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ENCYCLOPEDIA

OF
TAEKWON-DO

GEN. CHOI HONG HI

VOLUME XV
TABLE OF CONTENTS
( Mokcha)

TE N ETS OF TA EKWO N- DO 8
EXP LA NATION OF TE NETS 9
PAITE RNS . . . . . . . . 12

Interpretation of Patterns 14
GENERAL I NFO RMATIO N . 19
PA TTE RW SO -SA N 29
AD DITIONAL TECHNI Q UES FOR
PATTERN SO -SAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
A DDITIONAL TECH NIQU ES FOR
PATTERN SE-J ONG . . . . .. . 179
PAITERN SE-JO NG . 185
A DDI TIONAL TECHN IQUES FOR
PAITERN TONG -I L . . . . . . . . . . 239
PATTERN TONG -IL . . • ' 281
SYNOPSI S . . . . . . 368
T~P"on-Do
in r loinese Ch aracter

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TaeP On-Oo
in Kor~an Cbt.rt.ciU
..,..si! • s

GEN. CHOI HONG HI


President

International Taekwon-Do Federation


THE TENETS OF TAEKWON-00
(Taekwon -Do Jungshin)

TAE KWON - 00 AIMS TO AC HIEVE

Courtesy (Ye Vi)


Integ rity (Yom Chi)
Perseverance (In Nae) I
Self- Control (Guk Gi)
Indomitable Sp irit
(Baekjul Boolgool)

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EXPLANATION OF TENETS

Needless tO say, the success or failure of Taekwon - Do trainrng depends


largely on how one observes and implements the tenets of Taekwon- Do which
should serve as a guide for all serious students of the an.

COURTESY (Ye Ui)


Taekwon -Do students should attempt to practise the following elements
of counesy to build up their noble character and to cond uct the training in an
orderly manner as well.

1) To promote the spirit of mutual concessions


2) To be ashamed of one's vices. contempting those of others
3) To be pol ite to one another
4) To encourage the sense of just ice and humanity
5) To distinguish instructor from student. senior from junior. and elder
from younger
6) To behave oneself according to etiquene
7) To respect others' possesions
8) To handle matters with fairness and sincerity
9) To refrain from giving or accepting any gift when in doubt

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INTEGRITY (Yom Chi)

In Taekwon - Do, the word integrity assumes a looser definition than the
one usually presented in We bster's dictionary. One must be able to define tight
and wrong, and have the conscience, if wrong, to feel guilt. Listed are some
examples, where integrity is lacking:
1. The instructor who misrepresents himself and his art by presenting
improper techniques to his students because of a lack of knowledge or
apathy.
2. The student who misrepresents himself by "fixing" breaking materials
before demonstrations.
3. The instructor who camouflages bad techniques with luxurious
training halls and false flattery to his students.
4. The student who requests rank from an instructor, or attempts to
purchase it.
5. The student who gains rank for ego purposes or the feeling of power.
6. The instructor that teaches and promotes his art for materialistic gains.
7. The student whose actions do not live up the words.
8. The student who feels ashamed to seek opinions from his juniors.

PERSEVER AN CE (In Nae)

There is an old Oriental saying, "Patience leads to virtue or merit" "One


can make a peaceful home by being patient for 100 times." Certainly,
happiness and prosperity are most likely brought to the patient person. To
achieve something, whether it is a higher degree or the perfection of a
technique, one must set his goal, then constantly persevere. Robert Bruce
learned his lesson of perseverance from the persistant efforts of a lowly spider.
lt was this perseverance and tenacity that finally enabled him to free Scotland
in the fourteenth century. One of the most important secrets in becoming a
leader of Taekwon-Do is to overcome every difficulty by perseverance.
Confucious said; "one who is impatient in trivial matters can seldom
achieve success in matters of great importance."

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SELF-CO NTROL (Guk Gi)

This tenet is extremely important inside and


outside the do jang, whether conducting oneself in r
free sparring or in one's personal affairs. A loss of self -
control In free sparring can prove disasterous to both
student and opponent. An inabi lity to Jive and work
within one's capability or sphere is also a lack of self-
control.
According to Lao -Tzu "the term of stronger is the
person who w ins over oneself rather than someone
elsa."

JNOOMITABLE SPIRIT (Baekju!Boolgool)

" Here lie 300, who did their duty," a simple


epitaph for one of the greatest acts of courage known
to mankind.
Although facing the superior forces of Xerxes,
Leonidas and his 300 Spartan.s at Thermopylae
showed the world the meaning of indomitable spirit. Jt
is shown when a courageous person and his prin-
ciples are pitted against overwhelming odds.
A serious student of Taekwon- Do will at all times
be modest and honest If confronted with injustice. he
w ill deal with the belligerent without any fear or
hesitation at all, with indomitable sp irit, regardless of
whosoeller and however many the number may be.
Confucius declared, " it is an act of cowardice to ..P'u nue ooe:'a own roal''
fail to Speak out against injustice."
As history has proven those who have pursued
their dreams earnestly and strenuously with indomit-
able spirit have never failed to achieved their goals.

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PATTERNS (Tul)

The ancient law in the Orient was similar to the law of Hamurabi. "an eye
for an eye. a tooth for a tooth," and was rigorously enforced even if death was
caused accidentally.
In this type of environment, and since the present system of free sparring
had not yet been developed. it was impossible for a student of the martial arts to
practise or test his individual skill of attack and defense against actua l moving
opponents.
Individual advancement was certa inly hindered until an imagi native
practitioner created the first patterns.
Patterns are various fundamental movements, most of wh ich represent
either attack or defense techniques. set to a fixed and logical sequence.
The student systematically deals w ith several imaginary opponents under
various assumptions, using every available attacking and blocking tool from
different directions. Thus pattern practice enables the student to go through
many fu ndamental movements in series, to develop sparring techniques.
improve flexibility of movements, master body shifting, build muscles and
breath control. develop fluid and smooth motions, and gain rythmical
movements.
lt also enables a student to acquire certain special techniques which
cannot be obtained from either fundamental exerc ises or sparring. In short, a
pattern can be compared with a unit tactic or a word, if fundamental movement
is an individual so ldier's training or alphabet. Accordingly, pattern, the ledger
of every movement. is a series of sparring, power tests. feats and characteristic
beauty.
Though sparri ng may merely indicate th at an opponent is more or less
advanced. patterns are a more critical barometer in eva luating an individual's
technique.
The fol lowing points should be considered wh ile performing patterns:
1. Pattern should begin and end at exactly the same spot. This will
indicate the performer's accuracy.

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2. Correct posture and facing must be maintained at all times.
3. Muscles of the body should be either tensed or relaxed at the proper
critical moments in the exe rc ise .
4. The exercise should be performed in a rhythm ic movement with an
absence of stiffness.
5. Movement should be accelerated or decelerated according to the
instructions in this book.
6. Each pattern shou ld be perfected before moving to the next.
7. Students shou ld know the purpose of each movement.
8 . Students should perform each movement w ith realism.
9 . Attack and defense techniques should be equally distributed among
right and left hands and feet.

All patterns in this book are performed under the assumption the student is
facing "0" (see pattern diagrams) .
There are a tota l of twenty-four patterns in Taekwon - Do.
The reason for 24 Patterns:
The life of a human being, perhaps 100 years, can be considered as a day
w hen compared w ith eternity. Therefore, we morta ls are no more than simple
travellers who pass by the eternal years of an aeon in a day.
lt is evident that no one can live more than a limited amount of time.
Nevertheless, most people foolishly enslave themselves to materialism as if
they cou ld live for thousands of years. And some people strive to bequeath a
good spiritual legacy for coming generations. in this way, gaining immortality.
Obviously, the spirit is perpetual while material is not. Therefore, what we can
do to leave behind something for the welfare of mankind is, perhaps, the most
important thing in our lives.
Here I leave Taekwon-Do for mankind as a trace of man of the late 20th
century.
The 24 patterns represent 24 hours, one day, or all my life.

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THE INTERPRETATIONS OF PATfERNS

The name of the pattern, the number of movements, and the diagrammatic
symbol of each pattern symbol izes either heroic figu res in Korean history or
instances relating to historical events.

