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Customer Question of the Rebreakable Boards
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Does anyone think my son,,,,, an eleven year old 1st degree black-belt could break a brown? He is breaking brown at his studio but they are not these boards. I am wondering to buy him blue OR brown? but I dont think you know this kids strength. (buy the way bron is "like butter" for him.)  
by: American tae-kwon do assoc. kid
8/16/2011 11:26:22 PM
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I'd recommend erring on the side of caution here. Injuries and excessive impact on the developing hands/joints of an 11 year old can have detrimental repercussions later in life.

Minimize the amount of breaking and the difficulties in those breaks as they are unnecessary in the development of martial art skill.
by: okiken108    
8/19/2011 1:24:38 PM
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Yes - definitely. My son is 10 and is working to consistently break 2 blacks on first try with standing side kick (about 75% of the time currently).

Also I agree with okien108 - children shouldn't be doing punch breaks. I would limit them to knife-hand breaking and not too often at that either. With kicking you can be a bit more lax.
by: DK
8/22/2011 12:07:24 PM
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