Taekwon-do literally means ‘the art of hand and foot’. There are many different types, but the main ones are WTF (World Taekwon-do Federation) as seen in the Olympics and ITF (International Taekwon-do Federation), which is the style that we do and is alot closer to the original forms of Taekwon-do. I’ve been practicing for 15 years and competing for England for the past five years. Competing in the European and World Championships has given me a great opportunity to travel around the world from Jamaica, Italy and Sweden to Spain and Slovakia.
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In order to provide additional evidence and extend my investigation to find out more and back up my conclusion, I could perhaps get a machine that would drop and time the fall of each parachute. I could also change the material and see if I get a similar pattern of results. I might consider changing the radius of the parachutes I already have and record the results. Another thing I could change is the height I drop the parachutes from and see if this effects the conclusion I have made, also the weight could affect my idea about air resistance.