CHON -JI: means literally " the Heaven the Earth" . lt is. in the Orient,
interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of
human history, therefore, it is the initial pattern played by the
beginner. This pattern consists of two similar parts; o ne to
represent the Heaven and the other the Earth.
DAN -GUN: is named after the holy Dan -Gun, the legendary fo under of
Korea in the year of 2.333 B.C.
DO-SAN: is the pseudonym of the patriot Ahn Chang - Ho (1876-1938).
The 24 movements represent his entire life which he devoted to
fu rth ering the educat ion of Korea and its independence
movement.
WO N -HYO: was the noted monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla
Dynasty in the year of 686 A. D.
YUL -GOK: is the pseudonym of a great philosopher and scho lar Yi I (1536-
1584) nicknamed the "Confucius of Korea". The 38 movements
of this pattern refer to his birthplace on 380 latitude and the
diagram (±) represents "scholar".
JOONG-G UN: is named after the patriot Ahn Joong-Gun who assassinated
Hiro-Bumi Ita, the first Japanese governor-general of Korea,
known as the man who played the leading part in the Korea-
Japan merger. There are 32 movements in this pattern to
represent M r. Ahn 's age when he was executed at Lui- Shung
prison (1910) .
TOI-GYE: 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 birth place on 370 latitude, the d iagram H-)
represents "scholar".

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HWA -RANG : is named after the Hwa-Rang youth group w hich originated in
the Silla Dynasty in the early 7th century. The 29 movements
refer to the 29th Infantry Division, where Taekwon-Do de-
veloped into maturity.
CHOONG - MOO: was the name given to the great Admiral Yi Soon-Sin of the Yi
Dynasty. He was reputed to have invented the f irst armoured
banleship ( Kobukson) in 1592, wh ich is sa id to be the precursor
of the present day submarine. The reason why this pat1ern ends
with a left hand anack is to symbol ize his regrettable death,
having no chance to show his unrestrained potentiality checked
by the forced reservation of his loyalty to the king .
KWANG -GAE: is named after the famous Gwang-Gae-Toh -Wang, the 19th
Kin g 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 fiqures of 391 A.D .• the year
he came to the throne.
PO-EU N: 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 thoug h I might be crucified a hundred t imes·· is
known to every Korean. He was also a pioneer in the field of
physics. The diagram (-) represe nts his unerring loyalty to the
king and country towards the end of the Koryo Dynasty.
GE -BAEK: is named after Ge-Baek, a great general in t he Baek Je Dynasty
(660 A.D.) . The diagram (I) represents his severe and strict
military d iscipline.
EUI-AM: is the pseudo nym of Son Byong Hi, leader of the Ko rean
independence movement on March 1, 1919. Th e45 movements
refer to his age when he changed the name of Dong Hak
(Oriental Culture) to Chondo Kyo (Heavenly Way Religion) in
1905. The diagram (I) represents his indomitable spirit, dis-
pl ayed while dedicating himself to the prosperity of his nation.

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CHOONG-JANGjs the pseudonym given to General Kim Duk Ryang who lived
during the Yi Dynasty, 14th century. This pattern ends w ith a
left-hand attack to symbolize the tragedy of his death at 27 in
prison before he was able to reach full maturity.
JUCHE: is a philosophical idea that man is the master of everything and
decides everything, in other words, the idea that man is the
master of the world and his own destiny. i t is said that this idea
was rooted in Baekdu Mountain which symbolizes the spirit of
the Korean people. The diagram (W) represents Baekdu
Mountain.
SAM-IL: denotes the historical date of the independence movement of
Korea which began throughout the country on March 1, 1919.
The 33 movements in the pattern stand for the 33 patriots who
planned the movement.
YOO-SIN: is named after General Kim Yoo Sin, a commanding general
during the Silla Dynasty. The 68 movements refer to the last two
f igures of 668 A.D .• the year Korea was united. The ready
posture signifies a sword drawn on the right rather than left side,
symbolizing Yoo Sin's mistake of following his king's orders to
fight with foreign forces against his own nation.
CHOI-YONG: is named after General Choi Yong, Premier and Commander-in-
Chief of the Armed forces during the 14th century Koryo
Dynasty. Choi Yong was greatly respected for his loyalty,
patriotism, and humility. He was executed by his subordinate
commanders headed by General Yi Sung Gae. who later
become the first king of the Yi Dynasty.
YON -GAE: is named after a famous general during the Koguryo Dynasty,
Yon Gae Somoon. The 49 movements refer to the last two
figures of 649 A.D., the year he forced the Tang Dynasty to quit
Korea after destroying nearly 300,000 of their troops at Ansi
Sung.

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UL-JI: is named after general UI-Ji Moon Dok who successfully
defended Korea against a Tang's invasion force of nearly one
million soldiers led by Yang Je in 612 A .D.. UI-Ji employing hit
and run g uerilla tactics, was able to decimate a large percentage
of the force. The diagram CU represents his surname. The 42
movements represents the author's age when he designed the
pattern.
MOON-MOO: honors the 30th king of the Silla Dynasty. His body was buried
near Dae Wang Am (Great King's Rock) . According to his will.
the body was placed in the sea "Where my soul shall forever
defend my land against the Japanese." lt is said that the Sok Gul
Am (Stone Cave) was built to guard his tomb. The Sok Gul Am
is a fine example of the culture of the Silla Dynasty. The 61
movements in th is pattern symbolize the last two figures of 661
A .D. when Moon Moo came to the throne.
SO -SAN: is the pseudonym of the great monk Choi Hyong Ung (1520-
1604) during the Yi Dynasty. The 72 movements refer to his age
when he organized a corps of monk soldiers with the assistance
of his pupil Sa M yung Dang. The monk soldiers helped repulse
the J apanese pirates who overran most of the Korean peninsula
in 1592.
SE-JONG: is named after the greatest Korean king, Se-Jong, who invented
the Korean alphabet in 1443, and was also a noted meteorol-
ogist. The diagram (% ) represents the king, while the 24
movements refer to the 24 letters of the Korean alphabet.
TONG -IL: denotes the resolution of the unification of Korea which has
been divided since 1945. The diagram (I) symbolizes the
homogenous race.

Since each pattern has a close relationship with the fundamental excercise,
students, therefore, should practice the patterns accord ing to the following
graduation to attain the maximum results with the least effort.

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NAME OF TUL RANK ORDER OF BELT

CHON -JI . . . .. .
. 9TH GUP . ...
' . . WHITE/YELLOW STRIPE
DAN-GUN . . . •. . . 8TH GUP . . . . . . . YELLOW
DO-SAN . . . . . . . . .
7TH GUP . . . . . . YELLOW/GREEN STRIPE
WON-HYO . . .. .. 6TH GUP • • 0 • • • • GREEN
YUL-GOK . . .. . . . 5TH GUP . . . . . . . GREEN/BLUE STRIPE
JOONG-GUN . . . . . 4TH GUP . . . . . . . BLUE
TOI -GYE . . . . . . . . 3RD GUP ..• •. .. BLUE/RED STRIPE
HWA-RANG ... ... 2ND GUP . . . . . . . RED
CHOONG-MOO ... 1ST GUP. . . . •. .. RED/BLACK STRIPE

KWANG-GAE
PO -EUN . . . . . . . . 1ST DAN . . . • . . . BLACK
GE-BAEK

EUI-AM
CHOONG-JANG ... 2ND DAN . . . • .. . BLACK
JUCHE

SAM-IL
YOO- SIN 3RD DAN . . . • . . . BLACK
CHOI -YONG

YONG -GAE
UL-JI. . . . . . . . . . 4TH DAN . . . . . . . BLACK
MOON-MOO

SO -SAN . . . . • . . . 5TH DAN . . . • . . . BLACK


SE-JONG
TONG-IL. .. . • . .. 6TH DAN ... . .. . BLACK

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GENERAL INFORMATI ON
The purpose of this volume is to teach the beginner students (1Oth grade
to 7th grade) to perform their patterns with effective technique and realistic
feeling. The student is. therefore. advised to pay special attention to the correct
execution and application of each movement before he attempts to practise his
pattern.
Obviously, the pattern cannot be performed correctly without sufficient
knowledge of the fundame ntal movements involved. The student should refer
to the relevant volume in this encyclopedia for more detailed information on
each motion. Th is book is also strongly recommended as a review for all levels
advanced beyond this stage.
The illustrations for all 24 of the patterns contained in th is encyclopedia
assume that the student is standing on line AB and facing D.

LEGEND:

f - present foot position with the exception of " Previous Posture"

rr - Previous foot position

~ - heel slightly off the ground

1' - direction of foot travel


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" Previous Posture" -posture of immediate preceding movement
"Other V iew" -view of posture from the opposite side
"Front View" - the performer's front
"Top View" - reader's view from the top
"to A,B ,C, ...etc." -directio n of attack or block to A.B.C, ...etc.
"toward A. B,C, ...etc." -direction of stance toward A,B,C, ...etc.
"Front f oot" - refers to the foot which is advanced to the
front.
"Rear foot" - refers to the foot which is placed at the rear.
"left chest" - refers to the left half of the chest.
"Right chest" - refers to the right half of the chest.
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IMPORTANT:
Due to t h.e distortion of distance apparent in photographs, t he angle of
the feet in stances may appear slightly out of position. T he student,
t herefore, is encouraged to refer to the feet illustrations rather t han the
photograph itself.

