Thank you for your advice on my previous questions. I have been reading about General Choi on your web site and I find him to have been a very inspiring person. I need advice on a few other things. (1) I am a yellow belt and my instructor says I have a perfect build and height for Taekwondo and that I do great kicks, but that I need to concentrate more on the basics. However, I get bored doing basics all the time. (2) One of the reasons I started Taekwondo was to learn discipline and control and to incorporate it into my everyday life. At college, I find it hard to sit down and do written work and homework; I want to be doing something practical all the time. I am a performing arts student and hope to go into doing fight choreography in films. How can I learn to be more patient? (3) My main concern with flexibility is that, when I watch high rank black belts doing patterns where they hold a kick leg in the air, I want to be able to do that. I apologize for any spelling mistakes; I am not that good a speller.
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