Progressing to the Next Belt Color

High White(9th gup) => Yellow(8th gup)

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Definitions

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Chon-Ji:
Chon-Ji means literally the "Heaven the Earth." It is, in the Orient, interpretd as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history, therefore, it is the initial pattern played by the beginner. This pattern consists of two similar parts-one to represent the Heaven and the other the Earth. (19 movements)

Help point:

All low blocks and punches in Chon-Ji are performed in a front stance. All middle blocks are performed in a back or L-stance. Turning always alternates between 90 and 180 degrees starting with a 90-degree turn to your left. Always turn toward the arm you have just punched with (if you punched with your right hand, then turn to your right).

Five Points of Power

  • Speed
  • Balance
  • Focus
  • Breath Control
  • Reaction Force
  • Count to 10 in Korean

    1. Hana
    2. Dull
    3. Set
    4. Net
    5. Tassot
    6. Yassot
    7. Illgop
    8. Yaudul
    9. Ahop
    10. Yaul

    Kicks and Foot Techniques

    Hand Techniques

    Stances

    Back stance (L-stance)

    Patterns

      Chon-Ji

      Kibon #2

    1. In sitting (horse riding) stance, perform inward middle block with the left hand.
    2. Perform inward middle block with the left hand.
    3. Pivot to the right, creating a walking (front) stance and perform an inward knife hand strike with the left hand.
    4. Pivot to the left, creating a walking (front) stance and perform an inward knife hand strike with the left hand.
    5. Pivot to the right, creating a leaning walking (front) stance and perform a circular outward low block (left hand) with a knife hand (keep eyes to front).
    6. Pivot to the left, creating a leaning walking (front) stance and perform a circular outward low block (right hand) with a knife hand (keep eyes to front).
    7. Pivot back to setting (horse riding) stance and perform a high punch (eye level) with the left hand.
    8. Perform high punch (eye level) with the right hand.