BLACK BELT 1ST DEGREE TO BLACK BELT 2ND DEGREE

TEST REQUIREMENTS

(Children and Adults)

-PHASE 1-

DEFINITION:

Signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control and guarding the opponent to stay away.

PATTERN OR POOMSE:

KWANG-GAE (39 movements) is named after the famous Gwang-Gae-Toh-Wang, the 19th King of the Koguryo Dynasty, who regained all the lost territories including the greater part of Manchuria. The diagram (±) represents the expansion and recovery of lost territory. The 39 movements refer to the first two figures of 391 A.D., the year he came to the throne.

KICKING TECHNIQUES:

  •  Flying Double Side Kick
  •  Pressing Kick

FOUR DIRECTIONAL KICK COMBINATIONS:

  • Low block – Front snap kick – Middle Punch

FOOT SPARRING:

Attack_______________________________________Counter Attack

  •  Right front snap kick                                                                          Right Checking Kick
    Right Foot Thrusting Kick
  • Right Front Snap Kick                                                                         Left Crescent Kick

Right High Turning Kick

Sparring:

  •  Bag Work
  •  Target Training
  •  Free Sparring

Pre-Arranged Sparring (One Step Free Sparring):

1. X: Right walking stance front middle punch
Y: Left walking stance outward knife hand block, then, high stationary reverse punch

PUNCHES AND BLOCKS (STANCES):

  •   Parallel Stance with Heaven Hand
  •  Rear Foot Stance Knife-Hand High Guarding Block
  •  Walking Stance Upset Punch
  •  Closed stance side fist downward strike
  •  Close Stance Knife-Hand Low Front Block (circular motion)

Theory:

Responsible for all previous theory and definitions. Must be able to articulate and demonstrate teaching, coaching, judging/refereeing and competition principles. Must know all stances and practical application of all attacking tools.

Breaking:

(Techniques will vary)

Self Defence:

(Movements and Applications)

Other:

Physical Fitness Test  (flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular)

Extra-curricular Activities (achievements, tournaments, seminars)

-PHASE 2-

Definition:

Signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control and guarding the opponent to stay away.

Pattern or Poomse:

PO-EUN (36 movements) is the pseudonym of a loyal subject Chong Mong-Chu (1400) who was a famous poet and whose poem “I would not serve a second master though I might be crucified a hundred times” is known to every Korean. He was also a pioneer in the field of physics. The diagram ( – ) represents his unerring loyalty to the king and country towards the end of the Koryo Dynasty.

Kicking Techniques:

  •  Flying Double Turning Kick
  •  Flying Twin Side Kick

Four Directional Kick Combinations:

  1. High Rising block – Side piercing kick – Inner Forearm Middle Block

Foot Sparring:

Attack_____________________________Counter Attack

1. Left Front Snap Kick                                                                Right Outward Crescent Kick

Left Side Piercing Kick

Sparring:

  • Bag Work
  • Target Training
  • Free Sparring

Pre-Arranged Sparring (One Step Free Sparring):

X: Stationary reverse rising block with knifehand, then, front snap kick with left foot

Y: Stationary low knifehand block, then, front snap kick and high reverse punch

Punches and Blocks (Stances):

  • Sitting Stance Angle Punch
  • Sitting Stance Forfeits Pressing Block
  • One-Leg Stance
  • Sitting Stance Inner Forearm Wedging Block
  • Sitting Stance Reverse Elbow Thrust
  • Sitting Stance Horizontal Punch
  • X-Stance Forearm Low Front Block
  • L-Stance Reverse U-Shape Block
  • Close Stance Twin Side Elbow Thrust
  • Sitting Stance Reverse Knife-Hand Guarding Block

Theory:

Responsible for all previous theory and definitions.  Must be able to articulate and demonstrate teaching coaching, judging/refereeing and competition  principles.  Must know all stances and practical applications and all attacking tools.

Breaking:

(Techniques may vary)

Self Defence:

(Movements and Applications)

Other:

Physical Fitness ( flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular)

Extra-Carricular Activities (achievements, tournaments, seminars)

-PHASE 3-

Definition:

Signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control and guarding the opponent to stay away.

Pattern or Poomse:

GE-BAEK (44 movements) is named after GE-BAEK, a great general in the Baek Je Dynasty (660 A.D.).  The diagram (I) represents his severe and strict military discipline.

Kicking Techniques:

  • Jumping Press Kick
  • Checking Kick

Four Directional Kick Combinations:

Twin Knife Hand Block-Turning Round House Kick-Twin Forearm Block

Foot Sparring:

                        Attack_____________________________Counter-Attack

                        Right Side Piercing Kick                                            Left Inward Crescent Kick

                                                                                                                Right Jumping 180 degree Side Piercing Kick

Sparring:

  • Bag Work
  • Target Training
  • Free Sparring

Punches and Blocks (Stances):

  • Double Arc-Hand High Block
  • Sitting Stance Scooping Block
  • Sitting Stance 9-Shape Block
  • L-Stance Middle Knuckle Fist Punch
  • X-Stance Double Forearm Block

Theory:

Responsible for all previous theory and definitions.  Must be able to articulate and demonstrate teaching coaching, judging/refereeing and competition  principles.  Must know all stances and practical applications and all attacking tools.

Breaking:

(Techniques may vary)

Self Defence:

(Movements and Applications)

Other:

Physical Fitness ( flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular)

Extra-Carricular Activities (achievements, tournaments, seminars)