belt, to orange belt, to green belt, to purple belt, to brown belt. Some schools from white belt, to yellow belt, to blue belt, and maybe they might have a stripe; blue stripe, to red belt, to red stripe, and a pre-black belt, and then to the black belt.
Again, every school is a little different on the belt system, but usually it takes about, maybe two years or a little less than two years to become a black belt. Once you hit the black belt, it doesn't mean you're already a master of Tae Kwon Do.
Basically, when you get your black belt, it means that you've just finished your basic training. That means you know how to do a roundhouse kick, ax kick, back kick, and everything basic.
Once you hit the black belt, there are degrees of black belt. There is first degree, second degree, third degree, and up and up and up. The longer you train, the belt degrees go higher and higher.
One thing is, during the black belt, you learn more of an understanding of the techniques, such as how to use them, the right and proper timing and distance. Also, I believe, training longer helps you understand a little bit more of the philosophy of the martial art also so we become more mature and wiser for our life. I think that's what it is about reaching that black belt.
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How many belts are in Karate? Well it all depends on the system you take. When I did Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, it was white, blue, purple, brown then black.
Now its actually white, green, blue, purple, brown then black. In American Kenpo, the martial arts I'm based off of, it starts white, yellow, orange, purple, blue, green, 3rd degree brown, 2nd degree brown, 1st degree brown and then 1st degree black for adults and then it goes all the way up to 10th degree black.
For kids it's a little bit different. I don't do the 3 different brown belts because seeing the brown belt for 9 months is redundant. So we have brown belt, red belt, red and black belt, and then they get their junior black belt.
The great thing about having a ranking system is it gives the student a goal to work towards. So basically the more you come to class the faster you can actually rank and get to your next belt. Not saying just because you come to class you're going to get your belt but the more you come to class and learn the material the more you're ready for your next stripe or your next belt.
if you come to class once a week it's going to take you a little bit longer to learn all the material needed for the next belt. If you come two or three times a week you'll be able to move on and progress faster than everybody else.
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