Wikidrills started in 2009 as a project of the Korean Academy of Taekwondo. One of the most important skills of any martial arts instructor is disguising repetition. Becoming good at any skill requires thousands of practice reps, yet that can bore students to the point that they quit before they become good. This site collects hundreds of different drills in order to keep things fresh.
The site was originally organized in a true wiki format through the use of tikiwiki. We also had technique pages that connected different stances/kicks/submissions/positions/etc. For instance there was a page called Front Mount and there was a list many different submissions from the mount, ways to escape the mount, ways to upgrade position, etc. The idea was to create a worldwide knowledge base.
Unfortunately, there weren’t enough contributors to make up for the constant spam postings, or to make too much of a dent in the vast amount of knowledge we were trying to catalog, although we did get more than 1000 pages of drills and techniques.
In 2016 the site was redone in wordpress, to keep things more compact through the use of youtube playlists and embedded videos.
We hope you like it! All drills should be done under the supervision of a competent instructor and you bear the ultimate responsibility for being safe. A drill that might be appropriate for one person might be dangerous for someone else.