PuaUel stance

Sittin~ g.t,ancc

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Walking Stance (Gunnun Sogi)

Fron& View
Back \"iow

L-Stance (Niunja Sogi)

Ba<~k View

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ADDITIONAL TECHNIQUES
FOR
PATTERN SO-SAN

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Rear Foot lant-e Foream1 Hi~th Cuardin~~: Block
(/Jwitlxtl So Palmol: Nopundt /)acbi N okgi)

Sid• View

Walking ·cance Middle Verlical Punch


(flunnrw So Kartnde Sttt"O J irugi)

TI1e thumb reaches lhe same


le•·•l• a.• l!Oiar plexus or the
aUIWk~r.

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Walkin,; St.ance Inner Forurm Middle , ide Fron~ Block
(f:um"'n So A11paluwL· Kuut~d~ rw._,,, .lloktJi)

Front View

Flying Front Kick ('l'wim.IJQ AI' ('huyi)

Side View

f'ronc \'iew

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Forward llouble Step- Slide Turning
( Apuro Jbo Omgyo Didigo .i!ikulm!IO Dolyi)

J<'rom a Ri~ht Walking Slaocc From a Right L-Stanoo

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Walking St:mce Knife-Band High Inward Strike
(nurmw1 ilfl Son~·a/ Nopun dt .4~tum 'f'arriyi)

Pront V"tew Side View

Walking Stance Back Fist Reverse Fron t Strike


(Gunmm So Dun(! J oomuk B all(/ae A7J 'f'aerigi)

Frona. Vi.-w

Side y;.,..

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DIAGRAM ( Yon Moo Son)

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~!<lady Pos~ure

Close ready slam., A toward D

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I. Slide to C to form a right rear foot st.ance toward D while
executing a high guarding block to D with the forearm.

I
I
I

\!1D
Righ' rear foot stance fonlarm
high guardin~ block toward D.

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AppJication

Side View

Top View

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2. Execule a midd le vertical punch to D with the right fisl
while forming a left walking stance toward D, sl.ipping tl•e
left foot.

Left walk.iJl3 •tanl'e n1kldle verlica1


punch with the right r.. t l.oward D.
Previous Posture

App~cation

Side View

Side View

'~ I

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3. Slide oo C, forming a left rear foot stance ooward D while
executing a high guarding block oo D with the forearm.

I
I
I
I

'' I
\
\
\
\
\
\
'D
Len rear foot seance forearm
high guatding blook toward D.

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Previous Poshtre

t\
I
I
I

'D

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4. ExecutA~ a middle vertical punch to 0 with the lefl.fisLwhilo
forming a right walking stance toward D, ~lip ping the right
foot

Right walking stance middle vertical


punr.h wilh lhe left list toward D.

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Previous Posture

l
\

Side View

Oc.her View

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5. Execute a high side block to BC with the right lmife-hand
while forming a left walking stance toward BC.

(.et\ walking &lance hi~h side block wilh


lhe rigM knife -hand &ow&nl BC.

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.(pplication

Pre\iou.s Posture

Side View
K<q> bolh beds sli~hlly
off lhe ~tround.

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6. Execute a midc!Je punch to BD with ihe left lis' while
forming a sitting stance toward BD.
Perform 5 and 6 in a fast mo,ion.

Sitting &tanee middle punch with


lhe lefi fi&l toward BD.

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Previous P~lu:re

. .1

Keep h<ollo heel• •ll~hlly


on· the ground.

Side v;.,.

Application

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7. Execute a hi&h side block 10 D wilh lhe lefi knife-hand
while forming a ri&M walk in& ! l&nClll t<Jward D.

Ri«bt wlllkin& olan.., hi&b oide bloek


'l'ilh the left knife-band toward D.

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Applicalion

Previous Posture

01hcr View

Keep bolh heels stighlly


off the ,;round.

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8. Execute a middle p unch to UD will• the right fist while
forming a sitting stance toward BD.
Perform 7 and 8 in a fast motion.

SiUio& st.anr.e middJe punch with


the ri!bl fi~t toward BD.

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Previous Posture

'

AppliClOROD

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9. Move tbe right foot to C, turning clockwise to form a
parallel stance towacd A while execuling a hori2ont&l
strike with a IWin knife -hand.

I
....
11
I
I

I
/~
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
~I

Parallel s"nce toward A wit.h a 'win


knife·hand hori7.ontal .st.rikt .

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Application

Top View
Front. Vic.w

.I
~
I
I
I
~

I
...
10. Execute a middle side piercing kick to C with the right
foo~, keeping th e position of lhe hands as they were in 9.

Middle •ide piercin& kick lo C


wilb the richl foot

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Applieatioo

Previous Posture

t'ron> View

Front View

--

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11. Execute a middle turning kick to D with the right foot.
Perform 10 and 11 in a consecutive kick.

M;ddle side piercing kick tc D


with the right foo~

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Appl.iu&ion

Previous Pooiwe

""ont View

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12. Lower the right foot to Din a jumping motion to form a
right X-slanoe toward BD while executing a high side
strike lo D with the right back fist and bringing the left
finger belly to the r ight side fist.

Reght X-$ta.IIOO toward DD with a right.


back f"'l high oido sh-ikc 10 D.

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Applic,.tion

Pt-evious Posture

Top View

Other \'~w

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13. !'tlove the left foot to C, forming a parallel stance toward B
while executing a horizontal stri.ke with a twin knife-
hand.

l'araUcl Jt.auce LOward R with a twin


lmifo-band horiwnlal sk"iko.
Prc'''ious Posture

Bad v;.,w

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14. Execute a middle side piercing kick to C with the Ien foot,
keeping the position of the bands as they were in 13.

Middle side piereio' ltiok 10 0


with the lefl foot.

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Applicaliou

Pteviow Posture

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15. Execute a middle turning kick to D with the left foot.
Perform 14 and IS in a consecutive kick.

&liddle turning kick to I)


with lhe Ion foot.

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Applieat.ioo
Previous Posture

Side View

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16. Lower the left foo& w Din a jumping motion, forming a
len X -stance roward AD while executing a high side slrikc
ro D with the left back fist and bringing the right finger
beUy ro lhe left side fist.

Loft X-stance toward AD with a left


baek fut hlgb side strike oo D.

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Previou$ Po$tU.rt

Side. View

.i

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17. Move the left foot to A, forming a right I.-stance toward
A while executing a low punch to A with a left double list.

Ri~bt L·slanco low punch wilb


a left double fin toward A.

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J'ronL View

PrevioUJ Post-ure

n.1

Application

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18. Bring the right palm on the left forefist and then twist
them counter -clockwise until the left back fist faces
downward while forming a left wal.k ing stance toward A,
slipping the left foot.
Perform in a releasing motion .

Previous Po~ture

t..en walking stauoe releasing


motion toward A .

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Application

..

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Fron' View

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19. Execute a high punch t.o A with the righ~ fist while
main~ining a left walking stance t.oward A.

Left walkinK stance high puooh


wh.h the ri~ht fls1. lowvd A.

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Appli<Uition

Yronl- \'iew

Keep lhe ri~bl heel oli3hdy


PreviouJ Po11ur:e on·1he ground.

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20. Move 'he lcn foo' on line AB to form a IeO L·sU nce
toward R while excc:u~ a low punch 10 0 with a rigM
double r.u.

LtR- L·sl&n<e low punch willl


o rishl double fu~ loward 8 .

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~vious Posture

-~ --~ -r
Ke<p <he lefl heel sligb lly
off the ground .

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21. Bring the lefl palm on the right forefisl, and then twisl
them clockwise unlil th e right baek fist faees downward
while forming a right walking stanee toward B, slipping
the right fool. Perform in a releasing morion.

Ris;b' walk-in~ lUance releasin&


molioo c.owud B.

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reviou& Potture

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Applicalioo

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22. Execute a high punch to B with the left. fist while
maintaining a right walking st•noe toward B.

Rigbl walking Olance high punch


wif.h lhe left tisl lowanl B.

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Application

Keep the lef• bool sli~hlly


l ...t:,·ious .Posture off the ground.

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23. Slide to 8 to form 11 r ight L-slllnce to ward 8 while
executing an upl!et punch lo B wilh the right middle
knuckle fist and bringing the left side fllit in front of the
rig M shoulder.

Rl~hl L-tl&oce middle punch wilh !110


ri&hl middle hurkle liaiiOword B.

