Won-Hyo was the noted monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in the year 686 AD. (28 movements)
Speed is the travel time of a striking point to the target. Speed is the most essential element of power. Without speed none of the
other elements are useful. You must be relaxed to be fast, both mentally and physically.
Balance is maintaining your center or gravity. The student must remain flexible but stable.
To hold a course of action without giving way. Never stop trying to achieve a goal.
Kicks and Foot Techniques
Side kick from a "bending, guarding" stance
Scissor action downward kick
Jumping back kick (shield)
Crescent kick--outside to inside
Spinning hook kick (360-degree turn)
Circulat middle block/throw
Lunging punch (fixed and L stance)
Knife hand strike, bringing other hand in front of chest
Ridge hand (striking paddle)
Fixed stance: Feet form an "L." This stance has a weight disribution of 50/50, and is slightly longer than an "L" stance (prepare to do
any technique in fixed stance that you perform in "L" stance).
Demonstrate "bending, guarding block."
All previous patterns and kibons
All previous self defense techniques
Against a grab/punch combo
Against a frontal hair grab
One steps (minimum of 4--one with a jumping kick, one with a spinning kick, at least one with an approved takedown)
Free sparring (no contact)
Techniques and number of boards will be determined by the testing board
Plan on being asked to break with any of your required foot techniques