Vocabulary and Knowledge Study Page
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KICKING TERMS (cha-ki)
This represents the summer sun that swelters with the intensity of the flowering arts.
MEANING OF TAE-GEUK POOMSE
Tae-Geuk Poomse #6 (Tae-Geuk Yuk-Jang, 3rd Gup)
Symbol is Kahm, meaning The Water (the origin of life)
Water symbolizes a constant flow and ultimate flexibility. Not only must the techiniques flow but the mind must be flexible as well. The new techniques are: single knife hand section high block, roundhouse kick, palm press block, and pyunhee suhgi (relaxed stance) in the middle of the poomse. Special attention must be made to the foot position right after executing the 2 roundhouse kicks.
All White, Yellow, Green, and Blue belt Vocabulary Sheets.
Poomse: Tae-Geuk #6 / Tae-Geuk Yuk-Jang & Previous Poomses
One Step sparring: #13,14
Kicks: Previous + Above Kicks
Physical: 50 kicks, squats, sit ups, push ups
Board Break: With any above kick or hand technique