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Fron1 View

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24. Execute a &onl strike to B with the right. back fis' while
forming a left walking slance toward B, slipping ibe rigb'
fool.

ufl walking stance front. otrike


with lh• ri~b< book r... to,.•arc! B.

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Fr-ont View

Applit'aliQn

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25. Slide to A, turning clockwise to form a left L·st.ance
toward A while execu~ing an upset punch to A with ~he
left middle knuckle fist and bringing the r ight side fist in
front of the left shoulder.

Lefl L·$1.ance middle punch wilh a l•fl


middle knuckle fist t<>ward A.

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Applir..atiou

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!6. Execute a fron~ strike w A, wilh lbo left back fisL while
focming a r ight walking stance toward A, slipping lhe left
foot.

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Ri~hl walkifll s-&anc.:e £rout. strike


wilh a lel\ back lis< lowonl A.

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Top View

Previous Poature

83
~7. Move t.he lefL foot to D, formin~ a righl
walking ready stance toward C.

Ri&h• "·alki~ r<~~ •'*o""


co"•ard C.

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Previoas Posture

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!8. J ump lo execute a Oying front snap
kick 1o C wii!J I!Je r igM foot.

Flyln,t; Crootooap kidt 10 C


with the ri,ht rool.

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Applicalion

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29. Land to C, forming a left L -stance toward C while executing
a middle guarding block to C with a knife-hand.

Lefl L·otanee kulfe.barul mXIdle


!uuding block lowud C.

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Application

Previou$ Posture

Top VIew

Side Vlew

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30. Move lhe righl foo~ to 0 to form a lefl walking stance
toward C while executing a higb front block with !·h e r ight
forearm.

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f.efl. walking ~Lance toward C wi$h
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Application

Previous Poau1re

Side \'iew

O&her View

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31. Exec ute a middle punch to C with the lef' fist while shifting
to C, mainlaining a left walking slanoe toward D C.

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Lefl walldn& ttance mlddle puJ>oo
... ith the le.n roo. toward c.

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32. Turn clockwise, pivoliog with the left foot to form a. right
walking sronce t.ow:ll'·d D while exoouling a high front
block wiClt the left forea.rm.

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Right wolking Stonoo high front block
with a let\ fore~trm toward 0

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33. Executa a middle punch to 0 wilh lhe ri~thl fisl while
shifting to D, maintaining a right walking staooc toward
D.

R.i&h1. walkin& aa&r.oe middle puot:b


wilh lhe ri&bt fin toward D.

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Previous Po1m:are

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34. Execute a middle block to BD with a double arc-hand
while forming a left walking ~lance tuwanl 8 (' and
looking through the hands.

Lell walkint; soan.. "'""'"' BC whh a


double an:·hand middle bl~k to 80.

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K1•op both heels slightly


ofT 1lw xromul.

Tnp View

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35. Execute a high inward st..ike to BC wilb the right knife-
band and bringing the left side fist in front of Uoe right
shoulder while maintaining a left walking stance toward
BC.

Len walking sl4ucc high inw&rd strike


wilh lhe ri~hl knlfe-band toward BC.

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Application

PreviOUJ Poit.ure

Keep the ri~h1 heel slightly


off lhe ground.

Top View

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36. Execute a circular block t.O BD with lhe Jell. inner foreacm
while forming a righL walk:in& s&ancc &owanl D.

W~ht walking stance to•rud D with o Ion


innu fO<t!&rm circular blo<!k10 BD.

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Previous P~lu.re

K..,p bulh heels •iigluly


oil' lbe t;round.

Side View

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37. Execute a high punch lo D wilh the right list while
maintaining a right walking stance low&rd D.

Right walkin~ stance high pu•oclt


,•.,;c.ta che ris:bt rl$&. toward D.

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Previous Posture

Sido View

Keep lhe le!\ heel sli~hlly


off the ground,

105
38. Execute a low fron~ suap kick w D with the lefl foo~.
keeping lhe position of lho hands as they were in 37.

Low fronl •nap kiek 10 D wi1h !be left fool.

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Previous Post.ure

Side View

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89. Lower the left foo' to D, forming a left. walkinr; s&anoe
toward D while executing a middle punch to D with 'be
lefl fist

L..rt walkin& •la•>M middle pWlch


wilh lbe ldt fist toward D.

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Application

Previous Poslure

Side View

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109
40. Execute & middle punch to D with the right lis~ while
maintaining a lefl walking stance toward D.
Perform 39 and 40 in a fast motion.

Lel\ walking nane<! middle punch


whb the right fist. t<•wanl D.

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PrevioUJ Poslu:re

J Keep lhe rigbL heel slighlly


off lhe ""unci.

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111
41. ExecutA! a rising block with an X-lmife-hand while
maintaining a Ien walking stance wward D.

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Left walkin,; st.anoe t.oward D with
an X-knife.barul rising block.

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AppUcalion

Prcriou Posture

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oil' lhe sound.

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(2. Execute a rruddle block to AD with a double arc-hand
while formin' a right wallring stance toward AC and
looking throu'b the bands.

Right walltiu' I!ILaUct! «)ward AC with a


double urn-hand middle block lo AD.

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Applica&ion

Previous Poe:tur·e

K..,p boUo beet• •tightJy


off the ground.

Back View

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43. Execuw a high inward ~trike to AC with the left knife·
hand and bringing the right side fist in front of the lefl.
shoulder while maintaining a right walking stance
toward AC.

Righl walki"' o1anoo bl~b inward strike


wilh lbe leR knire-hand coward AC.

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Pre'-iuu.~ Pos&ure

Kotp lhe Ion heel sligblly


oR' lhe ~ound.

BA<k View
117
44. Execute a circular blook to AD with lhe ri.u:ht inner
forearm while forming a left. walking stance toward D.

l..eft walkin~t tlance toward D with a right


i.nner rore.arm circular block to AD.

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Prflviou.a Po~lu.re

Keep both becb sligbt.ly


off the ground.

Application

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119
45. Execute a high punch to D with lhe lefllisl while main-
tanining a left walking stance toward D.

I.e(l walking stance high punch


wilh lbe le!\ 6sl toward D.

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Previous Poauue

Keep lhe righl but slighlly


of the ground.

Side Vjew

Applica1ion

Side View

121
46. Execule a low front snap kick to D with the right foo~.
keeping lhe pO!!ilion of the hands as they were in 45.

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Low rrOfl' An&p kick to D
wioh ohe ri&hl fool.

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47. Lower the rigbl fooll(l D 1(1 form a rigb~ walking Sl&nce
toward D while execuling a middle punch to D with tbe
right fist.

Right walltin& Mance mjddJo punc:h


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wilh cho risht r.,.c toward D.

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125
48. Execule a middle punc:h to D with the lefL fist while
maintaining a right walking stance toward D.
Perform 47 and 48 i11 a fad motion.

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with tbe len lbl 1owortl D.

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Previous Pos•ure

Keep lhe lefl heel •ligblly


ofT lhe ground.

Side View

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49. Execute a rising block wilh an X-knife-band while
maiulainin& a rigbl walking alaoce toward D.

Ri«h• "'alkint; alance 10ward D with


the X-knife-ha.od risin' blo•;.k.

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Previous Posture

Keep the lef; heel slighdy


off tho g<ound.

Side View

129
50. Move the lcfl foo~ to D, and !hen slide w D, turning
counter -clockwise &a form a rigM L-stance roward C
while execuldng a low guarding blook Ml C with a knife -
band.

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Ri'bt L-atanoe knife-hand low


•uardin• bloek 10ward C.

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K..,p the lefl heel &tightly
on· lhe ground.

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51. Jump to C, spinning counter-clockwise to form a right L-
atance towacd D while execu ting a middle guarding block
to D with the fMearm.

Jun1plng 10 C turnins-coun.,r-cl~kw~.

Right L-•r.anco forearm middle


guardin,: blook roword D.

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Pr-eriou.a Pos&ure Appllution

133
52. Execute a low block to D with the right knife-hand and a
middle side front block to D with the left inner forearm
while forming a left walking stance toward D, slipping lbe
left foot..

Len walkin« 11anoo knife-band low blow


and inner forearm middle aide fronl blcx:k
toward D.

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Previous Posture

Applicalion

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53. Execute a high punch to D with 1he right fist while
maintaining a left; walking stance toward D.
Perform 52 and 53 in a continuous mo~ioo.

Left wa.lkin~ alance hi&b punch


wilh lha ri~:hl ml I<>W&rd D.

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Previous PoKturb

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Keep the rigbl heel •lla.blly
urr &be ground.

