Steven Miller of Midtown Taekwondo in Action



Steven Miller runs Midtown Taekwondo (with his wife, Tara). As part of his job, Miller trains students (ages 4 to 62) in the art of controlled punching, kicking, and dodging. He also happens to be an international champion (fresh off a victory in Poland last month). You can read about the Millers in the November issue of Memphis magazine. You do not want to be kicked by this guy.

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