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Sparring Combinations 1. 2. 3. 4. Round , Round Fast Kick , Round house Roundhouse , Back kick Fast Kick, Double Roundhouse 5. Roundhouse, Crescent Kick 6. Fast Kick, Nadabam 7. Double Roundhouse Yeop step, Double Roundhouse 8. Fast Kick, Front leg Hook kick 9. Crescent Axe, Spin Hook kick. 10. Fast kick, Double roundhouse, Spin hook kick
One Step Sparring combinations 1. Outward middle block, right front stance, middle punch. 6. Outside in middle block, Back fist To face, then take down N#1 2. Step to the side, front stance, outward middle block, punch to the back or face 7. Step to outside , cross palm block, Palm strike, back fist, sidekick 3. Step to the outside, front stance, outward middle block, grab wrist, roundhouse to stomach. 4. Knife hand block, back stance, step in , long elbow to the face. 5. Double middle block, knee to body Then knife hand strike 8. Outward middle block, while holding wrist step under arm , spin heel to chest 9. Outside/inward crescent kick to attacking arm, Re-Chamber same leg and execute side kick to mid section/hip area 10. Crescent then spin crescent 11. Inward middle block while stepping forward on the outside of the attacker then spin heel to attackers head.
Advanced Level one step (for belt levels blue and above) 6. Outside in middle block, Back fist 1. Outward middle block, right front stance, middle punch To face, then take down N#1 Advance level: multiple punchs. Adv Level: Neck Throw 7. Step to outside , cross palm block, 2. Step to the side, front stance, outward middle block, punch to the back or face Palm strike, back fist, sidekick Adv Level: Jump Back kick Adv Level: Multiple punches 3. Step to the outside, front stance, outward middle block, grab wrist, roundhouse to stomach. Adv level: Multiple punches 4. Knife hand block, back stance, step in , long elbow to the face. Adv Level: Back fist, then take down 8. Outward middle block, while holding wrist step under arm , spin heel to chest Adv level: Pada Chagi 9. Outside/inward crescent kick to attacking arm, Re -Chamber same leg and execute side kick to mid section/hip area Adv Level: Jump back kick 5. Double middle block, knee to body Then knife hand strike Adv Level: Elbow to the back of neck
Meaning Of Belt Colors 1. White- Signifies innocence, as that of a beginning student who has no previous knowledge of Taekwondo. 5. Red-Signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control and warning the opponent to stay away. 2. Yellow - Signifies earth, from which a plant sprouts and takes root as the Taekwondo foundation is being laid. 6. Black- Opposite of white, therefore signifying maturity and proficiency in Taekwondo. Also indicates the wearer’s imperviousness to darkness and fear. The universe 3. Green - Signifies the plant’s growth as the skills of Taekwondo begin to grow and develop. 4. Blue- Signifies the heaven toward which the plant matures into a towering tree as training in Taekwondo progresses.
Tenets of Taekwondo COURTESY Polite behavior; gracious manners; to simply be nice to others. INTEGRITY Pure character; knowing right from wrong; honesty. Adherence to a code of values. PERSERVERENCE To hold a course of action or to ones beliefs despite all obstacles. SELF CONTROL Control of emotions and actions by strength of will. INDOMITABLE SPIRIT Incapable of being overcome or subdued.
Student Pledge I will observe the principles of Tae. Kwon. Do I will respect my instructor and all senior ranks I will never misuse Tae Kwon Do I will become a champion of freedom I will work to build a more peaceful world
3 Rules of Concentration Focus with your mind! Focus with your eyes! Focus with your body!
Terminology Basic Words Thank You Kamsa hamni da Master Sabum-Nim Instructor Sangsa-Nim Student Banjang-Nim Uniform Dobok Forms Poomsae Sparring Gyoroogi TKD School Dojang Blue- Chong Red- Hong Stances (Seogi / Keubi) Ready Joon Bi Horse-Riding Joo choom-seogi Walking Ap-seogi Front Apkeubi Back Dwitkeubi Fighting Gyoroogi-seogi Commands Attention Charyut Bow Kyungnet Ready Joon Bi Begin Shijak Stop Kuman Return to Ready Baro At Ease / Relax Shiyo Turn Around Dwiro Dora Yell Ki-hap Numbers One Hana Two Dul Three Set Four Net Five Dasot Six Yeosot Seven Ilgup Eight Yeodol Nine Ahop Ten Yeol Strikes and Punches (Chirugi / Chigi) Low Arae Chirugi Middle Momtong Chirugi High Olgul Chirugi Reverse Baro Chirugi Side Yeop Chirugi Single Hanchirugi Double Doobon Chirugi Triple Saebon Chirugi Blocks (Makki) Down Arae-Makki Inside An-Makki Outside Bakkat-Makki Outside Forearm Bakkat Palmok Makki High Olgul-Makki Double Knifehand Sonnal Makki Single Knifehand Hansonnal Makki Kicks (Chagi) Stretch Bandol Chagi Inside Crescent An Bandol Chagi Outside Crescent Bakkat Bandol Chagi Front Snap Ap Chagi Turning Dollyo Chagi Side Yeop Chagi Back Dwi Chagi Spinning Hook Nakka Chagi Phrases Bow to the Flags. Kukki-ae Dae-ha-yo. Kyugnet. Bow to the Master. Sabum-Nim kae. Kyungnet. Bow to the Instructor. Kyobu-Nim kae. Kyungnet, Bow to the Senior Student. Banjang-Nim kae. Kyungnnet How Are You Ottosimnika Hello How are you Annyong Hasaeyo
Merit and Achievement Awards American and Korean flag is worn by all students Is awarded to the student who is chosen by the instructors, the students which has shown great dedication, improvement, and exemplifies the tenets of taekwondo The academic award is awarded to the student who can recite from memory the tenets and their meaning and the student pledge S. T. O. R. M STORM patch is awarded to the student which shows dedication , excellent attendance, leadership and our good role models for other students. Other awards to be determined by significance to include awards representing the tenets and physical achievements. This includes the competition team, the demo team.
Dojang Rules 1. Bow when entering and leaving the dojang. 2. Bow when a Instructor or senior Blackbelt enters the dojang proper. 3. Maintain discipline, know the Tenets of the Art and the Student's Pledge. 4. Do not face the instructor or your senior while tying your belt. 5. Have a clean uniform at all times, and neatly folded when leaving. 6. No profanity, no loud talking and no horseplay 7. Everybody is responsible for the appearance of the dojang 8. You must train and attend classes regularly before attempting to test. It is impossible to teach one's self the art or to learn the art properly without group experience. 9. Report all injuries and blisters to the instructor. 10. Seek help from your seniors who are above you in rank.
Reports required for testing! White- What is Respect Yellow Stripe- Respect and others. Yellow- What is Courtesy Green Stripe – What is Integrity Green - Perseverance Blue Stripe- Self Control Blue- Indomitable Spirit Red Stripe- What is Tae Kwon Do Red- Difference between a Taekwondo practitioner and the untrained person Black Rec. Meaning of being a Black belt