I was recently out a pool with my family and lo and behold there was a single tether ball station and my kids wanted to play. Cool, simple, easy. But as often is the case with age disparity, they weren’t all having fun.
So, as a Tae Kwon Daddy, I challenged them to change it up and instead of playing plain old tether ball, I suggested we play Tae Kwon Tether Ball. And you know what? I think it was a success.
How you play Tae Kwon Tether Ball
So how do you play it? Easy. Attack the ball with ninja skills. Karate chops, kicks, etc.
While we didn’t use a point system, the next time we play, I’ll offer points for various moves. The harder the move the more points.
San Antonio native Logan Seth Ramirez is a martial arts student and proud father of four. He trains in Tae Kwon Do and American Tang Soo Do at the Christian Taekwondo League (part of the Tang Soo Do Karate Association) under Master Jose Ramirez alongside some of the kiddos.