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Ready Stance

Closed ready stance type B



37 Movements



Underlined Plus sign



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 birthplace on the 37th latitude. The diagram for this pattern represents "Scholar".


Theory of Power

1. Reaction Force
2. Concentration
3. Equilibrium
4. Breath Control
5. Speed
6. Mass


The Nine (9) Points to be Observed While Performing Patterns

1. Accuracy: a pattern should begin and end on the same spot
2. Correct posture and facing should be maintained at all times
3. The muscles of the body should be tensed and relaxed at the proper moment
4. A pattern should be performed in rhythmic movements with an absence of stiffness
5. Moves should be accelerated or decelerated according to the instructions in the encyclopedia
6. Each pattern should be perfected before going to the next
7. Students should know the purpose of each movement
8. Students should perform each move with realism
9. Attack and defense techniques should be equally distributed among left and right hands and feet


New Techniques

1. Walking stance upset fingertip low thrust
2. Closed stance back fist side strike
3. Walking stance X-Fist pressing back
4. Sitting stance outer forearm W-shaped block
5. L-stance double forearm low pushing block
6. Knee upward kick
7. Walking stance obverse flat fingertip high thrust
8. L-stance back fist high strike
9. X-stance X-fist pressing block
10. L-stance low guarding block


Blue Belt
(3rd Gup to 2nd Gup)

Signifies the heaven towards which the plant matures into a towering tree as training in Taekwon Do progresses.



Double kicking from L-Stance



Flying and jump kicks on request


Ilbo (5 sets)

Attacker - hand attacks - open ready stance
or foot attacks L-stance guarding block
Defender - open ready stance
NOTE: Defender finishes in L-stance guarding block.


Sambo (4 sets)

Foot attacks/foot blocks 3-step (2 way)
Attacker - L-stance guarding block
Defender - ready stance (using defensive kicks) 2 or 3 counters/finish in L-stance guarding block.