Red Tag to Red Belt (3rd Kup to 2nd Kup)

Techniques

Walking stance upset fingertip thrust
L stance pushing block

Kick

Flying front kick (followed by kick flying side kick if advanced)

Pattern

Toi Gye Tul

Sparring

One step sparring flying front kick
One step sparring flying side kick
Free sparring

Destruction

Under 17 and over 40 do not break.

Flying back piercing kick both legs 1 board

Theory

English – Korean

Circular block – Dollimyo magki

Closed ready stance – Moa junbi sogi

Closed stance – Moa sogi

Double forearm block – Do palmok magki

Double forearm low pushing block – Palmok najunde mito magki

Flat fingertip thrust – Opun sonkut tulgi

Front snap kick – Ap cha busigi

Inner forearm block – An palmok magki

Knife hand guarding block – Sonkal dabae magki

Obverse punch -Baro jirugi

Reverse punch -Bandae jirugi

Side back fist strike -Dung joomuck yopdwi taerigi

Twin side elbow strike -Sang yop palkup taerigi

Upset finger tip thrust -Dwijibun sonkut tulgi

Vertical punch -Sewo jirugi

W shaped block -San magki

X fist pressing block -Kyocha koomuck noollo magki

X stance – Kyocho sogi

Application of Technique

Releases from double front throat grab

Releases from double rear throat grab

Pattern: Toi Gye
Meaning:

Is the pen name of the noted scholar Yi Hwang (16th century), an authority on neo Confucianism. The 37 movements of the pattern refer to his birthplace on 37° latitude, the diagram represents ‘scholar’

Pattern Pointers:

Low upset finger tip thrust:
Deliver from slightly closed hand from shoulder line.

Bring the reaction hand (side fist) in front of shoulder of thrusting hand.

High rear back fist strike in movements 3 & 6 of pattern:
Back fist strike is at a 90° angle, shoulders square on. Reaction hand is inside body line.

High rear back fist strike in movement 28 of pattern
Back fist strike is at a 90° angle, body is at a 45° angle. Reaction hand is on body line.

Twin side elbow thrust
Chamber arms in X position in front of solar plexus before delivery.

W shaped block
At the moment of impact fists are on the shoulder line

Low double forearm pushing block
Fix eyes ahead & back straight on delivery

X stance – X fist (Jumping)
Keep back straight fixing eyes towards A

One set of fast movements on movements 10 & 11
Three slow movements on movements 3, 6 & 12
One set of continuous movements 7 & 8
Set of stamping movements 13 to 18

One Step Sparring (Ilbo Matsoki)

In all cases the attacker lines up and attacks from the ready stance. The attack is a middle section obverse punch in all cases and is repeated on each side.

As the attack sequence is identical throughout 1 step sparring, only the defense movements are documented.

The Attacker is positioned at A facing the Defender at B.

Number 9 – Jump Front Snap

1. Slide on a 45 degree angle toward B assuming L stance whilst executing a forearm guarding block.
niunja so kaunde bakuro bakat palmok magki
2. Counter attack with a high flying front kick landing in L stance guarding block.
Twimyo ap cha busigi

Number 10 – Jump Side Kick

1. Slide on a 45 degree angle toward B assuming L stance whilst executing a forearm guarding block. niunja so kaunde bakuro bakat palmok magki
2. Counter attack with a high flying side kick landing in L stance guarding block.
Twimyo yop cha jirugi

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