Blue Belt

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Techniques

Self Defence

Sitting Stance - W shaped block

L-Stance - Low double forearm pushing block

Downward kick, L-Stance guarding block

Walking Stance - Upset fingertip thrust

L-Stance - Side backfist and low outer forearm block (simultaneously)

Side piercing kick, back piercing kick, Walking stance reverse knifehand high reverse strike, footshift to L-stance forearm guarding block

Turning kick, reverse turning kick, Walking stance reverse knifehand high reverse strike, footshift to L-stance forearm guarding block

Pattern

Joong-Gun Tul

Yul Gok

Won Hyo

Sparring

Two Step sparring No 3 & 4

Free Sparring

Destruction

Choice hand and foot technique

Joong-GunAn Joong Gun

Meaning

Is named after the patriot An Joong Gun who assassinated Hiro Bumi Ito, the first Japanese Governor General of Korea, know as the man who played the leading part of the Korea – Japan merger. There are 32 movements to represent Mr An’s age when he was executed in Lui – Shung prison (1910).

Number of moves: 32

pattern-diagram
No Move Stance Section Action

To Begin

Closed Ready B

1

Step To B

L

Mid

Reverse Knifehand Block

2

Low

Side Front Snap Kick (Left)

3

Land To B

Rear Foot

Mid

Upwards Palm Block

4

Step To A

L

Mid

Reverse Knifehand Block

5

Low

Side Front Snap Kick (Right)

6

Land To A

Rear Foot

Mid

Upwards Palm Block

7

Turn To D

L

Mid

Knifehand Guard Block

8

Slip To D

Walking

High

Right Upward Elbow Strike

9

Turn To D

L

Mid

Knifehand Guard Block

10

Slip To D

Walking

High

Right Upward Elbow Strike

11

Step To D

Walking

High

Twin Vertical Punch

12

Step To D

Walking

Mid

Twin Upset Punch

13

Step To C

Walking

High

X Fist Rising Block

14

Step To E

L

High

Backfist Side Strike

15

Slip To E

Walking

Mid

Wrist Release Move

16

Walking

High

Reverse Punch

17

Slip To F

Left L

High

Backfist Side Strike

18

Slip To F

Walking

Mid

Wrist Release Move

19

Walking

High

Reverse Punch

20

Step To C

Walking

High

Double Forearm Block

21

Slip To C

L

Mid

Left Punch

22

Mid

Side Piercing Kick

23

Land To C

Walking

High

Double Forearm Block

24

Slip To C

L

Mid

Left Punch

25

Mid

Side Piercing Kick

26

Land To C

Walking

High

Forearm Guarding Block

27

Slip To C

Low

Mid/Low

Pressing Block (Slow Motion)

28

Step To C

L

Mid

Forearm Guarding Block

29

Slip To C

Low

Mid/Low

Pressing Block (Slow Motion)

30

Slip To A

Closed

Mid

Angle Punch(Slow Motion)

31

Step To A

Fixed

High/Mid

U Shape Block

To End

Close Ready B

Left Foot Moves

Theory Download Theory

Note: You may be asked questions on lower grade theory, so make sure you know it.

Red: Signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control and warning the opponent to stay away.

Training secrets of Taekwondo

1. To study the theory of power thoroughly.
2. To clearly understand the purpose and meaning of each movement.
3. To bring the movement of eyes, hands, feet, and breath into one coordinated action.
4. To choose the appropriate tool for each vital spot.
5. To become familiar with the correct angle and distance for attack and defence.
6. To keep both arms and legs bent slightly while a movement is in motion.
7. All movements must begin with a backwards motion with very few exceptions.
8. To create a sine wave during motion by utilising knee spring.

Technique Korean
Line work Line work
W shaped block San makgi
Low double forearm pushing block Najunde doo palmok miro makgi
Upset fingertip thrust Dwijbun sonkut tulgi
Waist block Hori makgi
Movement Movement
Pushing Milgi
Sliding Mikulgi
Stance Sogi
Rear foot stance Dwit bal sogi


Technique Korean Suitable Tools
Front snap kick Ap cha busigi Ball of the foot/ instep/ toes
Side piercing kick Yop cha jirugi Footsword
Back piercing kick Dwit cha jirugi Footsword
Stamping kick Cha bapgi Back sole
Side thrusting kick Yop cha tulgi Ball of the foot
Side pushing kick Yop cha milgi Footsword
Turning kick Dollyo chagi Ball of the foot/ instep/ toes
Reverse turning kick Bandae dollyo chagi Back heel/ ball of the foot
Reverse turning hooking kick Bandae dollyo goro chagi Back heel
Downward kick Naeryo chagi Back heel
Twisting kick Bituro chagi Ball of the foot/ instep/ toes
Vertical kick Sewo chagi Footsword/ reverse footsword
Pressing kick Noollo chagi Footsword