Side View

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:W. Execute a middle punch 1o D with lhe lefl fist while
forming a right·L-stance loward D, pulling lhe Jell foo~

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Righl L·stanoe m.iddle punch with
the left r,.t ~<>ward D.

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Applieation

Side Vitw

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139
55. Move the right fooL LO D, and tbeo slide to D, turnin~
clockwise LO form a left 1.-•tance toward C while cxecu-
ting a low goarding block to C with a knife-hand.

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Lef1 L-slanoe knife-hand low


guarding block low...-d C.

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Application

Prtwious Posture

Keep the rig.h l heel •ligbdy


off the grou nd.

Side View

141
56. Jump lo C, spinning clockwise to form a left L-stance
toward D while executing a middle guarding block to D
with the forearm.

Jumpin8 lo C lurnin8 clock-wioe.

Left L ·slanoo fO<tarm midclle


guardin& block <oward D.

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57. Execule a low block 1o D wiUJ lhe left knife.hand and a
ntidd le side fron t block to D wilh lbe rigM inner forearm
while forming a r ight walking slanc:e to" ·ard 0 , $lippiog
lhe right foot.

JU&bt walkin£ slanoe knife· h.,MI low


'block and inner (orearm middle aide
&onl block loward D.

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58. E.xecute a high punch to D with the left fist while
maintaining a right walking stance toward D.
Perform 57 and 58 in a continuous motion .

Ri£hl walkin~ olan.., bish punch


with the loft fist toward D.

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Previous Po~ture.

Keep the Ion heel olighllJ


off the ~rouncl.

~cle View

147
59. Execute a middle punch to D wilh the ri,~~;ht fist while
forming a left L-stance toward D, pulling lhe right foot.

ten L·ll&nce middle punch wi1b


lbe right fut IOWard D.

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Previous Posture

Side View

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60. Move the right fool 10 the side rear of the le!\ fool, and
th"n slide to C, forming a lef~ L-stancc toward D at the
same time ex.e cuting a scooping block with the right palm.

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Left L-su.oce cowanf 0 wiLl1 a ri-Ah'


palm oooop;n~ bl..-k.
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Previous Posture

Application

Side View

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61. Shift to D, maintaining a lefl L-$laJ"'e toward D while
executing a middle punch to D wilh the left fist.

LeO. L·slan<e middle puneh with


the IeO fiSl towud D.

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Pre\iou.s Poscure

Rai,., the body slightly.

Side View

Top View

AppUcation

153
62. 1'u rn C clockwise while forming a lef~ bending ready
stance A lowanl C.

Lefl bendin~ ready •lance A ""''ard C.

154
Prel'ious Pos&ure

Side View

155
6.\ . Ex«ole a middle side piercint; kick 10 C wilb lbe righ'
foo,.

Midclle side pltr•i• s kick 10


C whh the ris b• foo l.

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Previous Posture

Slde View

157
M. Lower the right foo~ oo C, forming a rigM walking stance
ooward Cwhile executing a. middle punch toCwitb lhe lef'
fist.

Rl~hl wal~ 11anoo middle puncl>


ri~1 lhe lt!l &1 &oward C.

158
Previous Posturt:

\ Side Viow

169
65. Move the right foot to D. forming a right L -stance toward
C while executing a midd.le guarding block to C with a
knife -h and.

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Right L-alanee knife-band middle
guarding blook toward C.

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66. Move tl1e left foot to the side rear of the right foot, and
then slide to D, forming a right L·stanee toward C while
exeeu~ing a scooping block with the left. palm.

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R~bl L-si&Oce 14"' ""' C wilh


a Id\ palm 1000pin3 Blucll.

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Previous Po.ature

Side View

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Rai.. lhe body slightly

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67. Shifi. 10 C, mainulining a rigb~ (..stance toward C while
""'Culing a middle pun<-h 1.0 (' wilh lhl' riglll fL•I.

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Righ~o L-itanot mtddlt puncl.1 v.id1


the ri!hl. fi.Sl toward C.
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Side View

165
68. Turn counter-clcokwise while forming n o·ight bending
ready stance A toward D.

Ri~hlh<nding ready stance


A toward D.

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Appli ~;aiion

Previous Posture

Side \'iew

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Side View

167
69. Execute a middle side piercing kick 'o D wit~tlbe IeO. foot.

)liddlc side picreing kick to D


with the Ion fool.

168
Applica,ion

Side View

Side View

169
70. Lower lbe left foo~ to D to form a left walking ~tance
loward D at the same time executing a middle punch w D
with the right fist.

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with the right fist toward D.

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Side View

171
71. Move the left foot to C to form a left L-stance toward I)
while executing a middle guarding block to D with a
kJoifc-haod.

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Left. L-sbance kuif(·· hand middle


,;uardiu' block ,.,ward D.

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173
72. Execute a high punch to D with the right fillt while
forming a right walking stance toward D. sUpping the
ri,;M fool.
Perrorm 7 l and 72 in a conliouous motion.

lli~hl walking s toncc high punch


wilh lhc righ> ftf;l tOwArd C.

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Application

Sidt}. View

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END: Bring the right foot back to a ready posture .

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Close ready • lane• A toward 0.

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ADDITIONAL TECHNIQUES
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PATTERN SE-JONG

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Fixed Slance Forearm High Gu,...ding Block
(Gojung So Palmok Nopunde Daebi Makgi)

Fron~ View

Side View

The fiSt reacbe• the eye level of the defender

Diagonal Stance Twin Palm Pressing Block


(Sasun So San.g Sonbadak Noo/lo Jta.kgi)

Front View

Side View

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One-Leg Stance Forearm Outward Block
(Waebal So Palmok Bakuro Makgi)

Front View

Side View

1'he right fi..;;t reaches llu~ eye ltwel and


t-he Ien foreann reaeb(:[S the !'Sllme level as the
waist of the defender.

Walking Stance Palm Obverse Pressing Block


(Gunnu1~ So Sonhadak Baro N oollo Jllakgi)
Side View

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One-Leg Stance Back Fis~ Side Front Strike
(WMbal So Dwng Jmn ok l'obnp 'I'aerigi)
Fron&. View

Side View

.FixedS~nce Side Elbow Thrust


(Coj~tng So Yop Palkttp 'I'ulgi)

Prom View Side View

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L-Stance Knife- Hand High Guarding Block
( N i u11ja So So11lml /l"opm11l• /Jn,bi .11 flk(Ji}
Front \~iew

Side View

Top View

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DIAGRAM (J'on !tfoo Son)

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Ready Poslure (J unhi J ase)

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1. l\love lhe left foot to 8 , forming a left walking stance
loward 8 at the same time executing a low block to B with
lhe left forearm.

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ten walkin& tdaru.:e low block with


the lefl forearm towatd B.

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tY.ont. View

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2. llring the left foot to the righ t foot., a n d then move the right
foot to A to form a left, I,-stance towa·rd A while cxoouling a
twin forearm block t.o A.

Left L·stllnoo twb.1 foreanu


bloc.k to~'ard A.

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Application

Pnwious Posture

Top View

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3. Execute a middle side piercio.r; kick I<> D
with the right foot.

~liddle• ide pieroin& kick 10 [)


wich the right. foot.

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Application

Sid(l View

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4. Lower the right fool toD, nod then move the left foot to Fto
form a left walking stance toward Ji' while executing a
rising block wilh the left forearm.

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te:n wa.lkin5 xl.altc:m toward 'P with


a lel\ forearm ri""'« block.

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Applicalion

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Keep the 'i«ht heel slightly
ofT the &round .

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5. Bring the left. foot w the right foot, and then move the right
foot to E w form a sitting stance toward D while execotitag
a middle side strike to E with the right knife-hand.

Si&ting; itance Coward D with a right


knire-hand ntiddl., aide strik6 i.o R.

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ApplicMion

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K..p the I<R heel alJ&blly


off the «""und.

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6. Bring the right foot 10 the left. foot, forming
a close ready stance B toward D.

Clo-..., ready ..,..."" 8 ioward D.

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Applicalioo

Sido View

Side View

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7. Jump to D tO form a left X-stance tOward DG while
execu~in& a high side strike tO D with the left biiCk fist.
brio&ing the rigM finger beUy to the left side fist..

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Loll X-st&nco toward DG with a len


bacl< r..t hi&h llide strike 10 D.

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Applicalion

Previous Posture

Side View

Sido Viow

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8. MoYe the right fool t.o G, fonning a right walking stance
t.oward G while executing a high punch lo G with the right
fist.

IUgb\. walk.in1 "Laru:e high pundt


wilh lho ri&bt fi•t loward G.

