Syllabus

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Blue Tag, 5th Kup

Blue Tag Badge Awards

All of the following 10 badges must be achieved before students can attend aformal Grading Examination to Blue Tag (5th Kup). After achieving Blue Tag, students must attend a minimum of twelve sessions (and a minimum of three months of training) before attending an assessment. Thereafter, if need be, students are recommended to attend a minimum of nine sessions before taking the next assessment.

Fitness Badge

  1. Bicycle motion, Flying Turning Kick using ball of the foot (front sole) x 3 each leg against pad (eye level)
  2. Slow motion Reverse turning kick to pad with guard up, using back heel and hold for 5 secs, each leg
  3. 35 Push-Ups
  4. Break junior power board using turning kick, each leg using ball of the foot (front sole)

Sparring Badge

  1. Double Turning Kick against pad (middle then high), 2 Jumping Punches against pad. Both legs
  2. Jumping Back Kick, 2 Punches. Both sides
  3. Semi-Sparring (one attack each)
  4. Free Sparring

Fundamentals 1 Badge

  1. L-Stance, Forearm Guarding Block to Palm Pressing Block in Low Stance x 4 Forwards
  2. L-Stance, Palm Upward Block x 4 Backwards

Fundamentals 2 Badge

  1. L-Stance, Front Leg Side Kick, Rear Leg – Back Kick x 4 Forwards
  2. L-Stance, Front Leg Turning Kick, Rear Leg – Reverse Turning Kick x 4 Forwards

Patterns Badge

  1. Pattern Do-San
  2. Pattern Won Hyo

Yul-Gok Pt. 1

The first 21 movements must be performed (up to Walking Stance Middle Punch)

Yul-Gok Pt. 2 (All 38 movements)

Students are only tested on this exercise ifYul-Gok Pt. 1 Badge has been achieved
All 38 movements must be performed at a reasonable standard

2-Step Sparring Badge

Students perform the following five sequences in both roles as attacker and defender:

  1. Attacker: Walking Stance, Low Front Snap Kick; Defender: Walking Stance, X-Fist Pressing Block
    Attacker: Walking Stance, Twin Fist Punch; Defender: Walking Stance, Wedging Block, Knee Upward Kick
  2. Attacker: Walking Stance, Low Front Snap Kick; Defender: Walking Stance, Low Block
    Attacker: Walking Stance, Back Fist Strike; Defender: Walking Stance, Double Forearm Block, L-Stance, Punch
  3. Attacker: Walking Stance, Side Fist Downward Strike; Defender: Walking Stance, Rising Block Attacker: L-Stance Stance, Low Turning Kick; Defender: L-Stance, Waist Block, Knifehand Strike
  4. Attacker: High Turning Kick; Defender: L-Stance, Outer Forearm High Block
    Attacker: Fixed Stance, Middle Punch; Defender: L-Stance, Middle Inward Block, Knee Turning Kick
  5. Attacker: Low Side Kick; Defender: L-Stance, Outer Forearm Downward Block
    Attacker: Walking Stance, Middle Punch; Defender: Walking Stance, Palm Hooking Block, Middle Punch

Self-Defence

Single Lapel Hold:
Use 9-Shape Release and counter Counter to Forearm and side of neck

Theory – Part One Badge

Random questions from below in any order and observations made in class:

Question Answer
Whom is Yul-Gok named after? : Yul-Gok is the Pseudonym of a great philosopher and scholar Yi I (1536-1584), nicknamed the ‘Confucious of Korea’. The 38 movements of this pattern refer tohis birthplace on 38 degrees latitude and the diagram (±) represents ‘scholar’.
How many movements are there in Yul-Gok and what do they represent? : 38. The 38 movements of this pattern refer to his birthplace on 38 degrees latitude.
What is the diagram of Yul-Gok and what does it represent? : ‘±’ (a plus sign underlined). The diagram represents scholar.
What is a Front Block? : A Front Block (Ap Makgi) is a block to the centreline of the body with the body full facing. (The same applies to punches, strikes and thrusts).
What is a Side Block? : A Side Block (Yop Makgi) is a block with the body half facing or side facing the target. (The same applies to strikes).
What is a Side Punch? : A Side Punch (Yop Jirugi) is a punch with the body side facing the target. (The same applies to thrusts).
What is the Korean for: :
Reverse Turning Kick? : Bandae Dollyo Chagi
Back Heel : Dwit Chook
Backfist Side Strike? : Dung Joomuk Yop Taerigi
Double Forearm Block? : Doo Palmok Makgi

Theory – Part Two Badge

Students are only tested on this exercise if the Theory Badge Pt. 1 has been achieved.Random questions from below in any order and observations made in class:

Question Answer
What is the first movement in Yul-Gok? : A measure for the next movement, a middle punch.
What movements are fast motion in the pattern Yul-Gok? : The two punches following each snap kick.
What is connecting motion? : Where one technique or more follow each other in one drawn out breathe.
What movements are connecting in the pattern Yul-Gok? Demonstrate : Walking Stance, Reverse Palm Hooking Block, Middle Punch
What is the Korean for: :
Self-defence Techniques : Hosin Sul
Twin Knifehand Block : Sang Joomuk Makgi
X-Stance : Kyocha Sogi
Front Elbow Strike : Ap Palkup Taerigi
Low Stance : Nachuo Sogi
Palm Pressing Block : Sonbadak Noollo Makgi
Palm Upward Block : Sonbadak Ollyo Makgi
Connecting Motion : Yon Gyol Tongjak

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