I began to train Taekwondo professionally at the Olimpia Club in Poznań when I was 10. My career as a Taekwondo athlete was developing very dynamically. I took the first exams under the guidance of Master Soo Kwang Lee (9th Dan). Having been one of the best trainers and an ex-Taekwondo athlete, he became my trainer, which was one of the greatest things that happened in my life. Thanks to the training with the Master I gained invaluable knowledge of how to improve not only my body but also my self-esteem, motivation and life attitude.
About the Far Eastern approach
The Far Eastern approach to sports and self-development lays an emphasis on the harmony of body and mind which we often forget and neglect in our culture, focusing on visible effects of training only. When I trained in Korea I learned how to determine the path of development while remaining in peace with yourself, your mind and your body. I found a beneficial effect of this approach on a sense of inner balance. I learned how to set goals and pursue them at all costs, staying motivated.