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Application

203
9. Move lhe right fool on line GB to form a left fi.~ed stance
toward H while executing a high guarding block to U with
the forearm.

un find Blanoe fouarm hi~b


gWilding blook 10wanl B.

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Pre.-ious Posture
Pronl View

Keep lhe rir;hl heel alir;blly


ofT lhe pound.

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I 0. Move the right foot to H, forming a right walking stance
toward H while executing a middle thrust to H with the
right straight fingertip.

Rigb' walking "tanto middle thrust wi•h lhc ri~eht


straight Li.ngc_r$ip toward H.

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Front. View

Previou~ Posture

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Application

Top View

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I I . Bring the right foot to the IeO. foot. and lheu move the leR
foot to G to Fonn a left walking stance toward G while
executing a hig h side strike to G wi~h the left back fist

Lon walkin& stance hi~;h side strike


with the ten back fist to\\~ard G.

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Prerio111 Pos1uro


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12. Move the left foot on line GH to form a sitting stanoo toward
C while executing a scooping block with the left palm.

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Application

Rai.., the body •lightly

Other Vi.,w

Side View

P.-eviouM Po"'lttre

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13. Execute a m.i ddle turning kick t.o C wilh the left. fool .

Hiclclle lurnin' kick 10 C wilh lhe


leR foo•.

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Olber View

213
14. Lower &.be left foot to C in a jumping motion, forming a
leR X -scanoe toward CF while exoouc.in& a high block to C
wi&.b lhe left double forearm.

Let\ X-alallce loward CY ...;lb a do11ble


foroonn hish !>lock "' C.

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Applicalion

Olbor View

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15. Hove lbe ript fool to F to form a simn« stance toww C
while e:rlendin« the ri«b& f"osl horizontally to C.
Perform in a slow molioo.

Si~ 11&1100 whb &be •'-hl llll


ox&endod bO<Uonl&Dy cowud C.

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O&her View

Previous Posture

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16. Exoout~ a front strike &o C with the len back fist
while maintaining a sitling s~ce toward C.

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Siu..in~~; Jl1ance front. sa-rlke with


.... krt bxck r... l<lward c.

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Roise lbc body ru~tly

Side View

Previoua Posture

Application

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17. Bring t.he right fooi behind &he lefi fooi, and &hen move t.he lefi fooi
la E, forming a left diar;onal stance taward C while executing a
pressi~ block wi&h a twin palm.

Lefl diagonal sUnce toward C with


a twin palm pressin~ block.

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while formin' a lefl walking stance lowanl CE.

ten walld~ II&D<e 10wanl C:l! • llh a


double A<c-baod middle block 10 C:.

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Previous Posture

Keep bolb heels sli8hlly


ofT lbe ground.

Other View

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19. Pull t.be ld'l reverse fooiSword 10 lbe risbl knee joint 10
form a risht one-Jes stao011 IOward C a& lbe same &ime
exe()uliog a high side block 10 I' wilb lbe rigbl outer
foreal'm and a low side block 10 B wilb lbe left forea..m.

Ricbt oae-q ol&n<io towanl C witb a


ri&hl ou"" (onarm hish llide llloc:lc.
P rcrioU& Posture

Application

Top View

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20. Lower lhe left foot to D, forming a tight walking stance
toward C while executing a pressing block with the right
palm.
Perform in a slow motion.

Jti~ht walking !<huu;e toward C with


a right palm pressing block.

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Application

Side Viow
Keep the Jerl he•l •lighUy
ofT ihc grou.nd.

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21. Pulllhe left instep to the foUow of the right leg to form a
right one-leg stance toward C while striking ~he left palm
with the right b~k forearm.

Right one.Jes stance bigh side front strike


with the ri,ht back rlSt toward c.

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Application

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22. Lower the left foot to C, turning clockwise to form a right
fixed stanoe toward D while thrusting to C with the left
side elbow.

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Right fixed BIGOCC !<>ward D with


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• Jet\ elbow tbrutt 1<> C.

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Top View

Side View

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23. Move the right foot to A, forming a lef\ L-stance toward A
while executing a hig h gu&Tding block to A wilh a knife-
band.

L<Ji L-•u.nee knif<-bud biJb


~uatdin& biO<k 10won! A.

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AppliCAtion

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:!4. tl1e right root w the Ier~ roo~, and then move the let\
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root. w B w torm a r ight L-stanoo toward B whilo
c~ccuting a middle punch 1o B with the right fist.

Right L-stanco middle puncl> wilb


lbe ri~hl fi.. 1<>watd B.

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Application

Previous Posture

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El\1): Bring cbc lefl fool back to a rf'ady poslure.

Clo:oe read)' stonoo 8 ""''"'d D.

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Top View

Sid•. View

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PATTERN TONG-Il

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Walking Stance Twin Fis1 llliddle Punch
( f,'u nnun Sn Srmy .Joonwl· Hmnule J iragi)

Sid .. Vi··~

Rear Foot t;uocc t'orcann ~l idd le In ward Hlock


((),.it/m/ S o f'rt/mok 1\ IIWIIIt A 11 ttrll .l/11kgi)

Side View

Frunt \"icw

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Walking Stance Palm Low IJ>ward Block
((:"''""" So. onbadak .Vajmult Amtro .1/akgi)

Side View

nlr palm ttllCbe5 tht same lend as


the lower abdomen of tile defender.
Fro n~ \'i ~ ~

I.-Stance Back Hand High Outward Strike


(.V iunjfl Sn So11d1tn{f Nopuml• Bft~·uro 1'aeriyi)

Front View

Side View

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L-Stance Twin Palm Horizontal Block
(Nimtjo Su Sa:ng S onbadnk Soopyong Makgi)

Side View

The palms rea<>h the same level


at the chest or the defender. Front View

Outward Vertical Kick ( Bakuro Sewo C?wgi)

Side View

The t'oot. reaches tho $hou.ldcr


Front. View level of the att.:l.C.ker.

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Walking Stance Reverse Knife- Hand High Obverse Side Block
(Owmun 8o Sonlwbhtn(J Nopunrle 8rtro Yop !l1akgi)

Front. Vi~w

Sid...- View

Walking Stance Reverse Knife-Hand 1\liddle Reverse Side Block


(Gunmm So Sonkaldung Kmmde Bandac Yop Afakyi)

Fron~ view

Side View

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Downward Kick ( Ncreryo CJtagi)

Side View

Frm:H View

L-Slance BMk' Fist Downward Strike (Ni1mja. .'In l!img Joomnk Na~tr'!fU 'l'uerig'i)

Sid~ View

Keep lbc elbow slightly benl.

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Inward Vertical Kick ( Annro 8ewo l'hn.gi)

Side View

Fronl \'i~ "'

Rear Foot Stant-e Bow Wrist Upward Block


( Dwitbal So Somnokdung Ollyfl J!fnkgi)

fi"ronl. View

Side \'je"'

'l'ht blocking tool ~a.che.s tbe sarne


le,·el of Ihe defender's solar ple1<us.

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Walking Stance Angle Fingerrip High 'rhrusl
({';umum So Homi 8o11hll NO]Iu»d•• 1'11/gi)

Side Vit·w

L-Stance Rc\·erse Knife-Baud Low Guarding Block


(.\'iu11ja So Sonk(l/du>~g ;\'ajlmdt /)aebi .1/ukgi )

Tho bloekin~ 1001 reaohes 1be


Front View targe& in a tireular mot.ioo .

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iuing S1ancc Outer Forearm Sliding \V-Shape Block
(A mum No Hfllwl Palmol: .llihdmgo Son .1/crl-gi)

Sidt- Viev.' Fron~ View

Walking Stance Under Fisl ••ronl Strike


(Grmnnun So Mit Joomuk Ap Tacrigi)

Side View

.t'ront View

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Walking Stance Knife-Band Circular Block
( (hm11 u>l • o Sonlwl Dollimyo .11okgi )

Front \'iew

Side View

Close Stance Twin Side Back Elbow Thrust


( .1/uu • 'u Sauy l'OJxlrci l'fllt:rr1• 'l'rrlyi)

Pro nl. \'iaw

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Walking Stance Palm Middle l>ushing Block
(G"'""m 8u .'luul11ulllk Kmmde Miro Makgi)

Side View

Fnml VW••

Sitting Stance liide Punch ( An n1111 So Yop .Jirnyi)

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DIAGRA..)l ( Yon Moo San)

A B

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Rudy Poslure ( J ttnbi Ja¥e)

Parolltl stonee toward 0

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I . Mo,·e the right foo~ to C to form a Id~ walking suuu.:e
toward D while executing a middl~ ponrh with a twin fist
to 0.
Perfomt in a slow motion.

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"'ith a iwin fU<t toward U.

