Green Belt

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Techniques

Self Defence

Walking Stance - High palm hooking block, reverse high palm hooking block, obverse punch

L-Stance - Palm upward block

Walking Stance - X fist pressing block, twin vertical punch

Walking Stance - Double forearm high block

Walking Stance - Flat fingertip thrust

Walking Stance - Twin upset punch

L-Stance - Side elbow thrust

Pattern

Won Hyo

Do San Tul

Dan Gun Tul

Sparring

Three Step sparring No 5 & 6

Free Sparring

Won-Hyo Tul Monk

Meaning

WON-HYO was the noted monk who introduced Buddhism into the Silla Dynasty in the year of 686 AD.

Number of moves: 28

No Move Stance Section Action

To Begin

Close Ready A

1

Turn To B

L

High/Mid

Twin Forearm Guarding Block

2

L

High

Inward Knifehand Strike

3

Slide Left Foot

Fixed

Mid

Side Punch

4

Step To A

L

High/Mid

Twin Forearm Guarding Block

5

L

High

Inward Knifehand Strike

6

Slide Left Foot

Fixed

Mid

Side Punch

7

Turn To D

Bending Ready Stance A

8

Mid

Side Piercing Kick

9

Land

L

Mid

Knifehand Guarding Block

10

Step To D

L

Mid

Knifehand Guarding Block

11

Step To D

L

Mid

Knifehand Guarding Block

12

Step To D

Walking

Mid

Straight Fingertip Thrust

13

Turn To E

L

High/Mid

Twin Forearm Guarding Block

14

L

High

Inward Knifehand Strike

15

Slide Left Foot

Fixed

Mid

Side Punch

16

Step To F

L

High/Mid

Twin Forearm Guarding Block

17

L

High

Inward Knifehand Strike

18

Slide Left Foot

Fixed

Mid

Side Punch

19

Step To C

Walking

Low/Mid

Circular Block

20

Step To C

Low

Front Snap Kick

21

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

22

Walking

Low/Mid

Circular Block

23

Step To C

Walking

Mid

Reverse Punch

24

Step To C

Low

Front Snap Kick

25

Turn To D

Bending Ready Stance A

26

Mid

Side Piercing Kick

27

Turn To B

L

Mid

Forearm Guarding Block

28

Step To A

L

Mid

Forearm Guarding Block

To End

Close Ready A

Right Foot Moves

Theory Download Theory

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

The Theory of Power

Reaction force: Exploit your opponent’s momentum, and utilise your own. Attacking in the direction opposite to your opponent’s momentum maximises the impact of your technique; counter your own movement with another part of your body to maximise your tool’s acceleration while maintaining equilibrium.

Concentration: Both physical and mental. Focus impact to a precise tool and small target location, at a split-second in time; focus your mind to successfully execute a technique.

Equilibrium: Keep the body well balanced both while stationary and while executing techniques. Maintain stability and flexibility both in static stances and whilst moving dynamically.

Breath Control: Tighten the core, tensing the abdomen, at the point of impact; for both delivering and receiving contact. Otherwise breathing is relaxed but controlled.

Mass: One factor of momentum. Utilise hip twist and knee spring appropriately to project maximum body mass into the technique.

Speed: The other factor of momentum. Maximise acceleration of the tool throughout execution to maximise momentum at the point of impact.

Technique Korean
Stance Sogi
Close ready stance A Moa junbi Sogi 'A'
Foot shifting Jajun bal
Body parts Body parts
Palm Sonbadak
X fist Kyocha joomuk
Elbow Palkup
Line work Line work
High palm hooking block Nopunde sonbadak golcho makgi
Palm upward block Sonbadak ollyo makgi
X fist pressing block Kyocha joomuk noollo makgi
Twin vertical punch Sang sewo jirugi
Double forearm high block Doo palmok nopunde makgi
Flat fingertip thrust Opun sonkut tulgi
Twin upset punch Sang dwijbo jirugi
Side elbow thrust Yop palkup tulgi