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ITF Taekwon-do

Tae Kwon Do = jump, kick or breaking with leg = fist, hit or breaking with hand = skill, way or principal

Taekwon-do = The way of leg and hand Taekwon-do was founded in Korea in 1955 by Grandmaster General Choi Hong Hi, 9 Dan. In Finland Taekwon-do appeared first time in 1979, with WTF style. ITF came in 1985. Finland's head instructor is sabunim Marko Lieke, 5 Dan (Tampere). Taekwon-do student oath: 1. I shall observe the tenets of Taekwon-do. 2. I shall respect the instructor and seniors. 3. I shall never misuse Taekwon-do. 4. I shall be a champion of freedom and justice. 5. I shall build a more peaceful world. Tenets of Taekwon-do Courtesy (Ye Ui) Integrity (Yom Chi) Perseverance (In Nae) Self-Control (Guk Gi) Indomitable Spirit (Baekjul Boolgool) Belts and meanings of colors There is six belt colors: white, yellow, green, blue, red and black. White is given to beginners and black to advanced students, who have progressed through the grades and have a solid foundation for learning the techniques of Taekwon-do. The definitions of the belt colors are as follows: White
10 9 Kup

Yellow
8 7 Kup

Green
6 - 5 Kup

Signifies innocence, as that of beginning student who has no previous knowledge of Taekwon-do. Signifies the Earth from which a plant sprouts and takes roots as the Taekwon-do foundation is being laid. Signifies the plants growth as the Taekwon-do skill begins to develop. Signifies the Heaven, towards which the plant matures into a towering tree as training in Taekwon-do progresses. Signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control and warning the opponent to stay away. Opposite of white. Signifying the maturity and proficiency in Taekwon-do. Also indicates the wearers imperviousness to darkness and fear. 9 Dan 8 - 7 Dan 6 - 4 Dan 3 - 1 Dan Sahyunnim = Grandmaster Sasonimge = Master Sabunim = Instructor Boo Sabunim = Assistant instructor

Blue
4 3 Kup

Red
2 1 Kup

Black
9 1 Dan

Basic stances: Narani Sogi Parallel stance. Spread feet parallel to shoulder width, keep toes pointing straight forward and balance body weight evenly on both legs. Maintain good posture. Charyot Sogi Attention stance. Heals together, feet form a 45 angle. Keep hands naturally down, bending elbows slightly front and outward. The fists are clenched slightly. Annun Sogi Sitting stance. Spread feet one and a half shoulder width. Keep toes pointing straightforward. Extend the knees outward bending until the kneecaps come over the ball of the foot. Balance body weight evenly on both legs. Maintain good posture. Gunnun Sogi Walking stance. Length one and a half shoulder from front leg toes to back leg toes. Width one shoulder between the big toes. Balance evenly on both legs. Bend the front leg until kneecap forms vertical line with heal, while extending back leg fully. Keep front leg toes straightforward, turn back leg toes 25 outward. Niunja Sogi L-stance. Length one and a half shoulder from the back leg foot sword to front leg toes. Width is only one inch between legs. Bend the front leg until kneecap forms vertical line with heal, bend back leg until kneecap forms vertical line with toes. Turn both feet 15 inward. Distribute body weight so that 70% is at the front leg, 30% at the back leg. Body sections: Nopunde Kaunde Najunde

high section, above collarbone middle section, between collarbone and navel low section, beneath navel

Sam bo matsogi: (three-step sparring) Narani junbi sogi 1. Gunnun so palmok najunde makgi (backward + Ya!) 2. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 3. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 4. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 5. Narani junbi sogi (backward) 6. Gunnun so kaunde bakat palmok makgi (backward) 7. Gunnun so kaunde bakat palmok makgi (backward) 8. Gunnun so kaunde bakat palmok makgi (backward) 9. Gunnun so kaunde bandae jirugi (same stance) Narani junbi sogi (forward) Saju Magki, Jirugi and Chagi hana: (four direction block, punch and kick) Saju magki hana (four direction block 1) Gunnun so sonkal najunde magki Gunnun so kaunde an palmok magki Saju jirugi hana (four direction punch 1) Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi Gunnun so palmok najunde makgi Saju chagi hana (four direction kick 1) Gunnun junbi sogi Apcha olligi

Vocabulary Do Jang training hall Do Bok practice suit Ti belt Charyot attention Kyong Ye bow Junbi prepare Si Jak begin Ke Sok continue Guman stop Swiyo free, rest Hae san ending of training Tyro tora turn around Ap Yop Yopap Dwit Yopdwit Dwiro Olligi Chukyo Jirugi Makgi Chagi Tulgi Taerigi Milgi An Anuro Bakat Bakuro Baro Bandae Kup Dan Jeja Orun Wen Kyong Gi Matsogi Tul Hosinsul Simsa Sibum front side side side half side back half back backward upward diagonally up punch, piercing kick block kick stick strike push inner side inside outer side outside front side reverse side student grade instructor degree student right left competition match pattern self defense test demonstration thank you

Sam bo matsogi I bo matsog Il bo matsogi Chaju matsogi Noollo Miro Dollimyo Sang Doo Daebi Hechyo Golcho Butjaba Moriapki Sun Sewo Opun Dung Twimyo Momchau Migulgi Palmok Palkup Son Sonkal Sonbadak Sonkut Joomuk Apjoomuk Moorup Bal Balkal Balkut Apkumchi Dwitchook Kyong gol Mori Euhke Hana Dool Set Net Dasot Yosot Ilgop Yodul Ahop Jol

3 step sparring 2 step sparring 1 step sparring free sparring pressing, pushing measuring circle, round twin, double twin, double parallel separate grab/grip/hold grab shoulder grab head vertical vertical horizontal other side jump checking slide forearm elbow hand knife-hand palm finger tip fist fore fist knee leg foot sword toes foot ball back heal shin head shoulder 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Komap sun mida

CHON-JI
Chon-Ji means Heaven and Earth. It is, in the Orient interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history. It is initial pattern played by beginner. Chon-Ji consists of two similar parts, one to represent Heaven and the other the Earth. It has 19 movements. Narani junbi sogi 1. Gunnun so palmok najunde makgi (turn 90 left) 2. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 3. Gunnun so palmok najunde makgi (turn 180 right) 4. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 5. Gunnun so palmok najunde makgi (turn 90 left) 6. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 7. Gunnun so palmok najunde makgi (turn 180 right) 8. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 9. Niunja so kaunde an palmok makgi (turn 90 left) 10. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 11. Niunja so kaunde an palmok makgi (turn 180 right) 12. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 13. Niunja so kaunde an palmok makgi (turn 90 left) 14. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 15. Niunja so kaunde an palmok makgi (turn 180 right) 16. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 17. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (forward) 18. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (backward) 19. Gunnun so kaunde baro jirugi (backward) CHON-JI!!! Narani junbi sogi There are 24 patterns in ITF Taekwon-do. Mans life (perhaps 100 years) can be considered as a day when compared with eternity. Therefore we mortals are no more than simple travelers who pass by the eternal years of an aeon in a day. 24 patterns contain 978 moves and represent 24 hours, one day.