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Applieation

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Side View

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2. ~J o,·ethe lefl foot to C to form a right walking s~ance
toward D while executing a horizontal strike with a twin
knife· hand.
Perform in a slow motion.


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Ri,Rhl wtlkin~ stance lO\n.rd D whh a
•~'i nknire.hand horizontal strike.

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Pre,·ious P~turu

Application

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3. i\love the left foot io D, Conning a right rear foot stance
toward D while executing a mjddle inward block to D with
the left. ou ter forearm.

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RiAbl rear Coo' s1.ance midd.le inward blot·k


witb n left out~r forearm tow&.rd D.

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4. Execut~ a low inward block to D with the right palm while
forming n left walking stance toward D, slipping the right
foot, and bringing the lefl side fist in front of ~he right
shoulder.

Left walkin~t 5tance Jow inward block


with the right palm towa,rd D.

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Pre\ ioo.J Posture
Application

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5. Move the right foot to D, forming a lcf~ L-stance toward D
while execnting a middle punch lO D wit·h ~be right fist.

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LeO L·slancc middle punoh wiOl


the right· fist toward 0 .

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G. Execute a middle punch f{} D with 1he left fist while
maintaining a left L-~tance lowa rd D. Perfom1 5 a nd 6 in
a fast molion.

Left L-stanoc middle punch with


the lei\ n•• !<)ward n.

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Rai"' the body sli~htly

Side \'iew

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7. Move the leftfootto O in a stamping motion to form a right
L-stance toward D wh.ilc executing a high strike to D wiih
l he left back hand.

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Right t.-sro.ncc hi,lh 8tri.ke with
lhe lefl back tmnd tow~Jrd 0 .

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Previous PoPu:re

Application

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8. ExccuiC an inward vcrliC41 kick to the left
palm with the right reverse fnnL"<wnrd.

Inward ,.~rtical kirk to f) with


lbe ti&ht r(Wtr~a (OO\.Sword,

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Application

Pre,· i o~as Posture

Side View

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9. Lower the rigbl foot to Din a stamping motion, forming a
let\ L·slanoo toward D while executing a bigb slrike lO D
witb the rigb~ back hand.

t.n L·•&au.., bi~;h


olriko wilh
""' ri&ht back hand 10ward D.

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Previous Posture

Top View

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Top View

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10. Execute an inward vertical kick to lhe right
palm with the left, reverse footsword.

Inward vertic,_l kick eo 0 wilh


Llu,, lef\ rever~ (oo!Jcwurd.

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11. Lower lbe left foot w D, and lhen execute a horizontal
block wilb a &win palm while formin~: a ri~thl L-stance
t.oward D, slipping the left foo~.
Perform in a slow motion .

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!Win palm horW>n10l bloc.1<.

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Appl.icacion

Top View

Side View

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12. !\love the right foot to D, forming a right walking stance
toward D while executing a high side block to D wilh the
right reverse knife-hand.
Perform in a slow motion.

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Ri&hl walking stance hi&b aide block wi.lh


lbo ri&hl reveroe lmifo·hood toward D.

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Prerious Pm:I.Ute

Application

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13. Execule a middle side block to 0 with the lef' reverse
knife-hand while maintaining a rigM wallcing slance
towa.rd D.
Perform in a slow motion.

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Risbi "'alltin& alanc:e midille side block with
the left revorte knife·hand 1oward D.

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Previous Posture

Keep the left heel sl¥;htly


off the ground.

Side View

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J<l. Exeeut.e a middle punch to D with the ri~hl fist while
mainu.inin~ a righi wallrin~ sU.nce toward D.

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fti&bl walkio& s&aooe middle pun<:h
witb the ri«hl 6s1 toward D.

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Prrviou~ Po:ol'turl'

' Keep the left heel slight!)'


oll' \be ground.

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15. Execute a middle punch io D with lhe left list while
main~ining a right walking stance toward D.
Perform 14 and 15 in a fast motion.

Right walkin~ ttLallc.:e middle JllmC.h


wilh the le!\ r."Inward D.

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Previous Pos'urc

Keep lhe lea be<>l sligblly


ofT the 1round.

Side View

Application


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16. Execute a downward kick to AC with the rigM foot, keeping
the position of the hands as they were in 15.

Downward kit:k lA) AC wiOJ the right foot.

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Application

Previous Posture

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17. Lower the righ t foot to C in a stampin g motion, forming a
leftL-st.ance towiU'd C while executing a downward strike
to C with the r igh t back fist.

Len l.·l'lf.a ru:e downward strike with


the r i~hl back fist toword C.

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ApJllicauion

Previous Posture

- Other View

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18. Exeeule an outward vertical kick 10 BCwilh the lefl. foot,
keepin~ lhe position of lhe hands as lbcy were in 17.

Oulwar4 <ertic&l kick 10 BC wilh lhe lofl fool.

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.Application

Pre\ious Posr.ure

Side View

,.,_l Other View

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19. Lower the Jen foot to C in a stamping motion to form a
r ight L -stauce toward C while executing a downward
strike to C with the left back fist.

Rip;ht L-suant'C downwurd s~rik e with


Ihe lert lntt." fi.:ot. tn"-'Drd C\

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Ptel"ious Pth&un

Sidr \'i.-:w

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20. Execute e. high punch to D with the left fist while forming
a right walking st.ance toward D, pivoting with the left.
foot..

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Ri&hl walkin& el&nc:e hi&b punch


wilh lbo lefllls< toward D.

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Side Vjow

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!J. Execule a high punch to 0 will! the righ' 6!1 while
maintaining a righ' walkin~t 1tance toward D.
PerfO<"m !0 and 21 in a f&3i motion.

Ri&ht walltin& s1anc:e hi&h punm


wilh Lhe •i~ht f11t toward D.

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K..p ~ lef't. h..l olighlly
orr lhe ~round.

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22. 31ove the left foollO D, forming a righl rear foot stance
lOward D while executing an upward block with the left
bow wrist.

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witb a IeO. bow wri~t. upward bloek.

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l.lorerious PoslUI'C

AppUcalion

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23. Move the right foot to D to form a left rear foot stance
toward D while executing an upward block with the
rigM bow wrist.

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Left rear foot sta""" towanl D \l•llh


a righl bo10• wrisl upwanl block.

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24. Move the left foot to C, forming a left walking S'-nce
toward C while executing a pressing block wilh the left.
palm.

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Loft walkin& slanoo lowW'd () with


a I•CI palm J•ressing block.

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PrEnious PosWre

Other View

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25. 1\lovo the righ~ foo~ to C ~ form a right walking stance
~ward C while e~eculing a pressing block with the right
palm.

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Ri&bl watkin& otanoe toward C with
a ri&ht palm preuint block.

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Application

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26. Bring the left foot to the r ight foot to form a close stance
toward C while bringing both back hands in front of &he
lower abdomen in a circular mot ion, hitting the l~ft palm
with the right knife-hand.

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AppUcation

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'1:7. Move the left loot to D, forming a lef' walking stance
loward D while execu&ing a r ising block with the left
knife-hand.

LeA wa.lkinc st.anoe toward D with


a J.,n knire~hand ri:~iug blook.

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Pre..-ious Ponure

Side View

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28. Execute a high punch 10 D with lhe righ& fisl while
maintaining a lef~ walking stance lowanl D.

Loll w&lld03 11&1....., hith punch


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Previous PostUJ"'

J l(..,p lbe riglll heel alighlly


ofT lhe ,o;round .

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29. Slide to D to form a let\ L-stance toward D while
executing &n upset punch to D with the lefl. fast, and
bringing the right side fisl in front of the loft shoulder.

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30. Move the righ~ foot w C, forming & lefl walking stance
wward D while executing a high thrust to D with the
right angle fingertip.

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Left walking stance t.ow•ard D with a
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31. Move the left foot on line CD to form a rir;bt walkinr;
st.aocc toward C while exeeudng a rising block with the
right knife-hand.

Ri3hl "''aiL: in& &IAI10t' to~ud G ,.ilh


a ri~ht knife.hand ri.<ing block.

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l'rerious PoatW'c

A.pplicalion

Side View

i Keep <he lefl be<!l sllghlly


.D off the ground.

Othc.r View

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32. Execute a high punch to C with the left fist while
maintaining a right. walking stance toward C.

Right walking stance high punch


wi'b the left fist loward C.

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Keep &be lefl heel dighdy
ofT &be cround.

Side v;ow
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33. Slide to C, forming a right I.-stance toward C while
cxoouling an upset pun.ch to C wilh the right fis~,
bringing the IeO. side fist in front of the right shoulder.

