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Silver Hills Middle School

12400 Huron Street, Westminster, CO 80234
August 3, 2019


“Fight To The Top”

Participate in multiple events with numerous divisions for color belt and black belt competitors.



White Belt through 7th Dan Black Belt


Download the event packet TODAY AND REGISTER!

View on-line event rules here.


 Event Schedule*

- 7:00 AM:  Event Day Registration Open

- 8:00 AM: Event Day Registration CLOSED

- 8:00 AM: Competitor Check-In

- 8:30 AM: Referee/Competitor Meeting

- 9:00 AM | Kids, Children, Junior Belt Competition

- 1:00 PM | Adult Competition

* Schedule subject to change


Dear Instructor, Student and School,

You are cordially invited to attend the 2019 Rocky Mountain Open on August 3, 2019 at Silver Hills Middle School, Westminster, Colorado.

The Rocky Mountain Taekwon-Do Alliance, in association with Trinity Taekwon-Do, is excited to host this martial arts experience and welcomes your participation. Make your plans today to attend this Martial Art event.

Come and Share in the Experience

Divisions: Kids (Ages 3-5 years) | Children (6-11 Years) | Juniors (12-17 Years) | Adults (18-35 Years) | Presidents (36+ Years)


Competition Events - "A Little Fun for Everyone"

Individual Sparring

- Kids, Children, Junior, Adult, Presidents Divisions

Individual Patterns (All Divisions)

- Modern ITF Patterns

- Open Patterns

Individual Breaking (Juniors, Adults and Presidents Only)

  • Individual Breaking (12+ year)
  • Power Foot/Hand
  • Color & Black Belt Divisions

Fly-Over Kicking (Kids, Children, Juniors, Adults, Presidents)

  • Overhead Barrier Jumping (All Ages)

Kids and Children Competition

- GoFast Speed Kicking (Ages 11 Under)


Top of the “Rock” Awards

Top Adult Female, Adult Male, Junior (Female or Male) and Child (Female or Male) Competitor


Download the event packet TODAY AND REGISTER!

View on-line event rules here.

Register Online Today


We excited to present you with this opportunity and look forward to your attendance.


GrandMaster Robert M. Neidig

Trinity Taekwon-Do, 9th Dan

RMTA Co-Founder

Senior Master Pamela M. Neidig

Trinity Taekwon-Do, 8th Dan

RMTA Co-Founder

Master Charles F. Avila

Trinity Taekwon-Do, 7th Dan

RMTA Co-Founder

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The Rocky Mountain Taekwon-Do Alliance (RMTA) provides an open framework and collaborative environment that enables it’s registered and affiliate members to contribute across all aspects of Taekwon-Do practice and growth.

Standards-based Taekwon-Do instruction, guidance, certification and mentoring for its members are core fundamentals within the RMTA. Taekwon-Do students, instructors and schools who actively study and promote traditional ITF-style Taekwon-Do can readily join to immediately benefit from this structured organization.

How is the RMTA Different?
While most organizations enforce membership with costly fees that "roll up" from the individual instructors, the RMTA offers a contrasting "alliance" that enables those instructors and schools to maintain control of their own destiny.

Instructors and school owners have the opportunity to receive enhanced services of the organization through our business focused tools, organized certification programs and events.

The Alliance extends control and power to individual instructors and school owners to retain the fruits of their labor.

Alliance members are afforded membership options that deliver standards-based requirements for certification and on-line instructional aides. The combination of these tools and membership benefits enable growth and knowledge across all aspects of Taekwon-Do training for white belts through black belts.

The Alliance extends additional organizational services to its members to enable member and school growth as well through cost effective marketing solutions and services.

The guiding principle of the RMTA is that “Membership has its Privileges”.

Welcome to the Alliance!

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The Sine Wave (sinewave) motion and the variation of sine wave in Taekwon-Do movement unique to ITF Chang Hon-style Taekwon-Do.

Sine wave motions varies within the patterns to define movements as: (1) Normal; (2) Fast; (3) Continuous; (4) Connecting and; (5) Slow.

This article provides guidance on these differing motions in ITF Taekwon-Do patterns.












Mission and Goals

  • Alliance Mission Statement
    The mission and focus of the Alliance is to provide and foster a collaborative organizational structure across which all its members can benefit and grow. The organization provides enhanced services and extended benefits to its…

Core Values and Principles

  • Core Values and Principles
    The Rocky Mountain Taekwon-Do Alliance is founded in delivery of enhanced tools and services to its members. Core Values and PrinciplesThe following objectives represent the “Core Values” of the Rocky Mountain Taekwon-Do Alliance. These are:…

RMTA Benefits

  • How Can I Benefit
    The Alliance is based upon the core principles and technique of Taekwon-Do created by General Choi Hong Hi. Individuals interested in traditional Taekwon-Do training founded in the principles of the legendary founder, General Choi Hong…