Vocabulary and Knowledge Study Page
Double Click (slowly) the arrow to hear Master Shin pronounce the Korean word
KICKING TERMS (cha-ki)
This is the color of youth, ambition, and rapid growth. The seedling is now reaching for the blueness of the sky.
MEANING OF TAE-GEUK POOMSE
Tae-Geuk Poomse #4 (Tae-Geuk Sah-Jang, 5th Gup)
Symbol is Jin, meaning Thunder, the undeniable power and dignity of the space.
There are more advanced movements in this poomse. These movements are double knife hand blocks, fingertip thrust, knife hand strike, consecutive side kicks, and cross stance back fist. To prepare for the Gyorooki (sparring practice), there are more transitional movements to help you improve correct body shifting and coordination.
All White, Yellow, and Green belt Vocabulary Sheets
Poomse: Tae-Geuk #4 / Tae-Geuk Sahn-Jang & Previous Promises
One Step sparring: #9,10
Kicks: Previous + Above Kicks
Physical: 25 kicks, squats, sit ups, push ups
Board Break: With any above kick or hand technique