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Ri&ht L -1tanoc upsc1 punch with
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34. Move lhe left foot to D to form a rigl!t walking stan ce
toward C while exeeuling a high thrust wilh lhe lefl.
angle fmgertip.

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fm~trtip higb thrWit.
r. left angle

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O&ber View

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M. Execote a low guarding block to C ";lh a reverse knife-
hand in a circular motion while forming a left L-stance
toward C, pivoting with lhe left fool.

ten L~JJt&nl>e revera knife.·hand


low su.,.din& block lowanl C.

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PrevioWI Posture

Side \'iew

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36. Ex~eute a low &uarding block 10 D wilh a reverse knife-
band in a circular motion while forming a rigM 1.-slanoe
toward D, pivoling wilh lhe right foot.

Ri,bs. L~stance
renue knife-hand
low ,uanlin' block toward D.

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PrerioiB Pcmuro

Side \' iew

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37. Execute a low blook wim the ri~:hl forearm and a middle
•ide &on&blook wi&h lbe lel\ knife - hand while for~
a left walking st.ance toward D, slipping me ten foot.

Len wa!IUn& •Lance r.......... low blo<k and


knife·htnd middle side fron• block toward D.

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PreviOu.ti! P~:r.ure

Application

Side View

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38. Move &be righ' fool to Din a Slalllpiog mol.ion to form a
rigb& walking Atanee toward D al m e same time
executing a high vertical punch to D wid! a twin fist.

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high vertical punch 10wllrd D.

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Appli<:ation

Side View

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39. Pull the right reverse footsword to the left knee joint.,
for ming a left one-leg stance toward D while striking the
left palm with lhe right back forearm.

Left one-leg stance side front st<iko


whb a right back ful toward D.

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Previous Posture

Top View

Application

Side View

331
40. Execute a middle back piercing kick t.o C with the right.
foot, pulling both hands in the opposite direction.

Middle back piercing kick to C


with the ri~hl foot.

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Side View

Previous Posture

Application

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41. Lower the rigM foo~ t.o C t.o form a sitting stance t.oward
A while executing a W -shape block with the ou~r
forear m.

Sitting at:anoe toward A with outer


rorearm w-•h•p• block.

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Front \'iew

Keep forurmo half facing.

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42. Slide 1o C, maintaining a sitting stance toward A while
executing a W -shape block with ilie outer forearm.

Sitting 1\aoce toward A wilh the


ou~r fnrf>arm \\' ~"hAJ»e block.

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Previous Poshue

Raise the body slightly.

Vron~ View

half facing.

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43. Move the right foot to D in a. sla.mping motion, turning
oounter-olookwise to form a. sitting sta.nce toward B
while executing a. W -shape block with the outer
forearm.

Siuin, stance toward B with tho


ouler foroarm W -shape block.

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Applicalion
Previous Pouure

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Keep lbe foroanus slraighl with
the ouu> forearmo faced B.

Front View

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44. Slide to C, maintaining a silling stance loward 8 while
executing & W -shape block wilh the outer forearm.

Sittin~ sl&oce loward 8 whh lhe


OUI« rorearm W .oiJape bJoek.

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Previous Posture

Raise the body slighlly

Front View

Keep the forearms half facing.


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45. Pull the lcfl reverse footsword to tho right knee joinHo form
a ri~;ht one-leg s"'nce loward Cat the same time ~h-iking the
right palm with the left back forearm.

Kicb• onc·tec stance with a len back


ft~loidofront strike loward C.

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Fron~ View

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46. Execute a middle back piercing kick to D with the left
foot. pulling both hands in the opposite di redion.

)liddle back pierein~ kick eo 0


with th~ left root.

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Side View

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47. Lower t.lle Ien foo~ to C in a jumping motion, forming a
lefi X-s~nce toward C while execu,ing a pressing block
wiht an X-fist.

Left X ·$t.a.neo toward C with


an X -681 pret;l;in~ block.

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Applica tion

Side View

CXber View

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48. Move the r ight foot to D, forming a left walking stance
toward C while executing a front strike wi~h the lefl under
fist.

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ten walkin~ nance coward C with


a te.n. undtr ru:l front. nriJ.:e.

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Application

Previous Posture

Side View

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49. !\l ove the rigM foot lo C to form a rigM walking 3tance
toward C while executing a front strike with the rigbl
under fist.

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Right Wlllkin~ sl.anoo toward r with
a right under n.st front. ~u:r lke .

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Previous Post-ure

Other View

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50. Execute a middle pushing block to C with the lef' palm
while maintaining a right walking stance toward C.

Ri, ht walking ~a.nce middle pus.hin,:


block with the left polm tow•rd (;.

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Application

Previou~ Posture

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K•ep the Jen heel slightly Sice View
ofT the ground.

Side View

353
51. Execute a circular block to AD with the rigb' knife-hand
while forming a Jen walking stance toward AD.

Left waUdog s lanoe dreular block with the right


knife-band toward AD.

354
Side View

Previou.a Posture

Applicalion

Keep both heels •lightly


ofT the ground.

~ide View

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52. !\love lhe lef~ foot ~ C to form a left walking stance
~ward C while executing a middle pushing block~ C wilh
lhe right palm.

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Rigbt walking stance middle pushing


b1ook with ~he righr. palru toward C.

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Previous Posture

Olber View

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53. Execute a circular block 1o BD wilb tbc left knife-band
while forming a righ~ walking stance tOward BD.

Ri&ht wolki"' •lance circular blook


with the ton knifc ·bond toward BD.

358
Previous Posture

Keep both beds sli«htly


off the ground.

359
$4. Execute a middle ~idc piercing kick to D with the rigb~
foot. forming a forearm guard in~ block, and then lower il
~ the ldt foot. ~ form a close slllnoe rowan! D whi le
executing a twin side back elbow thrust.

Previous Pos&u.re

Middle .wde pittdn' kick er- at.anee t<>Word o .. ilh •


&o D with Lbe ri~hl foot. &v. iu ~e • ack elbow chrusl.

360
Side Vjew

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55. Move the left foot t.o D, forming a sitting stance toward A
while executing a middle side punch t.o D with the left fist

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Sitt-ing &-:t:mce toward A wi&h a len
fill& middle s ide punch to D.

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Application

Back View

Front View

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56. Exeeut.e a ruiddle punch to D with the right fist while
forming a left walking stance toward D, pivoting wi&h the
left foot.

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J.et"L walkins ll.l.anoe middle puneb


wilh the rigM fial IOWAI'd D.

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- Side VIew

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END: Bring the right foo' b&ck to a re&dy posture.

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Parallel ~Lana$ Luward D.

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Pt-cwious Posture

Top View

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Side View

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SYNOPSIS

The Encyclopedia of Taekwon - Do consists of 15 volumes. The contents


of each volume is listed below:

VOLUME 1: 1) Origin and Development of Martial Arts


2) History of Taekwon - Do
3) Moral Culture
4) Ph ilosophy
5) Training Schedule
6) Cycle and Composition of Taekwon-Do
7) Demonstrat ion
A) Mod el Sparring
B) Pre -arranged Free Sparring
C) Sample of Self- defence Techniques
8) About the A uthor
9) Group photos
VOLUME 11: 1 ) Theory of Power
2) Attacking and Blocking Tools
3) Vital Sports
4) Training
A) Training Hall
B) Conduct in Do Jang
C) Train ing Equipment
D) Practice Suits
5) Stances
6) Training Aids
VOLUME Ill: Hand Techniques
VOLUME IV: Foot Techniques
VOLUME V: Sparri ng
VOLUME VI : Fundamental Exercises (A)
VOLUME V II: Fundamental Exerc ises (B )

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VO LUME VIII: 1) Four-Direction Punch
2) Four-Direction Block
3) Pattern Chon -J i
4) Pattern Dan-Gun
5) Pattern Do -San
VOLUME IX: 1) Pattern Won - Hyo
2) Pattern Yui-Guk
3) Pattern Joong-Gun
VOLUME X: 1) Pattern Toi-Gae
2) Four- Direction Thrust
3) Pattern Hwa-Rang
4) Pattern Choong-Moo
VOLUME XI: 1) Pattern Gwang-Gae
2) Pattern Po -Eun
3) Pattern Ge- Baek
VOLUME XII: 1) Pattern Eui-Am
2) Pattern Choong-J ang
3) Pattern J uche
VOLUME XIII: 1) Pattern Sam-11
2) Pattern Yoo-Sin
3) Pattern Choi- Yong
VOLUME XIV: 1) Pattern Yon -Gae
2) Pattern UI-J i
3) Pattern Moon-Moo
VOLUME XV: 1) Pattern So-San
2) Pattern Se-J ong
3) Pattern Tong - 11
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